French Ski Chalets for Rent

Why stay in the French Alps

The French Alps is known for its world-class skiing. The destination boasts varied terrains, incredible off-piste opportunities and stunning alpine scenery. Offering myriad attractions and activities—including viewing points, traditional villages and postcard-worthy nature sites—the region offers something for every traveller, and makes a great holiday destination even for non-skiers.

French ski chalets

Nestled in a prime location, our French ski chalets offer ultimate privacy while placing you within proximity to the ski lifts and key attractions. Our properties feature a wide range of luxury amenities, including ski-in/ ski-out access, fireplaces, spacious terraces, sauna and steam room facilities and more.
Our years of experience in luxury vacation rental enables us to meet your needs and requirements. Each French ski chalet under our portfolio has been carefully assessed to meet our rigorous standards—so when you book with us, you’re only choosing from the best of holiday homes that the region has to offer.

Family activities in the French Alps

The French Alps is known for its vast mountains, short transfer times and incredible off-piste opportunities. The region features a varied ski area, making it an ideal destination for families and mixed-ability groups.
Our selection of French ski chalets are set in prime locations, so you’ll enjoy easy access to the ski lifts. Many of these accommodations offer ski-in/ ski-out access, which minimises your commute time so you can spend more time on the snow.
The ski resorts of Morzine, Les Gets and Megève lend themselves to beginners with their variety of wide, gentle pistes. Les Gets and Megève also feature intermediate routes, as does Courchevel.
Advanced skiers will relish the steep and challenging terrain that Courchevel offers, as well as the abundance of off-piste opportunities in Chamonix. Tignes has the longest ski season of all the ski resorts in France—so it’s a great option for vacationers who want to experience summer skiing.
There are plenty of ways to enjoy the slopes, even if you don’t ski or snowboard. Sledging is a fun activity for the entire family, and a descent down the slopes offers breathtaking views—combined with a jolt of adrenaline. Your French ski chalet concierge will share recommendations on kid-friendly sledging areas, plus information on safety and minimum age requirements.
Joining a snowshoeing tour is a great way to enjoy the picturesque alpine scenery away from the crowded pistes, and to immerse yourself in the silence and beauty of the mountain forests. The tour can be adapted to your needs, depending on whether you want a challenging hike for the grownups, or a family-friendly tour with the kids.
On bad weather days, keep the kids occupied with activities like indoor climbing, swimming, ice skating, bowling or catching a movie. Your French ski chalet concierge can help with purchasing tickets or passes, and making arrangements for transport.

Activities and points of interest in the French Alps

A luxury ski holiday in the French Alps won’t be complete without enjoying one of the many spa and wellness treatments available in the region. It’s a much needed treat, particularly after a long day on the slopes.
You’ll easily find a wide variety of hotels and wellness centres offering high-end spa amenities like heated indoor and outdoor pools, saunas, steam baths, jacuzzis and dipping tanks. If you’d rather not step out of your French ski chalet, turn to mobile massage services like Massage Me. The company offers on-site treatments, so you can unwind with a massage or spa treatment in the comfort of your French ski chalet.
The ski resorts aren’t only ideal as a wintertime destination. In the summer, the region boasts balmy weather and a beautiful summer landscape. It’s the perfect time to enjoy a whole host of outdoor and nature activities, including hot air ballooning, mountain biking, Via Ferrata climbing, hiking, kayaking, picnicking and more.

Restaurants, cafes & bars in the French Alps

The diverse dining scene in the French Alps offers something for every vacationer. Savour the local Alpine cuisine, which features mainly rib-sticking fare—think grilled meats, hearty stews and creamy cheese or potato dishes.
When you want to switch things up, you’ll find restaurants serving a wide range of cuisines—from Mediterranean fare, to Mexican dishes and Asian fusion food. Dining at a slopeside restaurant is an experience you can’t miss—your meal will be accompanied with postcard-perfect mountain views.
The après ski scene can vary across the resorts. If you’re up for late-night revelry—where crowds and dancing on tables are par for the course—you’ll enjoy the vibrant après ski scene at resorts like Chamonix, Tignes, Val d’Isere and Meribel. If you prefer a laidback hangout, you might like the low-key après ski scene at resorts like Megève and Les Gets. Most of the resorts feature a variety of ski lounges and wine bars, so finding a venue to unwind quietly with family won’t be an issue.
If you have plans to stay in for the evening, self-catering at your French ski chalet is convenient. Our holiday homes feature fully equipped kitchens, and kitchen pre-stocking is available upon request. Your French ski chalet concierge can also arrange for private dining experiences, so you can enjoy a restaurant experience right at your dining table.