- Ski lifts
- 3-minute walk
- From slopes
- 250 metres
- Family rooms
- Cosy lounge
- Log fire
- Ski storage by the slopes
- 7 nights accommodation
- Flights from Gatwick or Manchester
- Transfers to and from resort
- Half board
- Complimentary wine with dinner
- Complimentary ski hosting
The Lucille is the most recent addition to our portfolio and it has already generated a great response from our guests, with many having booked to return again next season! All the bedrooms have en-suite shower rooms, and many also have views over the slopes.
Brilliantly located in a quiet position just a few minutes’ walk from the village centre and the ski lifts, the Lucille has a large dining room and a spacious bar and lounge area. The bar is always well-stocked, and the prices are cheaper than you’ll find elsewhere in the resort.
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The Lucille has standard double or twin rooms, but it also has various multi-occupancy rooms:
- Triple rooms with 3 single beds (can sleep up to 3 people).
- Family rooms with 2 single beds and a partitioned bunk room (can sleep up to 4 people).
- Family rooms with 3 single beds and a partitioned bunk room (can sleep up to 5 people).
- Family suites with 2 separate twin rooms and a shared WC and shower room (can sleep up to 4 people).
- Discounts for 3rd & 4th sharers in a room:
- £100 for adults
- £150 for children (aged 5-16)
- This is except for the family suites, where each guest will receive a reduction of £40 if all four beds are occupied.
With an open fire and rustic French chic of thick stone walls and pinewood, looking out over the village towards the ski slopes, the Lucille dining room is the perfect place to enjoy your hearty meal after a day out on the mountain - It's a truly Alpine experience!
Lounge & Bar
The bar at the Lucille was hand-built for Ski Miquel and offers a cosy setting with fantastic views of the mountains and an adjoining lounge area. It's the perfect place to sit in the evening and watch the piste-bashers grooming the slopes ready for your next day's skiing.
It's spacious and comfortable, and as always the Ski Miquel bar is the cheapest in town! Why not try the local aperitif, Génépi?
We have worked our way through the Ski Miquel brochure over the years and have stayed with them twice before at Montgenevre, although this was our first visit to their new chalet, Lucille. The chalet itself has a large lounge with plenty of comfortable seating and a well stocked bar. The dining room is also pretty spacious, and as the chalet was not at full capacity, there was masses of room. Turning to the bedrooms, we were lucky in that we had family room with three beds plus an annex with two further bunk beds. As there were just the two of us there was more than enough space. The rooms are comfortably furnished and warm, with their own en suite with plenty of hot water, critical after a long day on the slopes. One word on the food, brilliant! There a big buffet breakfast (cereals, cheeses, ham, breads, boiled eggs, etc) plus one or two different hot options each day (fried or scrambled eggs, pancakes, porridge, etc). As you come off the slopes there are home made cakes or biscuits waiting, while at 7.30 tasty canapes are served. However it is the evening meals that stand out with three courses plus cheese plus unlimited wine. The food is plentiful, tasty and well presented so hats off to the welsh wizard in the kitchen! A real plus point of the Ski Miquel hols is the guiding which is a great way to discover the resort without getting the map out. Skiers can chose an espresso group which goes faster with less stops, or cappuccinos who take things a bit more leisurely. The two groups always meet up for coffee and lunch, so it's a really sociable way of skiing. Underpinning everything is chalet manager Emma and her wonderful team. As mentioned, we have skied with this company numerous time and they do have a knack of finding the right people to look after their guests. However, this year the hosts were just exceptional and I cannot speak highly enough of them. All in all, a great week of skiing and I have no doubt we will visit this resort again.
This was our first Ski Miquel holiday and we're now converts! We have felt thoroughly spoilt this last week, staying in Chalet-Hotel Lucille. Emma was just brilliant in ensuring that everything ran like clockwork and she and Mike were so good at ski-guiding, catering for both the 'cappuccino' and the 'espresso' skiers. The food was superb and Nigel, the chef, is a real gem. Fabulous cake in the afternoon and then dinner in the evening was always amazing. Thanks also to Vereley, Pippa and Mike who worked so hard in looking after us and always being so helpful and cheerful. We had such a lovely time, we felt like we were staying with friends, not chalet staff! Great snow conditions and excellent weather just made it!
I had travelled with Ski Miquel before so I knew what to expect. A nice cosy week with fantastic food thanks to the ever smiling chef Nigel. Great chalet hosts Emma & bearded Mike. Plus chalet staff Pippa, Vereley & little Mike who were always super friendly and helpful. Our room was a decent size, having 3 beds for the 2 of us, a nice balcony & a very small but functional (slightly dated) bathroom with a shower & heated towel rail. The chalet was only a short walk away from the ski shop where Ski Miquel have a private locker room with heated boot warmers. This was also very conveniently located for the slopes just across the road. But the best thing of all was the atmosphere. It was a super crowd of people staying the week we were there, all quite like minded ski enthusiasts, with a wicked sense of humour! Will definitely be working our way through the various resorts in the Ski Miquel brochure and can’t wait to do it all again next year.
Chalet Lucille proved a relaxing home from home for our party of 22 over Feb half-term. Set a few metres uphill from Montgenevre’s main street and nursery slopes, the chalet was ideally located and fitted the Ski Miquel model well. Although the bedrooms were on the small side, the dining room and (cheap) bar were just right, with enough space to relax in an informal atmosphere. What keeps us coming back to Ski Miquel are their keen prices, good resorts and great staff – this year proved no exception. Montgenevre catered well for our mixed group, especially the beginners who revelled in the good snow and long green runs. Whilst the lift system is slow in places, queues were almost non-existent and the lift pass was relatively cheap. Under the experienced leadership of Emma, the Ski Miquel team were excellent, remaining relaxed, cheerful and efficient during the busiest week of the season. Special mention to Mike S for his bar-tendering skills, Mike B for his ski guiding, Nigel for his outstanding food and Pippa & Vereley for their ever-smiling service. Thanks to you all for making our week so enjoyable. We’ll be back with SM next year and for as long as you’ll have us!
- Part of the vast 'Milky Way' ski area
- 31 lifts
- Close to the heritage town of Briançon
- Perfect for families
- Short transfer time (1.5 hours)
- Ski over into Italy for lunch!
- Luge ride
- Off-piste ski guiding available
- Turin (110km)
- Railway station
- Oulx (20km)
- Minimum altitude
- Maximum altitude
- Total 'Milky Way' ski area
- Monts de la Lune - Green slopes
- Monts de la Lune - Blue slopes
- Monts de la Lune - Red slopes
- Monts de la Lune - Black slopes