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What food and drink is included on a chalet holiday?

Our chalet board basis is designed for skiers and boarders. Start every morning with an extensive continental breakfast and cooked options on most days. Your daily afternoon tea of freshly baked cakes and biscuits will be waiting for you when you come in from the slopes.

 

Evening meals are a three-course set menu with regionally inspired dishes and free-flowing wine throughout the week, all followed by fresh coffee. We provide evening meals six nights a week leaving you free to head out and explore the resort on one evening.

Available at Neilson Chalet Motxo, Andorra, Neilson Chalet Alexandre, Neilson Chalet Sandy and Neilson Chalet Chartreuse in Les Deux Alpes, France, Neilson Chalet Le Valentin in Sauze d'Oulx, Italy, Neilson Chalet Gertrud Gabl and Neilson Chalet Mini Gabl in St Anton, Austria.

What food and drink is included in a Neilson Mountain Collection Hotel?

Breakfast is a fairly extensive affair with cooked and continental options every day. Your daily afternoon tea of freshly baked cakes and biscuits will be waiting for you when you come in from the slopes.

 

Your seven evening meals consist of three courses with regionally inspired dishes all followed by fresh coffee. Wine is not included with your meals, you can buy drinks to accompany your meal from the bar.

 

Available in Neilson Hotel La Toviere, Neilson Hotel Del Clos, Neilson Hotel Aalborg and Neilson Hotel Le Menuire & Spa.

What food and drink is included in a Neilson Mountain Collection Chalet Hotel?

Breakfast with cooked and continental options is included every day. Your daily afternoon tea of freshly baked cakes and biscuits will be waiting for you when you come in from the slopes.

 

Evening meals are a three-course set menu with regionally inspired dishes and served with complimentary wine, all followed by fresh coffee. We provide evening meals six nights a week leaving you free to head out and explore the resort on one evening. 

Available at Neilson Chalet Hotel Casale, Andorra, Neilson Chalet Hotel Edelweiss, Sauze d'Oulx, Italy and Neilson Chalet Hotel Dolomites Inn, Val di Fassa, Italy, Neilson Chalet Hotel Montjola, Austria, Neilson Chalet Hotel le Cret, Les Deux Alpes, France and Neilson Chalet Hotel Turquoise, La Plagne, France.

Weather and resort stats for El Tarter, Andorra

Andorra’s ski season typically runs from December to April. It has an excellent snow record and thanks to recent investment, over 1,000 snow cannons cover around 65% of the Grandvalira ski area, guaranteeing snow coverage throughout the season. 


Resort altitude: 1800m
Skiing altitude: 1710m to 2590m
Ski area size: 210km in the Grandvalira area
Number of runs: 114
Category of runs: Easy 47%, medium 37% & difficult 16% 
Lifts: 4 magic carpets, 6 rope tows, 27 drags, 26 chairlifts, 3 gondolas and 2 cable cars
Night skiing: No
Glacier: No
Cross country trails: 30km
Snowmaking: 65% runs covered
Resort bus: Yes

Weather and resort stats for St Anton, Austria

St Anton is one of the best ski areas in the world. It has over 300kms of marked runs, some huge off-piste areas and awe-inspiring scenery. With four mountains to explore and loads of steep drops, it’s a great addition to the mighty Arlberg region. 
 
A new lift links Lech, Zürs, Stuben and St Christoph so intermediate and advanced skiers and boarders now have the perfect playground! Snow cannons cover 72% of the runs and the ski season runs from December to April.


Resort altitude: 1304m
Skiing altitude: 1304m to 2811m
Ski area size: 305km in the Arlberg area
Number of runs: 134
Category of runs: 43% blue, 40% red and 17% black
Lifts: 28 drags, 45 chairlifts and 15 gondolas 
Night skiing: No
Cross country trails: 80km
Snowmaking: 72% runs covered
Resort bus: Yes

Weather and resort stats for our French ski resorts

La Plagne

Snowsure La Plagne with over 240 perfectly groomed pistes makes up one half of the world-famous and vast 425km Paradiski area. The glacier makes sure that you'll always have good snow too. The yearly average snowfall is 4.5m-5m and with over 50% of the ski area being higher than 2000m you should expect the snow to stay in good condition.


Resort altitude: 2050m
Skiing altitude: 1250m to 3250m
Glacier: Yes
Ski area size: 425km in the Paradiski area
Number of runs: 242
Category of runs: 32% green, 44% blue, 15% red and 9% black
Lifts: 94 drags, 62 chairlifts, 12 gondola, 2 cable cars and 1 funicular
Night skiing: Yes
Cross country trails: 91km
Snowmaking: 22% runs covered
Resort bus: Yes


Les Deux Alpes

This is a resort with guaranteed snow, slopes to suit all levels and home to Europe’s biggest skiable glacier. The 96 runs stretch from 1300m right up to the glacier at a breathless 3570m, you're spoilt for choice whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced skier or snowboarder.


Resort altitude: 1650m
Skiing altitude: 1300m to 3570m
Glacier: Yes
Ski area size: 225km
Number of runs: 96
Category of runs: 18% green, 47% blue, 22% red and 12% black
Lifts: 19 drags, 23 chairlifts and 7 cable cars
Night skiing: Yes
Cross country trails: n/a
Snowmaking: 20% runs covered
Resort bus: Yes


Les Menuires

Les Menuires sits amid the largest lift-linked ski area in the world. It has the most skiing of all the Three Valleys resorts with 160km of mainly blue or green runs (most being at 2000m+) and a further 440km to explore in the neighbouring resorts of Meribel, Courchevel and Val Thorens. Val Thorens at 2300m has an excellent snow record and is surrounded by glaciers.


Resort altitude: 1850m
Skiing altitude: 1260m to 3230m
Glacier: Yes
Ski area size: 600km in the Three Valleys area
Number of runs: 275
Category of runs: 21% green, 33% blue, 35% red and 11% black
Lifts: 78 drags, 68 chairlifts, 34 gondola and 6 cable cars
Night skiing: No
Cross country trails: 28km
Snowmaking: 41% runs covered
Resort bus: Yes


Val d’Isere

Forming one-half of the 300km, snowsure Val d'Isère - Tignes ski area, Val is world-famous for a reason and a definite must-do for your skiing bucket list. With not just one but two glaciers in the area (Glacier du Pisaillas in Val and the Grande Motte in Tignes), you're guaranteed snow for your holiday. The highest slopes at 3300m are on the Pissaillas Glacier and most of the rest of the slopes are above 2500m with plenty that face north, ensuring the snow stays in good shape.


Resort altitude: 1850m
Skiing altitude: 1550m to 3456m
Glacier: Yes
Ski area size: 300km in the Val d'Isère - Tignes ski area
Number of runs: 159
Category of runs: 13% green, 44% blue, 27% red and 16% black
Lifts: 25 drags, 39 chairlifts, 6 gondola, 3 cable cars and 2 funiculars
Night skiing: No
Cross country trails: 41km
Snowmaking: 1255 snow cannons
Resort bus: Yes

Weather and resort stats for our Italian ski resorts

Sauze d'Oulx

With lots of high altitude slopes and snowmaking covering 60% of runs in the Milky Way area, you’ll always be able to make the most of the skiing.


Resort altitude: 1509m
Skiing altitude: 1380m to 2800m
Ski area size: 400km in the Milky Way area
Number of runs: 212 in the Milky Way area
Category of runs: 24% blue, 55% red and 21% black in the Milky Way area
Lifts: 8 magic carpets, 21 drags, 35 chairlifts, 6 gondolas and 1 cable cars in the Milky Way area
Night skiing: Yes, in Sestrière
Cross country trails: 25km in the Milky Way area
Snowmaking: 60% runs covered in the Milky Way area
Resort bus: Yes


Val di Fassa

The stunning Val di Fassa makes a convenient base for exploring the incredible 1220km Dolomites ski area. You're not far from the Marmolada Glacier for guaranteed snow, not that you'll need it as 90% of the slopes in the whole area have snowmaking.


Resort altitude: Canazei is 1460m & Penia di Canazei is 1520m
Skiing altitude: 860m to 3342m
Glacier: Yes, in the Dolomites area
Ski area size: 1220km in the Dolomites area
Number of runs: 668 in the Dolomites area
Category of runs: 30% blue, 60% red and 10% black in the Dolomites area
Lifts: 463 lifts in the Dolomites area
Night skiing: Yes, in nearby Pozza di Fassa
Cross country trails: 200km in the Dolomites area
Snowmaking: 90% runs covered in the Dolomites area
Resort bus: Yes