Ski Olympic has been a ski chalet specialist ATOL bonded tour operator since 1987 which makes them one of the early players selling ski chalet holidays. Originally set up by a guy called Bernie, the company is now run by his sons.
Ski Olympic are three nominees in the British Travel Awards for the “Best UK ski company” They are a company that we at Skiline.co.uk rate very highly for consistently delivering a high standard of chalet holidays. The range of chalets within the Ski Olympic collection is constantly being upgraded and added to. Currently, there are just 2 chalet hotels available from Ski Olympic.
Ski Olympic operate chalet holidays in Les Arcs & La Plagne, a small programme like this means that staff recruitment each season can afford to be very selective and only the best season staff get to join the company.
Ski Olympic have a couple of very popular larger chalet hotels which are ideal for larger groups, these include the Chalet Hotel La Foret in Vallandry, a perfect location for skiing in either Les Arcs or heading across to La Plagne, it sleeps up to 76 guests in 28 rooms.
The Graciosa in Plagne centre is popular with families and adult groups alike, it sleeps 46 guests in 18 rooms a good number of the rooms are triples.
Food and drinks
Good food and wine are an essential part of any good skiing holiday. Ski Olympic start the day with a full cooked breakfast, this is available on 5 mornings, with a continental breakfast available on the other 2 days (departure day and chalet staff’s day off) and consists of fresh fruit, cereals, breads, jams boiled eggs, porridge, yoghurts, tea and coffee. Cooked option includes bacon, eggs, sausage, mushrooms, hash browns and tomatoes, a perfect set you up for a day on the slopes.
At the end of the day, staff will have prepared home backed tea and cakes to tide you over until the evening meal.
The evening meal is always a big part of a catered chalet holiday, a chance to recount the day’s wipe-outs and enjoy a delicious 3-course evening meal with wine. On the last night, a cheese board is also available.
Feedback from our clients has always been very positive about the standard and quality of the food in a ski Olympic chalet.
Ski Olympic flights and change over days
Change over day for a Ski Olympic skiing holiday is a Sunday, which many skiers prefer, the roads up to the mountain are not so busy and that last ski day (a Saturday) is always a quiet day on the slopes.
Flights operate from both London Gatwick and Manchester airports with a flight supplement of £35 added to Manchester departures. Both early morning flights depart from the UK at around 08:00am with the return flight landing back in the UK around lunch time. Ski carriage is charged at £29 per set and must be booked in advance as only limited ski carriage is available. For skiers making their own way to The Alps, a discount of 18% is available if flights are not required.
Why book a ski Olympic holiday through Ski Line?
Our team know the Ski Olympic chalets very well; we have the years visited or stayed in them all. We will negotiate the very best possible discounts, both on the cost of the chalets and the additional elements such as Ski Rental, where you can expect savings. Payment by credit card when booking direct are a whopping 5%, at Ski Line its less than half this amount. Our office hours are longer and we respond to admin calls, normally within just a couple of rings.