Chamonix Apartment Rental Photos and Description
2 small balconies facing the Brevant ski area finishes this apartment off well
This is a very high quality one bedroom apartment in one of the most sought after locations in Chamonix. The Majestic Palais is a former Grand Hotel with high ceilings, wide corridors and beautiful gardens.
The property is a 60 square meter open plan apartment with the living room opening into the bedroom which can be closed off for some more privacy. There are 2 balconies, one in the bedroom and one in the living area with views up to the Brevent ski area.
There is a large screen TV, DVD player and free Wi-Fi available for use. The kitchen has a fridge, four ring cooker, microwave/oven/grill. The bathroom includes a dual bath/shower unit with unlimited hot water.
This is a 5th floor apartment with lift access and is only a five minute walk from the Brevent ski lift and a one minute walk from the bus stop to get free transfers to go to all the ski areas. It is also just 2 minutes walk from the shops, bars and restaurants of Chamonix centre.
The Ski Locker is located just outside the door of the apartment.
There is outside parking available in the private Majestic car park.
There is no extra charges for towels, linen, final cleaning or holiday taxes.
But we do take a €200/£200 damage deposit on arrival which is given back shortly after you leave.
Chamonix is great for summer or winter sports with Skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing, mountain climbing (Mont Blanc for example), ice climbing or ski touring.
In the summer there are lots more to do with Mountain climbing, Hill Walking, Paragliding, Golf, whitewater rafting or maybe you still want to do some skiing, then the Valley Blanche is open all year round for this.
Chamonix is a great for all type of Biking, from road biking, Cross country or full downhill. The Tour de France usually comes within an hour of us.
Chamonix is also a great base for some great road trips and because of the mountain roads we have one of the best roads in Europe for motorbiking.
For Golf there are some great courses with-in a couple of hours and still a great choice less than. We have our own mini bus so getting you to and from courses is no trouble.
Some of the golf courses are;
http://www.golfclubbiella.it/ which is the best course in Italy and http://www.royalparkgolf.it/eng/ which is the second best.
http://www.golfdomaineimperial.ch/golf/golf/index.php/en which is rated the best course in Switzerland or http://www.where2golf.com/switzerland/golf-club-crans-sur-sierre.asp which is the 4th best.
But of coarse there is alway our own course http://www.golfdechamonix.com/index-en.htm andhttp://www.en.evianroyalresort.com/page/p-998/art_id-/golf/evian_masters_golf_club/ which are both great golf courses.
For downhill biking there isn't much need to go any further than Chamonix
but if you did there are some great tracks less than an hour from here.
http://www.knowheretoride.com/countries/french%20resorts/morzine.html which offers everything from a gentle green to a difficult black. Or maybe you want to go to Switzerland then there is
In Italy there are a few good ones as well, like http://www.mountainbikechamonix.com/day-trips/pila-italy/ orhttp://www.bikevalledaosta.it/bike-areas-trails.3.2.html.
When it comes to mountain climbing then its impossible to get a better location than Chamonix with Mont Blanc (the highest mountain in western europe) with lots of different routes to this like Peuterey Ridge Integral (TD+/ED1), Freney Central Pillar, (ED1) which are the most difficult routes. Then there are The Mont Blanc du Tacul, Brenva Spur (AD/D), Innominata Ridge (D/D+), to the easier route Goûter Route (PD-) and the Mont BlancTraverse.
There are lots of different options like The Dru, Aiguille de L’M, North-north-east Arete, 5.6, 8 p.
Aiguille de Peigne, Arete des Papillons, 5.8, 12 p.
Aiguille Blatiere, Nabot Leon, 5.9, 6 p.
Aiguille de Midi, South Face, Rebuffat Route , 5.10 a, 8 p.
Aiguille de Midi, Eperon de Cosmiques, Rebuffat Route, 5.8, 6 p.
- wheelchair accessible
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Guestbook comments from the manager
This apartment is the nicest ski accommodation we have stayed in, we have stayed in ski accommodation in Canada, Austria and various places in the USA, but this was by far the best. It was well set up, very spacious and the kitchen is very modern and well set up. The apartment also was very bright and sunny with the high ceiling. The building is amasing with the huge corridors and the great location. Wonderful experience