How to Get the Most Out of Your Ski Chalet Host

Traditionally, staying in a ski chalet was rather regimented and in most cases it still is. Wake up bright and early to a huge breakfast, return around four or five to mountains of cakes and hot chocolate before a four or five-course meal in the evening.

But not everyone burns can burn calories on the snow each day so a tub of hot cheese, ham and buttery potatoes isn’t always necessary, but you need to get what you are given.

And you might fancy trying out that new restaurant in town but the ski chalet staff have been preparing’ since noon. Fortunately things are changing and it’s now possible to find (though still hard) a more freestyle attitude to dinners and dinner times. Above all, be nice to the staff. Take out things they can’t get in the Alps as little presents/tips – the staff will then go out of their way to be extra nice. Why tip at the end? And because of the way the budgets work, it’s good to get the hosts on side.

WILDFIRE STATUS

Due to the local Forest Fires, The Point Resort is, and will remain OPERATIONALLY CLOSED  TO AUGUST 15TH at which time we will be providing daily updates.

Click here to proceed to our website and we encourage everyone to read and review our Cancellation Policy

Between now and August 16th we will be reaching out to up-and-coming guest reservations, September bookings, and all persons that were previously effected by this tragedy.  We plead with everyone to be patient with me.  I’m doing my level-best to personally reach out to each and everyone of you.

I sincerely thank everyone for their patience and forbearance 

Sincerely,

Rick Wesolwski,

Owner