MÉribel

Méribel was founded by Scotsman Colonel Peter Lindsay in 1938 when he built the first lift (a 31-seater fixed rope sled that was installed above Les Allues). His aim was to create a purpose built ski resort, which remained faithful to the mountains that surrounded it.

Though Méribel has grown into one of the great ski resorts and is at the heart of the largest and, for many, the finest ski area in the world, it has remained faithful, to this day, to Peter Lindsay’s aims. All the buildings in the town are constructed in the traditional Savoyarde style from wood and stone, making Méribel one of the most attractive ski resorts in France.

We offer five of the most luxurious ski chalets available in Méribel, situated in the resort’s most exclusive enclaves.

There is something for everyone in Méribel, convivial bars and every type of restaurant, from the Michelin Starred to the simple, offering crêpes and traditional Savoyarde cuisine. For non-skiers and skiers alike there are plenty of non-skiing diversions. There are many scenic walks around Méribel and Mottaret and many of the mountain restaurants can be accessed from the gondolas.

Sightseeing flights can be taken from the Altiport. There is the Olympic Ice Rink, swimming pool, a bowling alley, fitness centre, snow-mobiling and shops of every kind. Or why not just unwind in your chalet with a good book or watching a video. What could be more relaxing? For more details please visit the non skiing activities section.

The nightlife of Méribel is centred around The Taverne, Le Pub, Jack’s and Le Poste. Though if you are looking for a quieter drink we recommend the Grand Coeur or the Chaudanne hotels. And for those with the stamina Méribel has O'Sullivans nightclub (still known as Dick's by most people!) which is open till 4 in the morning.

“We offer five of the most luxurious ski chalets available in Méribel,
situated in the resort’s most exclusive enclaves.”

Restaurants

The list below is not exhaustive but gives details of a pretty good range of restaurants. Restaurants marked personare accessible on foot and/or by car. Those marked with a Dinner are also open and recommended for dinner.

The following list are our top picks in the valleys regardless of price or location that we can unreservedly recommend:

Courchevel

Méribel

Vallée de Bellville

To contact them from outside of France drop the zero and place +33 in front of the number

Restaurant Reviews

Courchevel Valley

Le Cap Horn €€€€€
Tel: 04 79 08 33 10
Massive outside seating area. Excellent service; high prices accompany the amazing food. One of the top ten restaurants in France according to the Times. I wouldn’t go that far but definately worth a stop during your stay.
person Where? Above Courchevel altiport. Web Site | Menu

Le Tremplin €€€
Tel: 04 79 08 06 19
Large terrace – a great place for people watching. A superb range of food… oysters, bulots, lobster, sushi, sea food platter, steaks, pizza; This used to be one of our favourites in the Three Valleys and we used to recommend it whole heartedly but we went only once in 2014 and not at all in 2015 because the service was quite simply appalling and the prices have been inflated (for reasons we all know!) beyond what represents good value. So our recommendation remains under review. If you do lunch here please let us know about your experience.
person Where? To the right of Jardin Alpin in the centre of Courchevel.

Chabichou €€€€
Tel: 04 79 08 00 55
This is one of the great restaurants in the Alps. Chef Michel Rochedy has been working his magic here since 1963. One can go a la carte or the €60.00 lunchtime menu offers exceptional value. This is definitely our (well Michael’s anyway) favourite restaurent in the Three Valleys. Not to be missed.
person Where? Courchevel 1850.

La Soucoupe €€€
Tel: 04 79 08 21 34
Self-service downstairs or small restaurant upstairs; chef cooks on open fire. Booking is essential. The food is reportedly very good but we are yet to try it.
Where? Top of Cretets chair lift and accessible from Chenus lift.

Le Bel Air €€€
Tel: 04 79 08 00 93
Friendly, efficient; excellent tiered sun terrace. Plat du jour and omelettes recommended. Booking necessary. Very popular with British holiday makers and understandably so. Not to be missed.
Where? Above 1650 at the top of Ariondaz.

Le Bistro du Praz €€€€
Tel: 04 79 08 41 33
This famous restaurant has gone through three changes of ownership since it was run by Charlie in the 80’s and 90’s. We fear that the most recent change has been for the worst. The style has been changed to a naff decor that is seen frequently in France and the menu has changed completely. No more Foie Gras. I suspect we wont be going back. A great shame. I first ate here in 1988. It feels like the passing of an era.
person Dinner Where? In the village of Le Praz.

Le Farcon €€€€
Tel: 04 79 08 88 34
La Tania is not the first place you would expect to find a one star Michelin restaurant and indeed when it first opened in 2006 it did not, in our opinion, warrant the award. Things have changed and for the better and we had a very good and very enjoyable dinner here at the beginning of the 2012 season and are now happy to recommend it for lunch and for dinner. That said we would choose other’s before going here.
person Dinner Where? In the village of La Tania.

Méribel Valley

Les Allodis €€€€
Tel: 04 79 00 56 00
One of the best restaurants in Méribel and certainly the best restaurant for lunch. However they changed the formula in 2011 to just offering a la carte with no menu de skieurs and the prices have effectively doubled. We only went once last year because we felt it no longer had quite the charm that it had before. That said we can highly recommend the cream of tagliatelle with chicken and foie gras and the puddings are to die for, though one is probably enough for two if not three people!
person Dinner Where? Opposite mid station of Rhodos bubble.

Le Blanchot €€€€
Tel: 04 79 00 55 78
This restaurant is so variable from season to season. We had several wonderful meals here in the summer sitting looking out over the golf course and the mountains behind but our one outing here (for lunch) in the winter of 2015 was incredibly disappointing. At least with Bernard’s return the service has changed considerably and for the better. Definitely worth a visit though.
person Dinner Where? Altiport, Lapin Piste

Le Cep €€€€
Tel: 04 79 22 46 08
The best restaurant in Méribel? If I was on holiday in Meribel for I would probablt eat here at least twice during my stay! It is that good. Alain and Kathy are the loveliest hosts in Meribel.
person Dinner Where? Altiport, Lapin Piste

Chez Kiki €€€€
Tel: 04 79 00 46 48
We recommend Kiki because of the food and the atmosphere but the service is hit and miss. And one has to be carefull. Reservations are frequently denied (though the last time was on Boxing Day 2012) and with reviews on TripAdvisor which make it plain that this happens far too common.

In my recent review I wrote "I think it is a case of this restaurant resting on its laurels too long and maybe after 49 years it needs a change of management?". Well Chez Kiki is under new management! So maybe what has gone before no longer applies. We will try

Monsieur Kiki continues to cook steaks, lamb and duck over the open fire in the middle of the restaurant but we understand as an employee rather than patron! Now open for lunch and dinner.
www.chez-kiki.fr/ person Dinner Where? Morel, Méribel Centre

Le Bouche à l'Oreille €€€
Tel: 04 79 40 51 04
The Three Michelin star chefs from La Bouitte, René and Maxime Meilleur, have opened a new gourmet bistro. Located at the top of the Roc des 3 Marches, at 2700 m altitude, the restaurant Le Bouche à l'Oreille recently underwent a complete transformation. Today the alpine design dining room seats 170 people and a large terrace on 2 levels seats a further 250 and offers superb 360 panoramic views.

We have not eaten since 2014 but reports are that it is excellent.
person Where? At 3 Marches, top of Plattieres bubble lift.

La Croix Jean-Claude
Tel: 04 79 08 61 05
Traditional style Savoyarde restaurant but not just cheese. Good food but at a price.
Where? Les Allues, accessible by the Village piste.

Les Crêtes €€
Tel: 04 79 40 51 04
Traditional style restaurant with low ceilings and wooden beams to match. Traditional menu. We like Les Crêtes for its simple food and friendly service. Can be very busy. No credit cards.
Where? Cherferie, top of Tougnete lift.

L’Ekrin €€€€€
Tel: 04 79 41 69 35
Méribel has finally got a Michelin star restaurant but the prices by any standard are eye watering, let alone for a one star restaurant. Needless to say we have not eaten here!
person Dinner Where? Méribel Centre

Grand Coeur €€€€€
Tel: 04 79 08 60 03
A grand restaurant in traditional hotel style but a little formal for a ski resort. We had lunch here once in 2015 and it was like a time warp. The chef either needs to get out more or be replaced.
person Dinner Where? Méribel Centre

Coeur de Cristal €€€
Tel: 04 79 22 46 09
We ate here for the first time in January 2012 and can highly recommend it. The service is wonderful, friendly, smiley and helpful. The menu is wonderful and wide ranging as is the wine list. The only downside is the management insist that clients take their bill to the cash desk. This restaurant is better than that. It simply means that the “madame” does not trust her staff, which is awful.
person Dinner Where? At the crossing point of the Rhodos and blue Marmottes run, 300m above the Rhodos gondolas mid-station.

L’Helios €€€€
Tel: 04 79 24 22 42
The Helios has been open since 2010 and is a welcome addition to slope side restaurants in Méribel. We have eaten a couple of times and have not been disappointed. But, the hotel and restaurant lack atmosphere
person Dinner Where? Route de la Renarde, Méribel. Doron piste towards the Tourist Office.

Le Mont de la Chambre €€€
Tel: 04 79 00 67 68
Good views from the top of the Côte Brune chairlift en route to Val Thorens. Smallish menu and gets busy peak season. Self-service.
Where? Centre of Mottaret

Pizzeria du Mottaret €€€
Tel: 04 79 00 40 50
Delightful. Welcoming, with wonderful pizzas and the best fondue and steak tartar that I have ever had. A visit to Méribel is not complete without at least one meal at The Pizzeria. Really the only place to eat in Mottaret.
person Dinner Where? Centre of Mottaret

Le Plantin €€€€
Tel: 04 79 04 12 11
The Plantin is situated on the road between Méribel Village and La Tania on the site of the (in)famous old Plantin restaurant. This is completely different. We have only visited this restaurant once; for dinner in the summer of 2009. The room is well designed and the service is good even if the smile was a little forced. The food was also good if a little un-exciting and I had expected more from this restaurant so I was slightly disappointed.
person Dinner Where? Le Plantin

Vallée de Belleville

La Bouitte €€€€€
Tel: 04 79 08 96 77
This is one of the most extraordinary restaurants not just in the Three Valleys but in France. This has been recognised by the awarding (finally) of the restaurant’s third Michelin stars in 2015. We have eaten here on several occasions and if you love your food you have to eat here at least once in your life! Booking essential
person Where? Saint Marcel – Martin de Belleville

Le Lachanal €€
For me this is loveliest restaurant in St Martin. The food has become more complex on change of ownership and it is not the great value it once was but still well worth a visit with friendly service and wonderful sun terrace. In my early days in Méribel I used to go here at least twice a month now it is more like once a season! Booking essential.
person Where? Behind the church in Saint Martin de Belleville

The Others

Courchevel

Le Roc Tania €€
Tel: 04 79 08 32 34
Simple but good food. Large terrace with sun all day.
Where? Top of Loze chair lift out of the altiport and the Col de la Loze 2 man from the Chenus.

Le Chalet de Pierres €€€€€
Tel: 04 79 08 18 61
Attracts a special clientele due to its extraordinary price. Food reputably good. A huge terrace and a little ice rink which is great for entertaining the children and a Mont Cler boutique. It does not make our recommended list because when ever we have stopped for a hot chocolate, a couple of times each season, it has taken an age to get served and this is not acceptable at this level.
person Where? Underneath Verdons lift, opposite the lake above 1850.

L’Altibar (Le Pilatus) €€
Tel: 04 79 08 20 49
Recently under new management. Varied reports on the food.
Where? Next to the Courchevel altiport

L’Arcensiel €
Tel: 04 79 08 38 09
The small outside seating area catches little sun, especially in early season. Good food is reasonably priced.
person Where? Top of the Verdons, below Saulire cable car.

Le Panoramic €€
Tel: 04 79 08 00 88
Rebuilt in summer 2001 after fire damage. Owned by the mayor of Courchevel. Food quite good, but prices not the most reasonable.
person Where? Situated at the top of Saulire cable car.

La Casserole €€
Tel: 04 79 08 06 35
Good food, though expensive; and the service isn’t up to much.
Where? The bottom of Signal chair lift.

L’Ours Blanc €€
Tel: 04 79 00 93 93
Good pizza and pasta, good size portions. Service gets slow when busy but prices reasonable
Where? Next to Ariondaz bubble in 1650.

L’Eterlou €
Tel: 04 79 08 25 45
Reasonable prices, wide menu. Good value food but the service can be slow.
Where? In 1650 itself, about 20m from the piste.

Le Kalico €
Tel: 04 79 08 20 28
The small outside sun terrace doesn’t get much sun. Standard menu (pizzas, burgers). Reasonably priced for 1850.
Where? Under the bridge in 1850.

Le Bouc Blanc €
Tel: 04 79 08 80 26
Good quality food, friendly service. Large sun terrace, better earlier in the day. Good views.
Where? Above the La Tania bubble.

Méribel

Adray Telebar €
Tel: 04 79 08 60 26
A sweet privately owned mountain hotel serving traditional Savoyard food.
personOnly after lifts have closed.
Where? Between Belvedere and 1600.

Les Castors €
Tel: 04 79 08 52 79
Convenient for La Chaudanne and lessons with Magic Academy. However, recent reports are of dreadful service and mediocre food. Give it a miss. Loses the sun pre 2pm early in the season and the service isn’t always that great.
person Where? Bottom of the trout.

Rhododendrons €
Tel: 04 79 00 50 92
Les Rhododendrons is convenient for beginners spending a lot of time on the Altiport. Not much character but quite reasonable prices. Self-service.
Where? Top of Rhodos Lift

Le Rond-Point €
Tel: 04 79 00 37 51
The food is no longer as well executed as before. Easy access for beginners and from the road. The terrace has the sun for the afternoon all season.
person Where? Just below mid station of Rhodos.

Pierres Plates €
Tel: 04 79 00 42 38
Just awful. Simply avoid. Self-service.
person Where? Top of Saulire

Le Chardonnet €€
Tel: 04 79 00 44 81
A traditional style restaurant with a wide menu and season-round sun.
Where? Pas du Lac mid-station

Chalet Togniat €
Tel: 04 79 00 45 11
Not too busy with only one chair lift out of Mottaret. Loses the sun early afternoon in December and January but a real sun-trap by March. Self-service.
Where? Bottom of Roc de Tougne lift

L’Arpasson €
Tel: 04 79 08 54 79
Large self-service restaurant. Sun-terrace isn’t much use early season but it’s the only stop around this side of the valley above Méribel.
Where? Opposite the Tougnete 1.

Côte Brune €€
Tel: 04 79 00 40 97
Easy to find, large sun-terrace, but as with all Mottaret restaurants is dropped into the shade by 2pm early season, so go up the Pas du Lac if you want a late lunch! Under new management and service better but I have yet to sample the food but with the Pizzeria du Mottaret just across the way, I probably won’t be any time soon .
person Where? Centre of Mottaret

Le Grenier €
Tel: 04 79 00 46 70
Traditional style restaurant that sits above the “Chrismaran” bar. Wide menu. Seating is all indoors bar a couple of tables on the small balcony. Reasonable prices too.
person Where? Centre of Mottaret

Au Temps Perdu €
Tel: 04 79 00 36 64
Ridiculously dressed waiters serve you a range of salads, crepes and eggs. Watch out for ice on the path behind the outdoor tables.
person Where? Centre of Mottaret

La Sittelle €
Tel: 04 79 00 43 48
Popular restaurant on the side of the Plattieres Blues. Small menu covering spaghetti, steak hache, saucisses and omelettes and cream freaks have to try the crazy chocolat chaud. Self-Service.
Where? Just above Plattieres 1 bubble.

Le Refuge €
Tel: 04 79 08 61 97
Always busy but generally disappointing. The family has been running this restaurant loger than I have been running Purple Ski and it shows. Not a place that I would rush back to.
person Where? Méribel high street

Val Thorens Valley

Chalet Plein Sud €
Tel: 04 79 00 04 27
As the name suggests, catches a lot of sun and has a correspondingly large outdoor area. Queues get big peak season though and they don’t really like giving out carafes of water unless, you pester them enough! Self-service.
Where? Top of Plein Sud chair lift.

Le Fast-Food €
Tel: 04 79 00 09 94
Not a restaurant as such but worth mentioning for its good sandwiches at a good price. If you just want to grab a bite, stop here.
Where? Val Thorens 2300

Les Rondelles €€
Excellent place to stop when it gets down to -20�C and your tongue has frozen to your zip. Warm your gloves by the open fire and have a “vin chaud”. Food isn’t cheap, but it’s quite good.
Where? Top of Moraine chair lift

Chalet les Deux Lacs €
Tel: 06 61 77 73 26
If you can’t get a seat at the restaurant there’s an ok snack-bar that serves quiche, small pizzas and chips. The restaurant is quite busy but food is reputedly quite good.
Where? Top of 2 Lacs & Moutiere chair lifts

Chalet du Thorens €
Tel: 04 79 00 02 80
Grab a hotdog at the snack-bar or head inside for something more substantial. Not a huge menu, but food is quite good.
Where? Bottom of Grand Fond cable car

Chalet de Caron €
Tel: 04 79 00 01 71
Popular stop when the sun’s out – huge outside seating area. Similarly huge queues at 1.15pm peak season. If you’ve got time, jump over the Cime de Caron and go to Plan Bouchet instead. Self-Service.
Where? Bottom of Cairn & Caron bubble lifts

L’Etape 3200 €
Tel: 06 80 62 82 93
Fantastic views from the top of the Cime de Caron; however, the loos are often out of order and the kitchen unable to cope with demand. Small outside seating area. Self-service.
Where? Top of Cime de Caron & Cime Caron cable car.

Chalet du Plan Bouchet €
Tel: 04 79 56 97 27
Small menu but big portions and an excellent Bolognaise. Busier now that the 4th valley has been extended, but still quiet compared to everywhere else and all season sun out on the terrace. Self-service.
Where? Near Cime de Caron & at the top of 3 vallees Express bubble from Orelle.

Chalet de Val Thorens €
Tel: 04 79 00 02 67
Good food in the restaurant upstairs, and excellent home-made pasta in the self-service underneath. Intriguing toilet layout. See for yourself.
Where? Above Val Thorens on Christine red run.

Les Roches Blanches €
Tel: 04 79 00 60 22
One of the quietest restaurants in the 3 valleys. Reasonable prices and loads of space inside and out. Check out the interesting translations at the end of the bar, e.g. Potage du jour = Potage in day. Excellent! Self-service.
Where? Masse mid-station, top of Rocher Noir chair lift.

Le Panoramic €
Tel: 04 79 22 80 60
Great views from the top of La Masse but can get a bit breezy outside. Try the lasagna if your stomach feels like it needs weighing down a bit. Self-service.
Where? At Pointe de la Masse, top of the Masse 2 bubble.

Trois Vallees €
Tel: 04 79 00 74 04
Cosy and doesn’t always get that busy. Try the hot lemon juice and check out the “tasteful” pictures of Les Menuires c.1970 on the wall. Food is the usual; omelettes, steak and pasta, interesting plat du jours.
Where? On Vallons blue run from Masse mid-station.

Le Chardon Bleu €€
Tel: 04 79 08 95 36
Good for all-season sun and slightly more up-m sun terrace. Go to one of the restaurants in the old town instead.
Where? Saint Martin de Belleville

Le Corbeleys €€
Tel: 04 79 08 95 31
Traditional menu and a comfortable rustic feel. Shares the all-season sun with Le Chardon Bleu and is probably a better bet for atmosphere..
Where? Saint Martin de Belleville

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Shops

The list below is not exhaustive but gives details of many of the shops in Méribel

Food Location Type Tel
AU PETIT SAVOYARD Méribel – La Chaudanne 04 79 00 33 02
BOUCHERIE PETIT Méribel – Centre Butcher 04 79 08 65 45
BOULANGERIE LES FLOCONS Méribel – Le Plateau Bakery 04 79 00 54 23
BOULANGERIE LES GLACIERS Méribel – Centre Bakery 04 79 08 60 27
CASINO SUPERMARCHE Méribel – Centre Supermarket 04 79 08 54 26
COOPERATIVE LAITIERE Méribel – Mussillon Cheese Coop 04 79 00 37 78
EPICERIE DU VILLAGE “VIVAL” LES ALLUES Supermarket 04 79 08 62 81
LA FROMAGERIE Méribel – Centre Cheese shop 04 79 08 55 48
LA GOURMANDINE Méribel – La Chaudanne Delicatessen 04 79 08 89 15
LE SALOIR Méribel – La Chaudanne 04 79 08 89 15
LE VILLAGE DES PAINS Méribel Village Bakery 04 79 08 59 26
PATISSERIE LES RAVINES Méribel – Centre Patisserie 04 79 00 38 87
SUPERETTE “8 A HUIT” Méribel-Mottaret Supermarket 04 79 00 45 56
SUPERETTE “SHERPA” 1700 Méribel-Mottaret Supermarket 04 79 00 40 91
SUPERETTE SPAR VILLAGE Méribel Village Supermarket 04 79 08 51 58
Various
AIER PHOTOGRAPHIQUE Méribel – La Chaudanne Photographic shop 04 79 00 33 50
COIFFURE GRAIN DE BEAUTE Méribel – Centre Hairdressers 04 79 08 60 44
COIFFURE LUDICOIFF Méribel – La Chaudanne Hairdressers 04 79 08 89 07
COIFFURE MARIE-THERESE BIS Méribel-Mottaret Hairdressers 04 79 00 40 63
LAVERIE PINGOUIN NET Méribel – La Chaudanne 06 82 28 20 72
Méribel OPTIC Méribel – La Chaudanne Optician/Sun Glasses 04 79 00 37 88
LES NOUVELLES DE SAVOIE Méribel-Mottaret 04 79 00 49 77
TABAC DES CIMES Méribel – Centre Tobacconist 04 79 08 63 01
HOME – DECO
LA BOUTIQUE DE CATHERINE Méribel-Mottaret 04 79 00 41 02
HOME DECO Méribel – Centre 04 79 00 55 86
LES LUTINES Méribel – La Chaudanne 04 79 01 15 51
Méribel ELECTRIC Méribel – Centre Electrician/Electric Goods 04 79 08 50 72
MONTILLON DECORATION Méribel – Centre 04 79 08 60 76
SCANDI Méribel – Centre Interior design & home decor 04 79 08 63 24
CLOTHES & ACCESSORIES
CAMBRIDGE (Hommes) Méribel – Centre 04 79 00 53 30
DIABOLO (Enfants) Méribel – Centre 04 79 08 60 54
LA MODE DES MONTAGNES Méribel – Centre 04 79 00 51 43
TAIKA Méribel – Centre 04 79 00 53 09

Non Skiing Activities

There is a myriad of non skiing activities in Méribel, whether you are a skier but want to take some time off from the slopes or a non-skier looking for some diversions during your stay.

Massages: Purple Ski is one of the few companies to employ in-housemasseuses in Méribel. We have two permanent � and highly qualified � holistic therapists on the team who are available to treat you at your chalet and help ease away the tensions of everyday life and even help with your long-term well-being. For details click here.

Snow-shoe Walking There is no better way for the non-skier to explore the history of the area and the wildlife than by snowshoe walking. Snow shoeing can be as relaxed or as energetic as you wish and is suitable for all ages. Mark Tennent at Simply Savoie offers day trips for 275 Euro per group of 1-4 people, and morning or afternoon trips for 160 Euro, but he can also arrange to accommodate larger groups. Mark can meet you at your chalet or another agreed meeting point.

All the trips are private, the outing is entirely tailored to your wishes: as an individual, a group of friends or as a family.

Parapenting: is offered by a number people from the top of Saulire to give you a unique experience of flying over the Méribel Valley.

Horse Drawn Sleigh: Enjoy the beautiful Lac Tueda on the edge of the Parc National de Vanoise from a traditional horse drawn sleigh. To reserve call +33 (0)6 03 55 20 89.

Hot Air Ballooning: See mountains from the air. It looks peaceful and serence but it is not always the case but it has got to be one of the great ways to see the mountains. Hot Air Ballooning departs from Courchevel Altiport. For details call contact Ski Vol Courchevel on +33 (0)4 79 08 41 82

Plane Flights: Plane flights are available from Méribel Altiport. They will take you for a flight around the Méribel Valley or The Three Valleys or for the ultimate flight around Mont Blanc and back. We can highly recommend it. For reservations call Mribel’Air on +33 (0) 4 79 01 10 22.

Ice Karting: Every Monday evening at 9pm the Olympic Ice Skating rink is transformed into a race track. You can go-kart around the ice rink. Anyone over the age of 10 years and 1.40m tall can take part, wrap up warm and book in advance. A 10 minute session costs 20.

Ice Rink: This arena, with a capacity of 2400, hosts international ice hockey matches, skating galas and other events. It is open for public skating daily from 4pm until 7.30pm and on Thursday evenings until 9.30pm.

Méribel Resort Summary

Resort Summary
Currency:
Resort Altitude: 1450m (4757ft)
Winter season: December to April
Area: French Alps
Purpose built: Yes
Nearest town: Moutier
Adult pass: 1 day: 48.5 euro
Adult pass: 6 days: 241 euro
Child pass: 1 day: 36.5 euro
Child pass: 6 days: 181.5 euro
Family pass: 6 day: 771 euro
Ski region: The Three Valleys
Lift-linked resorts: Courchevel, Méribel, Val Thorens, Les Menuires, La Tania, St-Martin-de-Belleville
Lifts & Slopes
Highest lift: 3200m (10498ft)
Lowest lift: 1300m (4265ft)
Vertical drop: 1900m (6233ft)
Number of lifts: 51
Uplift capacity: 65000 p/hr
Number of slopes: 74
Beginner: 60%
Intermediate: 28%
Expert: 12%
Total piste length: 150km
Snowboard parks: 2
Cross country: 33km
Tourist Office
Tourist office: Méribel Office du Tourisme
Address: BP 1, Méribel Savoie
Country: France
Zip Code: F 73551
Tel: +33 (0)4 79 08 60 01
Fax: +33 (0)4 79 00 59 61
Email: info@Meribel.net
Website: www.meribel.net
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