A vast selection of over 100 restaurants, from value-for-money bistros and pizzerias to top-quality gourmet establishments. They're generally very strong on Savoyard specialities, as well as the usual ski resort staples like pizza.
• La Grange – A cosy wood-clad dining room and heart-warming local food - from snail, mushroom and parsley parcels, to wild boar stew and duck shepherd's pie. There's also yummy raclette and fondue, including chocolate fondue.
• L'Atelier, Hôtel Le Samoyède – In a class of its own, this Michelin-starred restaurant offers exquisite dishes like open lobster ravioli, Charolais beef fillet and praline éclairs. The 7-course set menu is recommended.
• Mamma's – Cheap, fast food made with fresh ingredients - choose from pizzas, burgers, fish and chips, Thai curries, noodles and more.
• La Rotonde – Delicious cuisine, beautifully served by the excellent staff. The menu is one of the largest and most varied in town, and includes all-you-can-eat fondue, raclette and pierrade.
• L'Etale – Possibly the busiest eatery in resort, they serve a wide range of pizzas, pasta and meat dishes, as well as classic pierrade, fondue and raclette.
• Changabang (top of Les Prodains cable car) – Stop here to sample the best burgers and wraps in resort, cooked to order and perfect with a side of spicy curly fries.
• Chez Nannon (Troncs Express chairlift) – Follow the enticing scent of bubbling Reblochon cheese to this restaurant, where hearty Savoyard fare awaits.
• La Paika (Vorosses piste) – This old wooden hut is just the place to wile away a couple of hours enjoying the lovely views and enormous prawns or steaks cooked on the open grill.
Morzine is a large town that's full of life. The nightlife here attracts a younger crowd, but it's far from rowdy. Make sure you try the local liqueur - Green Genepi - which is made from Alpine mountain herbs.
• The Dixie Bar – There are three bars inside this venue - an Irish bar that's famous for its Guinness and live music, a Spanish bar that sells San Miguel and tapas and a British bar that houses a pool table and Sky Sports.
• The Cavern Bar – In the middle of the village, this venue is ideal for both après and after-dinner entertainment. The prices are reasonable and there are happy hours on top of that, and there's even an opportunity to whip out your signature moves.
• Café Chaud – Tucked away and out of sight, this modest bar turns into a full-blown party soon after the sun goes down. The music ranges from jazz to house and drum 'n' bass and there's even a darts board if you're feeling competitive.
• Le Pléney has blue and red runs from every lift and the runs to Les Gets are great for intermediates.
• Stop for lunch on the mountain at Mont Chéry - the views of Mont Blanc are incredible.
We’re all about giving you support, expertise and info before, during and after your holiday – it’s what we do. Our service includes:
- 24/7 support and assistance from our team.
- Ski Explorer app with maps, resort info and tips as well as snow and weather reports.
- Text messages with essential information about your holiday.
Our friendly airport team will meet you on your arrival and get you on your way to resort. Crystal reps will be available when you get to Morzine to ensure that you have everything you need to hit the mountain on the first day. If you need anything during your trip, just check our free Crystal Ski Explorer app to find out where they’ll be, and come and have a chat. If you need assistance, you can call the Crystal team 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
All our holidays include shared transfers to and from your accommodation. However, if you would prefer a private transfer, this can be added when booking. These are taken by car, 6-seater or minibus, depending on the number of people in your booking.
As well as having links to the French Portes du Soleil resorts of Avoriaz, Les Gets and Châtel, Morzine also has relatively quick links to the Swiss resorts of Champery and Les Crosets. Though Morzine doesn't exactly have an ideal position on the Portes du Soleil circuit, a quick bus ride to Ardent and then a chairlift to Les Lindarets can take you to the French-Swiss border, and over into Champery, in no time. The circuit is ideal for those keen intermediates who want to explore as much of the region as possible and who want to try the gorgeous Swiss food - Chez Coquoz is a favourite offering a modern Swiss menu and a top-notch Valais wine list.