Nestled in the heart of Méribel, this ski-in, ski-out chalet is one of the most luxurious and best located in the valley.
Magnificent from the outside in, this striking chalet spans four floors and is flanked by sundrenched wraparound balconies, which boast enviable views of the Tougnète side of the mountain.
Sumptuously furnished throughout with local wood and stone and peppered with British and French aesthetic, this luxurious home from home balances spacious alpine style with much-needed comfort, making it an ideal retreat after a long day on the slopes.
The chalet’s pièce de résistance has to be its enormous sitting and dining room, which with its central open log fire strikes a dramatic first impression. The dining area easily accommodates 14 people and because the sitting room opens to the mezzanine above, the sense of space is remarkable.
For that well-deserved glass of champagne, the south facing picture windows open onto a sun terrace, and for ultimate rejuvenation, the outdoor hot tub beckons aching muscles.
Comprising seven individually decorated large king/twin rooms all with stunning en-suite bathrooms, it’s also possible to have extra beds for young children. There’s always space for a little one!
Situated at the bottom of the magnificent Georges Mauduit piste, Lapin Blanc is only seconds from Méribel’s main lift centre and ski school meeting points. For evenings out with friends, it’s just a short distance from the centre of Meribel.
Combine this luxury chalet with our outstanding service and gourmet quality cuisine, and you have the makings of a truly unforgettable holiday.
Lapin Blanc has been welcoming Chaletowners guests since 07 Oct 2014.
Beautiful food and wine are central to the our experience. After a long day on the slopes, what can be better than sharing your adventures with friends and family over exquisite canapés and champagne? Delivered with impeccable service in a relaxed environment, it's what our guests return for year after year. Skillfully prepared and elegantly presented, our professional chefs meticulously balance flavours and textures to create truly remarkable and memorable dishes. From breakfast through to sweet treats, canapés and dinner, our gourmet quality cuisine is what makes days on the mountain so satisfying.
Beautiful food calls for exceptional chefs, which is why we only hire fully qualified professionals with experience in top quality restaurants. With free reign to do what they do best, they use their creativity and flair to turn the finest ingredients into works of art. But it's not all about presentation; taste is king. Using seasonal and locally sourced ingredients wherever possible, every meal is defined by flavour, texture and balance. This obsession with perfection is what makes our guests' stay so extraordinary, elevating our experience to exquisite heights.
Setting yourself up for a great day on the slopes and rewarding yourself afterwards are some of the best elements of a skiing holiday. You'll start your day with a beautifully presented breakfast of fruit juices, a freshly made "smoothie" or fruit / vegetable juice, fresh coffees, teas, yoghurts, cereals, porridge, a hot dish - like a "Eggs Royale" or a "full English breakfast", jambon cru, cheeses, fresh fruit salad, fresh bread and freshly baked croissants and jams. After your day on the slopes, homemade cakes and biscuits await you in the sitting room. Dinner is the pièce de résistance. Before your meal, canapés and champagne allow you to unwind in true style. You're then treated to an exceptional four-course meal, rounded off with freshly ground coffee, a digestif and homemade truffles.
We're more than happy to tailor your meals to your dietary preferences. A range of teas, coffees and fresh fruit are available at any time along with complimentary bar of champagne, wine, spirits, beer and mixers.
|21 Dec-28 Dec 2022||Booked|
|28 Dec-04 Jan 2023||Booked|
|04 Jan-15 Jan 2023||€ 45,640|
|15 Jan-22 Jan 2023||Booked|
|22 Jan-29 Jan 2023||Booked|
|29 Jan-05 Feb 2023||Booked|
|05 Feb-12 Feb 2023||Booked|
|12 Feb-19 Feb 2023||Booked|
|19 Feb-26 Feb 2023||Booked|
|26 Feb-05 Mar 2023||Booked|
|05 Mar-12 Mar 2023||Booked|
|12 Mar-19 Mar 2023||Booked|
|19 Mar-26 Mar 2023||€ 30,240|
|26 Mar-02 Apr 2023||Booked|
|02 Apr-09 Apr 2023||€ 42,840|
|09 Apr-16 Apr 2023||€ 32,498|
|20 Dec-27 Dec 2023||€ 57,530|
|27 Dec-03 Jan 2024||€ 86,970|
|03 Jan-14 Jan 2024||€ 68,460|
|14 Jan-21 Jan 2024||€ 48,990|
|21 Jan-28 Jan 2024||€ 51,960|
|28 Jan-04 Feb 2024||€ 51,960|
|04 Feb-11 Feb 2024||€ 52,470|
|11 Feb-18 Feb 2024||€ 86,970|
|18 Feb-25 Feb 2024||€ 69,480|
|25 Feb-03 Mar 2024||€ 52,240|
|03 Mar-10 Mar 2024||€ 51,960|
|10 Mar-17 Mar 2024||€ 49,320|
|17 Mar-24 Mar 2024||€ 47,890|
|24 Mar-31 Mar 2024||€ 56,740|
|31 Mar-07 Apr 2024||€ 55,280|
|07 Apr-14 Apr 2024||€ 44,630|
All prices are in Euro. Dates are fixed. Calendar was updated 1 week ago.
Ski in ski out. Located on the side of the Georges Mauduit piste at the end of a private road opposite La Chaudanne – the lift centre of Méribel.
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