Escape the crowds this winter to the ‘jewel’ of Sainte Foy for an Exclusive Luxury Ski Holiday with Première Neige
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If you want a memorable ski holiday in France then look no further than an exclusive luxury holiday with Première Neige in Sainte Foy
Première Neige is a luxury chalet company dedicated to providing outstanding ski holiday experiences in the beautiful mountains of Sainte Foy. From large groups to couples, guests can choose from a carefully curated portfolio of over 30 of the finest catered and self-catered properties, which include the very best luxury chalets and apartments in the heart of Sainte Foy. To complement the chalet offering, Première Neige also provides guests with a unique concierge service to ensure a truly personalised and memorable experience.
Sainte Foy is a boutique mountain resort which offers terrific skiing, luxurious accommodation, and a family-friendly atmosphere. It is situated in close proximity to Geneva, Lyon and Grenoble airport making it very accessible across numerous flight routes yet it remains an uncrowded haven for ski lovers - even during peak school holidays!
A picture-perfect example of how less is more, Sainte Foy has a small ski lift system with only four main lifts running, yet it offers a range of ski possibilities. From incredibly spacious slopes for beginners and tree lined tracks for the bad weather days, to back country, off-piste excitement for the adrenalin junkies, Sainte Foy skiing caters to all levels and preferences.
After a hard day of hitting the slopes, guests can enjoy delicious dining options in the town of Sainte Foy or retreat back to their authentic and charming accommodation where Première Neige can organise a relaxing spa treatment.
One of the best kept secrets in the French Alps, Sainte Foy is often referred to as the 'jewel in the crown' because of its central location and beauty, nestled between 4 other world class ski resorts: Val d'Isère, Tignes, Les Arcs and La Rosière/LaThuile.
For those seeking a multi-resort ski experience, look no further than Première Neige's platinum luxury Chalet Merlo. Situated in the authentic village of Le Miroir the chalet comes with a complimentary minibus and chauffeur service and is perfectly situated for quick access to any of the above mentioned resorts. As well as offering the opportunity of the most amazing skiing in the world, the chalet itself is truly beautiful. With stunning panoramic vistas of the Tarentaise valley from its chalet-length balcony windows, its 6 en-suite bedrooms sleep up to 12 people comfortably. Designer interiors, a fully-equipped gym spread over two floors, a private massage suite, a hot tub and sauna facilities make this accommodation uniquely special.
Chalet Merlo also comes with a dedicated team consisting of a professional chef, host and a chauffeur to ensure a seamless visit. As well as its great location for multi-resort skiing, there is a helipad within walking distance of the chalet making it highly desirable for unique heli-skiing excursions and helicopter airport transfers.
The Première Neige team work hard to ensure that help and support is always on hand, in addition to ensuring that the highest standard of accommodation and service is provided. Exclusively with Première Neige, our experienced team strive to make your holiday experience perfect and memorable.
For further information, contact www.premiere-neige.com or call 0131 510 2525.
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