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Chalethotel Sapiniere

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The Sapiniere is in a quiet spot, yet just a short walk from the resort centre and the restaurants and bars are within easy reach. The Savoy nursery slopes are just over the road from the hotel and the ski hire shop is just a short stroll away. The Sapinire is just 2-3 minutes' walk across the meadow from the Savoy children's ski area and one of the nursery slopes. From there the Savoy teleski whisks parents up to the Brevent telecabine and one of Chamonix's best intermediate ski areas.

Our minibus goes to a different lift each day so you can get to know all Chamonix's best ski areas, and the free ski bus stops just a minute's walk from the Sapiniere so that you can return at your leisure at the end of the day.

The Sapiniere also hosts a sauna for guests to use, as well as comfortable lounge, bar and dining area with panoramic views. 

Included in your Chalet Hotel stay:

  • Continental breakfast for 7 mornings with hot options provided on 6 days
  • Afternoon tea including cake & savoury treats with tea/coffee on 6 days
  • Prosecco before dinner on 6 days
  • 3-course evening buffet with unlimited red, white and rosé wine to enjoy during your meal on 6 nights
From price
£399pp
  • Flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
  • 30 March 2019
  • 7 Nights
  • Chalet Board | Sleeps 63
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Offer Available | 2 for 1 Ski or Board Hire When Pre-Booking Lift Passes | Available on Selected Chalets and Chalethotels if Booked Six Weeks Prior to Departure
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2 For 1 Ski Hire When Pre-Booking Lift Passes | Valid For All Winter 18/19 Departures
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2 For 1 Ski Hire When Pre-Booking Lift Passes | Valid For All Winter 18/19 Departures

Bedrooms

Lower Ground Floor

  • Nursery, Snow Club

Ground Floor

  • Main entrance

  • Reception area

  • Lounge/bar

  • Dining room

  • Games Room

First/Second/Third Floors
Please ask at the time of booking for co-located rooms, as there are two separate wings in the building.

  • Rooms 1, 4, 8, 34, 37, 40, 43 - Double bedroom with balcony* (bath/wc) *no balcony on Room 8

  • Suites 2, 5, 9 - Twin bedroom and double bedroom sharing small entrance hallway, balcony (bath/wc)

  • Rooms 25, 26, 28, 29, 31, 32, 35, 36, 38, 39, 42 - Twin bedroom with balcony (bath/wc)

  • Room 27 - Triple bedroom (double bed plus single bed) with balcony (bath/wc)

  • Rooms 24, 30 - Triple bedroom (three single beds) with balcony (bath/wc)

  • Suites 41, 44 - Triple bedroom (single bed in entrance room leading to twin bedroom) with balcony (bath/wc)

Note: All rooms/suites except 8, 37, 40 and 43 will take a cot. 

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Resort details

Chamonix

One of the great ancient alpine capitals with a huge variety of attractions and epic skiing to boot.

Synonymous with epic skiing and mountaineering, Chamonix is beloved by the best skiers in the world. However, there are pisted trails of all abilities, although it’s fair to say that there is more on offer for experienced skiers. The ski area as a whole provides skiers with a fabulous 952km of downhill skiing over 490 pistes. As the resort is so high, at 2,500 meters, skiers can rest assured that good snow cover will last all season long.

Chamonix is quite unlike any of the other major French ski resorts. For a start, it is not a ski-out/ski-in destination and has no slope-side accommodation to speak of. Secondly, it comprises several quite separate ski areas and you need to use a car or bus service to travel between them. However, don’t let this put you off, it is an excellent place for a ski holiday as it has a very lively town, fantastic skiing and not to mention the amazing views of the Mont Blanc.

Advanced skiers can head up to one of the most famous off piste ski areas in the world, the Vallee Blanche. It’s a long way down with 2,800m of vertical descent to ski with stunning glacial scenery to enjoy as you do. We advise you go with a guide and safety equipment as this off piste slice of heaven is not to be taken lightly.

The town of Chamonix, which lies in the shadow of Mont Blanc, came to prominence as an alpine capital well before skiing was invented. It has long been an important mountaineering centre and still today receives more visitors in summer than winter. A huge advantage of Chamonix is that it is just one hour’s motorway drive from Geneva airport, which makes it a popular choice for weekend skiers looking to make the most of a snowy long weekend.

Chamonix is also a convenient base from which to make day-trips through the Mont Blanc tunnel to the pretty little town and ski area of Courmayeur in Italy’s Aosta valley. Megeve is just one of several other day-trip destinations for those with a car.

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