Contactless Chalets

A unique concept is in the offing for next ski season, which we can offer with our partnership with Ski France.
This relates to accommodation in Alpe d’Huez, Tignes, Val d’Isere, the 3 Valleys and La Plagne

Guests arrive at their Ski France chalet and will find food in the fridge, beer or chilled wine ready to drink, firewood stacked and beds made. There will be a selection of fresh ingredients to cook with, easy recipes to follow and dishes prepared by a local delicatessen or we can order a food delivery service.Skis or snowboards will be reserved at the local hire shop and ski passes booked, normally at a discount.

Halfway through the week, when the guests are out skiing, the backstage chalet crew will clean the accommodation from top to bottom, replace towels and re-stock the fridge and cupboards. Staff will be at the end of the phone whenever needed, but there will be no contact unless necessary or wished for.

For guests who prefer a more bespoke food offering, Ski France also offers an ‘à-la-carte’ option. Here, guests can choose from a much longer provisions list and pay for what they want. Produce will then be purchased by the local in-resort team and stocked in the chalet, ready for the week.

Ski France says there will be no mark up on the purchased provisions. For families and friends wanting to do their own shopping and eat at local restaurants, they can take the chalet “as is” and order little or no food from the provisions list.

The chalets can be booked through Dare2ski. Ski France has been specialising in holidays throughout France since 1988. With 58 mountain destinations Ski France claims to offer great value holiday options that cater for all styles and budgets. For peace of mind, Ski France also has a free cancellation policy, which we can explain on request.

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