Husky, sleeps 10-14, La Plagne

A modern chalet apartment in La Plagne Montchavin with it's own Outdoor Hot Tub


Chalet Husky is a new addition in La Plagne Montchavin, alongside sister Chalets Chocolat and Grizzli. These chalets were introduced in 2017 and are located right by the slopes next to the Les Coches bubble giving fantastic access to the Paradiski area. They are also just a short walk from the resort centre and the small selection of bars and restaurants that Les Coches has to offer.

The chalet can accommodate a minimum of 10 or maximum of 14 guests across 6 bedrooms, including 2 bedrooms that share a bathroom and 4 ensuite bedrooms one of which is a family suite. The crowning glory of the chalet is the hot tub on the terrace overlooking this magnificent ski area.


*Please note, this chalet is also available on a self-catered basis for 2020/2021 season.

What's included in catering

5 x evening meals, 7 x breakfasts and 7 x afternoon tea

Our opinion

An affordable luxury chalet apartment in La Plagne Montchavin

Catered accommodation only
Saturday to Saturday
Hot Tub Access
Ski In, Ski Out

This chalet only employs professional chefs who have had experience in restaurants. You will have the opportunity to eat restaurant-quality food every night, exquisitely presented and tasty to match. The chefs design and set their own menus, which means they are passionate about what they create. They also know that skiers don’t want tiny portions, so they ensure that your dinners will also satisfy the hungriest of athletes!

Your holiday in this chalet consists of five fully-catered days including breakfast, afternoon tea and a 4-course dinner. The staff have two days off so that you get the opportunity to sample the local cuisine in the village in the evening (as continental breakfast and afternoon tea are still provided, even on the days-off).

Breakfast is plentiful, with a choice of cereals, croissants and breads, fruit yoghurts, porridge – and a cooked option 5 days out of 7. Not just an egg slapped on your plate though – they will serve a variety of sausages, bacon, beans, mushrooms, eggs done all ways throughout the week (as well as other great breakfast options as individually chosen by your chef too!)

Afternoon tea is a tradition not to be missed after a long day on the slopes. A freshly baked cake or biscuits, French baguettes and a selection of teas and filter coffee waiting on the table for your arrival. On colder days mulled wine may await you on your return!

Dinners are sumptuous 4-course affairs, using fresh, seasonal ingredients, ending with a selection of local cheeses to try. Dinners are accompanied by unlimited, bottled red and white wine at the table.

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