Les Châteaux D’Abondance (France)

Les Châteaux d’Abondance is the second project that Romex has realized in France. This project is located in Europe’s largest ski area Les Portes du Soleil and is close to Lake Geneva.

Les Châteaux d’Abondance consists of 20 luxury apartments, spread over three residences. On top of that, 5 super luxury penthouses have been built. There are also 2 magnificent Chalets realized with approx. 250 m2 of living space, completely detached and with a magnificent view. The apartments vary from approx. 70 to 185 m2. Les Châteaux d’Abondance belongs to the absolute top of (holiday) second homes in the French Alps. Beautiful, quiet and perched on a sunny plateau on the edge of the center of Abondance with a magnificent wide view over the village, the valley and the local ski slopes.

Separately, there is a luxurious spa and wellness in Savoyard style with a large swimming pool, jacuzzi, saunas, fitness room, etc.

The houses are characterized by large windows, many skylights and beautiful terraces and / or balconies with a warm Savoyard look on the outside and a modern, luxurious and design-like look on the inside, in accordance with the Romex concept.

All homes are equipped with a luxury designer kitchen, often several luxury bathrooms, heated wooden and / or stone floors, comfortable furniture, excellent sleeping comfort, WiFi and Smart TVs, etc.

In the indoor parking garage you will find a separate ski depot in addition to the many parking spaces. From the parking garage you have access (elevator or stairs) to the apartment buildings. The apartment buildings are of course equipped with an elevator.

Specifications

Place
Abondance France
Number of apartments
27
Surface apartments
1000 meter
Services
Luxury spa and wellness with swimming pool, jacuzzi, saunas - reception - welcome package - ski depot - separate laundry room - underground parking

Environment Abondance

Les Châteaux d’Abondance is located in the unique, authentic French mountain village of Abondance in the Abondance Valley, or the “Valley of Plenty”.

And …… there is plenty in abundance: sun and snow, the rugged mountain region of Haute Savoie, Savoyard cuisine, Lake Geneva (Lac Leman) and neighboring Switzerland with famous cosmopolitan cities such as Geneva, Lausanne and Montreux .

The skiing possibilities of Les Portes du Soleil are limitless and Europe’s largest ski area is absolutely guaranteed of snow. From December until May you can enjoy an abundance of sun and snow. The beginners and families with small children can already enjoy the local ski slopes of Abondance. Within “no time” you can also enter the more than 650 km of ski slopes of Les Portes du Soleil.

These ski slopes are also wide for the novice skier and families with children to steep and narrow for the real cracks. Waiting times at the lifts are hardly known, due to the large lift capacities and the vastness of the ski areas. You will find many famous places here such as Avoriaz and Morzine and the Swiss Morgins and Les Crosets. Alpine skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing (Nordic Walking), tobogganing, it is all possible in this beautiful ski area with many trees and forest trails.

Les Portes du Soleil is also a fantastic location for your summer vacation. During the summer, at least 14 ski lifts remain open to take the mountain biker to the peaks of the mountains. There are numerous possibilities to discover the mountains on foot, with the high mountains of the Haute Savoie in the background. And how about a wonderful boat trip on the vast Lake Geneva and then have a nice lunch or dinner in fashionable and bustling Lausanne? It’s all within reach. The river Dranse, which flows through the Abondance valley, offers many opportunities for water sports.

In la Chapelle d’Abondance and the nearby French Châtel and Swiss Morgins are many shops, cafes and, mostly culinary, restaurants. In addition, these places offer a rich and varied nightlife for young and old. There are also plenty of shopping options in the famous places such as Geneva, Evian les Bains, Lausanne and Montreux.