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July 25, 2020

Best Val d’Isère Ski Chalets

Guide to Val d’Isère Luxury chalets – our selection for 2020

Out door chalet view with snow Machapuchare Chalet in Val d’Isère

Insider’s guide to exclusive standalone ski chalets in Val d’Isère & Tignes, France

Often called as the best ski resort in the world, Val d’Isère & Tignes belongs to Espace Killy. Val d’Isère & Tignes ski resorts supreme location in the Tarentaise Valley in the French Alps is filled with beautiful chalet-style architecture, designer shopping, and chic stays.

At 1850 meters, Val d’Isère is the highest non-purpose-built Luxury ski resort in France. Its altitude can leave visitors a little short of breath and means in February the temperatures drop to the low minus 20’s, but the altitude and the cold temperatures mean that when there is snowfall, it is often light and dry, and does not start to melt until late in the season.

Val d’Isère is a pretty town and in the very recent history legislation was passed to ensure new buildings are built in the traditional style from wood and stone. Luxury chalets and Hotels in Val d’Isère are therefore very traditional in styling, at least from the outside: most of the accommodation in Val d’Isère is in chalets or chalet hotels, although there few unpretty apartments with convenient access to the slopes in La Daille. La Daille and Le Fornet are well connected to the main town.

Where to Stay in Val d’Isère & Tignes?

You can view our collection of First-class Apartments & Luxury ski chalets in Val d’Isère & Tignes, at the bottom of this page. They are among the Best of the best in Europe.  Our chalets in Europe can be chosen simply by the amenities you wish. Like all our chalets in the Alps, they Include family Friendly Options with amenities like hot tubsauna, steam room & HammamSwimming poolGym,  Indoor Fireplace chaletsCinema, with complimentary breakfast or Self-catering chalets. For those who wish to spend more time skiing and less time in the kitchen, they can pick the fully catered chalets with Private chefs, and to add to this you can even book a Luxury Ski-in/Ski-out chalet or check into a VIP Chalet in any part of the Alps.

Val d’Isère chalets sleep from two adults to large groups. If you are planning to have a special event birthday celebration, white wedding, VIP Luxury Corporate Ski Chalet for business, and Incentive Trips, we can arrange all these with you not having to lift one finger. We are here to assist you with anything you wish for during your stay Luxury ski holiday in Val d’Isère.

These handpicked traditional Alpine Luxury chalets and Modern apartments in Val d’Isère & Tignes offer a wider selection of options to pick from. The combination of a stay with the charming chalets and some of the finest skiing in Europe makes Val d’Isère & Tignes one of our Top-selling ski resorts.

If you are looking for Ski lodges specifically with certain amenities, it is best you get in touch with us, so we can tailor-make your search. We can suggest or even contact the owners to discuss certain features such as Disabled Friendly Chalets or Pet-Friendly chalets.


Top 3 Luxury ski chalets in Val d’Isère.

Ski chalet 1 | 5 bedrooms

Pool indoors lit up Black pearl Chalet val disere

10 Guests – Available as a fully serviced or self-catered chalet – Price on application by request. 

This is a stunning 300m², 5 bedroom Chalet with a swimming pool, steam room, cinema/tv room, fireplace, terrace/balcony, wellness/relaxation, ski room, sound system, Sat/Cable TV, Wi-Fi, garage, Apple TV, Massage/Treatment Room.

Ski chalet 3 | 6 bedrooms

An ultimate luxury chalet in Val D’Isère with hot tub

10 Guests – Available as a fully serviced or self-catered chalet – Price on application by request. 

This is a stunning 300m², 5 bedroom Chalet with a swimming pool, steam room, cinema/tv room, fireplace, terrace/balcony, wellness/relaxation, ski room, sound system, Sat/Cable TV, Wi-Fi, garage, Apple TV, Massage/Treatment Room.

Ski chalet 5 | 7 bedrooms

Hit tub at night lit up Machapuchare Chalet in Val d’Isère
A 7-bedroom ultimate villa with hot tub and pool

14 Guests – Available as a fully catered chalet only – Price per night: From € 3,650 to 15,618

  • Fully Serviced: EUR 49,760 to 109,330 per week
  • Self-catered: EUR 25,550 to 85,370 per week
  • Accommodation Only: Price on application

500m² chalet with Self/Catered meal options, Amenities include Swimming pool, Hot tub, Steam & Cinema/tv room. Elevator, Fireplace, Garage, Gym/Fitness, Massage/Treatment Room, Ski Room, Laundry Room, Terrace/Balcony, and Wi-Fi.

Val d’Isère & Tignes Ski Chalets FAQ’s 

What is a ski chalet holiday in Val d’Isère and Tignes?

Basically, a ski chalet holiday is booking your own private home, most times with staff, housekeepers and chef included and at other times as a self-catered option. Ski chalets are freestanding properties, which in most cases are made out of Stone and/or Wood and has homelier look from outside, the interior, however, is very luxurious with Alpine charm. However please check at the time of booking, as things have changed and not all chalets stand alone, so it may be called a ‘chalet’ as there could more than 2 ‘chalet apartment’ style properties in large building construction.

What is a Fully serviced or catered chalet? And how does it work?

Catered luxury ski chalets are a great choice for those who wish to spend less time in the kitchen and more time on the slopes.

In Val d’Isère & Tignes, Catered can mean either part of your meals or all your meals are included in the catered price. However, you should not have this confused with some chalets that say Accommodation only or included Breakfast. It’s wise to check this at the time of enquiry or prior to your booking.

When you book a ski chalet in Val d’Isère & Tignes on a catered basis, upon arrival the chalet host will welcome you and make sure to take full charge of your accommodation, this means from keeping the chalet neat to arranging your meals. Catered ski chalets usually if not always have a chef to prepare meals, a chalet host who will provide housekeeping services and who will serve your meals. These meals will usually include breakfast, afternoon tea, pre-dinner canapés, and a 4-course dinner, as well as unlimited wine, you will find in each property chalet page all these inclusions.

Depending on the chalet. Either a day or two the host may not be in the chalet, as a day off. During this period, you can help yourself with *breakfast and dine out side, trying the local cuisine available around. From budget to Michelin star restaurants are easy to be found. It is good to take a note, that some chalets may share the dining area with others. When booking a catered ski chalet holiday, you can book the chalet just for your group. Nevertheless, some chalets are available to book by the room during less busy times, this can be great for those seeking a holiday for a smaller group or a couple. Remember to always book ahead of your restaurant table, best when you arrive to book this (especially if you are a larger group), during the season restaurants are usually full.  The Chalet staff is always available to lend you a hand during your ski holiday stay in Val d’Isère & Tignes; it is always wise to get first-hand information of the town.

Usually, chalet menus have Menus for Children and you can also have early dinner arranged for children, please check at the time of booking.

  • For Adults Breakfast served between 8-9 am. Croissants & pain Chocolat, traditional French bread, cereals, fresh fruit, yoghurts. A cooked option (except staff day off) and Fresh coffee & tea, fruit juices.
  • Staff day off service- your chalet hosts will leave breakfast and afternoon tea for you to help yourselves to. Fresh bread & croissants will be delivered to your chalet in the morning. Please check if your chalet includes this service.
  • Hosts Day/s Off afternoon tea and dinner won’t be served, giving you the chance to explore the local restaurants
  • Afternoon Tea: depending on the chalet 5 or 6 days of a seven-night stay, afternoon tea is provided when you come in from the slopes (often things like cake, cookies, toast, soup, and hot drinks like Hot chocolate, tea & coffee).
  • Pre-dinner & Dinner: Home-made canapes served with pre-dinner drinks ( See each chalet page for more information). For Dinner with Selected red & white wines to complement the meal or champagne: Meals are served in the evenings, usually many courses and, in most catered chalets, free-flowing wine/champagne, pudding and then coffee is served. The ‘free wine/champagne’ component is not universal, so check before you book if this is a significant part of your holiday.

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