Plush Alpine chalet in chic Megève
This classy Alpine chalet hotel in Mégève’s unspoilt town centre is drop-dead chic. Blond pine and oak panelling glow invitingly, and the confident mix of English country house and trad Haute Savoie works a treat.
- A Megeve mountain high.
- Great skiing practically on the doorstep.
- The snow inspired Spa.
Hit the Spot
On Megève's pretty village square.
There's a drawing room where traditional afternoon teas are served, a sunny little courtyard and a full spa with an indoor pool, outdoor jacuzzi and treatment cabins.
Good to know
You'll need to carry your bags from the car – the hotel is in a pedestrianised zone.
Minimum StayTwo nights or more during peak season.
ClosedClosed for two weeks in May and October.
ParkingNearby garage or street parking is available. The hotel is on a pedestrianised street.
AirportGeneva – 75km
TrainSallanche station – 12km
Location29 Rue Ambroise Martin, Place de L'Eglise, Megève, French Alps, 74120, France
41 rooms and suites
Bedrooms are trad Haute Savoie with a twist – well dressed beds, undressed big bathtubs. Expect antique wood panelling and warm Savoyard fabrics, big beds and cable TV. Some suites have delectable double jacuzzis and toasty open fires.
We loved the luxurious Suites, cocooned in true Alpine style in warm wood panelling and Savoyard fabrics. Centrepiece of the bathroom is a big round double jacuzzi bath – the perfect après-ski tonic.
Eat & Drink
Named after Jean Cocteau's play of the same name, Les Enfants Terribles is a chic brasserie with an open kitchen where you can sneak a peek at chef Thierry Guinot at work. Choose from Alpine raclettes, fondues, and mixed grills, and do leave room for the afternoon teas, calorific hot chocolate and delicious cakes served every afternoon in the front salon.
Breakfast is served until 11am
Available morning and evening.
See & Do
Chances are you'll be on the piste in winter or out walking in the summer months. Megève's highly rated slopes are tailor-made for intermediate skiers, and if hurtling through all that white stuff isn't your scene, take a horse-drawn sleigh ride from the village square or try some open-air skating. You can always while away an afternoon breathing in that wonderful Alpine air with a warming vin chaud.
The Pure Altitude spa at Hotel Mont Blanc is all silver and white – very fittingly reflecting its Alpine surrounds with snow-sprinkled walls, igloo cabins and snowball lamps. Treatments are based on mountain plants and natural ingredients, and there's a swimming pool, outdoor jacuzzi and four treatment cabins.