This chalet is only available to guests booking the whole chalet for sole use.
Chalet Jacaranda, Val D'Isere
These three chalets Jacaranda, Juniper ID: 25954 & Jasmine ID: 25955 are spread across the top two floors of the delightfully retro three-star Résidence le Grizny. They are made up of adjacent but separate apartments, six occupying the whole upper floor for Juniper, and two on the first floor in Jasmine, while Jacaranda is a two-bedroom first-floor apartment.
The building is unusually spacious and solid, having been built before Val d’Isère’s narrow valley started running out of space. And its position is really good: the village centre is four minutes’ walk away, the ski buses stop nearby, and it is possible to ski home.
Features - Chalet Jacaranda, Val D'Isere
- On middle floor of the Grizny building, a small, private résidence
- A single, quiet chalet apartment with its own chalet girl, who lives with other staff on the ground floor
- Wide sunny balconies
- On main road, five minutes past church, but astonishingly quiet
- Skiable-back-to and five minutes from lifts
- Buses to major lifts nearby (new Laisinant Express and all central lifts just two stops)
Accommodation - Chalet Jacaranda, Val D'Isere
2 bedrooms for 4 guests, with 1 bath
- Bedroom 7a: Twin (13’ x 12’6”). Large room with balcony and generous fitted cupboards.
- Bedroom 7b: Double (10’ x 9’) with chest of drawers in the room and a wardrobe just outside.
- Bathroom & separate wc.
- Sitting-Dining Room:(13’6” x 13’) Sweet room with two sofas and coffee table, a dining table for four, and french windows to the balcony. Separate kitchen. Wifi
Meals - Chalet Jacaranda, Val D'Isere
We start with a proper breakfast. Fruit juice, porridge, Dorset cereals, bacon, eggs, baguettes straight from the famous local bakery, a croissant or pain au chocolat if you like, yogurts, British tea and fresh coffee from Italian espresso pots (with Nescafé and bizarre infusions for those who prefer them). A Cooked Breakfast option is also available.
You return from the slopes to find bread and jam, a freshly-baked cake, hot chocolate etc. left out for you.
Nightly canapés are followed by a three-course, fixed-menu, dinner-party-style meal. The cuisine is largely French, though with a fusion of other influences – what Londoners call Modern British. (Foreign, in other words.) With dinner, we serve free unlimited quantities of a selection of very drinkable French AOC wines and vins de pays
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.