The Jetsetter rate includes daily buffet breakfast, spa access, a shuttle service to/from the village center and homemade cake in the room on arrival
Sleek contemporary decor in a traditional Alpine setting
Michelin-starred cuisine at La Table de l'Alpaga
La Colline spa is an exclusive Swiss brand that focuses on upscale beauty treatments
What To Know
A city tax of $1 per person, per night, will be collected by the hotel at checkout
Located five minutes from the center of town, but there's an on-call shuttle service available (included in the rate)
At just 3,600 feet, Megeve is not as snow-sure as higher resorts but there's plenty of other activities on offer too
Parking on site
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Sleek designer digs in a traditional Alpine chalet with a Michelin-starred restaurant and views of Mont Blanc
Luxe designer digs near Megève's historic heart. The exterior may look like a traditional Alpine chalet, but the interiors are more sleek urban crash pad than ski resort chintz. Chill-out tunes play throughout the taupe and cream communal areas, which are decorated with giant lamps, squishy low-slung sofas, oversize vases of flowers and flickering modern glass fireplaces. And the large picture windows offer panoramic views of Mont Blanc.
Bed and Bath
All 27 guestrooms and suites have either a private terrace or a balcony with a view of the mountains. The minimalist snow and beige color scheme is accented by dove-gray stained pine walls and charcoal-gray faux fur cushions and throws. The square-edged granite bathrooms are generously stocked with Hermès toiletries during the winter season.
Dine on fancy French fare at the Michelin-starred La Table de l'Alpaga, overseen by Christophe Schuffenecker, or tuck into a burger or salad at the laid-back eatery L'Onyx. The superb La Colline spa offers every permutation of Swiss precision skincare and features an indoor pool as well as a hammam. There's also an outdoor wooden Swedish hot tub plus a sauna that can fit 12 people, both strategically positioned to maximize the soaring mountain views.
In the Area
Megève is the St.Tropez of the ski slopes, attracting a glittering, old-money crowd of fur-coated French visitors in the winter. The skiing is extensive and scenic, if rather unchallenging and sometimes unreliable because of the relatively low altitude. The summer draws a younger set, who come to the mountains for hiking, whitewater rafting, and rock climbing in nearby Chamonix. The restaurants in town are rather pricey and but authentically French. The Brasserie Centrale does excellent brasserie staples (entrecote frites, crème brûlée) while Le Vieux-Megeve is the place for cheesy specialities. Après-ski it’s low-key, but head to 5 Rues for subdued late night jazz and a few slinky cocktails year-round.
66 Allee Des Marmousets
How to Get There
Flights are available to Geneva International Airport (GVA) from major U.S. cities on a variety of carriers. Transfers to/from GVA, about 43 miles away (a one hour drive), are approximately $314 for two people, each way, and $327 for four people, each way, in a private car and can be arranged through the property.