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Chamonix Sleeps 6

La Fee Blanche Chalet – SC02 Chamonix


La Fée Blanche consists of an apartment for 6 people, set over and an area of ​​160 m² and featuring a beautiful terrace facing Mont Blanc, complete with garden furniture so you can take in the view while relaxing after a day on the powder!

The apartment has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, with one containing a shower, bath and sauna. This compact yet cosy chalet comes equipped with a small spa, fireplace, WiFi, satellite, flat screen TV, fully equipped kitchen, washing machine, dryer, secure private parking, ski locker and ski room.

Interior & Grounds
– Closed/covered parking
– Ski locker
– Ski room with shoe dryer
– Secure entry via electronic tag
– Multimedia LCD flat screen TV
– International channels
– Satellite Decoder available
– DVD player
– Home Cinema
– Wireless internet access

Chamonix is a town full of life all year round! It always has a lot on offer and there really is something for everyone. Hundreds of shops (ranging from great sports shops to funky clothes outlets), countless restaurants, friendly bars, clubs and a casino.

There is an aquatic centre with a 25m indoor and 50m outdoor pool, as well as slides and a gym, tennis and squash courts, and even an ice rink where you can join the locals to watch a thrilling ice-hockey match! In the centre of town there is a cinema showing films in English and French, an Alpine Museum and even ten pin bowling and mini golf. Market day is Saturday morning – well worth a look, and seriously worth indulging yourself in buying (and tasting!) some top-quality local produce.

Nearest Airport Geneva
(91-100 km )
Nearest Town/City Chamonix
(Under 1 km )
Nearest Restaurant
(Under 1 km )
Nearest Beach
(Under 1 km )
Nearest Golf
(3 km)
Nearest Piste
(1 km )

The Resort
Chamonix’s reputation often precedes it, especially if you’re a seasoned skier and snowboarder – and it’s often cited as a resort that doesn’t go easy on those who brave a trip down its challenging slopes. Beginners definitely won’t get as much out of Chamonix as those who are comfortable tackling a black run.

That’s not say Chamonix is totally unromantic, just that skiing is a higher priority than anything else here. The scope and challenge of both on- and off-piste runs is arguably the best in Europe, but this brings its own share of problems. You can often be stymied when queueing up for lifts, and travelling between the various areas by bus or car can often make it feel like you’re wasting valuable powder time. The skiing when you get up to the heights is well worth it though, even if you’ll have to get up pretty early in the morning to find fresh tracks.

And as one of the oldest ski resorts in the world, you’ll find plenty to keep you occupied once the skiing is over at the end of the day. There are plenty of excellent restaurants to choose from, ranging from five that boast a Michelin Star to the kind of places where you can just grab something cheap and tasty to line your stomach for the apres-ski – and rest assured there are dozens of great bars and clubs to choose from! The shopping is excellent too, so make sure you save a few euros to spend in some of Chamonix’s most exclusive boutiques.


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  • 3 En-suite Bedrooms
  • Air Condition
  • Alarm / Camera System
  • Balconies
  • Dishwasher
  • Drying Machine
  • En-suite Bathroom
  • Fridge / Freezer
  • HD TV
  • Hub / Stove
  • Iron
  • Ironing Board
  • Jacuzzi Pool
  • Kettle
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Microwave
  • Mountain View
  • Outdoor Furnitures
  • Private Terrace
  • Satellite Channels
  • Sauna
  • Sound System
  • Stove
  • Toaster
  • TV
  • Washing Machine

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