Chalet St Moritz, La Plagne
Chalet St Moritz is perched on a hillside, perfectly located to enjoy both the resort town and the skiing without having to compromise one for the other. La Plagne 1800 resort centre is a mere 200m (approx) downhill stroll away and the skiing only 300m (approx).
Whilst the other St Moritz may be the traditional home to the rich and famous set of Europe, in our Chalet St Moritz you can still live the highlife as you look down on the village and valley below from the balcony of this gorgeous chocolate box chalet. The open-plan living/dining area in this chalet is full of alpine character with a feature fireplace to relax in front of and all the bedrooms benefit from en suite facilities. La Plagne is named ‘the paradise resort’ with fantastic skiing on offer, but after you have experienced the sauna and enjoyed the phenomenal views in this property, we warn you, you may struggle to leave!
Please note: The hillside location of this chalet means access is via steps which can be snowy so suitable footwear and easy to carry bags are recommended.
Features - Chalet St Moritz, La Plagne
200m to resort centre
300m to skiing
All rooms en suite
Accommodation - Chalet St Moritz, La Plagne
The open-plan living/dining area in this chalet is full of alpine character with a feature fireplace to relax in front of and all the bedrooms benefit from en suite facilities.
Room 1= twin with shower and WC
Room 2 = (small) double with shower and WC
• open plan living/dining area
Room 3 = twin with bath and WC (sloping roof)
Room 4 = twin with shower and WC (sloping roof)
Chalet staff live out.
Meals - Chalet St Moritz, La Plagne
Start your day with hearty breakfast a buffet selection of cereals, fresh fruit and yoghurts, freshly baked local bread and jams accompanied by fruit juices, tea and coffee. In addition there is a daily cooked option with eggs and two of the following: bacon, mushrooms, tomatoes, hash browns, baked beans or pancakes & syrup served each day apart from the chalet staff day off and change over day.
On your return from the slopes, discuss the day's skiing with your fellow guests whilst helping yourself to afternoon tea. Bread and jam and a slice (or two) of delicious home-made cake or biscuits should help keep hunger pangs at bay until dinner time.
With the theme of a casual dinner party in mind, your chalet hosts serve a delicious 4 course meal. House wine is available throughout dinner coffee to finish. Chalet staff always aim to please and if given notice will as much as possible adapt their menus to your specific tastes and dietary requests.
Please note: The chalet host will have a day off during the course of the week, during which you will be required to eat out.