Elevation Alps Launch a New Luxury Self Catering Chalet Company in Morzine, France


A new travel operation has been launched in Morzine that caters for the luxury end of the market with a selection of chalets in prime locations.

Elevation Alps offers a selection of high-end properties that sleep between 6 and 12 people with spacious accommodation – all chalets have either 3, 4 or 5 bedrooms and are kitted out with the very best interiors and facilities, including hot tubs, saunas, Bose sound systems, state of the art kitchens and outside spaces. The new-build properties have been designed in a traditional chalet style whilst offering the convenience of a modern holiday home.

For the winter 2016-17 there are 6 properties available to rent by the week with prices starting at €2,000 (Altaka 1, sleeps 6, self-catering). If guests would prefer to add additional services then packages are built into the holiday, for example: Private Chef for a night or the whole week and anything in-between, resort transfers, grocery shopping, ski hire, wine delivery, childcare and spa treatments.

Kathryn Leake, Operations Manager of Elevation Alps, comments:

We spotted a gap in the market for luxury ski properties in Morzine that provided the flexibility of self-catering for guests who like to do their own thing whilst staying in high-end accommodation. Our chalets are in prime locations and are all new-build, high-spec and spacious – the kind of properties that match the modern expectations of guests who demand something a cut above the rest. Our full concierge services allows our guests to build their own holiday experience plus they get to choose the best service providers in town.  In the example of a chef this makes the world of difference, they get the chef of their choice as opposed to a briefly trained seasonaire.

Elevation Alps chalets are available throughout the year – the winter season in Morzine starts on December 17, 2016.

About Morzine

The ski resort of Morzine is a traditional Alpine town approximately one hour’s drive from Geneva Airport, in the North Western corner of the French Alps. The ski area is part of the Portes du Soleil, one of the world’s largest ski areas, straddling the French and Swiss border, with skiing in both countries linked by ski lifts and covered on one pass. The vast ski area is suitable for all levels of skiers and snowboarders and has a good snow record, due to its proximity on the northern edge of the Alps.

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