Part of the Trois Vallées, Méribel is a lively, popular ski resort in the middle of the largest linked lift network in the world. It’s impossible to tire of the Trois Vallées and its seemingly limitless supply of sweeping groomed runs, as well as some exciting off piste terrain.
It’s impossible to tire of the Three Valleys, host to Europe’s highest resort, Val Thorens, and a seemingly limitless supply of sweeping groomed runs, as well as some exciting off piste terrain. Méribel, a more traditional village than other purpose-built French resorts, is at the heart of it, and whilst the snow is superior in Courchevel and Val Thorens, Méribel’s excellent lift system can get you to the best slopes anyway.
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"Hidden in amongst the trees, Le Clos Bernard is the perfect restaurant to enjoy a traditional French lunch after a morning of skiing the 3 Valleys. With both indoor and outdoor tables, it's an ideal place to enjoy a cosy hot chocolate on those colder January days as well as an al-fresco style Savoyard lunch during the sunnier weeks later in the season."
Serena Sawyer, Travel Specialist
Bringing a contemporary edge to the traditional mountain chalet, Le Coucou is a stylishly appointed ski-in ski-out hotel with access to the slopes of Méribel, Courchevel and Val Thorens, accompanied by a superb spa and first class restaurants.
This family run hotel in Méribel Mottaret is in the heart of the Trois Vallées, the world’s largest ski area. Ideal for laid back family ski holidays, the Alpen Ruitor offers friendly and comfortable accommodation in traditional Alpine style.
The four-star Hotel Allodis in Méribel perpetuates the authenticity and warmth of the typical Savoyard style, and boasts an exceptional ski-in ski-out location in the Belvédère district.