Meribel and Les Allues village

Meribel at the heart of the Three Valleys

As well as fantastic skiing, Meribel has everything you would want in a ski resort: great restaurants, shopping and excellent apres-ski bars and nightlife as well as access to the biggest linked ski area in the world!

Alpine ski resort charm

Meribel is also undoubtedly one of the prettiest resorts in the French Alps with its picture-postcard chalet style architecture and impressive snowy peaks.

A great ski resort for skiers and non-skiers

The resort itself comprises a main town centre and several villages all linked by buses and/or ski lifts. Meribel town centre has a variety of shops from boutique chocolate shops, shops selling regional culinary treats, souvenirs and a variety of shops selling ski and fashion clothing and equipment. There is also a cinema and housed in the Olympic Centre is a 10 pin bowling centre, a swimming pool, ice-rink, climbing wall and spa and relaxation centre. There are many bars and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets. For more information about Meribel use the menu on the right hand side.

Les Allues charming Savoyarde village location

Les Allues (where our chalets are based) is at 1,100m altitude and is the largest and oldest village in the valley. It is an ideal base for your ski holiday with plenty of amenities including its own bars, several lovely restaurants, a village shop/grocery store, a post office, a cash point and a large church. It is linked to Meribel centre by the free ski bus and the Olympe gondola. During several months of the season (snow permitting) it is possible to ski back to Les Allues from Meribel along the 'Villages' ski run.

Quiet village setting

Choosing to stay in Les Allues, you have the best of both worlds: a charming quiet village setting with great views of the valley and close proximity to everything Meribel and the Three Valleys has to offer.

Minibus service to the slopes

With our minibus shuttle to Meribel centre each morning (apart from our one day off), you are closer to the slopes than you think with just a few minutes' journey at the start and end of your day.