Ski chalet holidays in Les Arcs area

Chalet Meleze

Les Arcs, Paradiski, France: catered, sleeps up to 14 Seventy3 Chalets offer a comfortable chalet in the beautiful village of Peisey in the heart of the Paradiski ski area

Chalet Meleze

  • Chalet Melezes is 6 years old, of a modern design, but with all the features of a typical savoyard mountain chalet.
  • It's just a 5-10 minute walk to the lift which takes you swiftly to the bottom of the slopes in Plan Peisey. From here you have a choice, either to venture through the tree lined pistes of Vallandry and into the Les Arcs resort, or take the 'Vanoise Express' lift which links Les Coches and La Plagne to create the 'Paradiski' area.
  • If you are a proficient boarder or skier we will be happy to show you around the mountain if you require. If you are new to winter sports we can point you to slopes most suited to your abilities.
  • As a small company Seventy 3 Chalets can provide a personal service to help you get the most from your holiday!


  • 7 twin en-suite rooms, allowing a maximum occupancy of 14 guests.  
  • Lounge with open fireplace, tv/dvd/video and games console.
  • Large sunny terrace offers stunning views of the valley and surrounding peaks.
  • Underfloor heating.
  • Free WIFI


bar,  games console,  iPod docking station,  open fireplace,  private parking (open),  satellite/cable TV,  terrace,  wifi (free public area),  wifi/internet access


A 3 course evening meal with wine is lovingly prepared everyday (except chalet staff night off) by Caz, our highly experienced chef.  With 16 years experience working in cafes, restaurants, yachts and chalets around the world, she combines fresh global flavours with simple French delicacies.


  • 6 days of sumptuous 3 course meals with wine (chalet staff day off - mid week)
  • breakfasts and afternoon tea every day
  • linen and towels included
  • We can arrange for your lift passes to be ready for you on arrival, so you can get out on the slopes with least possible hassle.
  • Ski and board hire, lessons and other activities such as husky rides and parapenting can also be arranged through us.

Resort & location information:

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Resort name: Les Arcs

Ski area: Paradiski Country: France Amenities: accrobranche,  biathlon courses,  bowling,  bus station,  cash withdrawal facility,  childcare,  cinema,  climbing wall,  cross country skiing,  cycling,  doctor,  dog sled rides,  fishing,  fitness centre,  huski dogs,  ice grotto,  ice rink,  lake,  mountain biking,  night skiing,  railway station,  ski school,  skiing,  skiing/snowboarding,  snowshoe walking,  spa,  supermarket,  swimming pool (indoor),  tourist office
tel: France - +33 (0)629 885 661
Advertiser with Chalets Direct since: November 2005

Guest reviews:

Review posted online by Sonja Lawrence

"We have just returned from a wonderful stay at chalet seventy3. The skiing was suberb, the food was 5 star quality with Caz's amazing attention to detail making every meal a highlight. The comfortable homely atmosphere also made it a perfect place to wind down at the end of the day. With two young children we were nervous as to how we would all cope but Caz and Dave could not have done more to make it as easy as possible. We could not recommend the chalet highly enough it ticked all the boxes; spotlessly clean, fantastic hosts, great company, delighful French village for early evening walks and within easy access to an amazing ski area. Will definately be booking up early for next year!

Stayed March 2012, travelled with family"
06 Jun 12

Lets start at the beginning because its the best plc tst

" Best place to stay in the whole resort of Paradiski.
Food is to die for. Service is 100%.
Wonderful company and absolutely the kindest and accommodating hosts.

I have four children who ski Paradiski as if it is their backyard and yet i do feel that Caz and Dave do feel like family and that this is my second home!!
If you ski and you like good food then this is not just good value it it is the epitomy of chic, cheeky, fun"
LenDalton 26 Feb 11