This chalet apartment offers guests the perfect tranquil location away from the busy town centre, yet in the heart of the Les Eucherts ski village where all standards of skier can almost ski back to the door in normal snow conditions. The nearest chairlift (Eucherts Express) is 250 metres (approx) away and the nearest ski access and ski school meeting points are approximately 150 metres away. The free navette bus runs regularly throughout the day (from 08.00hrs until 20.00hrs) and then a free taxi service runs until 23.00hrs, taking guests directly to the shops, cafes and bars in the town centre, or if you prefer, you can walk in approximately 15 minutes.
This recently constructed chalet apartment is comfortably furnished and decorated in a traditional yet modern Savoyard style, mixing local wooden décor with modern colourful furnishings. The living/dining areas are spacious and comfortable and all have a wood burning stove, television and balcony. All bedrooms are en suite with Jacuzzi bath and WC. Chalet Marmotte is on the 2nd floor and is serviced by a lift.
Images may be of a property similar in style to Chalet Marmotte
Chalet staff live out
Supplements & Discounts
Room 3 as triple deduct £4 pp/pn (if full). If third bed occupied by child aged 2 – 11 yrs they pay half brochure price. In this case room reduction does not apply.
Rooms 5 & 6 add £3 pp/pn.
La Rosière ski resort
The ski resort of La Rosière is a sunny, high altitude resort with great views over the Valley La Rosière enjoys a high, sunny location in the Tarentaise Valley with great views of Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn and Monte Rosa. The ski resort has been built in a traditional chalet style along the road which leads from Bourg St. Maurice to the Petit-St-Bernard pass. The Espace San Bernardo ski area includes La Thuile in Italy, giving you the chance to pop over the border for a real Italian pizza for lunch!
The ski resort of La Rosière is a small, attractive, purpose-built resort in the Savoie region. It’s quiet and friendly, and one of the main attractions is the connection with La Thuile in Italy. This appeals to intermediates who enjoy cruising over the border for an authentic pizza, but more importantly draws those wishing to take advantage of the heliskiing opportunities that the connection with Italy brings.
The views of Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn and Monte Rosa are fantastic. The Espace Bernado has 150km of runs for beginners and intermediates to explore but experts may tire of the slopes after a couple of days. This could be solved with a heli-skiing/boarding trip or a visit to the nearby slopes of Val D’Isère, Tignes or Ste. Foy. The snow is good in La Rosière and even better over in La Thuile, and most of the pistes are in glorious sunshine, which is fairly rare in France.
Activities in the ski resort of La Rosière include driving packs of dogs, helicopter flights, paragliding or snowmobiling. There is a cinema and a fitness centre. On Monday evenings you can join the ESF in a torchlight descent. Heliskiing or boarding is popular over in La Thuile. Events in La Rosière include Christmas activities, a stage of the Snowkite World Cup in January, a telemarking day, a junior skiing and snowboarding competition and a slopestyle contest for children between 8 and 14 years old. Most of the activities are geared towards children and so it is a great place for young families. La Rosière is perhaps best suited to beginner or intermediate skiers or snowboarders who are looking for a peaceful chalet holiday.
Skiing and boarding in La Rosière
Skiing in La Rosière offers something for every level of skier. For the beginner there are two great nursery areas, one near the main village and one near Les Eucherets where many new chalets are being built. For the intermediate there are plenty of reds and blues on both the La Rosière side and on the Italian side towards La Thuile. The advanced can find some good off-piste and will enjoy the famous Marcassin run to La Vaz, as well as the opportunity to try heli-skiing across the border in Italy.
Apres ski in la Rosière
La Rosière is a growing resort which now has a choice of quiet and more lively bars, including Arpin’s, a popular karaoke venue, and Le Pub, which is open until late. There are several restaurants in the village centre serving Savoyard and Italian specialities. There is a cinema and an indoor climbing wall, and the ski school can organise paragliding and scenic flights. Children or those young at heart can even enjoy a visit to see the real St Bernard dogs!
If you want to have a rest from the apres ski one night and would prefer a massage to ease those muscles, then why not book yourself a massage with Massage Me.
Off piste: **
Non skiers: **