Four Seasons Hotel Megève, Megeve

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Overview - hotel description - Four Seasons Hotel Megève description

The Four Seasons Hotel Megève is a spectacular addition to the charming town of Megève and offers the ultimate 5-star experience. With direct access to the slopes of the Mont d'Arbois area, this is the ideal base for exploring the local ski area and is a ten-minute drive (using the hotel's complimentary shuttle service) to the village centre.

The dining options are first-class: choose from the two Michelin-starred restaurant Le 1920 or Kaito, Megève's first Japanese restaurant. Alternatively private dinners can be arranged in the hotel's intimate wine cellar or for a more laidback setting, the Edmond Bar offers excellent informal dining.

The hotel's facilities also include a 900m² spa complex offering a range of beauty treatments (at a fee), as well as an indoor-outdoor swimming pool, saunas, steam rooms, relaxation area and a fitness room. Younger guests are also well-catered for with a Kids' Kingdom and dedicated Teen Zone.

Price includes

  • WiFi access
  • Access to leisure facilities
  • Complimentary shuttle service

Optional extras

  • Spa treatments
  • Babysitting
  • Ski & snowboard equipment rental
  • Room service

Facilities - Four Seasons Hotel Megève features

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

We feature Superior and Deluxe Rooms on a bed and breakfast basis. Other rooms and suites are available on request.

All rooms are en suite and feature:

  • Bathroom with TV & hairdryer
  • Bathrobes
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Safe
  • Minibar
  • Flat-screen TV and phone
  • Furnished balcony (for Deluxe rooms and above only)

Meals - food and drink in Four Seasons Hotel Megève

We update Four Seasons Hotel Megève's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Megeve - about holidays in Megeve - about ski holidays in Megeve - about ski holidays in Megeve France

Gorgeous alpine village Large linked ski area

When it comes to the world’s ski resorts, Megeve is one of the classics, complete with a medieval village square and heaps of mountain history. This isn’t just a posh place to ski; besides acclaimed restaurants, legendary jazz bars and chic boutiques, you also have 445km of seriously scenic, family friendly skiing.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Luxury Families Scenery

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Snow History: December average depth 61.17cm

Megeve trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Geneva84km, 1h
Region:France, Alps.
First opened:1914

Megeve lift pass price last reported as 205 € (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Four Seasons Hotel Megève.
Night skiing: Yes
Megeve has N S E facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1113m
Top of slopes: 2525m
Bottom of piste: 1020m
Vertical drop: 1412m
Total length of trails:445km
Longest piste:3.7km
Baroness Noémie de Rothschild put Megeve on the map back in the ’20’s as a French equivalent of Switzerland’s über posh St Moritz... nowadays, it’s grouped with St Moritz in the prestigious ‘Best of the Alps’ group alongside other alpine legends like Kitzbühel and Chamonix. While the Mont d’Arbois and Mont Blanc massif is a sight for the eyes in itself, this old market town is brimming with traditional alpine charm. Car-free, cobbled streets surround the main square with its medieval church and hors...
Children are very well catered for with several kids clubs at the bottom of the Rochebrune, Princesse, Jaillet and Mont d’Arbois cable cars and at the top of the Chamois station. The Evasion area has over 40 green pistes, meaning lots of variety for beginners and there’s no being left to get the gondola down at the end of the day while others squeeze in one last run - you can ski greens down to the Mont d’Arbois, Jaillet and Rochebrune base stations. Mont d’Arbois is the perfect place to start: the lovely ...
Club de Jazz Les Cinq Rues is probably the most famous venue as it’s one of the biggest jazz clubs in France. While it’s expensive, it’s said to have the best music in town and has hosted huge names in the jazz world. Les Caves is another popular option for a cocktail or two in a sophisticated, jazzy atmosphere. If you want something Megevan through and through, the Lodge is a cosy bar with stylish log tables and comfy leather sofas. Bar des Alpes has WiFi and a nice sun terrace. For later on in the evening...

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