Chalet Val Rogoney

Chalet Val Rogoney, Val d'Isere, France


  • Wi-Fi
  • Fireplace
  • Ski in/Ski out: Ski in only
  • Lounge
  • Dining Room
  • Terrace
  • Kitchen
  • Airport: 144 km
  • Resort: 350 m
  • Ski school: 200 m
  • Slopes: 100 m
  • Town: 350 m
  • Lifts: 200 m
  • Show 5 more

Transfer time

2 hours

350 m

Ski school

200 m


100 m


350 m


200 m

About Chalet Val Rogoney

Chalet Val Rogoneyis a cosy little chalet in a convenient area of Val d’lsere, close to the nursery slopes and just 350 m from the resort centre. The lounge has floor to ceiling windows and a fabulous copper hooded fireplace, that gives the chalet a truly homely atmosphere, making it an ideal family holiday home.

Guests have the opportunity to virtually ski back to the front door and the lifts are just 200 m away. There is complimentary Wi-Fi access to all guests, great for staying in contact with those back home and guests can take in the views on the terrace. Please note the staff live in a separate area of the chalet.

Val D’lsere is a lively village that has plenty of shops, bars and restaurants and a lively nightlife. Being part of the Espace Killy ski area, Val D’lsere with its neighbour Tignes offer over 300 kms of pistes suitable for all standards of skiers. The resort has always been an excellent area for intermediates and advanced skiers, but that has been improved to include beginners as the Solaise area has been redeveloped to reduce the gradients and provide a better terrain for beginners and families.

Ski Accommodation

Lower Ground Floor:

Open-plan kitchen and dining area


Ground Floor:

Lounge with open fireplace and floor to ceiling windows overlooking terrace

First Floor:

Room 1 Twin with separate beds

Room 2 Twin with beds end to end and limited storage

Bathroom (no WC)

Second Floor:

Room 3 Double with bath and WC


Your chalet host will prepare and serve your meals for 5 days a week, giving guests the opportunity to sample the local cuisine.

A good hearty breakfast is offered to all guests each morning.

After a day on the slopes, a nice cup of tea or coffee is offered to guests with a slice of fresh homemade cake.

In the evening, a delicious 3 course dinner is served, followed by coffee.

Unlimited complimentary house wine is served during dinner.

About Val d'Isère, France More information

More Britons choose Val d'Isère for ski holidays than anywhere else in the world so that's a good recommendation in itself. The resort has a long season, thanks to the added attraction of the Pissailas glacier at high altitude, so make the most of the opportunity between the end of November and the first week of May.

You must have heard of Jean-...

  • Good for Families
  • High Altitude