Chalet Morzine has seven spacious bedrooms, all with balconies or a terrace. Three bedrooms are large enough for a cot, and all of them can be set up as a king-sized double or twin. There are six bathrooms, four of which have a bath. You can choose your own chalet set-up according to what you think is best for your group.
Some things are standard across all the rooms, such as the luxurious Egyptian cotton linen, fluffy towels and dressing gowns. Each room has a hairdryer and plenty of plug sockets to keep digital life running, and there are reading lamps if you are pausing that. There’s plenty of storage for clothes, with each of the bedrooms having a built-in wardrobe, some also have a chest of drawers, and the bathrooms all have vanity units.
*A side note about snoring… Chalet Morzine is insulated to within an inch of its life. Even if uncle John is in the room next door humming his walrus tune, you won’t hear it. And you will be toasty and warm.
Top floor - Morzine view side
This side of the chalet enjoys views over Morzine, up towards Avoriaz, and the Nyon, Ressechaux and Nantaux peaks. Your balcony will get the morning sun for that calming cuppa before the day starts.
Top floor - Pléney Piste view side
From this side of the chalet, you can enjoy watching skiers come down the piste in the winter and mountain bikers and walkers in the summer – perfect for building excitement about the day ahead. It also doesn’t get the sun peeking in until a little later, so tired monkeys can get their beauty sleep.
Middle floor - Family suite
The two downstairs bedrooms are separated from the main living area by a small corridor with a door, making them a perfect family cocoon within the chalet. The bedrooms share a bathroom with a walk-in shower, double sinks, and a separate toilet.
Middle Floor - Main living spaces
The lounge, adjoining dining area, separate professional kitchen, breakfast preparation area, dining terrace and garden access are all found here. There’s plenty of space for the whole family to dine, mingle and catch up.
A large living area with a cosy log fireplace and plenty of seating for 15 shares an open-plan dining area so that mealtimes can still be sociable, even if they are all at different times. A separate, professional kitchen is well-equipped enough for a hired private chef or for you to cook from, and a further preparation and storage space provides an ideal space for making breakfast for a hungry early morning crowd.
Ground Floor - where the magic happens!
A secure storage room for bikes, skis, boards and shoes has enough space for as much sports paraphernalia as 15 people can bring*. A laundry room has a washing machine, tumble dryer and drying space so that laundry fairy magic can happen. And then there’s space outside for washing down bikes in the summer, as well as parking for up to four cars.
*For skiing and cycling, speed boats might be testing the limits.
Have we really left it until now to mention the outdoor hot tub? It’s the perfect place for 8 weary adults (or the same number of somehow still energetic children) to wind down after a hard day on the hill. It also has stunning views of Morzine and Avoriaz so you can enjoy the bubbles and contemplate the day whilst taking it all in.
TV and Games Room
A second living room has a TV, books galore and games to suit different age ranges. The chalet is very well sound-proofed; so you’ll be blissfully unaware of the cries of “YESSS” during the Monopoly battle, and Uncle John can continue his snooze on the sofa ready for the Chess match later.