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    Megève

    Luxury Chalets Megève

    Our luxury chalets in Megève, a typical Alpine village near Mont Blanc in the French Alps, are part of one of the world's most exclusive ski resorts. The Rothschilds created this jet-set ski resort in the 1920s, and it exudes French alpine beauty all year. Megève is the perfect alpine destination for 2024, with stunning ski slopes, a renowned golf course, delicious restaurants, stylish pubs, luxury hotels and, of course, magnificent chalets.

    Explore our selection of luxury chalets in Megève, which includes a carefully chosen selection for you to pick from when visiting this French ski resort with your friends and family in 2024. Our Megève chalets have wonderful facilities such as private pools, indoor spas, home cinema, breathtaking mountain views, and ski in/out access.

    Whether you’re searching for a modern vacation chalet on the slopes or an apartment in the centre of Megève, we can help you locate the ideal chalet rental for your stay. If you’re travelling with small children, we can recommend the best child-friendly chalets. Our chalets are located in and around Megève village center, allowing you to choose the best area suitable for your family ski holiday.

    In addition, you may go through our selection of private chalets in Megève for large parties.

    Luxury ski holidays in Megève

    Megève, founded in the 1920s by the Rothschilds as a French alternative to St. Moritz, was a popular vacation for the French nobility and is still one of the world’s most luxurious ski resorts today.

    Luxury chalets in Megève abound, exuding an air of elegance and sophistication that draws the international jet set. Megeve is also an ideal family ski vacation destination, as well as a cultural and social hub with a deliciously French feel. The lovely car-free village is centred around a major medieval-style plaza with a broad mix of buildings.

    Megève is a dream for window shoppers and those who want to experience a luxury ski resort without having to hit the slopes. It has trendy stores, wonderful Michelin-star restaurants, and sophisticated pubs where you can have a post-ski cocktail or two. Those staying in a catered chalet in Megève, on the other hand, will be well provided for in terms of cuisine.

    Megève is one of France’s most gorgeous ski resorts, with views of Mont Blanc from several of its courses. During a luxury ski break in Megève, there is plenty of skiing for all ages and levels, divided into three sectors: Rochebrune, Mont d’Arbois, and Le Jaillet.

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    Skiing in Megève

    Megève’s magnificent ski resort is divided into three major sections, two of which are connected by cable car. If you book a catered chalet in Megève, you will most likely be provided with a driver, making it easy to go to the slopes. The Chamois gondola takes you directly from the town core to Rochebrune, the most accessible (and picturesque) region.

    A cross-valley cable car connects to the second sector, Mont d’Arbois, which culminates at Mont Joly (2353m). This is the largest sector with elevators and goes in numerous directions. It is also accessible via La Princesse, St Gervais, and St Nicolas, as well as via a free bus from town. The third section, Le Jaillet, is across the valley. Separate from the other two areas, Le Jaillet is linked to the slopes of La Giettaz and Combloux, and it offers some of the greatest off-piste skiing in the resort.

    Megeve is classified as a ‘low’ resort since there is limited skiing over 2,000 m. However, the slopes are grazing land and require less snow covering than the rockier slopes of higher resorts. There are also large snowmaking facilities in case the major dumps do not materialise.

    With a plethora of ski schools and great beginning slopes above the village, Megeve is an ideal location for learning to ski. With a large connected slopes, Megeve is an excellent resort for developing ski skills, but there is also plenty of red (and easy black) slopes available. 

    Chamois on the Mont Joly and the women’s downhill course at Cote 2000 provide the most demanding skiing, with lots of off-piste terrain to explore. Freestyle skiers may rehearse their techniques in many terrain parks, including Mont Joux, Rochebrune, and the top of the Jaillet gondola.

    Best restaurants in Megève

    Whether you are staying in a catered chalet rental in Megeve or prefer self-catering accommodations, it is worthwhile to visit the resort’s numerous pubs and restaurants. Emmanuel Renaut’s Flocons de Sel, a three-Michelin-star restaurant, offers panoramic views of the Alps from its remote setting. La Table de l’Alpaga, which also has two Michelin stars, focuses on regional foods.

    If you want to experience authentic Alpine charm, look no further than L’Alpage. This mountain restaurant provides traditional Savoie dishes including fondue, raclette, and tartiflette. For those with a sweet craving, Le Prieure is well-known for its artisan teas and sweets such as lemon meringue pie and cheesecake. Finally, La Ferme de Mon Pére employs local French ingredients to create excellent meals like black truffle risotto and liquorice-flavored frog legs.

    La Folie Douce in Megève, part of the well-known network, is located at the top of the Mont Joux lift and serves as a venue for mountaintop music and dance. After dinner in your Megeve chalet, proceed to the Cocoon club, where a DJ and live bands perform on a regular basis.

    The resort of Megeve is located in the department of Haute-Savoie in the Rhone-Alpes area.

    Lodge Destinations collaborates with a variety of taxi companies to provide shared, private, and luxury road transfers from your preferred airport to Megeve. 

    Geneva (GVA)
    1h10 / 70 km

    Lyon (LYS)
    2h10 / 170 km

    Chambery (CMF) / Grenoble (GNB)
    1h10 / 95 km

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