Premier luxury chalet operator Purple Ski, who offer exceptional properties across the French Alps, has recently announced the opening of the stunning new Chalet Harmony in Méribel which is available for bookings this current ski season and for the upcoming 2024/25 season.
The luxurious Chalet Harmony offers plenty of room in which to relax after a day on the slopes with its 625 square metres of space and can sleep up to 15 people in seven bedrooms across four floors.
The chalet is located in Méribel’s central Duo du Pont area and only a two-minute drive to the main ski lift area at La Chaudanne. It is extraordinarily well equipped, with a billiard table, an in-chalet cinema, Wi-Fi, swimming pool, spa, gym and ski room. And as well as having its own underground private car park, it also has a well-stocked wine cellar. But it is perhaps the 70 square metre penthouse suite located on its own floor at the top of the chalet that is the crowning glory and is one of the largest suites in Méribel, where you can wake up to some wonderful panoramic views across the resort and mountains every morning.
The other six bedrooms also have their own balconies with magnificent views across the mountains and resort, purposely positioned so that they catch the sunrise to get your day off to the best possible start.
After a full day on the slopes, there is plenty to do for some post-ski relaxation, as the spacious 200 square metre first floor is devoted to entertainment and relaxation. For example, you can spend the late afternoon watching the alpine world go by from the warmth of the cosy spa, with wonderful views of the skiers and mountains from the hot tub. Alternatively, you can simple flake out in the impressive cinema room with its tiered seating and enjoy a lazy movie night.
However, if you fancy entertaining, then why not invite some friends over, as Chalet Harmony’s magnificent living area is the perfect setting for some early evening cocktails, bubbly and canapés by the log fire, before sitting down at the large dining table for a delicious meal prepared by the dedicated Purple Ski chef. And there is no need to worry about what Champagne or wine you should serve your guests, as there is unlimited Veuve Clicquot and Taittinger Champagne throughout your stay and the wine cellar is extremely well stocked, including Purple Summer’s very own unique Viognier wine created using grapes picked from the Château de Candie in Chambéry, which pairs perfectly with a platter of local charcuterie.
While staying at Chalet Harmony, as with all chalets in the Purple Ski collection, you will have access to a team of staff who look after daily housekeeping, offer a private chauffeured minibus service around the resort, and there is even an in-chalet ski and boot fitting service as well as a dedicated concierge service on hand to organise private airport and helicopter transfers, restaurant reservations, ski lessons, spa treatments, childcare and unique experiences to help make your skiing holiday extra special and perhaps even an adventure of a lifetime.
Joanna Laforge, Commercial Director at Purple Ski said:
“At Purple Ski we know that the perfect skiing holiday isn’t just about skiing, and the Purple Ski difference is evident from the moment guests book our brand new Chalet Harmony. From the extensive balcony and terrace spaces, offering panoramic views across the mountains, to the exquisite dining and wine offerings, and the unrivalled entertainment areas, Chalet Harmony has missed no detail to ensure guests’ non-ski time is as perfect as the skiing. Whether booked as a family or group of friends, the team at Chalet Harmony do everything they can to ensure guests’ Purple Ski experience exceeds all expectations, every time.”
A seven-night stay at Chalet Harmony starts from €41,955 on a catered basis. For more information or to make a booking, please visit: www.purpleski.com/chalets/harmony, and for more information on Purple Ski’s full selection of luxury catered ski chalets across Méribel, Courchevel and Val d’Isère, please visit: www.purpleski.com.
Simon Burrell is Editor of Our Man On The Ground, a former member of The British Guild of Travel Writers and professional photographer.
Photographs courtesy of Purple Ski