Val d`Isère, France - Sleeps 10+2
At a Glance
Attached chalet of 256m²*
Self-catered chalet for ultimate flexibility
Superb luxury chalet with large south facing balcony
Wellness area with large swimming pool and hammam
If you've always fancied having a go at heliskiing - we can book an exhilarating day out with Val HeliskiingKate Newman
For some unique off piste, take the Aiguille Percée chairlift in Tignes and ski across to the ‘Eye of the Needle’ Rock. Remove your skis climb up and through the ‘Eye’ and enjoy the deep un-touched powder on the other side!Mike Harlow
For a family adventure, try the Lost Valley from the top of the Tommeuses chairlift and dropping down to the right, follow the path through the trees and valley. If the snow levels are good enough, you can even ski through a canyon although you may have to take your skis off.Scott Dunn team
On a white out day, ensure you head to Le Fornet for some great powder skiing in the trees.Kate Newman
Download a Ski Tracker app onto your phone and see how far you ski each day. The app uses your phone's GPS to track your speed and mileage which you can then compare at dinner!Clare Leigh
The famous ski run 'La Face' was the men's downhill slope for the 1992 Albertville Olympics.Kate Newman
Be sure to enjoy a dip in chalet's swimming pool set right into the mountain rockGeorgina Carlisle
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Chalet Genepy
Completed in December 2013, Chalet Genepy is a luxurious chalet built into the side of the mountain. With a mix of chalet-style and contemporary design, it is split over three levels, and has a south facing balcony. And for those who've truly had a very hard day on the slopes, there's even a lift to take you up and down between floors! The chalet is extremely spacious with lots of natural light coming through the large windows, and furnishings and decoration are modern and tasteful.
The ground floor features a wellness center, with a hammam and good sized swimming pool with its own sound system, built into the rock face. There is a ski room with boot warmers and lockers. Three of the double bedrooms and the bunk room are also on this level. Two of the doubles are en-suite, whilst the third has a separate bathroom. The bunk room shares this bathroom - making it ideal for children to share.
On the first floor there is a large open plan living room with a dining table which comfortably seats eight-ten adults. From the living room with its cosy fireplace, doors open onto the south facing balcony. There is a separate TV area off the living area which is great for those keen to snuggle up in front of the TV. Upstairs on the second floor, there are two further bedrooms: the master has an en-suite bath and shower, and the second has a shower.
Chalet Genepy has parking for two cars for guests who like to drive to resort.
NB. The dining table in this chalet comfortably seats eight, but can be adapted to seat 10.
Chalet Genepy has five double rooms plus a bunk room. All are stylishly furnished and most are en-suite with either a shower or a bath.
|Room 1 - Double||
Small double room with separate bathroom facilities which are shared with the children's bunkroom.
|Room 2 - Twin/Double||
Larger double bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
|Room 3 - Children's bunk room||
This small children's bedroom features two sets of bunk beds and has separate shared bathroom facilities.
|Room 4 - Double||
The largest of the bedrooms on the ground floor, this room has an en-suite facilities with bath, shower and WC.
|Room 5 - Master Double||
The larger of the two bedrooms on the upper level with en-suite facilities including a large shower and WC.
|Room 6 - Double/Twin||
The smaller of the two bedrooms on the upper level with en-suite bathroom with bath and WC.
Val d’Isère is a mecca for downhill skiing for good reason. It has enough to keep skiers of all standards challenged and entertained for a lifetime, let alone a week. The off piste potential is limitless and the snow record enviable.
Val d'Isère has plenty to offer less enthusiastic skiers too. The Center Aquasportif has fantastic facilities including 2 swimming pools, climbing wall, multi activity sports hall, fitness suite, gym, squash courts and a Wellness area with sauna, steam bath, spa, cold baths and hydro-massage.
Designated walking trails are a great way of appreciating the scenery and there is an ice rink, husky riding, parapenting, skidooing, cross country skiing and much more.
There is a wealth of quality restaurants in the village and on the mountain (many of which are accessible to non skiers). The shops and galleries offer some great shopping (both the window and the real varieties).
Chalet Genepy is a self-catered property and Scott Dunn provides a concierge service with our team, based in Val d'Isere, only a phone call away. We will meet and greet you on arrival, provide a midweek clean, a pre-arrival shop and deliver fresh bread and pastries each morning.
|In chalet ski fitting service||
On arrival, our recommended supplier will come to the chalet or look after you at their shop. They are specialists in ski equipment and will provide high quality skis and boots together with the best possible service and advice to guarantee you the most comfortable and most appropriate equipment to enable you to get the most from your skiing.
|Ski lessons & guiding||
Years of experience have enabled us to identify the best ski schools and guides who combine local knowledge, technical expertise and excellent communication to enable you to make the most of your skiing vacation, whether you are a beginner seeking confidence, an intermediate wanting to improve or an advanced skier looking to go off piste or heliskiing. NB book early in school vacation weeks.
*NB: m² of chalet is an estimate and excludes terraces, garages, store rooms and cellars, but may include areas with low headroom.
Location & Directions
Val d`Isère, France - Sleeps 10+2
Chalet Genepy is a 10 minute walk from the center of Val d'Isère and a 8-10 minute walk to the Bellevarde Express lift. Geneva 170km, Chambery 135km, Lyon 234km.
When to go
Val d’Isère boasts one of the longest ski seasons in the world because, unlike other resorts above 1800m, 80% of the skiing happens above 2000 meters. As a result, early and late season offer reliable great conditions. Being high, it is cold though and we think March and April are the best times to visit Val.