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Meribel Reviews

Meribel is a French ski resort. You can write your own review.

Meribel
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Good - But 05/01/2015
Travel ! Ugh ! We went out over New Year and were caught up in the travel debacle ! Both ways. We were 'lucky' in the we only spent 12 hours on a bus for a 2 1/2 hour transfer. Geneva to Meribel. Many spent the night out, some two ! We got to resort at midnight mostly thanks to a brilliant coach driver that took us off through the lanes and villages to by pass the mega jam on the main roads. Airports such as Geneva and Chambray are just not fit for purpose. Totally overwhelmed with ridiculous queues. We will not be flying out next time ! There are other ways. Up side we got the snow just in time for New Year so Meribel was white and skiing pretty good but icy towards the end. Hotel Grangette is ideal for ski slope access and après ski with views over the area and an easy walk. Almost ski to door ! With all the benefits of being 'in town' so close to all facilities. Hotel staff were great. Very helpful, knowledgeable, pleasant, happy and efficient. Food and service good. The building needs attention though. Our bath room had mould on the ceiling and fan did not work. In excusable at this point in the season ! Boot / ski room very tired and shabby and locks worn out ! Again inexcusable at this time of the season. Should have been sorted out. Spoilt an otherwise good stay.
Apres Ski: 4/5
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Mike Gormley
meribel 3 vallees 03/12/2014
get a 3 valley lift pass !try the run down to la tania a nice blue la foliere at the bottom try out the food at le pub on the other side over at st martin try jerusalem i think its a red but its so wide nice and easy a real confidence booster a slightly more difficult one is mount vallon but once again its a very wide piste so you can take as long as you want to get down. The runs on the val thorn side do get very cut up though late in the afternoon on the way back to meribel The pistes in corcheval seem to be groomed a lot better than those in meribel for some reason nice corduroy. back in meribel there are a couple of free (yes free) chair lifts and you can do a run called la lapin by the altiport down to meribel village then get the free bus back up to the morel chair lift and do it again if you wish. we did it last year a half day skiing for free a good way to get your ski legs back! check out the folio duce in meribel you won,t have to look far you,ll here it first [we got caught in a white out and all we could suddenly hear was boom boom boom headed towards it and found it!!! we,re heading back to the three vallees again for the 5th time in 3 years and we,ve still loads more of runs to do especially on the val thoren side we want to try to get to orrelle side of val thorn a 4th valley so this is a completely unbiased report even though i work meribel tourist board[oh my god what a give away] seriously though this is a great resort not the best in the world maybe but great resort!!
Skiing/Snowboarding: 5/5 Apres Ski: 4/5
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Thomas Towers
Best of the bunch in the 3 Valleys...... 21/03/2013
I've always stayed away from Meribel in the past as i thought it was too high brow for me but i loved it. Great atmosphere in the Rond Point, plenty of affordable bars, food and many shops selling ski gear, selling cheese and dried meats. The restaurant we went to had fondue which was tasty, great staff and wasn't extortionate. On the ski side, Meribel you have the best of both worlds. Easy access to Val Thorens for high altitude skiing and relaxing motorway skiing through the trees in the Meribel valley. We found loads of powder without hiking too far.... lift network is fantastic, few queues and speedy lifts. Couloirs in Courchevel are worth a peek.
Skiing/Snowboarding: 5/5 Apres Ski: 5/5
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Mr Adrian Scott
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Amazing views... 21/03/2013
A great chalet, recently refurbished, modern and stylish inside. The staff were fantastic with great food and something different every night. The one night the chalet staff had off they booked a restaurant for us, fondue all the way :-) Location not a problem, a driver picked us up from the chalet and took us to the slopes. Coming back the driver picked us up from apres drinks at the 'Meribar'. Room was peaceful and quite even though the rest of our group were having fun in the living area. Recommend this place for a good base for your hols.
Apres Ski: 5/5
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Mr Adrian Scott
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The best skiing in the 3 Valleys is in Méribel 21/03/2013
I usually like livelier resorts than Méribel, but now it has a pretty cool Folie Douce and the Rond point offers a good deck for sunny aprés action. Each day I watched as the crowds jumped on the Tournettes 1 or the Saulire Express and raced off to the 2 neighbouring Vallees of St Bon (Courchevel) or Belleville (Val Thorens) which suited me just fine because I found the best off-piste was on the North Facing slopes between Tournettes 2 and the Platieres lifts in the Méribel Valley. I did loop after loop in the deep untouched and then heard stories back at my chalet about how it was sooo cold at the top of VT. Well, don't go there! Top tip. Chez Kiki is not just a cracking Steak House for your Chalet Host night off but it has a pub downstairs favoured by the Seasonaires. It has the cheapest beer jugs in Méribel. If you have the energy on Monday night go from Kiki to Les Petit Onions for the best live band night of the week. Your chalet hosts will probably be there.
Skiing/Snowboarding: 5/5 Apres Ski: 4/5
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