Bright and spacious
Here at Chalet Alice we have created a very comfortable and spacious home away from home with a warm mountain ambiance. The open plan living areas offer a bright yet cozy place to relax with breathtaking views of the mountains. The five ensuite bedrooms are furnished to a high standard, sleeping 14 very comfortably.
The location of Chalet Alice is perfect for exploring all that the Portes du Soleil has to offer. Morzine village with it’s great choice of shops, restaurants and bars is within easy walking distance and the free ski bus stops right outside the chalet. Situated on the south side of the valley, the evening sunshine floods into the chalet allowing you to relax on the balconies taking in the breathtaking views.
Open all year round
Winter, summer and everything in between. If your passion is for skiing, snowboarding, sledging or snowman building come and visit us from December to April. If you enjoy mountain biking, road biking, hiking, swimming, golf or sunbathing we are open from June to September. We would also love to see you in the in between times if you are looking for a tranquil, relaxing break soaking up the mountain atmosphere and breathing in the amazing views.
Two spacious lounges. One for the adults, one for the kids
The mezzanine level is where all the fun is at with entertainment heaven for both big & little “kids”! The ground floor is the quieter, more relaxing lounge area. Curl up on the sofas with a book, listen to music, take in the amazing mountain views, the perfect place to chill! Plus you are never far from the tea, coffee, cake and honesty bar!
Dine in comfort
The best place to catch up with friends after the mountain
There is nothing better than sharing your adventures from the day (or night!!) and catching up with friends, new and old, over a delicious home cooked meal whilst drinking free flowing wine. Of course it always helps to dine in comfort watching the sun dip down over the mountains!
Nintendo Wii Console.
Not into sports so much? Then Wii Party has a selection of over 80 mini-games to keep you amused.
Retro Arcade Machine.
Satellite TV & Video.
Organisation. We’ve got it all covered.
Let us do the hard work and get all the little bits sorted before you even arrive.
Morzine lift passes.
Allow us to pre-buy your Morzine lift pass for you. We will have them waiting for you when you arrive, saving you time & hassle on your first day.
We offer competitively priced door-to-door Morzine transfers from Geneva airport to our chalet so that you don’t have to worry about when and how you’ll get to us.
Ski & snowboard lessons.
We understand that skiing and snowboarding for the first time or skiing again after a long break can be a scary prospect! We only recommend patient, calm, English speaking Morzine Ski Schools who will do everything to make you feel safe and have fun.
Ski hire delivered to the door.
We’ve teamed up with All Mountain Rental saving you 20% on all equipment hired. All Mountain Rental are a British run, morzine ski hire specialist stocking high quality, up to date equipment that gets delivered to and collected from Chalet Alice! Book online and avoid busy queues in the shops on your first day.
At a glance.
Chalet Alice has it all.
- Sleeps 14.
- Sunday changeover.
- Outdoor hot tub.
- Indoor sauna.
- Breakfast & afternoon tea served daily.
- 3 course evening meals, 6 nights.
- All bedrooms ensuite.
- 2 widescreen t.v.’s.
- Broadband internet + wifi.
- Two living/lounge areas.
- Nintendo Wii with plenty of games.
- Retro cocktail arcade machine.
- Private safe in all bedrooms.
- DVD & book library.
- Roaring log fire.
- Honesty bar.
- Childcare facilities in-house.
- Child cots available.
- Complimentary shuttle to and from ski lifts.
- 900 metres from lifts + slopes.
- 25 or so metres from bus-stop.
See you again.”
Had an amazing weeks holiday with family and friends. George & Laura you were brilliant, excellent food and brilliant hosts.
Thanks to Robin & Milly for everything and a great days ski tour!
Lots of love and hope to see you soon.”
Definitely sad to go home.”