Our Service & Your Stay with F&P

From your first enquiry you will be looked after by Fish and Pips themselves from start to finish. Philippa is based in the UK office to deal with all enquiries and bookings; and Holly is based out in the Alps to ensure you have everything you need and endeavours to meets every group of guests.

At Fish&Pips we aim to make the booking process as painless as possible and like to get everything booked and in order so when you arrive you can relax straight away. We can help organise every aspect of your trip - ski school, transfers, ski hire, ski passes and anything else you can think of.

When you arrive in resort you will be greeted and looked after by your chalet Chef, Host and Resort Manager. You will be helped with your luggage; the kettle will be on with cake at the ready or bubbles chilling and canapés awaiting depending on what time you arrive; your ski passes will be ready and waiting so you can get up that mountain as quickly as possible; your ski hire will either come to you at the chalet or we can take you to collect your skis; and our team will make sure you have everything you need.

If you arrive in the afternoon and want to ski then we will make sure you have everything in place to get you on the snow. Alternatively you can just sit back, relax and acquaint yourself with the chalet and the resort. As evening draws in your 4 course supper will be well underway, the fire will be roaring, the wine will be flowing and your holiday begins!

We will make sure you settle into ski school by taking you to the meeting point and introducing to your instructors on the first day. Please note that in Meribel the meeting point is further away, so we provide a minibus service which runs until 11am every day.

The team will be on-hand throughout your stay to ensure you want for nothing. Your holiday will be about great skiing, delicious food and proper relaxation - leave everything else to us!

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