Catered ski chalet and apartments in Vaujany Alpe d’Huez
Chalet Solneige is a charming ski chalet with comfortable rooms and excellent service. We offer a catered chalet, a self catered apartment and the brand new self catered chalet Amuse. The beautiful mountains, the outstanding skiing areas of Alpe d’Huez and Vaujany, excellent meals and true hospitality are the ingredients for an unforgettable wintersports or summer holiday, in family style.
Chalet Solneige offers you comfortable rooms. In the spring, summer and autumn we rent out the rooms on the basis of chambres d’hôtes, ie a room with breakfast. You can book the 3-course dinner (table d’hôtes) as an extra option. In winter we rent the rooms in principle on the basis of half board for a week, from Saturday to Saturday.
Family room for up to 4 people. The 1-person beds are switchable to 2-person beds. In spring, summer and autumn we offer the room with breakfast. You can book a 3-course dinner. In winter we rent the rooms in principle on a half-board basis for a week from Saturday to Saturday.
Chalet Solneige has two cozy and stylishly furnished 6-person apartments on the top floor of the chalet. Each with its own entrance and a beautiful south-facing balcony. We rent out the apartments on a self-catering basis. We offer a breakfast bread service.
Detached, complete chalet for up to 8 people with a beautiful view. The top two floors can accommodate 6 people and there is a separate studio on the ground floor for 2 people. Chalet Amuse is self catered, but you can book breakfast and / or dinner as an extra service if you wish.
Regulations regarding the Corona crisis change regularly. If there are no travel restrictions or lock downs, we are open for guests. Happy to welcome you! Would you like to know if you can stay with us? Then it is most convenient to call us, or send us an e-mail. We will provide you with information…
Unfortunately, the ski area will be closed for Christmas / New Years week. There are possibilities for snow walks and cross-country skiing. The French authorities have indicated that the ski lifts can be reopened from 20 January, if the number of COVID cases is below a certain limit.
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