Renting an apartment is the best option when searching for self-catered accommodation on your ski trip or summer holiday to Meribel, especially for small groups of friends or family.
Self-catering accommodation in Méribel is unique among French purpose-built resorts in that it escaped the trend of 1960's concrete apartment blocks. Credit must be given to the resort’s founder, Peter Lindsay who, in the 1930s, insisted that all buildings in the valley must conform to a chalet-style design, built from stone, slate and wood. Those built in the 1950s, 60s and 70s usually comprise small studios or one-bedroom apartments while higher quality and more spacious accommodation is mostly found in the smaller, chalet-style apartment buildings constructed from the 1980s onwards.
Apartments in Meribel come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, ranging from small and functional studios to large flats with five-star luxury facilities. They are quite flexible in terms of catering choices and, sometimes, dates and duration of stay. Because they’re generally self-catered, apartments tend to be cheaper than catered chalets, so they are a great choice when looking for a budget-friendly base at the foot of the slopes.
We’ve written a complete guide on apartment rentals in Meribel to help you make the most of your ski trip. Read on for the best insider's tips.
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- Prices for apartment rentals in Meribel
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