Chalet de L'Ange / Morzine
The luxury chalet Chalet de L'Ange is located above Montriond. The family holiday home offers great views and is only a 5-minutes' chauffeured drive to the ski lifts and Morzine centre.
Architect Herve Marullaz ensured the extensive use of large windows maximised the mountain views and its beautiful surroundings. It sleeps 14 people in 7 en-suite bedrooms and sports a brand new renovation and interior re-design including a new outdoor hot tub. It has an excellent living space filled with Danish inspired furniture – giving this chalet its own unique personality.
Chalet de L'Ange has just undergone an extensive renovation. All bed- and bathrooms are new and there is new furniture and interior design throughout the chalet. The chalet features balconies on every side to enjoy the mountain views. In combination with the brand new outdoor hot tub, this makes Chalet de L'Ange, one of the most desirable properties in Morzine.
Chalet de L'Ange is available during the 2021-2022 winter season on an exclusive basis only and includes 5 nights catering. The exclusive use price is a minimum price which allows up to 12 people. Additional people will be charged at the person per week price
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7 Bedrooms en-suite
Outdoor Hot Tub
Ski & boot room
Nintendo Wii & DVD library
TV with Netflix
Privat chauffeur service
Prices & Service
Catered booking price includes:
7 nights accommodation in a 2-person room, either set up as a Twin or King-size double
Vintage champagne on arrival
A la carte cooked breakfast every day, as well as fresh croissants, baguettes, and fruit salad or smoothies, cereal and porridge
Afternoon Tea with cakes, savouries, hot chocolate and vin chaud
Delicious Four-course meal on 5 evenings, carefully prepared to impress even the most discerning gourmand. The staff have 2 nights off which gives you the opportunity to try some of the local restaurants or order a raclette meal to be delivered to the chalet (20 Euros/person)
Unlimited wine with a fantastic range of good quality wines complimenting evening meals
Six-course taster menu on one night, designed by executive chef Kat Judge
Fine wines with dinner matched by wine consultant Rob Wade
Use of the hot tub (and sauna where applicable)
Private chauffeur service in and around Morzine 08.00-22.00 (08.00-18.00 on chalet nights off)
Additional Services (at extra cost)
Arrangements of taxis home if you wish to stay out late
Concierge service (onsite) throughout your stay, including help arranging ski passes and kit hire, lessons, childcare, and restaurants on staff day off, massages and beauty treatments
Passes, kit, lessons & other services
This service is based on a week-long stay and services may be tailored to your exact requirements during the booking process. Exact services included with each booking will be listed on the Booking Confirmation.
Above the village of Montriond
Nearest bars, restaurants and shops - 3-minutes' walk
Ski lifts - 5-minutes' chauffeured drive
Morzine centre - 5-minutes' chauffeured drive
Distance to airports
Geneva (GVA): 80km
Chambéry (CMF): 135km
Lyon (LYS): 210km
Morzine is set high in the valley of the River Dranse at an altitude of 1,000m in the Northern Alps. A beautiful Alpine village, Morzine has a bustling centre and is packed with great facilities. With fabulous restaurants and bars, a weekly market, ice rink, swimming pool and ski joering - all perfect for keeping the whole family entertained.
The skiing resort Morzine can be found between Lake Leman and Mont Blanc. Part of the vast Les Portes du Soleil ski area pittoresque Morzine has kept its 11th century Savoyard look where you will find traditional wooden luxury ski chalets with slate roofs which makes you feel like you are in a real Alpine village rather than a large man-made ski resort. Previously ruled over by the Dukes of Savoie it is now part of the Haute Savoie region of France.
Altitude: 1,000m | Ski Elevation: 950-2,466m | Pistes: 120km | Green: 5 | Blue: 26 | Red: 28 | Black: 9 | Lifts: 47 | Draglifts: 14 Chairlifts: 25 | Other Mountain Lifts: 3 | Mountain Lifts for walkers: 5 | Cable Cars: 3 | Cross-Country: 38km | Ice rinks: 2
Most of the ski resorts in Les Portes du Soleil have grown around traditional valley villages - only Avoriaz and the very small Les Crosets and Torgon were purposely built during the mid-sixties. Morzine and Châtel are the largest of the traditional towns in the area. As a whole the skiing is relatively low in altitude compared to most French destinations.
The highest skiing is just below 2,500 metres and the lowest approximately 900 metres. However, the area is heavily influenced by the microclimate between Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc, which generates very substantial snowfall between November and April making it possible to keep the area open to skiing typically from early December until mid to late April. Some of the lower stations close around April 1 or earlier depending on snow conditions though.
LES PORTES DU SOLEIL INFO
Ski Elevation: 900-2,466m | Pistes: 650km | Green: 62 | Blue: 195 | Red: 166 | Black: 56 | Skiing areas: Vallée d'Aulps, Vallée d'Abondance, Vallée d'Illiez | Lifts: 197 | Draglifts: 103 | Chairlifts: 79 | Carpetlifts: 2 | Cable Cars/Gondolas: 13 | Highest lift: 2350m Longest Run: Chamossière-Morzine 11km | Cross-Country: 280km | Snow Parks: 11 | Mountain huts: 99