Ski resort ratings for Meribel compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 100 reviews.
|Overall 80||Skiing 83||Skiregion 84|
|8.4 7.6||8.9 7.8||8.2 7.1||7.9 7.0||7.9 7.6|
|7.8 7.8||7.8 6.7||8.0 7.7||6.2 7.0||8.6 7.1|
|Variety slopes||Snowparks||Crosscountry||Slope preparation||Slope orientation|
|8.0 7.3||9.0 7.5|
Meribel still is the best choice for a youngish family, with its incredibly friendly vibe, fantastic range of piste and off piste skiing, 100's of KM of pisted runs and 100% 'snow sure' conditions. The resort has enough to offer the skier plenty of non skiing things to do without being too big so that you feel lost. The place is so friendly and we have met and re met friends there over the years. Some of the bars and restaurants welcome us back every year with open arms.
Meribel is a great resort and we wouldn't ski anywhere else
Review by Snowscape from Vaxjo on Wednesday Mar 23rd. Visited Meribel in march 2011 as couple
Meribel is right in the middle of the largest ski area in the world: The Trois Vallees. It isn't down market, but not too expensive like neighbouring Courchevel. The apres ski and entertainment (Jacks Bar, Rond Point, Altitude Festival) is superb. Lot's of brits here. Chalets are more fun than large tour operators, Meribel has the greatest choice.
Review by Alli from Watford on Wednesday Dec 30th. Visited Meribel in december 2009 as family
Just been to Meribel. First 2 days of skiing on Friday and Saturday before the hoards arrived were really good but then, besides the 9-10am slot and then the 12h30-2pm lunch slot, the crowds took over on our last 2 days. Couple of really good runs like Combe Vallon and The Face if you got their early in the morning. No serious off piste to speak of due to lack of fresh snowfalls and us being beaten to the punch earlier in the week. The really ridiculous thing though was the cost of things i.e. eating out or drinking. EURO 6.20-6.50 for a beer was the standard at the average pubs and EURO15 for a run of the mill burger was ridiculous, even at the previous 1.50 to 1 exchange rate. All in all I
Review by Adam from Hextable on Tuesday Dec 30th. Visited Meribel in december 2008 as couple
We are just back from Meribel Mottaret where we stayed at the Mont Vallon with our teenage+ son and daughter. I can't fault the hotel although it is very expensive - the staff were fantastic and the food delicious. The pool sauna and steam were nice and seemed to be well used. Our rooms faced the slopes (ski in and ski out.) but we met a couple whose room faced the road and said it had been very noisy. We are inexperienced skiers but had a fantastic time on the large number of blues and some of the reds. We had Monday to Friday ski lessons with Parallel Lines and the instructor Ed was really excellent. The 11.30 to 1.30 time slot meant the slopes were quiet but it limited where we could expl
Review by Nicola Black from London on Monday Feb 18th. Visited Meribel in february 2008 as family
Have just returned from Meribel & thought I would warn you all this is not the place to go if you are on a budget (unless your budget is that of a Russian oligarch.) The pistes are amazing though & should be enough to take your mind off the price of a pint. I particularly enjoyed the Bartavelle black piste at the top of the Roc de Tougne drag lift & Combe Vallon is an amazing descent at the right time of day. This resort is the best for exploring the Trois Vallees & with good weather a 3 valley tour is well within the capabilities of an average intermediate. I booked a ski clinic with new generation & found it to be excellent. The tuition given by my instructor, Agnes, wa
Review by Billy Conway from Dublin on Sunday Feb 10th. Visited Meribel in january 2008 as friends