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Chalet du Mont d’Arbois*****.

The good thing about the Megève hotel scene is that it developed naturally - very slowly and steadily, so the town has retained its charm. All its hotels have 'that certain something', a wonderful example is the best hotel in town, the Chalet du Mont d’Arbois.


Les Fermes de Marie*****.

'Les fermes', the 'farm houses', is actually a hotel with 70 rooms and suites, and two luxury class chalets. Staying here is like going back a century - without having to do without any of modern life's little luxuries, though.



In the centre of Megève, in close proximity to the shops, bars and restaurants, is the Chalet Tanniere with its five luxurious bedrooms and a 60m² private spa. It is also only five minutes on foot to the ski lifts.


L‘Auberge de la Côte 2000.

A rustic Alpine hut right in the middle of a ski area: it started its life in Austria, and was moved to Megève in the 1960s. At the foot of the Côte 2000 piste: a dining hall with log fire, a large sun terrace, a buffet serving Savoyard specialities, barbecued meals and tasty desserts.


L’Idéal 1850.

This luxury Alpine hut is situated at the summit station of the Mont d‘Arbois and Princesse cable cars, with a 300 degree panorama across Mont Blanc. The Michelin Guide describes it as 'Megève's most glamorous mountain top restaurant'.


Flocons de Sel.

In a place where the rich and famous feel at home, the right culinary venues should also not be missing. In Megève, the gourmet gurus from Michelin and Gault Millau recommend above all the cuisine of Emanuel Renaut.


L‘Alpage at the Hotel Le Fer à Cheval.

Restaurant critic Gilles Pudlowski has credited the 'L‘Alpage' at the Hotel Le Fer à Cheval with serving the best fondue in Megève. The building used to house the village forge. The restaurant, recommended in the Michelin Guide, is also famous for its other Savoyard specialities.


'Les Enfants Terribles' at the Hotel Mont-Blanc.

Luxury brasserie with arty flair, dedicated to the myth of author and painter Jean Cocteau: Cocteau's novel 'Les enfants terribles' is the inspiration for the Hotel Mont-Blanc restaurant's name, and his paintings decorate the walls. The cuisine has been accorded two Gault Millau toques.

Insider Tipps

With a view of Mont Blanc.

Seventy kilometres from Geneva (airport) lies the traditional winter sports resort of Megève. It boasts almost a hundred years of history as a fashionable ski resort. Much of the splendour, especially of the fifties, can still be felt in this prosperous ski resort with its well-kept villas and chalets. Especially when it comes to the celebrated après-ski with French savoir-vivre.

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Hotel Morgane ****.

The cool hotel: A young team and design go well together. Added to this is the Michelin 1-star kitchen inspired by India and an ecological concept.


The Charamillon.

In the skiing area around the Col de Balme with its soft, gentle pistes, there is a distinct alpine, pastoral atmosphere. The Charamillon slopes are home to a lodge of the same name which has a south-facing terrace, cafeteria and snack bar.


Plan Joran.

Cafeteria, snack bar and restaurant – this is all on offer at the Plan Joran Lodge which is situated at an altitude of 1,923 metres. You can get to the lodge really easily from the Lognan cable car (intermediate station) or the Plan Joran chairlift in the glacial skiing area of Grands Montets.
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