Open summer and winter, and as great in the snow as in the sun, France’s ski resorts are always bustling.
Here are three suggestions for unforgettable high-altitude moments.
The “Les Airelles” hotel in Courchevel
Courchevel’s Hotel des Airelles is without doubt one of the country’s most prestigious mountain hotels.
Luxurious rooms and suites, a swimming pool, a spa, a private ice rink, luxury boutiques and restaurants await on the edge of the runs.
Hôtel Les Airelles, rue du Jardin Alpin 73120 Courchevel
The “Le Yule” hotel in Val d’Isère
In the heart of Val d’Isère, Le Yule allies the charm of a spacious Alpine chalet with the luxury and refinement of a 5-star hotel.
In collaboration with Nuxe, the hotel’s spa is perfect to relax after a day on the runs, and a bar and the “Le Solstice” restaurant are ideal for a gourmet break in the day’s skiing. In a prime location in the heart of the village, the hotel is just metres from the shops and the ski lifts.
Hôtel Le Yule, rue du Front de Neige, 73150 Val d’Isère
The “Le M” hotel in Megève
M de Megève is a 5-star hotel located in the centre of the resort just a stone’s throw from the Chamois ski lifts.
The beautiful timber-clad decor creates the atmosphere of an alpine chalet, and an unforgettable few days are on the cards…
Hôtel Le M, 15 Route de Rochebrune, 74120 Megève.
In the summer when the Alpine resorts are obviously less hectic than during the ski season, magnificent landscapes that we are more used to seeing covered in snow take on a different yet nonetheless enchanting appearance.
A great time of the year for a stay in one these luxury hotels, ideal bases to chill out, to go hiking, to browse the shops and bask in the beauty of the mountains.