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Le Peillon Residences - Studio Apartment, Meribel - Centre

Studio Apartment in Meribel. Sleeps 4

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Style

  • Catering Basis
  • Self-catered
  • Bedrooms
  • Studio
  • Property Style
  • Apartment
  • Run By
  • Agent/Operator

Facilities

  • Outdoors
  • Balcony
  • Mountain views
  • Entertainment
  • TV
  • Kitchen / Laundry
  • Cookware
  • Kitchen linen
  • Microwave

With its traditional architecture, the Residence Le Peillon, with all apartments now renovated, is located in the very centre of the resort opposite the tourist office and close to the shops. It is made up of a single building.

In all apartments: Fully equipped small kitchen with 4 hot-plates, refrigerator, traditional oven or grill microwave oven, dishwasher, telephone, paying cable LCD television, vacuum cleaner, bathroom/toilet.

Languages spoken: French, English
Tourist tax (Over 13 years): €1.10 per person per day
Arrivals after 17:00, departures before 10:00

Part of the Pierre & Vacances Group, the Maeva brand offers great value ski holiday accommodation in France.

We have over 50 residences spread across 28 major ski resorts, all proposing fully-furnished apartments that are well designed and functional whilst remaining within your budget.

Renting an apartment through our Maeva brand means that you can be assured of finding a cosy, well designed accommodation whatever the family size - from studios for 2 people up to 3 bedroom apartments for 8.

All our apartments include fully-equipped kitchens, beds made up on arrival and tea towels in the price while a wide range of extra services are available either during booking or once on site.

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What's nearby?

Towns nearby

Méribel Centre is the largest village in the valley offering the widest choice of accommodation, shops, sporting activities, restaurants and nightlife. The heart of Méribel Centre is located at the bottom of the village where there is the largest choice of shops and services. The resort spreads from here up the hillside, with smaller centres of shops and restaurants at Altitude 1600 and le Plateau. With its chalet-style architecture and woodland setting, Méribel is considered one of the most beautiful of France’s purpose-built resorts.

Restaurants nearby

Méribel Centre’s restaurants offer something for everyone from fine dining or local cuisine to burgers and takeaway pizzas. The centre of town and Route de la Montée offer the widest selection of restaurants, and Morel and le Rond point areas also have several good French/International cuisine restaurants each. The hotels on the main piste running through Meribel offer good quality lunches on their restaurant sun terraces – ideal places for dining in the sun right on the slopes.

Also see: Restaurants in Meribel - Centre, France

Sights nearby

A trip to the scenic Altiport area above Méribel is a must for its stunning views of the valley. In winter, the Altiport hosts the beginner pistes, cross-country ski and walking trails, themed walking paths and sledding area, plus tourist flights on planes equipped with skis. In summer, you can play golf and set out on hikes from here, or simply enjoy two of the valley's best restaurant terraces.

Things to Do nearby

Méribel offers a wide range of sporting activities, both winter and summer. In winter, you can enjoy skiing the 600km of pistes of Les 3 Vallées ski area with its snow parks, fun zones and cross-country trails. The resort’s Olympic Centre offers swimming, ice-skating, fitness, indoor climbing and bowling. Walking trails link the various villages and the adventurous can try activities such as paragliding, husky-sledding, horse-drawn sleigh rides, inner tubing, big air bags etc. In summer, Méribel offers mountain biking, hiking, an 18-hole golf course, tennis, kids’ clubs, flying, via ferrata and many more outdoor activities. If you prefer to be indoors, Méribel also has a cinema with films in English, regular exhibitions and a host of organised events from International Magic Festivals to regular live music. The resort also boasts six spas for pampering and relaxation.

Also see: Things To Do in Meribel - Centre, France

Golf-clubs nearby

Méribel's 18-hole golf course is located at the Altiport area, a few minutes' drive above the centre of the village. It has a driving range, practice area and club house. The Club holds regular competitions throughout the summer; the course is closed in winter.

Also see: Golf Courses in Meribel - Centre, France

Lifts/Pistes nearby

Méribel lies at the heart of the 3 Valleys, making it the ideal base to explore this giant ski area. Meribel’s main lift hub, la Chaudanne, is located at the foot of the resort. It can be accessed via the main piste which runs through the resort or via the free Meribus service. From la Chaudanne, fast, comfortable gondola lifts whisk you to both sides of the Meribel valley or to the Courchevel and Belleville valleys. the For those staying higher in Méribel centre, the Morel and Adret chairlifts give access to the Saulire side of the valley, so avoiding the sometimes busy Chaudanne area.

Also see: Ski Areas in Meribel, France

Nightlife nearby

The area around the Tourist Office in Méribel Centre offers the liveliest après-ski scene, with live music and DJs playing at a variety of bars. For a more chic, upmarket venue, Méribel’s offers a choice of smart lounge bars in the resort’s four and five-star hotels. Méribel has two nightclubs, one at the Olympic Centre and the other in the Mussillon area.

Also see: Bars in Meribel - Centre, France

What to book?

Transfers

You’ll need to book your own transfers, when staying here. Your main options are shared or private transfers, but consider whether you would prefer a door-to-door service or a (generally cheaper) “communal” drop-off point at your destination.

Also see: Transfers to Meribel, France

Cycle Hire

You’ll need to organise your own bike hire when staying here.  Things to consider are the type of bike you want to rent such as road, mountain, hard trail and/or an electric bike; and whether you’ll need helmets and protective clothing with your rental. You’re best off choosing a shop that is close to your accommodation for ease of access, and making it quicker to return the bike and pay at the end. Some companies may also deliver so it’s worth looking at all the options. 

Also see: Cycle Hire in Meribel - Centre, France

Ski Hire

You’ll need to book your own ski hire, when staying here. There are many choices for hiring equipment. Generally, you’re best off choosing somewhere close for ease of access, & less far to carry your kit, easier to make changes, and quicker to return and pay at the end. Nevertheless, many suppliers will deliver and some snow-front rental stores offer ski lockers, so it’s worth checking out all the options. 

Also see: Ski Hire in Meribel - Centre, France

Lifts & Passes

You’ll need to buy your own lift pass, when staying here. Lift passes can be booked online or bought in resort on arrival. There are many types of pass available, suited to different levels, length of stay and budget. It’s worth reading up on the options to get the most from your lift pass in summer & winter.

Also see: Ski Pass Options in Meribel, France

Instructors & Lessons

When staying here, you’ll need to book  your own ski or snowboard lessons. Tuition is strongly recommended for complete beginners and is always a good idea whatever your level to perfect your technique. Group lessons are a great way for children to learn with their peers whilst giving you some free time on the slopes. Groups are also a generally cheaper option for adults, however, with a private instructor you’ll have undivided attention and be able to progress at your own pace.

Also see: Ski Schools in Meribel - Centre, France

Guides & Tours

When staying here, you’ll need to book your own Guides & Tours, which are a great way to discover Meribel whilst doing a number of fun activities. During the winter, if you are keen to go off-piste, booking a High Mountain Guide is strongly recommended. Not only do they know the best local spots, these highly trained and experienced individuals are very familiar with the surroundings and can provide loads of insights you won’t get by yourself, as well as helping to ensure your safety.

Also see: Guides & Tours in Meribel - Centre, France

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