Les Gets Luxury Ski Chalets
Attractive and family friendly ski resort, Les Gets offers a great variety of catered and self-catered ski chalets.
A beautiful, traditional village with great tree lined slopes make Les Gets a fantastic resort, particularly for families. There are stunning chalets, charming restaurants and some lively après-ski, this is a place that embraces you! The local slopes are perfect for intermediates and those new to skiing, whilst those looking to rack up some serious ski time, the 650km of the Portes du Soleil are on your doorstep.
For families, the great nursery slopes and childcare facilities are a real winner. Add in an ice rink, cinema and bowling alley and the result will be a lot of contented, happy faces. For groups, particularly with a mixed ability of skiers, this is a delightful destination, and all of this is just over an hour from Geneva Airport.
Les Gets actively welcomes children and offers numerous facilities adapted to all age groups together with specific services and over 500 children’s activities, both on the piste and in the village itself. The snow garden for the little ones, the “Grand Cry Territory”, a themed ski area with Native Americans and Trappers, a videopark, a snowpark, the Mauve Milka ski run, the boarder cross or even the sledge runs.
The ski slopes that Les Gets shares with its neighbour Morzine are varied with many of the slopes tree lined and often with few lift queues or crowds. With convenient nursery slopes, easy runs to progress on and excellent ski schools, Les Gets is an excellent resort for beginner skiers and snowboarders. For intermediates and advanced skiers, the choices are endless with the expanse of 650km of pistes, endless off-piste and good snow parks for all abilities.
On either side of the village are the two areas: Les Chavannes, linked to the Portes du Soleil slopes and Mont Chéry, the best point of view on the Mont Blanc range. Each ski area has its own individual characteristics making them the perfect playground for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. The ski slopes and off-piste on Mont Chéry tends to be crowd-free and is a particular highlight of this ski area.
Located between Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc, the village of Les Gets has preserved its mountain soul, it’s typically Savoyard and its heritage is filled with historic and cultural riches. Les Gets is an accredited “Famille Plus Montagne” resort, where children are treated like kings! With its excellent location, access to the slopes in the Portes du Soleil and some of the best value luxury chalets in the Alps, Les Gets is most definitely worth visiting.
- Resort Altitude: 1170m
- Ski Elevation: 950m - 2466m
- Ski Domain: Les Portes du Soleil
- Pistes: 650km
- 13% Green runs
- 40% Blue runs
- 37% Red runs
- 10% Black runs
- Geneva (GVA): 1h 15m / 80km
- Chambery (CMF): 1h 25m / 125km
- Lyon (LYS): 2h 15m / 200km
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RESTAURANTS & NIGHTLIFE IN LES GETS
The Luxury Chalet Book guide to the best on-mountain and in-resort restaurants, bars and nightlife in Les Gets.
This restaurant is at the top of the Rosta chairlift in Les Gets and affords spectacular views across the valley below and towards Mont Blanc. Serving traditional Savoyard dishes, pizzas and snacks with fast and friendly service. Please note that cards are not accepted, only cash.
📍 La Paika
An old farmhouse set in the La Turche ski area of Les Gets. A warm welcome awaits you with a sunny terrace to sit back and enjoy the stunning views. La Paika specialises in wood-fired BBQ food as well as speciality cheese dishes and a buffet of mouth-watering desserts. Booking is advisable.
Le Vaffieu is a popular restaurant located at the top of Pleney near the Belvedere chairlift. This restaurant serves traditional Savoyard dishes and a wonderful selection of pastries. Enjoy the beautiful views of the valley on their sun-drenched terrace for a long lunch then ski some lovely blue runs back into the village.
A traditional Savoyard restaurant serving French cuisine and specialising in seafood dishes. Located on the Nyon plateau 50m from the Point de Nyon gondola, a great place for large groups and non-skiers to meet for lunch, with 2 stunning terraces and indoor seating.
A small, beautiful family-run chalet restaurant located on the Nyon plateau. Serving traditional regional cuisine as well as wood-fired grilled meats and burgers. This is a very popular restaurant, so booking is advised.
This family friendly restaurant is located between the Crusaz chairlift and the Mouilles chairlift. Enjoy the fantastic views while tucking into their cheese-based specialities, along with burgers and a great children’s menu. They are also open in the evenings providing scooter transport back down to the village, snow dependent. Reservations required for evening meals.
Le Grand Pré is located at the bottom of the Trocs express and Chamiaz Express lifts. Serving traditional regional dishes, pizzas and crepes with friendly staff and a large outdoor seating area.
Located piste side at the bottom of The Chavannes piste, so you can ski directly to it. However non-skiers can also join too as it is part of Hotel Bellevue. Enjoy live music every Wednesday and Sunday. You can also enjoy traditional Savoyard dishes too.
A lively Irish pub with its own micro-brewery in the centre of Les Gets. Enjoy the friendly après ski atmosphere with regular live bands. They also screen live sporting events on large screens and serve international cuisine.
A lively Canadian bar located above the Irish pub in the centre of Les Gets. It is a lively bar popular with both visitors and season workers. It shows the big sporting events and has a pool table.
For a more relaxed and stylish après ski bar, then head to the Crychar Hotel Wine & Tea bar at the foot of the slopes. Enjoy some drinks and gourmet nibble boards in this cosy bar.
This night club is a late opening club that hosts lots of theme nights and has live acts and DJs playing crowd pleasing tunes.
A very popular restaurant set in an old Savoyard farm building in the heart of the village. Camille has created a modern menu of world dishes, so if you want a break from the traditional French cuisine then head over to this restaurant for a different taste experience in a cosy setting with roaring fire. Booking recommended.
This Savoyard restaurant is in the middle of the resort. You’ll receive a warm and friendly welcome with a varied menu along with traditional Savoyard favourites. Booking is recommended.
Situated in Hotel La Marmotte, La Piste Noire, is a new concept for a restaurant in a ski resort as they serve 100% vegetarian cuisine. Using fresh, local and sustainable ingredients, you will also find vegan and gluten free options too. Booking recommended.
Emmanuel and Jessica warmly welcome you to their cosy restaurant in the old village near the church. This restaurant serves traditional cuisine using local produce from local farmers. Booking is advisable.
Fancy a change to Savoyard dishes then Sush’Ski offers freshly made sushi and Asian dishes using fresh products. This restaurant only has 3 tables for dinner service, so booking is essential, otherwise they provide a great take away service.
This three-generation old family business started by making cheese and now alongside the selling of their cheese, you can also dine in the old, vaulted cellars where the cheese used to ripen. Enjoy this unique setting serving local produce and specialising in fondue and raclette. Booking essential.
In the heart of Les Gets, l’Outa is a cosy and traditional restaurant. Owners Jacqueline and Philippe give you a warm welcome, where you can enjoy traditional French cuisine with a modern twist. Booking is advised.
Chef Wilfried Homer welcomes you to enjoy his gourmet French cuisine by the roaring fire, in Hotel Le Labrador 1971. Start the evening with an aperitif with sharing boards while perusing the menu for dishes made with fresh and seasonal produce. Chef Wilfried will celebrate the Savoyard gastronomy as well as serving fine dining French dishes. Booking is essential.
A Michelin guide restaurant, L’As des Neiges serves gourmet cuisine inspired by seasonal local market produce. Next door its sister restaurant Le Comptoir is a more family friendly restaurant serving pizzas and pasta dishes. Booking advised for both.
📍 Entrance to resort, Route des Grandes Alpes
Sherpa Supermarket, a well-stocked medium sized supermarket.
📍 Rue du Centre
Le Boucherie Rossin, a local butcher selling high quality meats along with local cheese and wines.