Zannier Hotels Le Chalet
In 2006, the Zannier family purchased this property from the French chef Marc Veyrat who had run a gastronomic restaurant here since 1999. In December 2011, after carrying out extensive renovation works on the two existing chalets and building a third, the new Zannier Hotels Le Chalet opened its doors. It is located in prestigious Megève, which the Rothschild family made famous in the 1920s, as a French alternative to St Moritz. Today, it remains a favourite among the French and international jet-set, with its boutiques, hotels, refined restaurants and 445km of ski runs.Check availability
- Le Chalet is made up of two independent chalets (spanning just over 5000 sqm) and is a five minutes walk from the centre of Megève. In total it has 12 rooms, including six suites. All of these are decorated in a traditional, elegant style with natural materials that blend seamlessly with the modern comfort of a 5-star hotel, such as flat screen TVs, complimentary WIFI and integrated sound systems.
- A spa area comprises two treatment rooms, hammam, sauna, relaxation area and indoor heated swimming pool.
- Additional services include 24/7 concierge, valet service, chauffeur service, personal guiding, ski gear reservation, babysitting, personal shopping and more.
- The hotel is open during summer and winter time on a B&B basis.
- The amenities and linen have been thoughtfully selected: AESOP for the sense of wellbeing its products offer; Yves Delorme for its timeless bath robes and towels, known for their softness.
Wine & Dine
- Restaurant “La Ferme de mon Père”: A menu designed by the French chef Julien Burlat.
- Wine bar: Located in the restaurant, a new, sumptuous area with club-style armchairs and vineyard tables.
- Dress up in Fusalp ski wear to hit the slopes.
- Suites from € 520 / night
Where to eat
La Dame de Pic – Le 1920 You can come directly from the slopes for a lunchtime experience at the weekend, or a great dinner. Set in the Four Seasons Megeve, Mont d’Arbois, you can choose from A La Carte or a set menu with either a wine or non-alcoholic pairing.
Les Grands Crus de Fondue: Located near to the centre, in the M de Megève Hotel, this is a fondue experience like no other, where guests can select their own vintage cheeses for the ‘Grand Cru of fondues’.
Le Refuge du Calvaire: A little mountain bistro on the way to Le Mont d’Arbois, with comforting food and a cosy setting. When the sun shines, you can enjoy the terrace and its views. If you want to walk up from the village, you can take the Chemin du Calvaire path.
More tips in our Megeve Insider’s Guide.
- Megève's ski area has 450km of slopes and 80 perfectly integrated ski lifts within three areas.
- Cross-country skiing: a huge range of slopes has been developed in recent years.
How to get there
- Airports: Geneva (1 hour), Annecy (1hour 15), Lyon St-Exupéry (2hours)
- Megève heliport is 10 minutes by car
- Train stations: Sallanches (15 mins), Genève TGV (1hour),
- Transfer by helicopter from Geneva Airport to Megève heliport takes 20 minutes.
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