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Morzine

Morzine has grown in stature in the past few seasons, with the development of it's lift system and access to one of the largest ski terrains in the world it's easy to see why so many stand-out properties are emerging on the luxury chalet scene and lifting the resort higher each season. Ever popular with the Brit pack - Morzine is value for money without compromise. 

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Chalet Jejalp

Morzine
luxury catered

Sleeps 10 Adults, 4 Children

Average Cost

High Season 32,500 GBP
Mid Season 22,500 GBP
Low Season 22,300 GBP

Property Highlights

Hot-tub
Sauna
Superb wine cellar
Cinema & games room

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Chalet le Crepet

Morzine
luxury catered

Sleeps 14 Adults, 2 Children

Average Cost

High Season 30,800 GBP
Mid Season 19,908 GBP
Low Season 16,716 GBP

Property Highlights

Outdoor hot-tub
Sauna
Contemporary features
Superb value

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Chalet M

Morzine
luxury catered

Sleeps 14 Adults

Average Cost

High Season 41,800 EUR
Mid Season 22,700 EUR
Low Season 19,000 EUR

Property Highlights

Outdoor Hot-Tub
Sauna
Panoramic Views
Private Cinema

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Ferme d'Elise

Morzine
luxury catered

Sleeps 16 Adults, 3 Children

Average Cost

High Season 30,240 GBP
Mid Season 21,252 GBP
Low Season 19,320 GBP

Property Highlights

Outdoor hot-tub
Sauna
Contemporary features
Superb value

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Twenty26

Morzine
luxury catered

Sleeps 12 Adults, 2 Children

Average Cost

High Season 26,600 EUR
Mid Season 23,900 EUR
Low Season 21,800 EUR

Property Highlights

Outdoor hot-tub
Outdoor Barrel sauna
Swimming pool & spa suite
Cinema

SkiBoutique PA - Annie Corcoran
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Luxury Ski Chalets in Morzine

As with most settlements in the Alps, the inhabitants farmed and lived off the agricultural produce of the land, long before luxury ski chalets were even thought of. Later, the mining of the slate quarries provided further revenue, especially during the winter months, however, it was often necessary for the men of the village to search for work in Geneva, as stone-cutters, or as far away as Paris where work was easier to find.

In the 1920s, when the Alps started to be the fashionable place to visit for wealthy Europeans, the opening of the Grand Hotel under the ownership of François Baud became the first establishment built to welcome tourists. The summer visitors provided an additional income for the locals. Farming and slate mining were in decline, so the arrival of tourism was a most welcome shot in the arm for the local economy. 

As winter tourism began to take off and travel for the less well off became an attractive and affordable option, the ski industry exploded into life. The great and good of Morzine were not slow to wake up to the opportunity to cash in. In 1934 the construction of the Pleney cable-car, the 2nd constructed in France, opened up the valley further. 

At first, it was mainly hikers and mountaineers who used the facility, as skiing took place on the gentler slopes further down the valley. Over the next few decades skiing became more popular. As people grew more daring, they naturally developed a thirst to go higher and ski steeper.

In 1960 Jean Vuarnet won the Winter Olympics in Squaw Valley and went on to become the director in charge of transforming Avoriaz into a ski resort. He was in the vanguard of developing the Alps into the skiing mecca that it has since become. Jean Vuarnet realised his dream and created a mini Savoyard Colorado, with its avant-garde architecture. Thanks to the collaboration with Champery and Les Crosets in Switzerland, the Portes du Soleil was formed and gave Morzine its double identity, Morzine Avoriaz. 

Since those early days Morzine has become a superb destination for ski enthusiasts as the vast Portes du Soleil offers endless skiing opportunities and a wealth of pistes to suit every conceivable level of ability. Along with the growth of the area, Morzine began to attract many discerning ski tourists who demanded the highest standards of luxury ski chalet. Morzine has definitely risen to the challenge and provides todays visitors with some of the finest luxury ski chalets that the Alps has to offer.