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Chalet Tataali

Morzine

Chalet Capacity

12 Adults

2 Children

Property Highlights

Modern & stylish
Pool & spa facilities
Cinema room
Ski-out

Average Cost

High Season FROM 64,900 EUR
Mid Season FROM 36,900 EUR
Low Season FROM 35,500 EUR
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Overview

A New Level of Luxury

“The more time we spend in Morzine the more we want to be here, so building our own chalet was a natural step.”

The owners of Chalet Tataali wanted to build the perfect base to bring their extended family together for ski trips, and also to enjoy the Alps in the summer. 

We’ve been coming to the Alps for many years and decided to start our own project about 5 years ago. It’s a natural step for us as my wife is an architect, we have experience of developing properties and we love to have somewhere where we can bring the extended family together under one roof.

It took us some time to find our ideal spot. We looked at several locations across Les Gets and Morzine, both existing buildings and land plots. Having spent many happy ski weeks (and time in summer) at Chalet Twenty26 we always had a preference for Vallée de la Manche but despite years of looking we were unable to find the right spot. Then about two and a half years ago my brother, who was visiting Morzine, called me to say he had found the perfect spot just a stone’s throw from Twenty26. Once we visited we knew the site was just right, with stunning valley and forest views with the River Dranse sweeping by just metres below the site.

We have a large extended family and get together on a regular basis. We already have a house on the coast in Southwest France and this has really helped bringing everyone together during the summer months. We wanted to try and replicate this in the mountains primarily for winter ski trips but also to enjoy the Alps in the summer.

My wife’s philosophy for a house is that it should be fun so that’s always our starting point and we’ve tried to add lots of fun features around the chalet. I must give all the credit for the slide to her—she is a devotee—we have a slide in our house in Cap Ferret and it’s great fun. For both children and adults.

The idea for the climbing wall came from our project manager, who assures me not to worry about any health and safety issues! I am really looking forward to trying this out. We have also added a pin wall and monkey bars in the playroom and there’s table football and a pool table which should help keep everyone entertained.

In case you were wondering, the name “Tataali” is Arabic for “cascade” reflecting the cascading of the river which runs just a few metres below the chalet and can be heard from most of our rooms, and also the fact the chalet cascades down the valley.

Details

The quoted costs are inclusive of the following features and services:

Catering

  • Daily breakfast with cooked options
  • Complimentary spirits bar
  • Can cater for special dietary requests
  • Pre-arrival menu consultation
  • Dinner on 5 nights
  • One nights of 'Chef's Table' - a 6 course tasting menu with selected wines
  • Kaiseki - an exquisite 6 course fine dining Japanese inspired evening
  • Afternoon tea with cakes & charcuterie platter
  • Breakfast Club menu of hot & cold options
  • Gin bar with various gins & speciality tonics
  • Selection of 10 premium house wines
  • House Prosecco served throughout the week
  • Children's early supper served on 5 evenings
  • Boot room snacks & refreshments
  • One dinner from the International Taste menu
  • Champagne reception on night of your choice
  • Two gourmet dinners

Features

  • Sauna
  • Steam room
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Indoor pool
  • Fitness centre / gym
  • Private bar
  • Cinema room
  • Wine cellar
  • Open fireplace
  • Ski room with boot warmers
  • Garage parking
  • Games room
  • Pool table
  • Internal slide from hall to games room
  • Electric vehicle charging point

Staff

  • SkiBoutique PA (pre-arrival)
  • Chalet Host
  • Chef
  • Housekeeping
  • Resort Manager
  • In-resort driver service

Amenities

  • Luxury bath and beauty products
  • Bathrobes, slippers and towels
  • Music system
  • WiFi throughout
  • Plasma TV
  • Games console

Luxe Services

  • SkiBoutique PA
  • Daily housekeeping

Floorplans

BEDROOMS

Bedroom 1 - Bunk room for children with climbing wall

Bedroom 2 - Twin/double (king) with en-suite and access to terrace

Bedroom 3 - Twin/double (king) with large dressing room en-suite and access to terrace

Bedroom 4 - Twin/double (king) with en-suite shower room and access to shared balcony

Bedroom 5 - Twin/double (king) with en-suite shower room walk in wardrobe and access to shared balcony

Bedroom 6 - Double (king) with en-suite shower room

Bedroom 7 - Master bedroom Twin/double (king) with dressing room, walk in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom

 

Reviews

FROM THE PRESS

Voted one of ‘Top 10 Chalet Hot Tubs” by Escapism Magazine


"Chalet, Twenty26, had more of a boutique-hotel feel. It is slightly out of town but we had a driver to take us into town, or to the nearest lift, and what we lost from being a little further from the slopes we gained in good service and jaw-dropping views. There was a hot tub and a sauna outside – and pre-dinner cocktails – to help battered bodies forget their bruises. Chef Al’s cooking was inspired: salmon ceviche, a brilliant duck breast with rillettes and potato dauphinoise. The afternoon cakes and tea, home cinema and fire that welcomed us back from the slopes raised the chalet above the norm.

Owners Chris and Sarah were great hosts and very knowledgeable. They’d given up their jobs in London to follow their dream and said they had looked at several resorts before deciding on Morzine. They’d liked its relaxed atmosphere, and the fact it was a proper town that didn’t cease to exist when the slopes shut in April. And who can blame them?"

The Guardian - November 2016

“Twenty26 can be likened to a carefully packed Christmas stocking, giving the receiver ever more exciting surprises, the further down they go. There's a contemporary feel throughout the chalet, with some high-design furniture pieces including a Matthew Hilton table, Le Corbusier chair, and Claire Norcross lighting. But there’s also a sensitive nod to this old farmhouse's history with the preserving, and exposing, of some original stone walls in the basement spa area”

The Telegraph - November 2017

WHAT WE THINK

This is a lovely chalet with a warm, welcoming feel. It has great spa facilities including a beautiful cedar-barrel sauna in the grounds. It is well furnished with comfortable seating, a lovely home-cinema room and it’s in a great location just 500m from the nearest lift. All of these things tick the right boxes but what you’ll remember is the feeling of personal care and great service that you’ll experience when you stay here – that is priceless.

Annie Corcoran - SkiBoutique PA

Location

Chalet Location

Piste Ski-out
Ski Lifts 4 min walk
Resort Centre 5 min chauffeured drive

Nearest Airports

Geneva (GVA): 1h 15m / 80km
Chambery (CMF): 1h 25m / 125km
Lyon (LYS): 2h 15m / 200km

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Property location
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Gastronome

Do you love food? I don't know many people that don't - there is something wonderfully comforting and indulgent about having somebody else take control of the kitchen. Offering the best of both world's, breakfast and afternoon tea is prepared for you and you're free to take advantage of the wonderful local restaurants in the evening.

A perfect start to the day

No need to rush out of bed - breakfast is laid on. A healthy array of fresh fruit juices, a selection of warming teas and coffee - yoghurts, crispy cereals, juicy fruit and a mouth-watering display of delicious fresh breads & delicate pastries. Your chef will also prepare hot dishes and continental options from the chalet's signature Breakfast Club menu - how do you like your eggs? So much choice that you might miss the first ski lift if you're not careful. Breakfast is served every morning of your stay with a slightly reduced menu on the chef day off.

 

High tea temptations

Come back after a wonderful day on the mountain to the warmth and comfort of your chalet. Snuggle up on the comfy sofa in front of a crackling fire, with a steaming cup of tea and a generous serving of cake – this is how all afternoons should be. Your chef will prepare a fresh from the oven, sweet treat for your return, so whether your preference is for a hearty sticky Apple and Ginger cake or a delicate Mille-feuille aux framboise is more your thing, there will be something tempting waiting for you. In addition a savoury platter is also included for those with less of a sweet tooth. Personally I don’t think you can beat a slice of crispy baguette with lashings of butter and dollops of apricot jam or nutella - but maybe that ‘s just me - the perfect comfort food. 

 

Celebrate with Canapés 

When staying in a catered chalet every night feels like a special occasion, and why shouldn't it, you're on an amazing holiday and it's so good to be alive. You’re dressed and ready for a glass of something chilled with friends and family, ready to regale them with tales of your mountain adventures that may get a little exaggerated for dramatic effect with each rendition. Enjoy the delicious canapés and amuse-bouche freshly prepared by your star in the kitchen. 

 

Serving up a sensuous feast

Take a seat at your own private table - it's time for the main event – a delicious feast, masterfully crafted by your talented chef. With an emphasis on using hand-selected, fresh, local and seasonal ingredients you will be served a melt in your mouth four course dinner that wouldn't look out of place in a Michelin starred restaurant. Dinner is complimented by a tangy platter of divine local cheeses. Menus can be tailored to suit your tastes and your chef will be happy to prepare everything from a simple supper to fine dining delights. Dinner is accompanied by carefully paired wines. During the week you will be served three gourmet dinners, one dinner from our International Taste menu and on one evening enjoy "Kaiseki" which is an exquisite 6 course Japanese inspired feast. Dinner is served on 5 night of your stay.

 

Let the good times flow 

The chalet provides an open bar of artisan beers, house wines, premium spirits including gin, vodka and single malts and mixers.They offer a 'Gin bar' with speciality tonics and a  'signature cocktail' is served each evening and Belstar Prosecco and the house Champagne is served throughout the week. There is a Champagne reception served on the evening of your choice during your stay. The chalet offer a selection of at least 8 house wines which are available throughout your stay.

Children & dietary requirements 

The chalet is happy to cater for specific dietary requirements, and will serve an earlier high tea for children (on 5 evenings). You can talk to your SkiBoutique PA about any specific requests from dietary requirements such as gluten free diets to birthday cakes and favourite dishes. We will do our very best to ensure that your wishes are granted and delivered in resort.

 

 

 

Availability

Winter 2020/2021 - NEXT SEASON

  Arrival Date Weekly Rate Status
December 2020 06 Dec 2020 EUR 35,500
13 Dec 2020 EUR 35,500
20 Dec 2020 EUR 49,900
27 Dec 2020 EUR 64,900
January 2021 03 Jan 2021 EUR 38,500
10 Jan 2021 EUR 36,900
17 Jan 2021 EUR 36,900
24 Jan 2021 EUR 39,900
31 Jan 2021 EUR 42,900
February 2021 07 Feb 2021 EUR 64,900
14 Feb 2021 EUR 42,900
21 Feb 2021 EUR 39,900
28 Feb 2021 EUR 39,900
March 2021 07 Mar 2021 EUR 39,900
14 Mar 2021 EUR 36,900
21 Mar 2021 EUR 36,900
28 Mar 2021 EUR 46,500
April 2021 04 Apr 2021 EUR 46,500
11 Apr 2021 EUR 39,900
18 Apr 2021 EUR 33,900
25 Apr 2021 POA Unavailable
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