|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
For the past few years, La Marsa has been managed by the chalet owners who have ensured absolute attention to detail and perfection throughout which makes it the perfect addition to the Project Ski portfolio.
From the road La Marsa appears to be a relatively small and quaint stone building but the spacious “boutique hotel” style chalet encompasses four floors and benefits from a large private garden (ideal for building snowmen in the winter and BBQing in the spring) which banks onto the river Isere and overlooks the stunning old stone bridge in La Fornet village.
With an abundance of luxury chalets, a Michelin starred restaurant and superb access to glacier skiing, La Fornet is fast becoming the exclusive area of Val d'Isere. Chalet La Marsa's comfortable and luxurious vibe complements its surroundings only too well.
The 6 en-suite bedrooms draped in fresh, crisp linen and equipped with flat screen TVs (local channels with some English translation) and iPod docking stations are discretely tucked away on the lower floors. When you're ready to leave your safe haven, the spacious and inviting living areas will bring the whole group together in style and comfort.
The chalet features a large dining area, two lounge areas (one with open fire, the other with large screen TV, children's snug and small bar area) and a private wellness area with hot tub, sauna and fitness suite.
Continental breakfast, afternoon tea and cleaning services are included as standard with a full catering service provided by a professional chef on request.
To maintain our high service standards and in keeping with the local life, chalet La Marsa is staffed by an English and French team. Fred, your Chalet Manager, is a Val d'Isere local and will be on hand to share his knowledge and wealth of experience to ensure you really do get the most from your stay. The chalet host, who lives at La Marsa, will discretely work their magic to ensure a fresh, clean and tidy welcome after a hard day on the slopes and your driver is well practised in the art of making everyday effortless.
With over 300km of marked runs, dedicated beginners areas, mountains of off piste skiing and Olympic downhill courses, it's easy to see why Val d'Isere maintains its reputation as one of the best ski areas in the world. Linked to neighbouring Tignes to form the Espace Killy, Val d'Isere remains a firm favourite with many British and European visitors.
Excellent snowfall records and high altitude slopes keep the snow in Val d'Isere from late November through to early May. Some of the best skiing in Val d'Isere can be found towards the end of the season when the sun is shining and the snow is soft.
The Espace Killy boasts a really varied terrain. The trees at La Fornet, the glacier high above Tignes Val Claret, the 2 snow parks and the dedicated beginners areas will keep skiers and boarders of all abilities well entertained.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£500|
25% deposit at time of confirmation. Full balance due 10 weeks before departure.