• Megève
  • Chamonix-Mont-Blanc
  • Courchevel

Savoie-Mont Blanc sits right at the border of France, Switzerland and Italy and has indeed some of the most beautiful parts of the Alps. It is one of the largest linked ski destinations of the world, connecting 19 ski areas and allowing you to buy special passes to explore around its 110 resorts. Its high altitude also guarantees good snow quality and a longer ski season. It has some record breaking qualities as well: The highest ski village in Europe (Val Thorens, 2300 m), the highest ski run in Europe (Tignes, starting at 3550 m) and the largest ski resort in the world (Les 3 Vallées with 600 kms of ski runs) are here! Savoie area has also been specialised in cheese and wine production, so you can be sure that you will eat here well. "Fondue Savoyarde" is a famous cheese fondue you should taste, made with kirsh and white Savoie wine. Local cheese varieties include Raclette, Reblochon, Tomme de Savoie and Beaufort. The region has a special character, offering many castles, museums, gardens, picturesque 13th century mountain villages, chalets and Belle Époque palace hotels. You can fly to Geneva or Lyon and be transferred by car or shuttle to your ski resort in about an hour.

  • Four Seasons Hotel Megève

    Hotel guests are carried to the ski-lifts by horse sledges in the Four Seasons Hotel Megève. This is the one and only hotel with this exclusive service in Megève.

  • Les Chalets du Mont d’Arbois

    The exclusive hotel of the Rothschild family, which will merge with Four Seasons Hotel Megève this year. This will be a first in Europe, with two Fours Seasons in the same mountain! Do not miss its one Michelin star in-house restaurant as well.

  • Les Fermes de Marie

    The ultimate point the rustic-chic can get in French Alps! They have chalets, besides rooms and suits decorated with fur throws and wood-beamed walls, as well as several charming restaurants and a chic spa.

  • Cafe Woody

    Perhaps the cutest spot on Megève to enjoy a lunch or coffee break in a hut next to the slopes.

  • Flocons de Sel

    3 Michelin starred Flocons de Sel is a great chef-owned restaurant inside a Relaix & Chateux hotel with the same name. You cannot find such an abundant and rich presentation in many fine-dining restaurant! Chef Emmanuel Renaut usually greets his guests at the kitchen at the end of the feast.

  • L’ideal 1850

    A Rothschild establishment that offers an amazing terrace and a great wine & champaigne list. It is at an easily accessible spot for non-skiers as well.

  • La Sauvageonne

    Attracts visitors with its dessert made of macarons, Evian bottles signed by Chiara Ferragni, and its clubby atmosphere on fridays and saturdays.

  • Le Torrent Restaurant

    A cosy chalet restaurant at the heart of Megève village, to enjoy Savoyard specialties.

  • La Folie Douce Saint Gervais

    A bar that takes off-piste fun to a whole new level.

  • Le Cap Horn

    A Chamonix classic.

  • Poco Loco

    It is worth waiting the long lines for its amazing burgers.

  • Aiguille du Midi

    One of the valley’s most popular observation platforms for more than 60 years, allowing you to have 360° views of French, Swiss and Italian Alps as well as the most clear views of Mont Blanc from its summit terrace at 3,842m.

  • Montenvers Train

    This tourist train takes you upto Mer de Glace, which is one of the examplary glaciers of the Alps.

  • Terminal Neige - Refuge du Montenvers

    This is the place to stay in Chamonix! It is really special with its terraces overlooking the ice river of Mer de Glace.

  • The Mont Blanc Express

    Another scenic mountain train route that runs from the French station of St Gervais/Le Fayet and ends up at the Swiss station of Martigny. The train stops at some of the key places in the Chamonix valley and in Switzerland, and if you are staying in a hotel Chamonix Valley, you can travel for free between the stations of Servoz and Vallorcine, showing your "Carte d'Hote" (Guest Card).

  • Cheval Blanc

    Luxury hospitality in a traditional chalet atmosphere, with an emphasis on modern art.

  • Hôtel Barrière Les Neiges

    This ski-in / ski-out hotel has a perfect trainer team and stylish ski room.

  • Hotel Les Airelles

    For those who are looking for romantic chalet atmosphere. It offers Pierre Gagnaire’s two-Michelin-star restaurant and amazing lunch and dessert buffets at La Table du Jardin Alpin.

  • Le K2 Palace

    30 rooms and 7 chalets Inspired by Himalayas, and located at Courchevel 1850 just next to the slopes.

  • La Cendree

    Italian restaurant serving great pizzas.

  • La Saluire

    A gastronomical restaurant at Courchevel 1850 that you'd be happy to visit for its black truffle recipes and wine list.

  • L'Arbe

    Savoyard specialties at Courchevel 1850.

  • Le Chalet des Pierres

    An ideal lunch spot right next to the slopes.

  • Le Genépi

    Traditional French cooking at a lovely mountain chalet.

  • Le Mangeoire

    A chique restaurant at Courchevel 1850 with a rich wine list. 

  • Nammos Courchevel 1850

    Great food and music awaits you at the sunbathing terrace of this clubby restaurant. The top beach club of Mykonos also rocks the mountains!

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