Luxury Ski Chalets in St. Martin de Belleville, France

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Staying in a luxury ski chalet in St. Martin de Belleville puts you in the heart of the Three Valleys giving you fantastic access to the largest ski are in the world.

Great for families, the relaxed and pretty village of St. Martin de Belleville, dating back to the 16th century with its quaint church in the centre, makes a good alternative to its larger neighbours of Meribel or Courchevel.

Chalet Abode
St. Martin de Belleville, France

Stylish interiors, maximum levels of comfort, all in a 100-year-old Savoyard farmhouse, Abode is the ideal mountain retreat. Set in the peaceful area of Villarabout, just outside St Martin de Belleville, you’ll truly relax in this quiet spot with...

4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8 - 10
From £8,750 per week

Chamois Lodge
St. Martin de Belleville, France

Chamois Lodge is a beautiful, new property where natural, contemporary style is given a twist of ‘hunting-lodge chic’! Miniature stag heads and cow hides adorn the walls and there are piles of faux fur throws and cushions for you to make yourself...

3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6 - 9
From £6,270 per week

Luxury Chalets with Hot Tubs

The Ecurie
St. Martin de Belleville, France

Simple, rustic, yet impressively luxurious, The Ecurie is an exclusive property in a really special location. This luxury ski chalet in St. Martin de Belleville, sits just outside the beautiful town in a peaceful hamlet – yet you are still only four...

4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
From £8,360 per week

Chalet Floralie
St. Martin de Belleville, France

One of the Alps’ best kept secrets, the beautiful village of St Martin de Belleville is where you’ll find Chalet Floralie, from which the expansive Three Valleys ski area is yours to explore. Situated just 50 metres from the slopes, here you have...

8 Bedrooms
Sleeps 14 - 18
From £15,120 per week

Luxury Chalets with Hot Tubs

Destination Guide: St. Martin de Belleville

About St. Martin de Belleville

If you want the endless Three Valleys ski area on your doorstep without the hussle and bussle of its major resorts, St. Martin de Belleville is a great choice.

This traditional, unspoilt village with a pretty church is a quiet, inexpensive and highly appealing base for those who want to escape the crowds but still enjoy some of the best skiing in the Alps.

St. Martin de Belleville has really only been on the ski map since the 1980s, when chairlifts were built that linked it to the slopes of Mèribel and Les Menuires. Since then, the village has developed significantly, but in traditional style, with properties built of stone and wood, and it remains small and peaceful.

St. Martin de Belleville gives quick and easy access to the biggest ski area in the world, with 600km of pistes at your disposal. The altitude of the ski area goes right up to 3200m, and there is plenty of excellent varied skiing above 2000m so good snow conditions can nearly always be found somewhere.

All levels of skier are catered for in the Three Valleys, with lots of red and blue terrain, and off-piste for experts.

For those choosing not to ski, there are several shops, a sports centre, and dog-sledding if you want to try something a little different.

Best places to eat and drink in St. Martin de Belleville

While the après-ski scene is certainly more vibrant in Mèribel, you will find live music at the Pourquoi Pas, best enjoyed slumped into a squashy sofa in front of the roaring fire. The Brewski and The Dahlia are also rather cheerful post-skiing.

And when it comes to eating out, there’s no shortage of places to grab a bite here. From pizza at the Petit Creux, to traditional French fare at upmarket Etoile des Neiges, the variety is surprisingly good for such a small resort. For Michelin-star quality it’s easy to head up to the Bouitte in St. Marcel, or if it’s a warm atmosphere and good honest food you’re after, try the Montagnard.

Of course, you’ll be very well catered for in your chalet, with a private chef on hand to craft delicious gourmet dining, but on their night off, there’s nothing better than sampling the local cuisine. Your host can arrange restaurant reservations and, if required, transport to eateries further a-field.

Best time to visit St. Martin de Belleville

St. Martin de Belleville is open from December until the end of April, with access to snow-sure slopes throughout the winter season.

What we love about St. Martin de Belleville

The rare combination of a quiet, attractive, traditional village and the slam-dunk impact of a magnificent, renowned ski area with enough skiing to keep us happy for years.

Quick facts:
Ski area: 3 Valleys
Altitude: 1,400m
Highest lift: 3,230m
Total pistes: 600km
Total lifts: 180