This chalet offers comfortable accommodation with an attractive pine-clad living/dining area with a log fire and comfy sofa ensuring a warm and cosy atmosphere.
There is a choice of twin, double or triple bedrooms, all with their own bath or shower rooms and most also have a balcony. The Côte d’Arlin enjoys an excellent location in the Musssillon area of Méribel which is just a 10-15 minutes’ walk (800m) to the piste that runs down to the main Chaudanne lifts. There is a regular bus service but to make life even easier we offer a complimentary minibus service to and from the lifts in the morning and afternoon. Méribel’s famous nightlife is within easy reach, with the nearest bar just a few minutes’ walk away.
Features of Chalet Cote D'Arlin, Meribel
Facilities Traditional Savoyard chalet Spacious sun terrace Attractive lounge with log fire All bedrooms with private or en suite facilities Free Wi-Fi Traditional Savoyard chalet Spacious sun terrace Attractive lounge with log fire All bedrooms with private or en suite facilities Complimentary minibus service to and from the ski lifts Ski room with heated boot-rack Free transfer to the ski hire shop for fitting and return of equipment Free Wi-Fi Ski room WiFi
Accommodation in Chalet Cote D'Arlin, Meribel
Accommodation Summary Ground Floor Entrance and ski room. Lounge/dining area with TV, fireplace and terrace
First Floor Room 1: Double with shower/wc/balcony. Room 2: Twin with bath/wc/balcony. Room 3: Twin with bath/wc/balcony. Room 4: 'L' shaped twin with shower/wc.
Second Floor Room 5: Triple (sleeps 2-3) with 3 single beds and balcony. Private bath/wc (not en suite). Room 6: Triple (sleeps 2-3) with 3 single beds and balcony. Private bath & separate wc just outside room.
Meals in Chalet Cote D'Arlin, Meribel
Chalet Cuisine Food is a highlight of any ski holiday, and our Chalet Hosts will prepare and serve your meals as described here six days per week*. Start the day with a hearty skiers’ breakfast, including a choice of porridge or cereals, tea, coffee, fruit juice, local breads (including croissants and pains au chocolat in France of course!), plus boiled eggs, a choice of preserves, cheese and cold-cut meats, all normally laid out buffetstyle for you. There will also be a hot ‘dish of the day’ available, such as scrambled eggs or pancakes, freshly cooked to order.
Afternoon tea is the traditional ‘welcome home’ for chalet guests at the end of a day’s skiing, with a slice of freshly baked cake, different each day, to accompany your choice of tea or coffee.
Our 4 course dinner menus start with canapés and an apéritif, followed by a starter, main course and dessert, accompanied by a choice of complimentary wines, with coffee or tea and chocolates to follow.
Vegetarian options are always available, and other special diets are available at a supplement if booked in advance
*(On your Host’s one day off each week, they will leave a simpler Continental breakfast out for you to help yourselves, there is no afternoon tea that day, and you can dine out locally in the evening. Your Resort Represenative will gladly help out with information and make a reservation for you if you wish.)
Choice of Quality Wines The wines for our chalets are chosen in conjunction with our good friends and established wine experts, Nicolas and Véronique Perret, who have helped us select two contrasting whites and two choice reds for you to enjoy, unlimited, throughout dinner each evening.