Au Coin du Feu
What We Love
- A summer chalet escpe with stunning views in the French Alps, near Mont BlancTaking in the breathtaking views with a trail walk into the mountains
- Relaxing with a treatment in the on-site spa
- Tucking into Savoy specialties with a three-course dinner in the hotel’s restaurant
What To Know
- Steps from the centre of Megève and the Chamois Ski Lift
- The spa has a treatment room, sauna and hammam
- Curl up by the fireplace after a day of hiking or hitting the slopes
Nothing refreshes quite like a deep breath of crisp mountain air, and where better to fill your lungs than the stunning Mont Blanc massif, in the French Alps? Megève makes for a marvelous mountain base, owing to its charming medieval center, peppering of upscale boutiques and endless list of things to do. During the sunny summer months, you can explore the mountains by bike, have a round or two of golf, horse ride, trek, white-water raft, or head to the skies with an unforgettable hot-air-balloon ride – it’s all available in the area.
Au Coin du Feu is an authentic Alpine chalet, with wooden walls, natural stones and cozy colors creating a pleasing ambience throughout. Your guest room comes with a balcony, affording you impressive views over the mountains, and there’s an on-site spa on hand, ready to lull you into utter relaxation. The hotel’s restaurant, Le Saint-Nicolas, prides itself on traditional Savoy specialties, as well as weekly barbecue nights and a tempting set-menu dinner.
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The room was spacious and well suited to a family with 2 kids. The view from the room was something to behold. Staff were pleasant and helpful and both the breakfast and dinner were delicious. Megeve was also a wonderful place to stay.
Spent a family weekend in this lovely boutique hotel, where every room has its own style and you breathe wood perfume as you enter through the door.
Very convenient location for city center and Roquebrune cabins.
Wonderful bar with sofas around a big fireplace, makes you want to come back over winter to enjoy it to its fullest potential.
Very professional yet friendly staff, English spoken without difficulties, having a 11 months old baby posed no issues at all.
Don’t forget to enjoy attached restaurant! Deserves a review to itself.
Will assuredly be back!
We had a very good meal here in very pleasurable surroundings, the food was excellent as was the service. Although the price for the Table d’hote menu was reasonable the price for drinks was unfortunately extortionate.
On arrival the girl at the desk was very unhelpful. We were told there was no parking and we had to use the meter. We had no change and she refused to change money for us, very annoying as the machine did not take card payment. Another more helpful receptionist told us there was free parking along the side of the hotel. There was absolutely nowhere to eat in the ghost town. Everything was shut for the season.
The room was dark and oppressive. We had a long journey the next day so we got up early for breakfast at 8.30. Downstairs was locked, in total darkness and nobody from the hotel was around. Several people left as there was no breakfast available - not even a cup of coffee. Eventually someone from outside the hotel arrived and said she would see if she could find someone but by 9 o'clock she shrugged her shoulders. We left feeling very grumpy! The wifi didn't work either.
I cannot understand why they have good reviews unless we just caught them on an off day. Never ever would I go back.
They do not deliver what they promise on their website.
The hotel is close to the centre of Megeve. It does not have its own car park but paid and free parking is available in roads nearby.
Old fashioned in a nice way, it's not luxurious but is very comfortable and the decoration is in good taste. There is a very good restaurant in the basement, the breakfast can be recommended and the staff are very helpful. I would definitely stay here again.