Types of Winter Accommodation in Morzine

Each of the seasons in Morzine has a distinctive beauty of its own. However, as the burnt colours of Autumn start to fade and the leaves begin to fall, a blanket of glistening snow appears on the mountain, making winter by far our favourite time of year.

Aside from the beauty that the winter season brings, it’s also that time of year where we can dig out or skis and get ready to glide down the mountain. (We’ve only been waiting 8 months).

Morzine’s charming town is also bound to win you over. Home to a selection of delicious restaurants, lively bars and an abundance of apartments and chalets, what else could you want from a ski resort? Read on to find out about the different types of winter accommodation in Morzine…


Morzine is the perfect destination for your ski holiday as it is located at the very heart of the Portes du Soleil in the French Alps. With a huge ski area of 600km, you’ll never run out of pistes to ski and new places to explore. It’s also notorious for having a wide variety of runs to suit all different abilities.

Arriving in Morzine from Geneva airport couldn’t be more simple. Whether you hire or a car or book a transfer, it only takes around 90 minutes on the road.

As Morzine is small, you’re never too far away from the action. However, sometimes it’s nice to enjoy a bit of peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of ski resort life (especially whilst relaxing in the hot tub).

Companies such as Morgan Jupe offer accommodation choices either close to town or in a more exclusive location. Here’s the even better news … you don’t have to worry about carrying your skis any distances. You can also take full advantage of their on-call driving service throughout the day and in the evenings too. Find out more information here

Types of Accommodation in Morzine

The most popular types of winter accommodation in Morzine are chalets or apartments. If you’re looking to experience true alpine tradition in the heart of the mountains, then this is the perfect option for your holiday!

The size of your group will probably determine whether you choose to stay in an apartment or a chalet.

For smaller groups, apartments are great. Although smaller than a chalet, they are usually well located and are equipped with all the amenities you could need for your Morzine holiday.

If there are more than 6 people in your group, then staying in a chalet is ideal.


Self-catering means the cost of staying in a property is less expensive than a catered package. This allows large groups with different budgets to customise their holiday to suit.

One of the main benefits of self-catering is that guests can make the most of the many diverse restaurants around Morzine. Another advantage is that there are no ties to being back at the chalet on an evening and you have the opportunity to embrace the fantastic apres-ski that the Portes du Solel has to offer!

Luxury B&B

With Morgan Jupe you can experience a luxury B&B package which offers a flexible alternative to a fully catered holiday. This way you can enjoy excellent service and benefit from exclusive use of the chalet while having the freedom to choose exactly how to spend your evenings. Find out more info here

Fully-Catered Chalets

A fully catered holiday means you really don’t have to worry about the thing. Enjoy the ultimate hassle-free holiday as your breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner paired with delicious wines are all taken care of for you!

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Morgan Jupe