Mont Blanc | Haute-Savoie | France
The village Chamonix, where the first olympic winter games took place in 1924, is situated in the middle of a winter wonderland at the bottom of the Mont Blanc. The oldest ski station of the Alps has always been attracted by skiers from all over the world. Most of our accommodations are situated only a couple of meters away from the cable car station
Aiguille du Midi, in the lively area of Chamonix South. It takes only a couple of minutes to get to the car free promenade with shops, restaurants and bars and ski bus stop. The ski bus takes you to the ski areas of Brévent, La Flégère and Grand Montets/Argenière .
The unique mountain village of Servoz at about 14 km (~18 min. by car) from Chamonix has long been part of France's mountaineering heritage and is familiar to climbers everywhere. Settled calmly at the foot of the magnificent Fiz Mountains, the village is steeped in authenticity, standing guard over the valley and providing a magnificent vista acrossto its 'big brother', Mont Blanc. You ski either at Les Houchers - approx. 12 minutes by car - or in Charmonix, approx. 18 minutes by car. Winter activities such as snowshoe hiking and ski alpinism (with a guide) are possible near the chalet.
Discounts of up to 45% on ski and snowboard rental are available at our partner company SKISET Chamonix. You can book online directly on