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Morzine Luxury Chalets

Rent A Luxury Ski Chalet In Morzine, France
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The Sapphire Estate
From 48,800 to 88,700 /week
1688970 m2
Chalet Tataali
From 48,400 to 85,000 /week
1477600 m2
Chalet Grand Maison
From 47,600 to POA /week
20991,000 m2
The Farmhouse
From 20,000 to 60,000 /week
241111500 m2
Ferme a Jules
From 19,000 to 30,000 /week
261010300 m2
Chalet Old Macaroni
From 18,000 to POA /week
1866350 m2
Chalet Xanadu
From 18,000 to POA /week
2066500 m2
Ferme du Lac Vert
From 17,985 to 50,000 /week
341212800 m2

Recommended

Mountain Lunch: Chez Nannon
Après Ski: Happy Hours Bar
Dinner: La Ferme de la Fruitière
Non-skiers: Cafes and restaurants
Best Off-piste: Chamossière
Best Ski Run: Arbis

Skiing

Ski Elevation: 1,000m – 2,254m
Pistes: 580km
54% Blue runs
36% Red runs
10% Black runs
Snowparks: 2

Airports

Geneva (GVA):
1h / 74km

Morzine Luxury Chalet

While not as famous as other French superstars, Morzine has a sparkling array of luxury chalets. As it grows in popularity, the resort gets bigger every year and now almost reaches neighbouring Montriond. With so much development, you’ll find a property for every taste, whether you want cosy and rustic or sleek and lavish.

FEATURES – Most Morzine luxury chalets are modern, light, and airy. Expect open-plan spaces and floor-to-ceiling windows to make the most of stunning valley views. Exquisite wellness and entertainment facilities provide lots of ways to relax when you’re not on the slopes.

SIZE – We have luxury chalets in Morzine that fit from four to 32 guests. If you have a larger group, contact us and we will help you combine a selection of chalets to suit your tastes and budget.

CATERING – Morzine is infamous for the standard of its catered chalets. But if you’d prefer a B&B or self-catered accommodation, we still have plenty of options for you.

LOCATIONS – You’ll find very few chalets on the piste in Morzine. But many of our properties come with chauffeur services, so wherever you stay, you’ll be able to get around the resort in style.

Morzine has a wide choice of luxury ski chalets, but the best ones get snapped up quickly during peak season. We advise you to start your search early to avoid disappointment. Explore our choice of luxury accommodation in Morzine below and start planning an epic week in the mountains.

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Lodge des Nantes

If you’re looking for old-world charm but don’t want to sacrifice on luxury, Lodge des Nantes is the ski chalet for you. Traditional wood interiors envelop you in Alpine cosiness. With a barrel sauna, hammam, and outdoor hot tub, you can leave all your troubles at the door. Keep the kids entertained with a pool table, TV room, and indoor pool while your personal chef prepares an incredible four-course meal. Wrap up your day with a glass of bubbles on the terrace, overlooking the glimmering lights of Morzine below.

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Morzine

Morzine is the ultimate all-rounder, with gorgeous luxury chalets, family-friendly activities, and a lively apres-ski scene. The one-hour transfer time from Geneva makes Morzine an ideal option for a weekend getaway, while the vast ski area provides more than enough to keep you busy on a longer break.

The epic Portes du Soleil encompasses 650km of piste, making it the largest international ski area in the world. And an area this big comes with plenty of variety. Master your turns on wide nursery slopes, cruise long blues while taking in stunning valley vistas, or raise a few hairs in the backcountry.

You’ll find just as much diversity back in town. Enjoy the adorable Savoyard architecture, bring the family together with an excellent choice of facilities, and dance into the night with endless apres-ski parties.

Warm up back at your Morzine luxury chalet. This resort is famous for having a huge choice of accommodations to suit all tastes. Start your search now to find the perfect chalet for you.

Morzine Resort

Morzine is a former farming village, right in the heart of the Portes du Soleil. Its traditional charm still shines through to this day, with pretty wooden chalets and a weekly market. Despite its rustic origins, the resort has extensive facilities, making it a popular choice for a huge variety of visitors. A stunning location woven between alpine forests sets an atmospheric scene for your winter escapades.

Morzine Travel & Transport

If you’re staying in the centre of Morzine, it’s a wonderful resort for strolling, and you’ll find it easy to get around. If you’re staying further away, there’s an excellent network of buses across the valley, with some services running late into the evening. There’s also a petit train linking the Super Morzine lift, the Pleney lift and the swimming pool.

Travelling by car

It’s unlikely you’ll need a car in Morzine, but if you want to drive there are lots of car parks in town. The last hour involves navigating some tight mountain bends, so only attempt it if you’re a confident driver.

Travelling by train

Morzine doesn’t have a train station nearby, but you could go to Cluses or Thonon-Les-Bains and take a bus from there.

Airports

The best airport to fly into is Geneva. This has the biggest choice of international flights is close to the resort. Flying to other airports wouldn’t make a lot of sense, but you could also compare flights to Lyon, Milan Malpensa, Basel, and Turin.

Geneva (GVA) – 74km
By car –  1 hour 2 minutes
By bus – 1 hour 30 minutes

Private transfer

There is a range of transfer options into Morzine from Geneva, including shuttle buses, private cars, and heli-transfers.

Morzine Restaurants

Thanks to the infamous quality of its catered chalets, the dining scene in Morzine often gets overlooked. But Morzine has a wonderful choice of restaurants. Even if you have catered accommodation in Morzine, we highly recommend you venture out on at least one of your evenings to sample some of this resort’s foodie gems.

In the town

One of the most sought-after places in town is l’Atelier. The chef here crafts beautiful plates using the finest local produce. Or, to get your cheese fix, check out La Ferme de la Fruitere. This working farm and dairy serves up generous portions of traditional cheese dishes. For a grand treat, dine in a historic farmhouse at Le Mas de la Coutettaz.

La Chamade offers a relaxed modern setting to enjoy classic Savoyard dishes. Curl up by the fireplace and watch the action unfold in the open kitchen. Or check out the cosy La Chaudanne, a traditional restaurant run by the same family since 1923. L’Etale is another Morzine institution, while its sister restaurant La Rotonde has the best steaks in town.

On the slopes

Chez Nannon is a charming family hut serving impeccable regional cuisine. Their tartiflette is a must-try. La Cremaillere has been in the same family for three generations and are popular for their charcuterie selection. Le Vaffieu is another local favourite, with a sunny terrace and prime spot that allows you to take a long ski all the way back to Morzine.

Restaurant Les Mouilles has fabulous views and a menu packed with cheesy specialities. But for a real adventure, book to come here at night and take their scooter service back to the village. For the best high-altitude burger of your life, check out the Cookie Café at 2,000m. It offers glorious panoramas in a trendy gastropub setting.

Morzine Apres & Nightlife

Apres-ski in Morzine is famous for being lively, varied, and open well after dark. It’s the ideal resort for families and large groups, with lots to keep the night owls occupied and many quieter spots if you want to be back in your Morzine accommodation by midnight.

There’s no need to take off your ski boots. You’ll find lots to distract you on your way home from the piste.

  •   Parties on the piste in Morzine may be limited, but you can always ski over to the legendary Folie Douce in Avoriaz to get your fix. Expect the usual Folie thrills of live musicians, DJs, and cabaret dancers.
  •   Step straight off the slope and straight into Le Tremplin. This popular apres bar gets the party started every day from 4 pm.
  •   Relax on the heated terrace of Coup de Coeur as you work your way through the extensive wine menu.

Ready to hit the town? Whether you’re looking for a quiet aperitif or the liveliest spot in town, there are venues in Morzine to suit every taste.

  •   La Chaudanne restaurant has a beautiful wine bar nestled in a vaulted cave.
  •   If beer is more your thing, head over to the Bec Jaune. The craft brewery makes their beers on-site and also serves unusual cocktails and organic wine.
  •   Bar Robinson is the oldest bar in Morzine. While it’s very casual, it’s famous for serving a strong lager known as Mutzig on tap.
  •   Get a classic Irish pub experience at Dixie Bar. Live entertainment and a cheery atmosphere cement this place as a Morzine favourite.

If you’re not ready to head back to your Morzine luxury chalet, party animals won’t be disappointed.

  •   If you’re heading to Club l’Opera, chances are you’re already out too late to make the first lifts. This typical French discotheque will have you up way past your bedtime.
  •   The Tibetan Café mixes Asian décor with rock music and live sports. The pace picks up with live bands in the late afternoon before bringing out the DJs until 2 am.
  •   The Cavern Bar is popular for its happy hours, live sports, and cheesy tunes. With fancy dress, band performances, and one too many shots, you can expect the mood to get progressively livelier until the 2 am closing time.
  •   Whether you’re into acid jazz or drum and bass, you’ll find Morzine’s more eclectic music scene at Café Chaud.

Morzine Ski Area

With 650km of piste and accessible backcountry, it’s impossible to get bored in Morzine. The variety offered in the world’s largest international ski area is unparalleled. So, whether you want to tear up the black runs or are clipping on your skis for the first time, you’re signing up for a week of endless action.

The ski area

The Portes du Soleil ski area sprawls across the France-Switzerland border, offering 12 different resorts to hop between. Everything is covered under one lift pass, so you have no excuse not to get the miles in. These are some of the resorts you will probably stop in during your stay:

  •   Avoriaz offers high altitudes and some more difficult piste.
  •   Les Gets and Morzine are great for all levels and have pretty tree-lined slopes.
  •   Chatel has stunning long runs and offers some trickier terrain.

Boarders

Morzine is an excellent choice for snowboarders, with wide pistes, epic freeriding, and some of the best freestyle parks in the Alps. If you’re just starting out, there’s a huge choice of gentle terrain, so you can still feel like you had a chance to explore the mountains. Intermediates will have the majority of the Portes du Soleil at their fingertips and pistes are meticulously maintained. Meanwhile, advanced riders will find some hair-raising runs and a vast backcountry to explore.

There are at least 11 freestyle parks and 4 boardercross courses across the Portes du Soleil. Take in the glorious views from Les Gets or check out the huge snow park in Avoriaz.

Beginners

The Portes du Soleil is a fantastic place to learn to ski, with many gentle pistes to help you progress. It’s also worth noting that Morzine’s low altitude makes it an ideal choice for young children. The most convenient from Morzine, and the base for most of the resort’s ski schools, is at the top of the Pleney lift.

There’s also a great network of blues and greens in Les Gets. This is an ideal option on bad weather days, with most of the slopes below the tree line. Kids will love the Native American-themed snow park packed with fun decorations, obstacles, and photo ops. Whichever spot you choose, you’re in a great position to progress after you’ve mastered your turns.Our recommended ski schools:

  •   Progression Ski and Snowboard School are a mid-size company with an excellent reputation throughout the region. They have private and group lessons for children, adults, and teenagers, and also offer touring and heli-ski days.
  •   Mint Snowboarding have an all-British or fluent-level English team of instructors. They offer snowboard and freestyle lessons for all ages.
  •   Ski Beyond is a British school based across the Portes du Soleil. Not only will they perfect your technique, they transform your mindset so that your skiing level can reach new heights.

Intermediates

Intermediate skiers have endless options in the Portes du Soleil, whether you’re looking for laid-back cruising or something to get your legs burning. Get your confidence up in Pleney and Les Gets. Then, challenge yourself on the tricky reds in Chatel or embrace the empty slopes on Mont Chery. Coup du Monde and Chamossiere have plenty to challenge you, including some blacks that are suitable for confident intermediates.

For the ultimate adventure, why not take on the Portes du Soleil Circuit? It’ll take you in a huge loop, showing off the best of the ski area in one day. You’ll need to be comfortable on blue and red runs, and fit enough to ski for 6+ hours. Set your alarms early so you don’t have to rush.

Advanced

You’ll find several blacks to satisfy expert skiers, including the infamous Swiss wall. This 1km descent is not for the faint-hearted, with inclines up to 76%, immense moguls, and changeable conditions. To tackle this run you’ll need to bring every ounce of skill and leave every drop of fear at the lift.

Avoriaz is packed with challenging pistes. Check out Combe du Machon if you’re looking for steep and mogulled or Coupe du Mondu if you prefer steep and icy. Avoriaz is also home to some incredible lift-served off-piste. However, we recommend hiring a guide to get the best backcountry experience in this immense ski area.

Weather

Don’t be fooled by Morzine’s height. While it may sit at only 1,000m, it has many factors working in its favor. As well as efficient lift links to Avoriaz at 2,466m, the whole area has its own microclimate, encouraging snowy conditions throughout the season. The underlying terrain here is pastureland, meaning slopes cling onto snowfall for much longer.

December
December is a lively time in Morzine, packed with opening parties and festive celebrations.
Average snowfall: 68cm
Snow days: 4

January
January is the quietest month of the season, which equals more space on the slopes. Since the kids are all back at school, the town is still lively with mostly adult visitors.
Average snowfall: 141cm
Snow days: 8

February
Morzine is very busy in February, but this means that there are lots of fun events happening in town.
Average snowfall: 94cm
Snow days: 7

March
March is the best month for apres-ski in Morzine, with long sunny days and plenty of snow still on the ground.
Average snowfall: 80cm
Snow days: 7

Things To Do In Morzine

There’s a huge choice of things to do in Morzine when you’re not on the slopes. Take in the stunning scenery with cross-country skiing and snowshoeing opportunities. Race to victory with snowmobiling and husky sledging. Or try something more unique like ski joering or geocaching.

For the ultimate bird’s eye view, take a helicopter tour and soar over the Portes du Soleil, the Chamonix Valley, and Mont Blanc. More adventurous souls can try paragliding, ice climbing, and even ice diving. Only available in limited alpine resorts, it’s a chance to plunge into the underwater world of Lake Montriond.

On bad weather days, you’ll find plenty to do in town, including indoor and outdoor ice skating and a large sports centre. Here you’ll find a huge pool complex, spa facilities, a 12m climbing wall, a gym, and multiple sports courts and pitches. The aquatic centre in Avoriaz is definitely worth a visit during your stay. The stunning space is dripping with tropical-themed décor and outstanding facilities that’ll delight the whole family.

Shopaholics will be very happy in Morzine. Aside from the usual high-quality sports stores, you’ll find charming souvenir shops, stylish boutiques, and artisan produce. Pick up classic Morzine souvenirs like goatskin slippers and Morzine slate or select delicious meats, breads, and cheeses for a spread back at your Morzine luxury chalet.

If your feet are itching, you’ll find lots of fun day trips from Morzine. Soak up the natural beauty of Chamonix and Annecy, explore the spa town of Évian les Bains or enjoy the elegant medieval architecture in Yvoire.

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