Charlotte, sleeps 9, La Rosiere
A traditional ski in, ski out chalet located just 50 metres from the nearest lift
A family ski specialist runs this chalet; to book into this chalet you must have at least one child in your group.
Chalet Charlotte is located very close to several other family friendly chalets in La Rosiere. The location is perfect, not only ski in/out but just 50 metres walk from the nearest lift. A successful family ski holiday is generally dependent on convenience; they don’t come more convenient than this one.
Chalet Charlotte is a traditional style property sleeping 9 guests in 2 family suites, each with its own en suite bathroom.
What's included in catering
6 x evening meals, 7 x breakfasts and 6 x afternoon tea
One of our favourite family friendly chalets thanks to its amazing location and excellent childcare services.
One of the joys of choosing to take a catered chalet or Chalet Hotel ski holiday is that you’re not doing the cooking. Your staff prepare and serve breakfast, afternoon tea and a 3 course evening meal including wine and coffee, on six days a week in our . On the staff day off, a continental breakfast will be provided for you.
The staff night off gives you a chance to sample some of the delicious local restaurants an ensure that you don’t leave the Alps without your fill of Weiner Schnitzel or Fondue! Our Baby Listening Service ensures that you can enjoy your meal out without worry.
High standards are set for your cuisine, training our staff extensively before the season starts to ensure that you will enjoy every meal.
Breakfast is served buffet-style with a selection of cold options including a choice of cereals or porridge, cold meats, cheese and preserves, bread (and croissants in France), fruit juices, tea and coffee and a cooked breakfast of bacon, sausage, eggs and beans.
On the staff day off, a continental style breakfast is laid out for you to help yourselves.
Every day, apart from our staff day off, a home-baked cake and tea and coffee making facilities are laid out for you to help yourself when you return from the slopes.