Excellent location & comfortable apartments
- Self Catering
- 1m to slopes
- 350m to shops
- Close to the piste
- Ski In/Ski Out
- Central location
- Wi-fi Available
A large property, the Saskia Falaise apartments are in nine buildings which include the Hotel de la Falaise. Each apartment is functional and comfortable, fully equipped with everything you need to create delicious meals during the week. The apartments offer great views and ski-in/ski-out access to the skiing in the Morzine valley.
The aptly named Saskia Falaise apartments are located at the entrance to Avoriaz 1800, in the heart of the Falaise neighbourhood. With parking on site and ski-in/ski-out access, this apartment complex also benefits from being attached to a ski rental shop on the ground floor.
Standard 1 Bedroom (sleeps 2-5) - One bedroom with double bed, living area with sofa beds, kitchenette, bath and WC. Approx 19-25m2
Standard 1 Bedroom (sleeps 2-7) - One bedroom with double bed, one cabin with bunk beds, living area with two daybeds and pull out bed, kitchenette, bath and WC. Approx 25-40m2
Standard Studio (sleeps 2-4) - Living area two with daybeds, sleeping alcove with bunk beds, kitchenette, bath or shower and WC. Approx 20-24m2
Superior 1 Bedroom (sleeps 2-4) - One bedroom with double bed, living area with sofa beds, kitchenette, bath or shower and WC. Approx 22-27m2
Superior 1 Bedroom (sleeps 2-7) - One bedroom with double bed, living area with two daybeds and pull out bed, sleeping alcove with bunk beds or two daybeds, kitchenette, bath or shower and WC. Approx 30-43m2
- Fully equipped kitchen, including cooking facilities, a microwave, stovetop, coffee machine, dishwasher
- Each has a living room with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels
- Towels and sheets are provided, along with a cleaning kit for the end of stay cleaning (except kitchen area)
- Wifi available in the accommodation
- Beds made on arrival included with Superior and/or Exceptional accommodation
Offered on a self catered basis, guests will be able to collect provisions from the nearby supermarkets or enjoy sampling the regional and internationally inspired cuisine in one of the many local restaurants
About Avoriaz 1800
This also attracts better skiers, as do some great black pistes. The most notable of these is 'The Wall', which plunges you down into Switzerland and should only be tried by those with plenty of tough miles under their belts. But don't despair beginners and intermediates - there are countless motorway pistes across the whole network to get you sorted and smiling.
As a purpose-built resort, Avoriaz was one of the first to work out a largely sensible layout. There are no cars, making for a calm, safe atmosphere. Lifts are very close to the accommodation, which varies greatly depending on the age of the building. Horse-drawn sleighs are popular and very romantic in an evening after dinner. Because of its attractions, Avoriaz often gets crowded and can be expensive. There are about 25 restaurants (some good, but pricey) and reasonable nightlife. The ski school is excellent. Children are well catered for, including a very good kids' village and Geneva is only two hours away.
Overall, Avoriaz is blessed with a number of qualities to establish its excellent reputation in the region. It's good for its snow, its challenging skiing and the fact that you can always ski to your door.