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FAQ’s

Chalet Life:

Why is ‘ski to the door’ so important?

How close to the piste and La Clusaz is the chalet?

Is the chalet good for beginners?

What should I bring to the chalet?

How many does the chalet sleep?

If we ski on the last day can we leave our luggage somewhere?

La Clusaz:

How much snow is there?

Where’s good to eat and drink?

Booking and Payments:

How do I go about booking ski lessons?

Where do we go for ski-hire?

Holiday budget – How much will ski hire, ski pass and lessons cost for the week?

Travel:

Do you collect us from the airport and which airport should we fly into?

How far from Geneva airport is the Chalet?

What advice is there for drivers?

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Why is ‘ski to the door’ so important?

You are not tied to leaving a chalet in the morning at a set time to take courtesy transport and when you have finished skiing you do not have to wait for others who are late. No queuing for a ski bus to get to the slopes in the morning and no long walks. It’s skis off and straight to a comfy sofa for afternoon tea or a well earned drink at the bar or in the hot tub!

Our luxury chalets location is unparalleled in La Clusaz. Skiing from the door directly to the piste means a more pleasurable Alpine ski holiday at your pace in your time.

How much snow is there?

La Clusaz village is at 1100m but the skiing goes up to 2600m and the village has a superb snow record.  Most of the slopes face North/North East so the pistes keep the snow much longer then other ski resorts like Meribel that are at a similar height but face South.  The mountain of La Blame is a huge mountain and is loved by skiers and boarders and is open every season until the 1st may!  The slope down to the chalet is snow cannoned so skiing to the chalet door is always possible!

Why not take a look at the webcams here. Snow forecast here.

Luxury catered ski chalet le Panoramic La Clusaz offers guests unparalleled ringside views for La Clusaz’ awesome snow falls

How close to the piste and La Clusaz is the chalet?

Our family chalet is situated on the main piste down to the village and yes that means ski in ski out!

If you wish to pop down to the village of La Clusaz to do some shopping it is only a 5 minute walk!

How many does the chalet sleep?

Chalet Panoramic La clusaz has 30 beds. All rooms are newly refurbished and offer superior comfort with en-suite bathrooms.
Find out more about Chalet Panoramic here

If we ski on the last day can we leave our luggage somewhere?

We understand how much you’ll want to make use of those glorious slopes, and will be happy to hold onto your luggage for you!
Discover the slopes here!

Where’s good to eat and drink?

La Clusaz has some truly wonderful restaurants and bars all a snowballs throw from the chalet.
Why not peruse our top picks here!

How do I go about booking ski lessons?

We are more than happy to organize your lessons for you. Snowlife has used the local International Ski School for the past 15 years and they pride themselves on their English, their small group lessons and the luxury of your meeting place being on the piste outside the chalet!

Want to book some lessons please fill in our ski lesson form

Where do we go for ski-hire?

Snowlife has teamed up with La Clusaz premiere ski shop ‘Sport Boutique‘ to give you the best equipment hire available. Constantly updated equipment, superior service and 25% discount for our guests, what could be better? How about not worrying about ski hire? We’ll even drive you to the shop and return your kit at the end of your stay!

Holiday budget – How much will ski hire, ski pass and lessons cost for the week?

Coming soon with next season’s prices!

Do you collect us from the airport and which airport should we fly into?

We’d be delighted to collect you from Geneva Airport, connect quickly and easily with our staff, sit back and enjoy the start of your stress free holiday!

Is the chalet good for beginners?

Yes! Chalet Le Panoramic is perfect ~ there is a nursery slope just below our family chalet but if you would rather learn higher up at 1800m then there is the wonderful mountain of Beauregard – perfect for beginner’s  as it is a plateau. Usually after day two you can ski to the bottom of the Beauregard lift in the mornings but until then we will drive you to it at the beginning of the day!

What should I bring to the chalet?

Swimming costumes for the hot tub and a spirit bottle contribution for the bar!

How far from Geneva airport is the Chalet?

Chalet Le Panoramic and La Clusaz is only 1 hour from Geneva airport.

With a recent updating of the motorway system our clients are now enjoying an even more direct and peaceful journey that doesn’t wind up rickety old mountain passes, but instead delivers you directly and smoothly to the chalet door.
Simply settle back and let us drive you!

What advice is there for drivers?

We have comprehensive information on driving from the U.K to us here