A chalet embodies the quintessential ski holiday. Who hasn’t dreamt of coming back to the perfect chocolate-box house after a day on the slopes? Even better if there's a plush sofa you can snuggle up on in front of a roaring fire or an outdoor hot tub to unwind in while surrounded by deep powder fields and high snow-capped peaks. That’s exactly what staying in a chalet is all about.
While Tignes is not generally known as a chalet resort, all of the villages that make up the area offer chalet accommodation of some description. These range from traditional Savoyard-style converted farmhouses to contemporary Alpine abodes, which are the perfect home away from home on your ski holidays or your summer escapade in the mountains. This guide will help you choose the perfect chalet for your holiday. Let's dive right in.