We were greeted by the lovely chalet team upon arrival and shown to the dining area where we enjoyed a glass of champagne whilst taking in the beautiful views of the slopes from the chalets panoramic balcony.

Decorated in typical cosy fashion, Chalet Les Pierrys is tastefully furnished to a high spec with a luxurious feel throughout, think tartan blankets, comfy sofas and roaring log fire, the bedrooms are just as inviting, with a mix of doubles and twins, each with its own en suite. Some rooms walk out onto the balcony which stretches around the exterior of the chalet, which makes for a lovely view to wake up to. There’s even a lift from the downstairs boot room that will have you back into the cosy living area in a flash, perfect after an exhausting day on the slopes.

The large oak dining table is the centrepiece of the chalet, where Chef Dan Draper and his team cooked us incredible 3 course meals every night. Evenings began with champagne and canapes around the fire before being treated to the likes of Ox Cheek, Monkfish and Duck, all beautifully presented and equally as delicious. We were suprised by the menu every night which was great, I love having the element of choice taken away from me sometimes when it comes to food and just eating whatever’s put in front of me, and Dan’s offerings definitely didn’t disappoint. The element of suprise added to the whole experience, as did the wine pairing and the final sitting of cheese and port.

Aswell as the delicious evening meals, morning wake up drinks are brought straight to your room before you head down to see the amazing breakfast spread Dan and his team have lovingly prepared each morning, including his own freshly made croissants, (which were the best I’ve ever had) smoothies, juices and eggs and bacon in various forms.

The chalet itself runs like a luxury hotel with daily house-keeping and turndown service, supplied minature toiletries from The White Company and cocktails prepared for you whenever the mood strikes.

If you’re looking to ski in a group, then this is an amazing choice. The chalet sleeps 14, based on 7 people sharing a room, with a minimum of 10 guests. The price is extremely reasonable at around £1k per person per week, which includes your room and all of the added extras as mentioned above. Aswell as travel to and from the slopes and a personal ski boot fitting inside the chalet.

Ski hire and slope passes are extra but apart from that and any apres ski you wish to partake in, the rest is catered for!

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Highlights

  • Sipping champagne in the hot tub with views across the mountains
  • Wake up drinks brought to your room every morning
  • Daily afternoon tea which greets you at around 5pm as you return from the slopes
  • The luxury hotel feel all within a more intimate private setting

Need To Know

  • Free wifi
  • Unlimited alcoholic and soft beverages and snacks
  • Two cooked meals per day (plus afternoon tea)

No. of Rooms & Suites: 7

Rate Per Night: Weekly cost of around £1,000 per person