Ski Olympic offer high-quality ski holidays in catered Meribel chalets. Meribel is located high up in the Trois Vallees ski area, the largest in the world, in between Courchevel, where we also offer catered ski chalets, and Val Thorens.
Our customers absolutely love this charming resort and the incredible skiing it offers access to. We currently offer two fantastic Meribel catered chalets.
As the Three Valleys’ middle sister, Meribel is blessed not only with a superb location, but with good looks as well. Built almost entirely in chalet style using traditional local stone and wood, it exudes an authentic, albeit lively, village charm that many other resorts lack.
Our popular Meribel Catered chalets Chalet Parc Alpin and Chalet Charlotte are located next to each other in a lovely area of Meribel only a few minutes from the centre of town and 15 minutes from the lifts. The stunning Chalet Parc Alpin offers our upgraded ‘Gold’ level of service.
The bustling Meribel village centre boasts an excellent choice of shops, restaurants and bars, including O’Sullivans, which was formerly the famous Dick’s Tea Bar. There is also a large sports centre with an indoor ice rink, heated swimming pool, bowling alley and various other facilities.
Meribel is a great location for a ski and snowboard holiday for beginners and intermediates. Beginner skiers have a selection of perfectly groomed beginner slopes near the Chaudanne, and intermediate skiers have plenty of Blue and Red runs to explore with easy links to the adjoining valleys. The spread of pistes across Meribel is weighted Blue, but there are certainly enough Reds to keep you busy. If you’re looking for Black runs, advanced skiers should head to Meribel’s Mont Vallon telecabine, it’s the first step to finding challenging on and off-piste terrain. There are also easy links to the other two ski areas in the Three Valleys for those looking for a real challenge. Snowboarders of all levels enjoy skiing in Meribel for its variety, from well-groomed pistes to challenging off-piste terrain.
PLEASE NOTE: 3rd January 2018 is a 4-night holiday