7 Beautiful French Ski Chalets That Will Make Your Jaw Drop

France has some of the finest ski resorts in the world and in these ski resorts are some of the most jaw-droppingly beautiful ski chalets you could wish to discover. Providing elegant accommodation, fine dining and a host of fantastic facilities, the following ski chalets make the perfect place to stay while sampling the snow-covered delights of France’s fabulous slopes.
(1) Chalet La Breche (Alpe d’Huez)

Styled like a traditional Scandinavian chalet, the Chalet La Breche is a beautiful place to stay in Alpe d’Huez. Conveniently located near the piste and the Telecentre lift, this elegant chalet has a sauna and terrace hot tub in which to unwind after a full day of superb skiing and snowboarding on the magnificent mountain slopes.
(2) Hotel Club Med Chamonix Mont Blanc

For a warm, cosy and luxurious stay just five minutes from the Chamonix town centre try the gorgeous art deco Hotel Club Med Chamonix Mont Blanc. This palatial chalet has an outdoor heated swimming pool, saunas, fitness room, Turkish bath, weight training room, bridge room, terrace and piano bar. Will you even want to venture onto the Chamonix slopes?
(3) Chalet Marie-Paradis (Chamonix)

Perhaps the only thing as beautiful as the classic Alpine design of the Chalet Marie-Paradis is the view of the majestic Mont Blanc seen from the chalet’s lounge, dining area and balcony. Located on the Rue de Dr Paccard right in the heart of Chamonix, this stunning chalet enables guests to relish the lovely boutiques, bars and restaurants of the town when they’re not hitting the famous Chamonix ski runs.
(4) Chalet Blanche (Chamonix)

The Chalet Blanche is a wonderful example of contemporary and traditional design elements blended brilliantly to create distinct character. Inside there is always a roaring open fire in the lavish living room, while outside there is a 7-person hot tub to soak up the Chamonix atmosphere with Mont Blanc as a scenic backdrop. The Aiguille du Midi cable car is just a minute walk away for easy access to the slopes.
(5) Chalet Bellecote (Courchevel)

Not only is the sumptuous Chalet Bellecote furnished in traditional Savoie style, but it is so close to the Bellecote piste that guests can ski in and out of where the chalet is located. Courcheval 1850 is an immensely popular ski resort with wonderful views to behold from the main living room, dining room and bedroom balconies of Chalet Bellecote.
(6) Chalet La Berangere (Les Deux Alpes)

Located in the popular resort of Les Deux Alpes, one of the oldest in France, the stylish Chalet La Berangere is situated at the foot of the ski slopes with magnificent panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. Inside is a bar lounge, an excellent restaurant, a sauna, a heated swimming pool and a health and beauty salon.
(7) Chalet La Rocheure (Val d’Isere)

Few chalets can compare with the charm of La Rocheure, located in Val d’Isere. Built using local wood and stone, this renovated farmhouse has sections that date back to the 17th century. The beautiful balcony looks out over Val d’Isere and the Solaise Mountain. The Solaise lift is a mere 4 minutes walk away, but you can usually ski to and from the chalet door when the snowfall permits.

A French ski holiday chalet is the best way to ensure relaxing, cosy nights with excellent meals and drinks after the thrills and spills of your days on the ski slopes. Each of these beautiful chalets and resorts come highly recommended to anyone dreaming of a perfect French skiing vacation.