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Ski France Takes on 10 New Chalets

With some ski companies out of business and others cutting their offerings for next winter a handful are taking on new properties in the Alps. One such company is Ski France.

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It has secured 10 new chalets in Alpe d’Huez, Val d’Isere and La Tania.

Ski France has increased its number of chalets as other operators have dropped theirs and now have a portfolio of around 50 in prime French alpine resorts.

Previously the operator concentrated more on apartments with self-catering.

“We have picked up several chalets over the past 12-months and there is likely more to come,” said the UK Sales and Marketing Manager for Ski France, Zac Brown, to PlanetSKI.

“There is of course uncertainty over next winter but we have our heads up and hope it all works out.”

“The news of travel from an amber list country for people with a double vaccination is a very good development and we are continuing to take bookings in for next winter as we believe chalets remain a population option for UK skiers and snowboarders.”

Chalet Davos, Image c/o Ski France/Madame Vacances – Eurogroup

Chalet Davos, Image c/o Ski France/Madame Vacances – Eurogroup

We have links to all the new chalets at the end of this article.

Eight of them are in Alpe d’Huez in the Isere region of France.

Next winter Ski France is also specialising in so-called ‘Contactless Chalets’ to reduce interaction with people outside the accommodation group.

Guests arrive at their chalet to find food in the fridge, cool 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.

Skis or snowboards will be reserved at the local hire shop and lift passes booked.

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.

See here for more details about the concept:

And here for the 10 new chalets from Ski France:

Alpe d’Huez – Premium Chalets

Chalet la Chapelle, Alpe d’Huez

Chalet la Ferme, Alpe d’Huez

Chalet le Chateau, Alpe d’Huez

Chalet la Maison, Alpe d’Huez

Chalet le Manoir, Alpe d’Huez

Chalet Nightingale, Alpe d’Huez

Chalet Woodpecker, Alpe d’Huez

Chalet Woodpecker, Image c/o Ski France/Madame Vacances – Eurogroup

Chalet Woodpecker, Image c/o Ski France/Madame Vacances – Eurogroup

Chalet La Ferme, Image c/o Ski France/Madame Vacances – Eurogroup

Chalet La Ferme, Image c/o Ski France/Madame Vacances – Eurogroup

Alpe d’Huez – Classic Chalets

Chalet Telemark, Alpe d’Huez

Val d’Isère – Premium Chalets

Chalet Davos, Val d’Isère

Chalet Davos, Image c/o Ski France/Madame Vacances – Eurogroup

Chalet Davos, Image c/o Ski France/Madame Vacances – Eurogroup

La Tania – Classic Chalets

Chalet Charmille, La Tania

Chalet Charmille, Image c/o Ski France/Madame Vacances – Eurogroup

Chalet Charmille, Image c/o Ski France/Madame Vacances – Eurogroup

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 has a free cancellation policy – for more information, please look at the Book With Confidence charter.

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