Independent ski chalet tour operator, Alpine365, has added a new boutique chalet in La Plagne for the forthcoming ski season, increasing its portfolio to five properties in the Paradiski, one of the world’s largest ski areas in Europe.
Based in Montchavin La Plagne, Chalet Husky is a stylish, new-build chalet which has been built as part of an exclusive, high-spec development.
Using slate, timber and local stone, Chalet Husky has been artfully designed with contemporary fittings and fixtures to create a classy and extremely comfortable chalet home. The chalet is laid out over 4 floors, with 6 spacious bedrooms sleeping up to 14 people; a huge, top-floor open-plan dining/kitchen/lounge area with feature wooden beams and dual-aspect windows, overlooking the piste in one direction and Mont Blanc in the other; a cosy TV snug and a hot tub on the balcony, with truly fabulous views of the Montchavin snow-front. Secure underground parking is available for guests.
Montchavin La Plagne is one of the several resorts that makes up La Plagne, and is ideally located right in the middle of the Paradiski, so guests can access both La Plagne and Les Arcs easily. With 425kms of piste and access to world-famous off-piste, the Paradiski region is ideal for all levels of skier.
Chalet Husky is located right by the ‘Les Coches’ bubble lift, and only a few minutes’ walk into Montchavin with its quaint cobbled streets, bars and restaurants, making it ideal for families and large groups alike.
Now in its 11thyear, Alpine365 offers five chalets across Les Coches and Montchavin, fully catered with a professional, restaurant-trained chef and a host who provide breakfast, afternoon tea upon guests’ return from skiing and 4-course dining with quality wines. The company also organises all holiday essentials including transfers from airports and train stations; ski hire; in-chalet massage; ski lessons and lift passes for guests.
A week’s stay (accommodation and food) at Chalet Husky costs from just £745pp.