Seasonal Chalets and Apartments
If you plan on visiting the mountains multiple times in a season, a seasonal rental may be the best option for you.
Whether you are a corporate client looking to use a chalet to entertain your most important business associates, or a keen skier wanting to clock up hours on the hill, a seasonal rental is both convenient and often better value than renting multiple properties several times over the winter. For example, a seasonal lift pass can be less than double the price for a two-week pass, plus a seasonal rental gives you fantastic flexibility in terms of when you wish to travel.
A seasonal rental gives you time to truly get to know a resort and its slopes. Invite friends and family to stay at a moment's notice and share your knowledge with them. With all your belongings safely ensconced in the property, travelling to and from the airport becomes hassle free too. We have a number of chalets and apartments across several European resorts that are available to rent for the whole season. Some of the options are listed below but we also have some off-market chalets available on request.
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