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    Luxury Chalets in Chamonix

    Our luxury ski chalets and apartments are attractively located in the most exclusive skiing holiday destinations in the world. Chamonix is a thriving town recognised for its world-class ski resort and climbing destination. The natural splendour of this valley is the major attraction for individuals who enjoy the outdoors. Chamonix is an excellent alpine location with spectacular ski slopes and an international cosmopolitan town core complete with culinary restaurants and stylish pubs.

    Chamonix is a lively town comprised of a number of satellite communities. Luxury chalet rentals in Chamonix are in high demand and are available in the resort town and the neighbouring villages.

    Les Bossons, located within a five-minute drive from Chamonix’s town, is a popular family destination due to its closeness to the Les Houches ski school. Chamonix chalet rentals in Les Bossons provide a peaceful retreat with wonderful spa amenities such as hot tubs and outdoor swimming pools.

    Luxury Chamonix chalets in the secluded hamlet of Argentière give the ideal basis for an exquisite ski break, with both catered and self-catering options available. Chamonix catered chalets sometimes include a driving service, making getting to and from the slopes as simple as it gets.

    Several freshly rebuilt ski-in/ski-out chalets are excellent for avid skiers who want to spend as much time on the slopes as possible. Our collection also includes numerous chalets that are ideal for large parties wishing to spend a luxurious ski vacation in Chamonix.

    Luxury ski holiday in Chamonix

    Chamonix, located high in the French Alps and overshadowed by the beautiful Mont Blanc, has long been a famous winter tourist destination, hosting the inaugural Winter Olympics in 1924. Previously, Chamonix was a prominent mountaineering base, and this heritage continues to this day. Ski holiday in Chamonix provide breathtaking landscape, including vistas of Mont Blanc and snow-capped summits.

    Chamonix boasts a charming car-free town with cobblestone streets and stunning historic houses. Chalets in Chamonix are scattered around the area and are typically located within a short walk or drive of the slopes.

    There are numerous of shops selling everything from local food and souvenirs to high-tech climbing equipment. There are also several cafes and restaurants for post-ski eating and socialising; however, guests renting a catered chalet in Chamonix may enjoy great meals in the quietness of their own chalet.

    If skiing is not on the plan, families and adrenaline addicts will find plenty of other things to keep them busy. Visit the Grotte de Glace (ice cave) and Glaciarium at Montenvers, or explore the indoor Olympic ice rink. There are also lots of dedicated sledging areas.

    Town center of Chamonix

    Luxury chalets and apartments in Chamonix

    Val d’Isère luxury catered chalets

    With a private chef to prepare delectable meals throughout your stay, it’s no wonder that luxury catered chalets in Chamonix are a popular choice. Wake up to freshly brewed coffee and a cooked or continental breakfast prepared for you. After an exhilarating day on the mountain, return to your Chamonix luxury chalet rental for a great meal. Menus are adapted to your dietary needs and preferences, ranging from gourmet to casual eating.

    Le Chalet Mont Blanc, Chamonix

    Chalet Couttet living room, Chamonix

    Chamonix luxury self-catering chalets & apartments

    If you want to be left to manage yourself during your Chamonix ski vacation, a self-catering apartment or chalet may be more appropriate. Renting a self-catering chalet in Chamonix allows you to take advantage of the local eateries without being limited to a specific mealtime.

    Skiing in Chamonix

    There are 173 km of pistes and enough of off-piste terrain to keep you occupied during your stay. The Mont Blanc road tunnel connects Chamonix with Courmayeur, allowing you to ski in Italy using the Mont Blanc Unlimited pass during your Chamonix ski vacation.

    Skiing in Chamonix is divided into four tiny, widely separated districts with distinct characteristics. This can be difficult for mixed-ability groups, and it may need splitting up or busing between locations. This might be made easier if your Chamonix ski chalet has a driving service.

    The majority of Chamonix’s skiing is above the tree line, with various beginning sections and blue slopes on all four summits. Confident intermediates may discover several hard red pistes, while professionals can tackle numerous challenging black lines and great off-piste close to the pistes and from the tops of Brevent and Grands Montets. The most well-known off-piste run is La Vallee Blanche, a 20-kilometer stunning path from the Aiguille du Midi to a point below Montenvers.

    Chamonix winter activities

    Chamonix is a Mecca for skiing but also offers a large selection of winter activities for families. 

    • Dog sledding
    • Paragliding
    • Ice skating
    • Ice climbing
    • Snowshoeing

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    The resort of Chamonix is located in the department of Haute-Savoie in the Rhone-Alpes area.

    Lodge Destinations collaborates with a variety of taxi companies to provide shared, private, and luxury road transfers from your preferred airport to Chamonix. We can also arrange for you to come by helicopter if you want, as there is a helicopter landing strip in Chamonix center for faster transfer.

    Geneva (GVA)
    1h15 / 100 km

    Lyon (LYS)
    3h00 / 220 km

    Chambery (CMF) / Grenoble (GNB)
    1h20 / 145 km

    You can also take the train that takes you right in the center of Chamonix. The Mont Blanc Express connects all villages from the valley and stops in Chamonix center. You can even go to Switzerland!

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