Le Refuge de l'Alpage
- Apartments: Le Refuge de l'Alpage
- Country: France
- Region: Grand Massif & Praz de Lys
- Ski Area: Grand Massif & Praz de Lys
- Our star rating
- Apartments (Self Catered)
- Sleeps 1 - 9
- Close to the slopes
- MGM built apartments
The apartments are located in a prime position at the foot of the ski slopes in Les Esserts (Morillon 1100m, pedestrianised resort). This 4* apartments are located just a stone's throw from the resort centre and 50m from the nearest ski lift.
The Green run Marvel (a family favourite) leads back towards the blocks in front of C6, but there is no ski access to or from the apartment C6. You can ski back close to apartment G10 however. Le Refuge de l’Alpage is close to the nursery slopes, it is perfect for families looking for convenient, professional childcare, as well as for those without children looking for nearby skiing. The mini-market, ski school meeting point, ski hire shop and lift passes are all within short walking distance. Residence Le Buet, where we feature more apartments, is a short walk away.
What our Clients say
We are not really interested in apres ski as we normally cater for ourselves and prefer to spend time skiing (you can drink at home!), so Morillon 1100 was a good choice for us. The Apartment is close to the slopes and was well equipped. As others have done, we recommend La Combe cafe/restuarant for coffee/chocolate etcMr S ( 07 Jan 12 )
Le Refuge de l’Alpage is built in typical mountain style with extensive use of wood and stone by the acclaimed ‘mountain architects’ MGM. The apartments have a ski locker and parking.
The privately owned stylish apartments’ interiors have been tastefully decorated and floor space is more generous than found in most alpine units. The apartments at Le Refuge de l’Alpage are fitted and furnished to a high standard of comfort and convenience with pretty homely touches.
2 Bedroom apartment
C6: 2 bedrooms sleeps 6 (44m2): living area with double sofa bed, TV, DVD and CD player, double bedroom, twin bedroom, bathroom, separate wc. First floor. Non smoking. The fully equipped kitchen area has antique wood units and country-style ceramic tiles, 4-ring ceramic hob, fridge, dishwasher and full-size oven. South facing balcony.
G10: 3 bedrooms sleeps 9: This stylish apartment is privately British-owned. The fully equipped kitchen area has antique wood units and country-style ceramic tiles, 4-ring ceramic hob, fridge, dishwasher and full-size oven. The living area has a double sofa bed, flat screen TV and DVD player (with full Sky+ package inc. sports and movies), double bedroom (ensuite shower room/wc), bedroom with bunk beds and single bed, bedroom with twin beds, bath/shower room, separate wc, dishwasher. Towels included.
Pets not accepted in the apartment.
Fully equipped apartment, bed linen (change payable locally), towels (change payable locally) and end of stay cleaning.
To pay locally:
Refundable deposit €370 (apartments for 5-6) or €690 (apartments for 8), local tourist tax c. €0.75/pers/day (+18yrs – guiding fare).
Lift pass offers:
Lift pass offer available - see details on our lift pass special offer page
Our featured residences are located as follows:
Chalet Les Marmottes – PINK STAR
Hotel Le Morillon – GREEN STAR (I8)
Bois de Champelle - ORANGE STAR (U8)
Le Buet – YELLOW STAR
Le Refuge de l’Alpage – PINK STAR
Jardin Alpin – TURQUOISE STAR
Les Gelinottes - GREEN STAR
The apartment was lovely and the added bonus of having an English lady to help us once there was even better.Mr W ( 05 Jan 13 )
Refugee alpage excellent size and well equipped however there was pegs or any where to hang wet clothing . The apartment was big enough to have a drying area pegs near door recess which would have been usefulMrs P ( 07 Apr 12 )
We had a great time. The accomodation was excellent and everything went to plan.Mr W ( 11 Feb 12 )
Located in a prime position on the edge of the village of Les Esserts (Morillon 1100m, pedestrianised resort), Le Refuge de l’Alpage is a recently built residence built in typical mountain style with extensive use of wood and stone by the acclaimed ‘mountain architects’ MGM.