Ski Weekend Accommodation
Great accommodation is an essential part of the Ski Weekend ethos. We take special care in choosing a hotel or chalet to match your specific requirements. All the accommodation we use has been personally vetted by us to ensure it meets our own high standards of comfort and cleanliness.
We can offer you unashamed luxury or a two-star gem and anything else in between.
Many of the hotels or chalets we use have been giving Ski Weekend visitors first class service for all the years that we’ve been here ourselves. Most are family owned and run and you can be sure of a warm welcome.
First let us introduce our flagship Chalet Les Jumelles, a chalet for groups of colleagues, friends or family; if you would prefer the ease of a hotel, please keep scrolling.
Owned by Ski Weekend since 2001, our flagship Chalet Les Jumelles was built in 1997 in traditional Alpine style, with wooden shutters and generous balconies.
Situated in the quiet area of Les Pècles, a short walk from the centre of Chamonix, it boasts truly stunning views of Mont Blanc, the Aiguille du Midi and the Bossons Glacier.
Accommodation is for up to twelve/thirteen people in six twin/double or triple rooms, all with en-suite bathrooms and a sauna & spa shower area where guests can ease their aching limbs.
This season chalet “Les Jumelles “is hosted by Jean-Yves & Justine who have a mountain of experience in the hospitality industry -Justine is an experienced chef having trained at the Hotel ” Le Bristol ” in Paris , Nadell Patisserie in London & Jean-Yves who has international experience with the Accor group for over 20 years running 4 star hotels with gastronomic restaurants from Bangkok ,West Indies and south of France .They are currently taking a gap year albeit later than most and are enjoying giving a high level of service and hospitality to ski weekend clients providing delicious breakfasts, afternoon cakes and gourmet dinners with fine wines and excellent service. This is a unique opportunity to enjoy this stylish chalet with excellent hosts, comfortable beds, a very warm welcome, log fires & stunning views over Mont Blanc.
The chalet’s interior offers a tasteful, spacious yet, cosy atmosphere. A huge open plan sitting and dining area is the main feature of the first floor.
This luxurious setting – with its deep sofas, open fire and fantastic views is an ideal place to relax after a hard day on the slopes.
Chalet Les Jumelles is a unique ski or snowboard destination for a small group (12+), or ideal for two families.
Chalet Les Jumelles has a fully flexible booking calendar and you can choose to stay for a short break, a long weekend, mid-week or full weeks.
We have an amazing team who will make sure you have the best skiing experience the Chamonix valley has to offer – a ski holiday you will never forget … What are you waiting for?
For more information on Chalet Les Jumelles please visit: www.chaletlesjumelles.com <http://www.chaletlesjumelles.com
Hotels in Chamonix, Argentière, Les Praz & Les Houches
The Chamonix Valley has an incredible blend of old world mountaineering charm and refined, contemporary luxury. Each of the centres in the valley has grown to fulfil their own specific niche. Ski Weekend chooses from best accommodation the Valley offers.
Chamonix, with its plethora of flagship stores, has built around a deep connection with mountaineering history. For those preferring to be at the centre of it all, fine hotels, Michelin starred restaurants and shopping that would grace a medium sized city are all within an easy walk. That’s not to say (reasonably well-heeled) ski bums are excluded – Chamonix is a rarity in the ski world in that it is a real place to live and ski (and climb, fly, run and cycle…). It is because of this being a real living place that visitors to Chamonix get to breathe the buzz of skiing even if they here for only a few days. Unmissable.
Argentière, is the seat of all things gnarly and bearded. Well, it was once. Nowadays you are more likely to bump into the fit and healthy ones (partying hard though they may be). It has to be said that Les Grands Montets is a mecca for all skiers. It is also rather inclusive with relatively forgiving pistes winding their way between lumps and bumps that each have a grand name – like “the Italian Bowl”, the “Canadian Bowl” and the “East Grinstead Bowl”. Maybe not the last but you get the drift. The accommodation tends to be smaller, friendly hotels but effects of Chamonix luxury are now reaching up and beyond Argentière.
Les Houches is sometimes written off as a family only centre but with easy access to the whole of the valley and some of the best deep snow skiing available in the area (when other lifts may be closed), Les Houches is a sensible option.
Les Praz is the centre of the valley – I know we gave Chamonix this distinction but Les Praz is in poised in a subtle widening of the valley surrounded by Les Drus and the Aiguilles. Because of this, there is an upmarket slightly knowing feel to the place, with the Flégère télécabine rising from the Les Praz the sunny slopes of this and Brévent are on your doorstep.