New 'super-chalet' for incentives launches in Méribel

Luxury catered chalet operator Meriski has unveiled a new 'super-chalet' for high-end incentive groups in the French ski resort of Méribel.

In Pictures: New 'super-chalet' for incentives launches in Méribel
In Pictures: New 'super-chalet' for incentives launches in Méribel

The super-chalet, known as ‘K2’, will be located inside two properties, Chalet Kalliste and the newly built Chalet Kashmir, and will be able to accommodate up to 20 delegates. K2 includes ten en-suite double bedrooms, large living areas and outdoor hot tubs overlooking the mountains.

Meriski’s appointed chefs offer fine dining for groups during their stay, with food prepared to 2 AA Rosette standard.

Available for the weeks of 3 January, 10 January and 31 January, the super-chalet package begins at £800 per person and includes accommodation, breakfast, and afternoon tea, sparkling wine and canapés and four-course dinner on six nights. Chalet staff and an in-resort chauffer service are also available from 8am to 10pm.

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