When it comes to corporate events in Chamonix Collineige has a wealth of experience. Year round we entertain clients in the medical, advertising, communications, legal, accountancy, consultancy, banking and other professions, many of whom return year after year. We can offer first class accommodation, scheduled flights, outstanding cuisine and a perfect location. The feedback we get indicates that these trips are a huge success in terms of cementing relationships with clients and incentivising staff. Chamonix has so much to offer corporate clients in both summer and winter, and it is very easily accessible with a transfer time of just over an hour from Geneva.
Our latest venture is a collaboration with two of Chamonix's best business hotels - Le Morgane and Les Aiglons. We find that with larger corporate goups the combination of chalet and hotel works very well. By combining the unique qualities of our chalets with those extra features that the hotels have to offer such as large conferences rooms and spas, we can ensure that our corporate clients get the very best of both worlds!
We know that the success of your business depends on the smooth running of your clients' stay, and will tailor our corporate services to suit the most demanding of agendas. We can ensure that those small details that make a trip successful are all in place - such as priority in lift queues, finding the best snow available and providing skilled instructors and guides, together with the provision of meeting rooms and equipment for those that do not intend spending the entire trip on the slopes!
'What an unforgettable way to turn a boring sales conference into something unforgettable and highly successful. The team at Collineige turned the impossible into not only possible, but memorable. The food was outstanding, accommodations perfect for teams looking to bond and strengthen relationships. No hotel on the planet could have delivered the outcome we experienced at the Valhalla and Les Mazots chalets – bravo to the entire team, we’ll be back.' DW March 09