Newly built, every aspect of this apartment has been carefully considered to make your holiday as stress-free and relaxing as possible. The Scandinavian-style hot tub on the terrace is a case in point — what better vantage point for admiring the mountains after a hard day on the slopes? While you’re soaking, you might want to think about how you spend the evening. You could wander eight minutes down the road to check out the infamous Morzine nightlife, or make your own fun at home.
One thing’s for sure, there’s ample comfy seating to ensure you won’t be fighting for sofa space if you want to curl up and watch the latest Netflix film on the Ultra HD TV. If experimenting with the local produce is more your bag, make yourself at home in the fully-equipped kitchen. A large fridge-freezer is just waiting to be filled with the excellent cheese and wine that’s produced almost on the doorstep, while a four-ring induction hob and full-sized oven gives anyone who fancies themselves as a Jamie or Nigella free reign. The large dining table sits eight comfortably, and a dishwasher means there’s no reason not to sit there a little longer, whether you’re nursing just one more glass of wine, or an excellent after-dinner coffee, care of the Nespresso machine.
The four spacious bedrooms, with hotel-style en suite amenities, can be configured with twin beds or king size beds, depending on the make up of your group, and all have plenty of storage space — although a washing machine and tumble dryer mean you can pack light and the ski locker (with ski boot driers) also helps. (Note: one of the bedrooms is full size but does not have a window).
While the resort centre is just an eight-minute walk from the apartment, the easiest way to access the Pleney or Avoriaz ski lifts is by the regular free resort bus. The nearest stop is just a one-minute walk away and will whisk you there in five minutes. Should you prefer to drive yourselves around, there’s dedicated private parking on site.