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Val d’Isere’s charming Chalet Des Pistes accommodates 6 people across 3 bedrooms, and sits within a short ski of the Funival lift and the la Daille gondola for hassle-free access up into the valleys above. With these two lifts within such easy reach, guests have no need for the ski bus to access the slopes in the morning.

Inside the property, aged timbers lend the chalet a wonderfully welcoming atmosphere. Bedrooms are modestly-sized but there’s plenty of storage, and the lovely underfloor heating is the perfect antidote to the cold winter nights.

For town access, guests can simply hop onto the resort’s prompt and regular bus service, taking them into town in a matter of minutes.

Price List 2019-20

Chalet des Pistes

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Bedroom 1
Twin (13'6" x 10'6") on second floor, under roof beams, bathroom with wc.

Bedroom 2
Twin (10' x 9') on second floor, under roof beams, bathroom with wc.

Bedroom 3
Double (11' x 9') on first floor, by the living room, bathroom with wc.

Sitting-Dining Room
(17' x 17' including open-plan kitchen) on first floor, with windows on three sides, wraparound balcony on two, TV, DVD, WiFi and big fireplace.

Features Included

Ski In/Out
All Bedrooms En-suite
Satellite / Cable Channels
DVD Player
Fireplace / Wood Burning Stove
Ski &/or Boot Room
Food and Drink
Along with lots of snow, great food is one of the most important aspects of any ski holiday. With catered accommodation, food and drink can be the difference between whether you enjoy your holiday or not, which is why chalet companies make it their biggest priority. If you’re going catered on your next holiday then, here’s what sort of thing you can expect to eat and drink while you’re away.

With catered accommodation, there’s no excuse for not having a proper breakfast before you hit the ski slopes. Fruit juice, porridge, cereal, bacon and eggs, plus fresh baguettes and croissants from the local bakery, are all good ways to start the day. Optional extras are usually available for those who require an even heartier breakfast than that, while a selection of teas and fresh coffee are always on hand to get you ready for your day on the mountain.

Afternoon teatime
When you return from the slopes in the afternoon you can look forward to some bread and jam, a warming cup of hot chocolate and perhaps even a freshly-baked cake.

Dinner is where your catered chalet staff really come into their own. Enjoy canapés followed by a three-course, dinner-party style meal using only the finest cuts of meat and the best in fresh ingredients. The cuisine is usually that of the country you’re in, along with a fusion of other international influences.

Despite having a set menu, if lighter meals or different dishes are requested, your chalet staff will be only too happy to adapt to your needs. If you have different dietary requirements to that on the menu entirely, you can always opt for a ‘different diet’ supplement when booking.
With professional, highly-trained chefs and free unlimited wine, you’ll likely find that evening meals in catered accommodation are generally just as good, if not better, than many of the local restaurants and hotels in your resort.

Other supplements may apply.

Damage deposit required.


Ski In/Out
Satellite / Cable Channels
Fireplace / Wood Burning Stove