• An impressive 13 bed chalet
• All ensuite
• Great value
The Chalet Camarine has had a recent refurbishment and enjoys a modern and bright feel with spectacular views of the mountains and ski slopes heading down from Roc de Fer in the distance.
The Camarine is an ideal chalet for couples or groups to share. You’ll enjoy cosy evenings in front of a roaring log fire with a slice of apres-ski cake before our excellent three course dinners.
Add to this, a stunning mountain view and the atmosphere is pretty hard to beat.
At only 350 metres from the popular apres ski bar of O’Sullivans and 550 metres or a 10 min walk from the start of the shops in Meribel centre, it’s a great location to take advantage of the village amenities.
We recommend taking the free Navette to the ski slopes, which’ll whisk you there in a matter of minutes. The bus stop is almost outside the chalet, within 50 metres, and runs until 11pm with increased services during peak times.
A good day on the mountains starts with one very important meal. To kick off your day, we serve a daily breakfast with hot options on most days to set you up for all the snow you can handle.
Nothing beats a freshly-baked cake and afternoon tea when you get back in from the slopes in the afternoon and our delicious three-course meals with unlimited wine until dessert are served 6 nights a week, leaving you free to explore the local restaurants for staff night off.
- Continental breakfast (7 days) with hot options (4 days)
- Daily afternoon tea, coffee & hot chocolate with freshly baked cakes
- Three course Dinners & Wine unlimited until dessert (6 nights)
- Special celebration menus at Christmas & New Year
There are 5 bedrooms, all ensuite.
Please note room 5 is under the eaves and has limited headroom.
OUR 'ON THE SNOW' SERVICE.
iGO SKI Hosts and Representatives will be on hand from the moment you arrive to answer any questions you may have and help with any lessons you may require. They will deliver pre-booked lift passes straight to you and fast-track you through the ski shops for pre-booked ski & board hire, so you can make the most of your time in the mountains. Remember that pre-booked ski & board hire will always guarantee the best prices, saving you up to 50% and making your holiday completely hassle-free!
Lovely Savoyard style | Amazing views | 5 bedrooms | Towels & Linen | Selection of toiletries
Chalet Accommodation, Return Flights, Transfers, breakfast, afternoon tea and cakes, 3 course evening meals with wine. Chalet Hosts, Bed Linen, Towels, Taxes.
* Full evening catering and dinner service may not be available for late evening arrivals.
* For midweek guests (Sun - Wed packages): Our Chalet staff require two days off so no evening meals are provided on this day. Breakfast and afternoon tea and cakes provided (self-serve).
|Wednesday to Sunday||SUNday to WEDnesday|
WEDNESDAY 17:25 - 18:30 Flight departure from UK airports
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY07:30 Breakfast – Lift passes brought to your table (if pre-booked)
sundaySame as previous days, then:
SUNDAY06:00 - 06:15 Flight departure from UK airports
Monday AND Tuesday07:30 Breakfast
wednesdaySame as previous days, then:
Times are a guide and may be subject to change. They do not allow for travel delays. Transfers are shared with other guests and accommodate different flight times.
*Sunday to Wednesday package: evening meal is not served two nights a week - our chalet staff days off (breakfast and afternoon tea will still be provided - self-service). Guests get the chance to explore the excellent local restaurants and the traditional culinary delights for these evenings.
Meribel truly is a gem in the heart of the 3 Valleys ski area. It’s well preserved rustic charms are all thanks to Colonel Peter Lindsay who started the resort in 1938 and since then has fastidiously stuck to his original plans of a genuine alpine village. The nightlife is vibrant and the pistes extensive and varied.
As ever, meat cheese and potatoes are very popular here. This is something that has still remained a trait of the Alps although the necessity of eating these calorific meals isn’t quite as crucial as it was. There are plenty of other types of cuisine on offer here and if you like to play it safe then don’t worry, Meribel has been catering admirably for us Brits for seventy years.
The Allodis Hotel: This is definitely one for special occasions. Based in Belvedere, the standard of food here is high – choose the set menus for the best value.
Chez Kiki: Consistently served up the best steaks in the Alps for at least 30yrs now. Your steak will be grilled to perfection in front of your very eyes over an open fire then served with delicious local side dishes.
La Taverne: Located in the centre of Meribel this comfortable restaurant has all bases covered. Whether it’s a snack or a full blown three course meal La Taverne can deliver. Affordable and has excellent service.
Aux Petites Oignons: This recently refurbished restaurant (used to be Les Enfants Terribles) has succeeded in creating a warm friendly atmosphere with an excellent menu. Vegetarians have more choice than is usually to be found in France.
La Tsaretta: This ambient restaurant also has a lively bar downstairs which serves great bar snacks and pizzas. The restaurants food is more refined with good variety and value. Find it in the middle of Les Allues.
Le Refuge: Serves up cheap and cheerful pizzas, steaks and salads in the centre of Meribel. Popular with seasonnaires.
Pizza Express: Located above Dicks Tea bar. You may wonder why this British franchise deserves a mention. Well…the pizzas here are amazing, also available for take away. Kids love it and are well catered for but the main reason it gets a shout out is their brilliant Beatles night on Tuesdays.
La Lodge du Village: Best known for its large sunny terraces and superb hearty Italian food. Right in the centre this is also great for a bit of apres Ski and live music.
Hotel La Croix: One of the oldest buildings in Meribel, this is the place to go for the best authentic Savoyard menu. It’s well known with the locals and gets all it’s produce fresh from the market. Prices are still reasonable considering the food is virtually gourmet standard. Good wine list too.
La Fromagerie: For the best fondues in town, head for the Fromagerie in the centre.
In Meribel, what often starts as a few innocent après ski tipples can quite often develop into a wild raucous all-nighter. People are here to make the most of their days and even more of their nights. There is a fab selection of bars and clubs and here are a few of our personal favourites.
Le Rond Point: Often referred to as the ‘Ronnie’ based on the ‘Doron Piste’ this is a great place to stop for the first drink of the evening. Be warned, you may need to give in and carry your skis and get the free bus back to resort.
The Doron Pub: You’ll find it near the Tourist Office. Good for live music. Can get pretty crazy early on. Scotts downstairs is a little calmer with fabulous cocktails and comfortable sofas.
Le Rastro: Over in Mottaret, this bar has a brilliant reputation, especially on Tuesdays when the DJ spins all his best 70’s and 80’s records – guaranteed to get you dancing.
Le Poste: If you’re looking for something a bit more up market the best bet is Le Poste. Next door to the post office this is the smartest bar in town.
Barometer: Adds a little more sophistication to the proceedings.
Dicks T Bar: This crazy place surely needs no introduction, even to the non-skier. Full of chalet girls hoping to impress the cool crowd, Dicks T Bar has quite a reputation. Popular with the British and free entry before midnight.
Le Loft: For something a bit more peaceful try Le Loft. The clientele here are more cosmopolitan and the whole place feels more relaxed. Open until four playing chilled out house.
Le Privilege: If you are staying in Mottaret it makes sense to party there too. This night club is everything you’d expect from a French discothèque and more. An amusing night out.
Méribel is well known for its enormous ice rink which host concerts, ice driving and international hockey matches. There a plenty of shops, museums and galleries if the weather sets in. It’s an exceptionally pretty ski resort just to go for a stroll around and if you’re looking for something other than the stock skiing and boarding. Meribel has it all!
- Olympic centre for gym, climbing wall and tenpin bowling
- Spas and Massage centre
- Snow Biking
- Dog sledding
- Snow Shoeing
- Learn to fly
- Hot air ballooning
- Piste Basher driving
- Snow Karting
- Winter walking trails
- Glacier walking
- Ice climbing
Meribel Ski Extras
|Lift Pass Type||
|Adult 13-64 yrs||£138||£163||£177||£218|
|Child 5-12 yrs||£111||£130||£142||£174|
Local area pass covers Meribel.Extended area pass covers The 3 Vallees over 600km (La Tania, Courchevel, Brides-Les-Bains, Les Allues, Meribel, Val Thorens, Saint Martin De Belleville, Les Menuires & Orelle).
|Skis & Boots||3 days
|Economy skis & boots||£49.90||£59.90|
|Discovery skis & boots||£59.90||£69.90|
|Performance skis & boots||£69.90||£79.90|
|Excellence skis & boots||£89.90||£99.90|
|Child skis & boots (6-11yrs)||£39.90||£44.90|
|Board Only||3 days
|Board Hire (Discovery)||£49.90||£59.90|
|Board Hire (Performance)||£64.90||£74.90|
|Board & Boots||3 days
|Board hire (Discovery) & boots||£69.90||£79.90|
|Board hire (Performance) & boots||£89.90||£99.90|
|Child board with boots (7-12 yr )||£49.90||£59.90|
Price Match Guarantee: We are so confident that our prices cannot be beaten, that we will price-match any comparable deal that you find at the time of booking (for a like-for-like set of ski or board hire).
Economy, Discovery or Performance level?
Snowboards are only offered in two grades - Discovery and Performance. Skis however can come in 3 grades. Please use the following guide:
|Economy||Beginner to Intermediates (0-6 weeks experience)|
|Discovery||Intermediates (6-12 weeks experience)|
|Performance||Advanced (12+ weeks experience)|
We bring pre-booked lift passes to you on arrival
Get to the slopes faster
Best quality skis and boards.
No waiting in long queues.
Not having to navigate yourself around resort on arrival.
How to pre-book:Contact us now with your order. Or call us now on 0203 393 4671.
Lift passes and ski hire are not available to pre-book for guests staying in Hotel Mottaret (out-sourced hotel with no iGO SKI Representative on-site).
Ski hire Quality Assurance:Our suppliers only use a high quality of skis and boards which are 70% new stock at the start of every season. The other 30% is either 1 or 2 seasons old but exceptionally well maintained and serviced each weekend and during the week if required.
They will also provide kit changes and alterations throughout the week, if necessary, and a professional fitting service that ensures you are not skiing on low grade or unsuitable gear, which can hinder your progress.
We will make sure that you get treated well and do not get any illegitimate credit card swipes for damages to kit. Please understand that we cannot help you with skis or equipment if you book independently or using non-endorsed suppliers.
Lift Passes in more detail:Over 65's are advised to buy ski passes on the transfer coach from our reps where they can get updated information on any current Senior discounts (subject to local terms & conditions). Seniors require a passport photo to purchase their passes.
Children under 4 yrs are advised to buy ski passes on the transfer coach from our reps because they may qualify for a free pass (subject to local terms & conditions).
Complete Beginners are advised to buy ski passes on the transfer coach from our reps because their first 3 days may only involve nursery slopes where lifts are free in some resorts (subject to local terms & conditions).