About Chalet Blackcomb
Chalet Blackcomb comfortably sleeps ten guests in five twin or double bedrooms, each complete with an ensuite bath or shower room. The main two bedrooms share a large south-facing private balcony with an outdoor hot tub, so you can relax and soak in the bubbles while soaking in the expansive snowy mountain views.
Bedecked in natural wood and gorgeous textiles, this phenomenal Alpine chalet features an open-plan living and kitchen area. Relax in style with a glass of bottomless Perrier-Jouët Champagne in front of the fireplace while enjoying the delicious smells coming from the kitchen as you watch your chef prepare your bespoke 3-course dinner.
Separated from the Living/Kitchen area by a floor-to-ceiling glass wall, Chalet Blackcomb boasts an open plan dining and second large lounge area, complete with an open fireplace. This space opens out onto a large private balcony with incredible views overlooking the valley. After enjoying your evening meal, why not sit back while listening to the crackle of the fire, take in the breath-taking vistas and unwind with the cheese course and a glass of your favourite drink from the well-stocked open chalet bar.
Featuring natural stone and wood, the ground floor is home to a large indoor swimming pool, shower, and bathroom. Your chalet team can also arrange your favourite type of massage or spa treatment to make your stay that extra bit special.
This floor also features a boot room with heated boot warmers and a separate covered garage if you opt to drive to Val d’Isère.
Chalet Blackcomb is perfectly located in the snow-sure high-altitude ski resort Val d’Isère. It is only a short drive in your private chalet-to-piste shuttle to the main Front De Neige or La Daille ski areas. From there, you have access to a whole range of pistes from beginner slopes to world-famous black runs and even several ski touring routes spanning all of Val d’Isère and Tignes.
Situated in the private domain of Cacholet, this luxury ski chalet is a 2-minute drive from the centre of the resort where you can explore all the local shops, restaurants, and bars.
Chalet Blackcomb is the perfect relaxed ski chalet holiday destination for families and friends. Scroll down to check availability and pricing.
Sold and managed on behalf of Cannell Immobilier.
- 1 x Double/twin bedroom with en-suite shower, balcony
- 1 x Double/twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom
- 3 x Double/twin bedroom with en-suite shower room
2 minute drive
2 minute drive
Price from:€29,800 per week View Availability
Features & Entertainment
Open plan living area
South facing balconies
Ski room with heated boot warmers
Outdoor Hot Tub
The Camel Snow Promise
We can help arrange all this and more, at no extra cost!
- Private transfers to and from the resort
- Lift passes
- Ski equipment hire
- Private ski guides, heli-skiing and ski lessons
- In-chalet massages
- Non-skiing activities
- Pre-arrival shopping service
- Helicopter transfers
- Party planning
- Corporate event planning
- Please enquire about any other specific service requests
- Week Commencing
- Bed & Breakfast
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Part of the Espace Killy ski region, Val d’Isere is a popular resort for British skiers. The vast ski area offers terrain for all abilities, with over 300km of pistes and excellent snow coverage. Not for the faint-hearted, the confident intermediate or advanced skier can take on the infamous ‘Le Face’ run, which used to function as the Olympic downhill course, and one to visit if you really want to make those legs burn. There are also two nursery areas near the centre of town, making this a great destination for families.Explore Val d’Isère
Great snow record
Terrain for all abilities
Lively après ski scene
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