Heyday Chalet loves solo skiers and independent travellers. In our chalet, people who are travelling alone can book a single room just for themselves or they can book a place in a room shared with one other person. Either way, you won't have to pay for an empty bed. Whichever option you choose, you won't be paying a single supplement.
Book a single room or save money by sharing a twin.
Mingle with like-minded people or enjoy your own space.
We have a coworking-style office space with solid internet
Arrive any day, leave any day. Stay all week or all winter.
A seven-bedroom mountain lodge in an idyllic Alpine setting. Sleeping up to 17 guests, the chalet has been purpose-designed to offer the perfect balance of work and relaxation. Perfectly located to bring together the best of the mountain landscape and the resort's amenities. When you return from the slopes, relax in the hot tub on the sun terrace.About the Chalet
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There are so many reasons why single skiers and solo snowboarders choose Heyday Chalet in Morzine. Here are just a few of the types of independent travellers you'll meet here.
Total freedom to discover the world at your own pace in your own way. Independent travellers are often attracted to places like Heyday Chalet because there you can find a ready-made network of friendly, independent-minded people to share the mountain with. When you're ready to breakout and do your own thing for a while, that's totally cool too. Heyday Chalet offers single bedrooms, and you can also buddy up with other solos and save money by booking one bedspace in a shared twin bedroom.
A lot of people who visit Heyday Chalet actually don't ski every day of their stay. Instead, they use the chalet as a base to work remotely, skiing whenever they can and working whenever they must.
So the group wanted to ski for a week, but you can stay on for a few more days after they go. Pop over to Heyday Chalet and get yourself a few cheeky extra days before you head home.
Backpacking for grown-ups. They travel around the world, working wherever they can find scorching hot wifi. Living on the road, they visit cool places (like Morzine), staying for a few days or a few months. It's called coliving.
Heyday Chalet attracts sociable people. It's a great place to go if your group is made of mixed-ability skiers and boarders. If you want to, you can team up with other sociable people in the chalet and share the mountain with other people of your own ability. Then all meet back up in the chalet and trade stories about your adventures on the slopes.
Yes, it often works out cheaper to stay at Heyday Chalet. That's true for those travelling in groups as well as solos travelling alone. We keep our prices down because we want to build an awesome coliving space full of interesting and adventurous people. Luckily for our guests, that usually means a cheaper ski holiday than you'd get elsewhere in Morzine.
Not everyone who stays at 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 solid 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 the chalet after 11pm.
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.
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Our single ski holidays are unique in that you can travel as a solo skier and book a single room but never have to pay a single supplement. Alternatively, some guests choose to reduce the cost even more by sharing a twin room with another solo traveller. Shared rooms like this are always same-sex.Bedrooms
Heyday Chalet 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, Heyday Chalet offers a catered service with seven weekly breakfasts and three 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.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 the chalet 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.
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