Meribel Village is a quiet slopeside hamlet away from the hustle and bustle boasting high-speed chairlift into the Meribel ski area.
The small village is made up of chalets and converted barns plus all the amenities you need for a Three Valleys ski holiday.
Nestling at 1400 metres you have a choice of self-catered apartments and luxury chalets. Local shops are on hand to pick up supplies or a snack for the slopes. Ski rental is ready to get you kitted out or even order a ski rental delivery from trusted companies who don’t have shops in Meribel Village.
A small selection of restaurants and bars cover all your bases too. Afternoon sunny apres is just a 50 metre walk from the slopes. Enjoy evening dining (including fondue) if you need to venture out from your chalet. Plus you can find a late-night music spot at Lodge du Village.
Free regular ski buses link to the Meribel Centre, Mottaret and Les Allues early in the morning until late at night. So if you want to apres-ski in the lively Meribel Centre, it’s not a problem.
The Ski Area
Meribel Village’s exclusive quad chairlift opens up the village to the Meribel ski area and 600kms of piste in The Three Valleys.
You can quickly access Meribel and beginner zones for international ski schools plus a wider choice of shops and ski rental.
Ski easily into the village all season which is usually a quiet escape from holidaymakers. From Meribel Village, you gain quick access to La Tania and Courchevel where you’ll find pristine snow conditions. You can even ski the descent from the top of Saulire into Meribel Village. That’s 2738 metres down to 1400 metres.
Beginners enjoy the wide-open sunny slopes at the altiport while intermediates explore the whole ski area on a network of blue and red runs. Advanced skiers have the world’s largest ski area at their feet with high altitude challenges and technical tree skiing to enjoy.
For a tranquil luxury with seamless access to The Three Valleys, there’s none better than Meribel Village.