Private jet to Méribel

Book a private jet to Méribel

Charter a private jet with GlobeAir to Méribel and descend amidst the frosted summits, primed to indulge in a superior mountain retreat.

Méribel is celebrated as a premier ski destination in the Tarentaise Valley in the French Alps, showcasing fascinating sights and luxury charm. Whether you're pursuing thrilling winter activities or tranquil alpine relaxation, chartering a GlobeAir private jet to Méribel guarantees an experience unlike any other.

Given its nestled position amidst the splendour of the French Alps, Méribel's tranquil setting is optimally reached via the nearby airports of Chambéry or Grenoble. GlobeAir, recognised for its excellent service, can land at both airports. Our dedicated concierge team is always available to arrange a helicopter (20 minutes) or ground transfer (2 hours), ensuring you reach Meribel in style and comfort.

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Why visit Méribel?

Famed for its top-tier ski terrains, lively après-ski ambience, and luxurious chalets, it's a magnet for winter sports fanatics and those seeking luxury. As a central part of the Trois Vallées ski domain, Méribel presents extensive skiing and snowboarding prospects, accommodating beginners, enthusiasts, and experts alike.

Méribel is the central hub for the Trois Vallées ski regions, which include Courchevel, Val Thorens, and Les Menuires. Together, they offer over 600 kilometres of ski trails and numerous ski lifts, all accessible with a single lift pass. Mont Vallon is one of Méribel's prime attractions, marking one of the highest points in the Méribel valley.

Reaching its peak requires a scenic journey through multiple ski lifts, culminating in an awe-inspiring view from the summit. Once at the top, you're met with a panoramic vista showcasing iconic peaks like Mont Blanc, La Grande Casse, and the sprawling Vanoise National Park.

Summer unveils a different facet of Méribel. The snow-covered terrains metamorphose into verdant pastures, paving the way for hiking, mountain biking, and paragliding escapades. The Mont Vallon summit offers sweeping views of the surrounding alpine peaks.

For the culturally inclined, Méribel doesn't disappoint. Seasonal events and festivals light up the town, with music, art, and culinary delights taking centre stage.

The town itself marries traditional French alpine design with contemporary luxury. From gourmet eateries presenting French gastronomy to high-end boutiques and rejuvenating spas, Méribel promises a sumptuous stay.

Leisure travel

Méribel, located in the French Alps, offers visitors a range of attractions and activities, regardless of the season. Here's a summary of the top attractions and activities in Méribel:

  • Winter Sports:
    • Skiing and Snowboarding: These are the most popular activities in Méribel, especially in the Mottaret area. In the Les 3 Vallées centre, Méribel makes the perfect base for Skiing & snowboarding enthusiasts. Besides traditional downhill skiing and snowboarding, visitors can enjoy ski touring, split boarding, cross-country skiing, and telemarking.
    • Snowshoeing and Husky-Dog Sledding: Explore the snowy landscapes of Méribel with a snowshoeing adventure or a husky-dog sledging experience.
    • Ice Skating: Méribel town centre has ice skating rinks to entertain the whole family.
    • Ice Climbing: Scale frozen waterfalls or glaciers, with the season peaking between December and March. It's suitable for experienced mountaineers and beginners, and it has guided options available.
  • Summer Activities:
    • Mountain Biking: With almost 100 km of tracks, Méribel attracts enduro and downhill biking enthusiasts to its stunning mountaintops and lush forests.
    • Hiking and Running: The Mottaret pistes transform into meadows and trails, perfect for hiking, walking, and trail running.
  • Climbing:
    • Rock Climbing and Via Ferrata: The alpine terrain is ideal for rock climbing. For those looking for a less intense experience, Via Ferrata climbing offers a safer alternative with marked routes aided by steps, bridges, and ladders.
    • Mountaineering and Mountain Climbing: Explore the summits and ridges of the region through ski mountaineering, which is especially enjoyable in the winter.
  • Other Activities:
    • Paragliding: Experience a tandem flight over the Alps, a thrilling way to see the area from above.
    • La Folie Douce Méribel-Courchevel: Enjoy live music, professional dancers, and a vibrant lounge at La Folie Douce.
    • Parc Olympique: Features a swimming pool, fitness centre, gym, indoor climbing, and an ice rink for various indoor activities.
    • Outdoor Adventures: Ride a skidoo horse-drawn sleigh, go snowshoeing ski-touring, or visit a spa for relaxation.

Méribel offers a blend of adventures and relaxing activities amidst an alpine backdrop. Whether you're a winter sports enthusiast, a summer adventurer, or someone looking to relax and enjoy the mountain atmosphere, Méribel has something to offer.

The best hotels

Méribel, a haven in the French Alps, boasts some of the most exquisite accommodations, ensuring every traveller finds their perfect alpine retreat. Here are the top luxury hotel recommendations to consider for your next visit:

  • Méribel's Hotel Savoy: Nestled in the heart of Méribel and a mere stone's throw (50 meters) from the 3 Valleys ski domain, the Savoy Retreat boasts a prime spot for both ski enthusiasts. Designed as a cosy haven, the Savoy encapsulates the essence of a memorable French stay.
  • Le Kaïla: Located with direct access to the ski slopes, Le Kaïla offers an on-site bar and a Michelin-starred restaurant, serving regional-style dishes.
  • Hotel Le Coucou Méribel: Positioned directly on the ski slopes, Le Coucou provides the only ski-in/ski-out experience in the resort, featuring 3 restaurants, including the renowned Beefbar.
  • Hôtel l'Hélios: Situated on the ski slopes of Méribel, this luxurious hotel offers rooms with balconies overlooking the breathtaking landscape, complemented by a spa with an indoor pool and hot tub.
  • Hôtel Alpen Ruitor: Nestled in the heart of the Three Valleys Domain, this hotel introduces guests to a spa, complete with a sauna, steam room, whirlpool bath, and a sensory immersion shower.
  • Hotel La Chaudanne: Just 50 metres from the ski slopes, this hotel in the French Alps presents an indoor aqua zone and a steam chamber, crafting a tranquil ambience.
  • Hotel Le Tremplin: Centrally positioned in Méribel, this hotel, renovated in 2015, is just 50 metres from the ski slopes, ensuring convenience for ski enthusiasts.
  • Hotel Restaurant La Bouitte - Relais & Châteaux: This hotel combines luxury with mountainous charm at the base of Saint-Marcel's ski slopes.

Each hotel offers a unique experience, ensuring your stay in Méribel is exceptional. Take advantage of the opportunity to allow the dedicated GlobeAir concierge team to make a reservation before arriving in Méribel to ensure you can gain access to these exclusive luxury hotels.

The finest restaurants

Méribel, a gastronomic hotspot in the French Alps, offers many dining options that cater to every palate. Here are the top restaurant recommendations to consider during your stay:

  • L’Étoile de Méribel: The town's crown jewel with a Michelin Star, under the expert guidance of Chef Laurent Azoulay. The interiors, adorned with plush velvet and earthy wooden tones, exude a cosy and inviting aura. The menu is a testament to Chef Azoulay's genius, blending timeless classics with a contemporary twist.
  • Le Rond Point: A legendary bar that is arguably Méribel's most iconic après bar. It is perfectly positioned to catch the afternoon sun with live music and eccentric dancing, and doubles as a delightful mountain eatery.
  • Le Monchu Méribel: With chef Olivier Rouffignac at the helm, Le Monchu Méribel offers a unique dining experience on Méribel's ski slopes. Whether you are looking for a daytime retreat or an unforgettable evening in a mountain chalet, this place has it all.
  • Restaurant Le Blanchot: Located just off the slopes en route to Altiport, The Snowy Owl offers a modern culinary experience infused with traditional Savoyard favourites. It's a popular choice, so consider booking beforehand during peak seasons.

  • Peakside Adray Telebar: Situated beside the Adret Chair, Peakside Adret Telebar boasts a sun-soaked terrace with unparalleled mountain views. Open only during the day, the menu features traditional French dishes with a twist.
  • La Chaudanne: Tucked away in La Chaudanne, this restaurant with a 100 year history serves as a popular wine bar. With a spacious terrace and a roaring indoor fireplace, the ambience is as delightful as the traditional menu.
  • La Terrasse Du Village: A recent addition to Méribel Village, Village Terrace has quickly become a favourite, especially during peak seasons. Open from 11 a.m. throughout the year, it's a must-visit for both summer and winter travellers.

Each restaurant offers a unique culinary journey, ensuring your dining experience in Méribel is unforgettable. We recommend allowing our dedicated concierge team to make a reservation before arriving in Méribel to ensure you can gain access to these exclusive venues.


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