Chalet Nunavut

Conveniently located in the center of Val d’Isère village, the top class facilities of one of the world’s premier ski resorts are all easily accessible from Nunavut.

Chalet Nunavut is a complex of seven chalets that sleep groups of six, eight, twelvea and sixteen guests respectively. All have been built and fitted out to a very high standard, in a typically Alpine style, some with amazing views of the Solaise piste.

After a day skiing Espace Killy, retreat to your chalets private balcony hot tub - perfect for relaxing your ski legs, even better with an aperitif in hand. 

There is a large ski & boot locker storage area with under-floor heating and the chalets are jointly served by a lift and large spiral staircase.  Private underground parking is subject to availability and an additional charge.

Enjoy the luxury of your surroundings and high standards of service in these traditional chalets, with excellent food on 6 nights of your stay, prepared by a chalet chef.  Meals are served with an abundance of wine in the dining room each evening and you can relax afterwards with a hot drink in the lounge.  Every day, afternoon tea is served with homemade cakes and biscuits.

  • Hot Tub
  • WiFi
  • Satellite TV
  • Terrace
  • Close to slopes

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Inverted Duplex which sleeps up to 8 guests in:

4 x twin ensuite rooms. Private Hot tub.

- Please note chalet staff live and eat in the chalet with guests

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Val d'Isère

One of the world's favourite ski resorts, Val d'Isère has access to the best all-around ski area in the world, the Espace Killy. With just over 100 lifts compared to the 300 to be found in the Trois Vallées, the Espace Killy is obviously not the largest ski area in the world, but size isn’t everything and this region has as much skiing as one could ever need, not to mention the longest winter in the Alps. (The winter ski season here begins in late November and continues until early May and conditions are seldom disappointing).

The main centre of Val d'Isère has been virtually rebuilt over the past 25 years and many of the buildings are imaginative contemporary interpretations of the traditional stone and Savoyard style wood structures.

Ski holidays to Val d'Isère were revolutionised with the introduction of après-ski in the 80s, when Dick Yates-Smith set up the seminal bar-nightclub known as Dicks Tea-Bar.


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