Close to resort centre & offering quick access to the slopes
- Self Catering
- In the village centre, 1 minute's walk to ski bus stop
- Indoor pool & wellness area with whirlpool, sauna & steam room
- Wi-fi Available
Residence Les Chalets de Layssia is beautifully finished in wood and stone, with quality furnishings and contemporary touches. In the lobby, there’s a lounge area with plush sofas and an open fireplace. The apartments themselves are spacious and modern, with full-equipped kitchens to make self-catering a breeze. They’ve all got separate bedrooms and living rooms, plus a balcony or terrace.
- in the village centre
- 8 minutes' walk to the Grand Massif lift
- less than 1 minute's walk to the ski bus stop
All apartments have a fully-equipped kitchen with four hobs, oven, fridge, dishwasher, Nespresso coffee maker, kettle, mixer, steamer and toaster; bathroom with bath or shower and WC; satellite TV, free WiFi (one device per apartment), hairdryer, telephone and balcony. Towels, linen and end-of-stay cleaning (except kitchen) are included. Beds made up on arrival (except sofa beds but sheets provided).
Type C Apartment - 35-40m² - sleeps 1-4 : Twin bedroom and living room with two single sofa beds.
Type E Apartment - 50-55m² - sleeps 1-6 : Double bedroom, twin bedroom, living room with two single sofa beds and extra shower room. Some apartments are duplex.
Please note: Check-in is at 5pm.
- indoor heated pool and kids' pool
- wellness area with whirlpool, sauna, steam room and fitness room
- extra charge for massages and treatments
- bathrobes (at an additional charge)
- lobby lounge with open fireplace
- billiards table
- free WiFi in reception and apartments (one device per apartment and extra charge for any additional devices)
- games to borrow
- raclette and fondue sets to borrow
- ski lockers with heated boot racks
- laundry service
- 48 apartments
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
With the recent arrival of Club Med Samoëns has been transformed from a charming, if sleepy corner of the Grand Massif ski area to one of the Alps' go to destinations.
Just an hour from Geneva airport, yet this resort gives you access to high-altitude skiing with over 250km of mostly tree-lined pistes. A great variety of slopes mean that all levels are catered for. The village still oozes Alpine charm, with a gondola link whisking you directly to the main ski area that starts from 1600m. Links to Flaine, Morillon and Les Carroz mean there's always somewhere new to explore.
The village even has the honour of being an official historical monument. Away from the slopes, if you're looking for clubs and pubs, this isn't the place. Instead, you'll find plenty of restaurants serving excellent local dishes.
Overall, Samoëns is a good little spot to know about: the skiing is great, challenging and varied. Very unusually for a resort of this size, Geneva's just an hour or so away and facilities for kids are excellent.
Choice of Restaurants
Great for Mixed Abilities
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