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Club Med Serre Chevalier

At 1,400 metres (4,600 ft), Serre-Chevalier is home to a Club Med Resort that resembles a little hamlet of some fifteen chalets. Set in a beautiful ski-in ski-out location, this property is perfect for those looking to maximise their time on the slopes. 

With their charming wooden and stone architecture, these beautiful buildings blend in perfectly with their surroundings. Inside, the spacious, warmly decorated lounges and family rooms are the ideal setting for parents and children to share special moments together.

A wide range of activities, from skiing on the slopes of the Grand Serre-Chevalier ski domain, to rest and relaxation in the indoor swimming pool and the Club Med Spa* by Payot.

Bars & Restaurants

Restaurants: Delicious, creative cuisine and impeccable table art. Our chefs pull out all the stops to ensure you have a fabulous and entertaining meal.

  • Le Vauban:  This restaurant welcomes families and friends at all mealtimes. Enjoy the view over the valley from the spacious terrace.

BABY CORNER special service: the baby corner, located in the Resort's main buffet restaurant, serves sweet and savoury baby foods and has all the equipment necessary for preparing babies' meals.

Bars: Available all day and evening (during bar opening hours) in all the bars in the Resort (including the nightclub).

Drinks included(served by the glass and in the bars only): Water, fruit juices, sodas, hot drinks, cocktails with and without alcohol, local and/or international spirits, wines. Sweet and savoury snacks

  • The Izoard: With its warm decor, lounges and terrace with panoramic view over the valley, this bar is the ideal place to relax with a cocktail.
  • Le Lautaret: Dance floor, comfortable British-style lounges and a low-key atmosphere are the hallmarks of this bar, which opens when night falls.

Sports & Activities

The Club Med Serre-Chevalier Resort will fulfil everyone's needs for sport, leisure and relaxation. Children and adults alike can pick and mix activities to create the perfect combination between sports, relaxation, partying, fitness and discovery.

  • Grand Serre-Chevalier ski domain
  • "Special Teenagers Ski Programme" ( You can choose between Moguls, Jumping, Skiing on the edge of the pistes, slalom, skicross, skiing through the forest, in the powder, Initiation and awareness of safety in the mountains)
  • Guided walks with or without snowshoes 
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Lounge and festive evenings
  • And also: Activities in the Resort, Pool, Video games, Wellness Centre, Aquadynamic, Pilates

Wellness Centre

Club Med Spa by Payot the perfect combination of beauty and pleasure.

You'll find:

● 6 individual treatment rooms
● 1 "duo" room for tandem treatments
● A Zen area
● A Zen tea room
● Bathrobe on loan during your treatment

All our treatment programmes are organised around a theme.

Children & Teens

Our Resort welcomes children of all ages with children's club activities according to age, run by professionals. 

● Privileged areas, specially designed for their needs.
● Skiing or snowboarding lessons by professional instructors.
● The chance to take the official skiing or snowboarding diplomas.
● Dedicated areas, specifically designed for their needs
● Equipment designed with a view to comfort and safety
● Opening hours that allow parents to make the most of their day's skiing and evening
● A structure that combines innovation with 40 years of experience, based on the respect of each child's desires and biological clock 
● G.O®s with a passion for their job
● As well as snow sports, numerous other activities for all ages: creative activities and games.

  • Swimming Pool
  • WiFi
  • Sauna
  • Gym
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Ski in / ski out
  • Close to slopes
  • All-inclusive
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  • 15 December 2019
  • 7 Nights
  • Hotel - All-inclusive
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Bedrooms

In Serre-Chevalier, two 5-storey Savoyard chalets (with lift), featuring a harmonious blend of wood and stone. 

The annex is adjacent to the main chalet, connected by a covered passageway.

Club

Serre-Chevalier has a good choice of accommodation, including a well-equipped and pleasant attic Club Room ideal for couples. There is also the option of a Family Room (2 rooms separated by a door), furnished in the local style and warmly decorated. 

Additional options include a room with Valley View, in the main chalet. The most beautiful room in the Resort, spacious, with a balcony offering a magnificent view of the valley.

The facilities

  • European electrical plugs / 220 Volts
  • Hair-dryer
  • Security safe(s)
  • Shower room
  • Telephone
  • Television (s)

Deluxe

At Serre-Chevalier, a spacious Deluxe Room with warm, Savoyard decor and a lounge area.

The facilities

  • European electrical plugs / 220 Volts
  • Flat-screen television(s)
  • Hair-dryer
  • Ironing kit
  • Minibar
  • Security safe(s)
  • Shower room
  • Telephone
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1 Customer review

Reviewed by Gemma Prince

An excellent family holiday at Club Med, Serre Chevalier. Clare Roberts from Ski Soloutions took the time to listen to our requirements, and gave us the perfect solution to a fantastic first family ski holiday. We will certainly be using Ski Solutions again. Thank you!

Resort details

Serre Chevalier

Serre Chevalier: quintessentially French in every way.

Serre Chevalier — or Serre Che, as it’s known to its regulars — is actually a conglomeration of some 13 different settlements in the southern French Alps, more easily reached from the Italian airport of Turin than either French Lyon or Swiss Geneva. 

This is not a smooth, swanky French ski area in the style of Courchevel, for example, but rather a rustic mountain region with an architectural farrago of buildings spread out along a large valley. More than a few people have dubbed it “an Alpine Provence” and as such it gets a remarkably high number of native French visitors.

The main accommodation is located in the Chantemerle area, which is a mixture of characterful old buildings and some less modern ones. However it has the advantage of some of the best lift access to this huge ski domain, with both a gondola and a cable-car to whisk you up into the midst of the area and further lifts to take you even higher.

If you’re looking for major après-ski partying opportunities, then Serre Che is not the place for you, but if you’re happy with some modest but friendly and genuinely welcoming French bars and restaurants then you will not be disappointed. Where you are staying will tend to dictate where you spend your evenings, but a visit to Le Monetier is always vaut le voyage , especially for La Maison Alliey, the Auberge du Choucas and the Chalet Auberge des Amis. In Chantemerle, the Triptyque, with its Mediterranean cuisine, is the hot ticket - or check out the Extreme bar or L'Escapade. Venture into Villeneuve and head for La Baita for late-night entertainment.

Serre Chevalier has some of the best tree-lined slopes in France and is therefore an ideal place to ski or board when weather/visibility conditions are poor. The fact that most of the slopes face more-or-less North is another big selling point. (Do be aware, by the way, that the weather patterns here are quite different from those in the Northern French Alps and, indeed, from relatively nearby stations such as Les Deux Alpes and Alpe d’Huez.) The resort is ideal for intermediates and also appealing to experts, although if you want really steep skiing you’ll have to consider taking a guide and exploring some of the extensive off-piste terrain. Nevertheless there are some reasonably demanding black runs on the Villeneuve and Chantemerle sectors with vertical drops approaching 1,000m.

For lunch on the mountain, try Le Bivouac de la Casse , just above the Casse de Boeuf chairlift for civilised table service or the cheaper option next door - Tatou. Another popular pit-stops is Peyra-Juana, a small mountain hut on the main piste down to Monetier.

There are ski buses operating in the valley but, franchement, if you want to make the most of the region you are better off using your own car.

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