Ski Chalets in Morzine - Les Gets for Rent

Why stay in Morzine & Les Gets

Morzine and Les Gets have long traditions as farming towns, but have evolved over time to become popular ski resorts. Both places offer a wide variety of nature and outdoor activities, and are also sought-after destinations among holidaymakers during the summer.

Morzine & Les Gets chalets

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We offer a wide selection of luxury chalets in Morzine and Les Gets. Whether you’re holidaying as a couple, family or a group of friends, our vacation rentals can be adapted to your travel needs. Configurations range from a single bedroom, to properties with several bedrooms and bathrooms at your disposal.

Family activities in Morzine & Les Gets

Skiing is the main draw for vacationers who visit Morzine and Les Gets during the winter. Morzine lends itself to beginner skiers with its variety of wide, gentle pistes. In Les Gets, you’ll find a mix of beginner pistes, intermediate routes and off-piste skiing. This makes it a great destination for intermediate skiers and mixed-ability groups.
Both resorts are part of the Portes du Soleil, a major skisports destination in the Alps. For intermediate and advanced skiers, getting the Portes du Soleil pass can be a great option, as it opens the way to the destination’s varied terrain and vast number of pistes.
If you’re skiing with young children, Les Gets could be a more suitable option. The village is more compact, making it easier to get around. Morzine and Les Gets are linked up via roads and ski lifts, so you may be able to ski between both resorts, depending on the skiing abilities of your children. Your Morzine and Les Gets chalet concierge can also assist with transportation if you want to travel between the resorts by car.
Sledging is a great family activity, and a fun way for vacationers of all ages to enjoy the slopes and the scenic alpine surroundings. There are dedicated sledging areas in both Morzine and Les Gets where children can sledge safely without coming into contact with skiers.
Thrill seekers will enjoy night sledging in Morzine—descending down the Pléney ski runs under the starry night sky promises to be an exciting activity. Do check in with your Morzine and Les Gets chalet concierge for safety guidelines and recommendations, especially if you’re bringing young children along.
Snowshoeing is a great way to immerse yourself in nature, and to take in the breathtaking mountain landscape away from the crowds of skiers. There are a variety of hiking trails to explore, and your Morzine and Les Gets chalet concierge can assist with equipment rental and hiring a guide for your snowshoeing tour.
Hop on the Petit Train, which runs throughout the day in both Morzine and Les Gets. It primarily serves as a mode of transport for vacationers and skiers, but is also popular with families and children, and keeps the little ones entertained.
There are options for bad weather days too. You can go ice skating with the family at the indoor rink at Morzine, or visit the Aquariaz, a tropical-themed waterpark located at the Avoriaz ski resort.

Activities and points of interest in Morzine & Les Gets

Spend a relaxing day exploring the village centre. Les Gets offers an array of bars and restaurants, along with shops, a cinema, bowling alley and weekly market. Morzine has a livelier nightlife scene, so it’s a great option for vacationers looking to enjoy après-ski drinks late into the night.
If you’re holidaying during the summer, it’s the perfect time to enjoy a whole host of outdoor activities, including hiking, mountain biking, paragliding, canyoning, outdoor and live music events, and more.

Restaurants, cafes & bars in Morzine & Les Gets

Dining options are aplenty in Morzine and Les Gets. You’ll find restaurants serving a variety of cuisines, ranging from traditional Savoyard fare, to contemporary French food and international cuisines.
Some of our favourite dining venues in Les Gets include Vina Annapurna, Wild Beets Kitchen and La Pivotte Restaurant. If you’re dining in Morzine, check out the popular La Grange, a restaurant located in the heart of the village. Les Aigles du Léman is worth a visit for its unique dining experience. The restaurant is located within a nature park, so you can also participate in falconry courses, or watch indoor or outdoor shows featuring eagles and other birds of prey.
There are no shortage of places to enjoy an après-ski drink. Le Pub Irlandais is a crowd favourite in Les Gets, thanks to its live music performances, tasty tapas and homebrewed beers. We also like Black Bear for its lively ambience. In Morzine, Bar Robinson is the local institution—it’s one of the oldest bars in the village, and serves only one beer on tap: the Mützig Old Lager. La Folie Douce is the place to be for party-goers. If you’re looking for a quiet evening, check out Le Coup de Coeur, a wine bar with a relaxed setting.
If you plan to stay in at your Morzine and Les Gets chalet, self-catering is a convenient option too. We have a selection of centrally located properties, so you can easily reach the local markets and shops. Alternatively, your Morzine and Les Gets chalet concierge can also arrange for the kitchen to be pre-stocked or engage a chef for private dining experiences.