Ski resort ratings for Morillon compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 40 reviews.
|Overall 65||Skiing 71||Skiregion 71|
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Very very easy holiday. Close to Geneva so no long transfers. Queues rare on the slopes and relatively large area at 265km sq. Great facilities for kids with nursery at Morillon and at Samoens (5 mins drive away) and several different ski schools. Igloo restaurant fabulous on the slopes at Morillon and really like La Table de Fifine at Samoens
Review by Victoria from London on Sunday Jun 21st. Visited Morillon in february 2009 as family
Morillon consists of two parts - the small and quite picturesque village in the valley and Morillon 1100 (Les Esserts) which is a purpose built ski resort.There are two chair lifts which take you to the excellent Grand Massif area with links to Flaine, Samones and Les Carroz. There is a great green called Marvel back down to Morillon 1100 but by the end of our week it was patchy and breaking up badly. Bars and restaurants okay - La Combe does well because of its position at the bottom of the slopes but it is very expensive. We were a mixed group in terms of ages and ability and this was the perfect family resort. I would go back because the skiing is the best I've experienced but next time w
Review by Carol Jackson from Aberdeen on Wednesday Apr 22nd. Visited Morillon in april 2009 as family
Skied all over Europe and this is perfect, quiet & unspoilt. Fabulous for family holidays. Very very rare to queue at the lifts and a huge ski area, good choice of restaurants at 1100 and 700 and 5 mins drive to Samoens if you need variety if you are staying for more than a week. Plenty of off piste right by the slopes so easy for all different levels to have fun close to each other. The old village is particularly characterful. Love the Igloo restaurant at the top of the mountain and the creperie in the old village at 700m.
Review by Vic from Manchester on Wednesday Dec 31st. Visited Morillon in december 2008 as friends
It's great to see Morillon getting it's own slot. For those who like to get their skis on and off outside your accomodation, this is the best place in the Grand Massif. No Flaine-style queues and bottlenecks, no Samoens-style driving to and from the lifts. The 2 chair lifts at Morillon 1100 (also called Les Esserts) get you straight over to Les Carroz or towards Samoens and Flaine, and the large Gondola links with Morillon village in the valley below. Morillon 1100 has its own beginners and childrens areas, as well as the usual restaurants and bars.
Review by Alastair Foster from London on Monday Sep 3rd. Visited Morillon in february 2007 as friends