We love the position of the Hotel Royale Rochebrune – at the bottom of the pistes (including the Grands Champs and Capuchine greens for beginners and families) by the Rochebrune cable car. It’s also about a ten minute walk down to the village if you want to have a look around the shops, cafes and jazz bars.
Half board is the most popular when it comes to ski hotels; wake up to a buffet breakfast before heading out for a day on the slopes. You’ll find restaurants dotted about the ski area and back in the village for lunchtime – we like the views (and outdoor grill) at Super Megève and La Caboche is a lovely ‘restaurant and sandwicherie’. Having supper provided in your hotel keeps things simple in the evenings (and with the acclaimed restaurants you find in Megeve, you can save a lot of money by not eating out every evening!).
Most hotels put on special gala suppers over Christmas and New Year, check the individual accommodation pages for an idea of what’s on offer in each property.
Pick a hotel with added luxuries like its own spa facilities if you like to relax in style at the end of the day.
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