Christmas on the slopes
Christmas is a magical time to visit the Alps, and even more so for families who travel with Highlife. To get you in the mood for a real break in an authentic winter wonderland this Christmas, here's what you can look forward to:
Each of our ski chalets is transformed into an authentic home from home with festive decorations and Christmas trees. Mince pies and mulled wine are served when you return from the slopes on Christmas Eve.
On Christmas morning, log fires are lit and Santa pays a visit with small gifts for the kids before your chef serves a delicious breakfast to set you up for a magical day on the ski slopes.
Outside your chalet door, a winter wonderland of fresh snow awaits so grab your ski gear because it's Snowtime! Our award-winning team will help you get the most from your time on the slopes.
Whichever one of our world-class resorts you choose, Morzine, Meribel and Val d'Isere all offer a fantastic range of festive entertainment for all the family throughout Christmas week including parades, ice-skating with Santa, family firework displays and horse drawn sleigh rides!
For parents, a Highlife Christmas holiday means that there will be no more sweating over a hot stove. Your chef will prepare a delicious 5-course meal with ham, turkey and all the trimmings on Christmas Day while you relax and exchange gifts in front of the chalet’s crackling log fire or chill out in the hot tub or sauna.
Your chalet host and chef will be on hand throughout the week to serve delicious food & wine and as the bar is complimentary, you can park the stress of Christmas catering as well as any worries about your bill!
We spend lots of time to gather your requirements before you travel so please just let us know if your family has any special requests that your chef can cater for.
Our availability is very limited so please visit our Christmas Deals page for itinerary options and contact us soon to avoid disappointment.
“Thanks to all at Highlife. You made our first family Christmas away from home very special”
Maeve Martin, December 2013