Unless the whole property is booked by one large group, Heyday Chalet is strictly adults only. It's a place where you can relax completely and enjoy grown-up company among people just like you. Best of all, you can arrive and depart on any day of the week, giving you more flexibility, cheaper flights and a ski holiday that lasts as long as you want — stay 10 days or more, or grab a short-and-sweet ski weekend.
At Heyday Chalet, you can arrive and depart on any day of the week. After all, your holiday should fit with your needs, not the other way round.
Arrive any day of the week and choose a departure date that works for you. During the ski season our minimum stay is seven nights. Beyond that, stay as long as you like.
By avoiding the busy weekend transfer days, you can get cheaper flights. Use the saving to stay an extra day.
On the weekends, while most skiers are stood in line at the airport, you can be enjoying the quietest days on the slopes.
It's 2022 and taking a week off doesn't always mean the work phone won't ring. If you need to jump on your laptop during your time at Heyday Chalet, we've got you covered. We literally have a coworking-style office space with reliable internet on tap, right here in the chalet. Here's why...
Morzine marks the centre of Europe's largest ski area, the world-famous Portes du Soleil. Here's just a flavour of what you can expect. For more information, check out our Morzine ski and snowboard guide...
Not everyone who stays with Heyday Chalet is here purely for a ski holiday. In fact, a lot of people who stay here spend as much time working remotely as they do on the slopes. That's because our flexible, coliving style set-up attracts so many remote workers, solo travellers and digital nomads. Our chalet is a place where people can stay, work and explore. For people who are working, we have a coworking-style office space with 8 workstations and lightning fast internet. Some of our guests stay for over a month, skiing when they can and working when they must. This coliving aspect is one of the things that gives our chalet such a friendly, community feel. It's also one of the reasons we ask all our guests to respect quiet time in Chalet Flori after 11pm.
Chalet Flori is a large, social property with plenty of space to spread out, relax and mingle if you want to. After a long day on the slopes, head out onto the sun terrace and enjoy a dip in the hot tub before dinner. With a roaring log fire and rustic exposed beams, the dining room provides a great space to trade stories about your day's adventures. Stop at the honesty bar en route to the lounge and while away the evening.Relaxing spaces
Throughout the winter, Chalet Flori and Apartment Flori offer a catered service with seven weekly breakfasts and four weekly evening meals included in the price of your winter stay. The dining room is a large but cosy social space which celebrates the very best traditions of local interiors: log fire, exposed wood beams, stone walls and a large communal dining table.Winter Catering
Heyday Chalet is on the Montriond side of Morzine, giving incredible access to the Montriond lakes in summer and the Avoriaz skiing in winter. Whether you're on two wheels, two skis or two feet, the Super Morzine cable car will be your first port of call and is conveniently located just one kilometer (13-minute walk) from Chalet Flori's door. Barely 300m beyond, you will find Morzine's popular shops, bars and restaurants as well as the tourist office.
Visit our Morzine village guide for more information about the resort.
The Alps are a Mecca for people who love the great outdoors. Whatever brings you to Heyday Chalet, let us know and we will be happy to help you take all the hassle out of organising everything, whether it's hiring your skis or booking a massage in the chalet.
We want you to have an amazing time that you will remember forever. If there is something we can do to make your stay with us even more magical, please let us know.
Questions about digital nomad coliving in The Alps? Please just get in touch, we'd love to hear from you. We also have a detailed guide with lots of articles about living, working and playing in Morzine. Here are some recent favourites...