Shared chalets

Sharing a chalet is a great way to enjoy the benefits of a chalet without needing to find a large party to fill one. If you do not have a group to fill a chalet, you can still enjoy the benefits over a hotel - a home-from-home with half board, wine and all the little extras that make chalets great value. It can also be a great way to meet other skiers, particularly if you are travelling with skiers of differing standards.

We have chosen the chalets we think are best suited to sharing – typically the larger ones with most comfortable bedrooms so that you have more space to relax.

What your holiday includes

Prices include British Airways flights and transfers (unless stated otherwise) and our renowned service.

(F) indicates "family" - chalets where children are welcome. (AO) indicates “adult only”

*Prices and availability

Availability and prices are indicative and subject to change, so please call our ski specialists for a detailed quotation.

You might just find a ski buddy

Skiers

Chalets are social and many guests become friends with the people they meet. On the slopes, being held up by friends who ski slowly or rushed by faster ones can be frustrating. You might just find a far better ski buddy in your chalet than your partner or friend.

Meet our ski specialists

Our ski specialists

Our ski specialists are passionate about all things snow. From Hamish who loves the thrill of the challenging off piste in some of our Alpine resorts, to Helen who can be found enjoying a glass of Laurent-Perrier in the hot tub after a hard days skiing, all of our specialists know the mountains like the backs of the hands and can recommend the perfect ski holiday for you.

Our resort guides

Val d'Isere resort

Find out more about the ski resorts we offer, from our 4 core resorts with Scott Dunn Chalets, to other Alpine resorts and further afield in North America and Canada - from resort facts and figures, to après-ski, restaurants, non-ski activities and insider tips.

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