Meribel ski resort is without doubt the most picturesque resort in The Three Valleys. Well-known for it’s typical savoyard wooden chalets, and it’s beautiful landscape, nowhere could be better for your holiday photos.
Meribel benefits from excellent snow conditions, and fantastic access to Courchevel, Val Thorens and several other resorts within The Three Valleys. At a height of 1450m, perfectly-groomed pistes and well-maintained lifts make accessing the 600km network of runs easy, meaning you can spend your holiday chasing the sun around the mountain. Why not head up to the viewpoint at Mont Vallon, which at over 3000m will allow you to see the mighty peak of Mont Blanc on a clear day? Or how about finishing your day dancing to a live band in your ski boots, toffee vodka in hand, at the infamous Le Rond Point?
From beautiful tree-lined tracks like Le Blanchot, to the wide open piste of the Altiport, Meribel truly has something to offer for both skiers and snowboarders of all levels. A variety of parks and off-piste are available for the more daring amongst you, and for those that would rather stay at home, there are numerous activities to choose from. Relaxing in the Spa, going bowling with friends, or sampling some of Meribel’s entertaining nightlife, every day can be different, and it just keeps getting better. Meribel is constantly improving, with the Saulire bubble revamp, the opening of La Folie Douce last year, and events for the diary like the Alpine skiing world cup finals in 2015.
Meribel also benefits from a huge selection of restaurants, bars and shops, that make the buzzing centre an experience in itself. Drink 1080′s with the seasonnaires at Jack’s, eat incredible pizzas at Le Refuge, or try on a flashy Montcler jacket with fur trim at Sports Boutique.
With so much to offer, and beautiful weather too, Meribel is at the top of our list for must-visit destination, and fantastic skiing holiday all round. We guarantee you’ll feel totally at home here, and after all, there’s no place quite like home..