Opening in time for the 2017/18 ski season, Four Seasons Hotel Megeve continues the romance and tradition of Europe’s finest mountain resorts in an all-new six-storey slopeside hotel offering modern accommodations, a host of dining and drinking options, extensive leisure facilities for families, couples and friends travelling together, and direct access to the region’s wide range of winter and summer recreation.
Dining options will include Le 1920 restaurant, a two Michelin-starred establishment that will be moving to a new home within Four Seasons Hotel Megeve. Four other venues will offer all day dining as well as pre-and-post recreation refreshments, cosy fireside settings, and spectacular mountain and valley views from large picture windows and outdoor terraces.
Leisure amenities within the Hotel include a contemporary spa offering both indulgent and results-driven treatments, a fully equipped fitness centre and year-round indoor-outdoor pool with indoor lounge seating, fireplace and refreshment counter, and outdoor sun terrace with views over the valley and mountains. For younger guests, clubs for children and teens offer their own dedicated spaces to learn, play and connect. Outside the hotel, recreational options are endless, from 136 groomed snow runs under a single lift pass and preferred access to the world class Mont d’Arbois Golf Club right outside the door to snowboarding, hot air ballooning, mountain biking, skating, paragliding and much more.
Located in southeastern France, Megève offers a mix of Alpine charm and international sophistication. The most desirable of the surrounding ski areas, Mont d’Arbois is just 10 minutes from Megève’s charming village and features its own collection of Michelin-starred restaurants, high-end chalets and hotels, including Four Seasons Hotel Megève. And, at just 75 minutes by car from Geneva, the ultimate holiday can include a stop at the lakeside Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues Geneva on the way to or from Megève.
Four Seasons Hotel Megeve will be the third Four Seasons hotel in France, joining the acclaimed Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris and the legendary Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel. It will be the fifth mountain resort destination in the company’s portfolio, which includes resorts in Jackson Hole, Santa Fe and Vail in the United States, and Whistler in Canada.