La Clusaz – Chalet Mendi Alde
€63,500-222,000 | Studios – 1 bedrooms | 15-32 sqm | Ready
Last apartments available, contact us for more information. Residence Mendi Alde in La Clusaz, brand new luxury development in La Clusaz with Spa and pool. Apartments are sold fully-furnished, equipped, decorated with private underground parking and ski locker.
Residence Mendi Alde in La Clusaz The 6 different chalets are all traditional Savoyard style with at its heart the communal areas where the residents can enjoy the luxury facilities in place like the 2 swimming pools (one heated and outdoor, one heated indoor within the Spa), the Spa (850m2 designed by Serge Blanco, the former French rugby international specialised in thalassotherapy for more than 20 years) with Turkish baths, power showers, massage lounge, the sauna and jacuzzi, the lounge area to relax, the reception with its luggage room, the kids club ideal for parents, etc. There will also be a luxury hotel (with suite apartments), a restaurant with bar and outdoor terrace, also a breakfast room and tea room (or “tisanerie” as the new French trend)…
Apartments sold with hassle-free guaranteed income + personal use (2-4 weeks)
Direct footbridge access to Bossonets lifts for ski-in ski-out all season
Apartments sold fully-equipped & furnished with ski locker and private parking
Walking distance to all village facilities (5 minutes)
Residence with Spa, indoor swimming pool, gym and reception
Superb open views on Aravis mountain chain
About the location
An exceptional ski domain with 132kms of pistes (52 lifts) with some of the best snow in French Alps. 5 interlinked mountains skiing excellent for all levels. Also you can ski in next village Le Grand Bornand (Le Chinaillon).
La Clusaz is a perfectly charming, quintessentially French village that has refused to have its character and atmosphere ravaged by the march of time (and concrete…). It is a resort with which most visitors fall in love – which explains the massive loyalty shown to it by generations of British skiers and boarders. However it remains a favourite with French natives which tend to call it the “little Mégève” as it is a nice mix of tradition and subtle chic.