The rich, Alpine-motivated 31 visitor rooms and suites highlight Cedar-framed roofs and dividers completed in light silk chenille, in addition to substantial windows with mountain or town sees. A few suites offer private overhangs with hot tubs.
For feasting, the Restaurant serves contemporary French cooking in a rich setting with dull wood framing, engravings and frescoes on the dividers, warmed by candlelight. Tapas Corner offers beverages and snacks with French and Thai impacts, and the Salon offers light snacks also. There’s likewise the rock stone bar with mark mixed drinks, and the Library for après-ski unwinding.
The Spa offers four treatment rooms and an assortment of remedial medicines made to mitigate following a day on the slants. There are specific foot and hand treatments, alongside back rubs and facials. Private yoga sessions are offered, and there is a wellness focus, hammam, warmed indoor pool, and a Jacuzzi.
Winter exercises incorporate snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and tobogganing down the two-kilometer hurried to Courchevel 1550 for après-ski fun, and in addition shopping and eating in the town.
Set in the heart of the Trois Vallées, in the Alpine town of Courchevel 1850, a standout amongst the most in vogue ski towns in the French Alps.
Headings to Hotel
Le Mélézin is around 1 hour and 30 minutes from the Geneva and Lyon International Airports. The Chambéry Airport and heliport are adjacent.