- Catered Chalet
- Sleeps 9
- Ideal Location
- Ski In/Ski Out
- Free Wi-Fi
Chalet Charlotte may only sleep 9 guests, but with its floor to ceiling windows and large balcony off the attractive lounge and dining area, it is spacious and light, and offers some of the best views over the resort and valley from its position on the top floor of the Ourson building.
LocationIts location is enviable, being ski in/ski out, and as it sits right between chalets, Le Bracconnier and the Ferme d'Elisa.
Kitchen, lounge/dining area with TV and fireplace, balcony
|Suite 1||Sleeps 4||Twin room with balcony (bath and separate wc) and twin room|
|Suite 2||Sleeps 5||Double room (bath and separate wc) separate shower and separate wc, and internal stairs to triple room (3 single beds under eaves)|
Offered on a catered chalet basis, your holiday will include a cooked and continental breakfast, afternoon tea/coffee and cakes, and a 3 course dinner including Prosecco apéritif and a choice of complimentary, quality wines followed by coffee.
About La Rosière 1850
La Rosière skiing
La Rosière is built in traditional chalet style high up on the road from Bourg-St-Maurice to the Petit St Bernard pass to Italy. In winter the road ends at a car park at the top of La Rosière, just below the main lifts. There’s a small main village and an even smaller, newer satellite (Les Eucherts), a short bus ride – or a floodlit forest walk – to the east. La Rosière is lift linked with the Italian resort of La Thuile and has a great snow record. The two resorts, although unlikely stablemates, form a substantial ski area with plenty of long wide runs to please intermediates. La Rosière also provides a useful gateway to some exciting heli-skiing over in Italy, enabling locals and ski holiday makers in France (where heli-skiing is banned) to heli-ski in Italy to their hearts' content (bookable through the Evolution 2 ski school), before returning to France's Tarentaise Valley. The combined area has 33 lifts and 135km of pistes.
The main draw back for those wanting to ski the Italian side is that the lift link is a long pomma lift and not suitable for beginners, young children or snowboarders not proficient in riding long pommas.
La Rosière ski resort
La Rosière, although purpose built, is a gem of quintessential alpine charm. Off Piste activites are limited, although visitors are happy enough whiling away the evenings in the relaxed bars and restaurants (the Petit Danoise is popular and offers Sky tv sports coverage plus internet access) The locals are friendly and the prices are cheaper than most other Tarentaise resorts.