Chalet Loden , Meribel
When only a chalet will do, opt for luxury and indulge yourself at the Loden. Built in traditional style and perfectly located overlooking Méribel, it's what goes on inside the Loden that makes it so special. The Chalet Loden is a traditionally styled chalet with antique furniture, elegantly styled rooms and a superb fine-dining experience. With room for just 12 guests, the chalet has two live in staff and a wonderful resident chef, who ensure that your every need is catered for in a delightful home from home atmosphere.
The dining area, which is set off the living room seats 12. The Loden can be booked for a single group, or it is sufficiently spacious for smaller groups to share. Either way it is a glorious treat.
Children over the age of eight are welcome at Chalet Loden if the chalet is completely reserved by one group. Staff are happy to provide special children’s high tea or early dinner if you wish. They will also point you in the direction of some great fun activities around and about including piste basher rides, tobogganing, ice skating, ten-pin bowling and the indoor swimming pool.
Features - Chalet Loden , Meribel
Accommodation - Chalet Loden , Meribel
Upstairs the luxury continues. The bedrooms - two doubles (one en-suite) and four twins all have big deep beds with Egyptian cotton bed linen, fluffy towels and thick bathrobes. In the bathrooms you’ll find soft fluffy towels, thick bathrobes and heavenly-scented luxury toiletries. Up on the top floor, the three twin rooms have cosy wooden French sleigh beds. Many of the rooms offer views over the surrounding mountains.
Meals - Chalet Loden , Meribel
Chalet Loden has a resident chef who will ensure you are well nourished for a day on the slopes. Staff will prepare you a freshly cooked breakfast every morning or choose a continental option, with pastries, juice and coffee. When you return from the slopes, they will have laid out your afternoon tea, with a selection of indulgent home-made cakes. As you move into the evening, they’ll serve you canapés by the log fire, followed by a luxurious three course dinner accompanied by superior wines and rounded off with a local cheeseboard.
One evening a week dinner is not served in the Chalet hotel allowing you the opportunity to dine out at one of the excellent local restaurants.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.