Les Chalets du Mont d’Arbois / Megève
Chalets with 5* hotel service
At the foot of the Mont d’Arbois golf course, experience classic Alpine charm in the Four Seasons mountain retreat. Five minutes from the heart of Megève, these three traditional wooden chalets reflect the rich heritage of the Rothschild family, who established the town as a ski destination a century ago. Enhance your stay with Michelin-starred dining at Prima restaurant, swimming in the indoor-outdoor pool and organic Bamford spa treatments. Discover this sister property to Four Seasons Hotel Megève.
Three luxurious traditional chalets which can be booked as a whole or by room. Chalets Ève, Noémie and Alice have 41 rooms, including eight suites, offering many possibilities to enjoy the accommodations in a personal and exclusive way.
Twenty‑four elegant rooms with understated furniture that gives the mountain spirit a more modern update. In the lounge, you can relax and chat by the huge fireplace or at the bar before experiencing the exquisite cuisine of the 1 Michelin star „Prima“ restaurant. Rejuvenation and well‑being await you in the spa, which is open to the natural surroundings.
A few steps from the Chalet Ève, Chalet Noémie is a veritable architectural landmark. Built in 1920 by Henry Jacques Le Même, on commission of the Rothschild family, it has influenced countless luxury chalets through its style and played an important role in establishing Megève’s identity.
Chalet Noémie has four superb suites. The largest, suite Noémie (140 m² / 1500 f²), offers enchanting amenities, such as the bathroom complete with a hot tub where you can take in the natural beauty of the sky. Pure indulgence.
Chalet Alice is decorated in vivid colours, bringing cheerfulness and light into the rooms through subtle blends in a chic bohemian style. The materials used highlight a play of textures: the lively fabrics create distinctive effects, both visual and tactile.
This intimate chalet, with six bedrooms and two suites has a private dining room and a spacious, inviting lounge, where family and friends can gather in front of the large fireplace. In summer, you can simply sit back and enjoy the surrounding natural environment from your garden.
And to enhance these relaxing moments, two spa treatment rooms and a steam room are at your disposal. Chalet Alice can be booked for private events, with hotel services available.
FOOD & DRINK
Prima: Savour the local gastronomic cuisine of Chef Nicolas Hensinger. The intimate, art-filled restaurant was awarded its first Michelin star in January 2019. The wine list highlights the vineyards of Edmond de Rothschild Heritage – from Bordeaux to Spain and New Zealand.
Bar Mont d’Arbois: Feel the fresh Alpine atmosphere in this traditional bar, featuring a wood-beamed ceiling, stone fireplace and an outstanding collection of artwork selected by Baroness Benjamin de Rothschild. Enjoy local cuisine, après-golf cocktails prepared by the expert bartender, or a delectable afternoon tea to share with loved ones.
Pool Terrace: Appreciate a relaxing moment with your feet in the swimming pool and a cocktail in your hand while the chef prepares healthy dishes for lunch using locally sourced products.
41 rooms and suites
24 hour in-room dining
Daily housekeeping (twice
Shuttle service to Megève village
Heated indoor/outdoor pool
Three treatment rooms with therapies using organic Bamford spa products
Prices & Service
Five minutes from the center of Megève
Distances to airports
Annecy (NCY): 85km
Geneva (GVA): 90km
Chambéry (CMF): 95km
Lyon (LYS): 170km
The Megève mountain resort is situated at 1,115m above sea level. The charming Alpine town is part of the Évasion Mont Blanc region with stunning luxury chalets for rent, catered and self-catered. Many have a swimming pool, hot tub, sauna and gym, for the very best luxury ski holidays.
With its traditional rustic atmosphere and authentic medieval architecture, it seems that Megève has always existed up there, just like the fascinating mountain scenery of smooth pastures, mystery-green forests and stunning heights all around. Megève is like a fairytale picture of old times. Narrow streets and old buildings form its enchanting medieval centre; the pedestrian zone with the horse-drawn sleighs and carriages passing only add a magical touch, almost imaginable serenity of a trip into history.
But still, the town offers infinite range of entertainment, so tourists can enjoy after returning from back-in-time. Megève at night is an experience you should not miss. 9 discos and plenty of clubs and bars create the special lively atmosphere of the nocturne town. There is a casino for those who feel "lucky tonight" and a prefect selection of various restaurants for those who prefer nice food and fine wines! In fact, Megève is known as one of the most valuable gastronomic stops of the Alps and a famous French culinary spot. During the day you could enjoy the majestic mountain landscapes from the terrace of a café, or take a traditional lunch in a cosy bistro in the medieval heart of the town.
skiing in megève
Megève gives access to a vast skiing area of slopes suitable for all levels of skiers. Most of the runs are best for intermediates and beginners, but there are still 23% advanced and expert skiing pistes and excellent off-piste opportunities. A modern system of 84 lifts has been established in the resort. Additional skiing opportunities are available in the neighbor resorts of Combloux and Saint-Gervais-les-Bains. 75km of picturesque trails are at the disposition of cross-country skiers. The snow season here continues from mid-December to Mid-April with sufficient amount of snow during that time.
MEGÈVE RESORT INFO
Ski runs: 325km | Green: 17% | Blue: 30% | Red: 40% | Black: 13% | Lifts: 84 | Longest downhill run: 9km | Cross-country: 75km | Snow parks: 2
THINGS TO DO IN MEGÈVE
Snow parks | Off-piste skiing | Heliskiing | Ice climbing | Paragliding | Ice skating | Hockey | Curling
ÉVASION MONT BLANC INFO
Minimum altitude: 850m | Maximum altitude: 2,353m | Height difference: 1,503m | Ski runs: 445km | Pistes: 235 | Green: 45 | Blue: 65 Red: 91 | Black: 34 | Lifts: 135 | Drag lifts: 62 | Chair lifts: 45 | Gondolas: 12 | Cable cars: 2 | Carpet lifts: 8 | Tow ropes: 6 | Cross-Country: 75km | Snowshoe trails: 37km | Ski touring trails: 12,5km | Halfpipes: 2 | Snowparks: 7 | Toboggan runs: 2 | Culminating point: Mont-Blanc summit at 4,807m | Mountain restaurants: 28