Les Fermes de Marie
Up a quiet lane from Megève village, you will find Les Fermes de Marie, a clutch of centuries-old mountain farmhouses with rustic-luxe interiors. High up in the French Alps, this fashionable ski resort was put on the map back in the early 1900s by the Rothschild family, and this five-star hotel is one of its institutions.Check availability
- 70 cocoon-like alpine bedrooms are filled with carved antique furniture and swaddled in fluffy throws, woolen headboards, and piles of tactile cushions.
Wellness & Spa
- Pure Altitude Spa, including rejuvenating alpine-infused treatments, hot stone massages, Japanese baths, and a hammam (Turkish bath).
Wine & Dine
- When it comes to the food, gourmands are well accounted for. In winter, guests can tour the hotel’s four restaurants, including Traditionnel, one of the most beautiful restaurants in all of the Alps, which serves up classic French dishes using the very best local fish and meat; Le Vieux Megève for Savoyard specialties like fondue and tartiflette; and the intimate La Salle à Manger, which focuses on black truffle dishes. In the summer, you can walk—or jump in the hotel’s 4×4— to L’Alpage, its secluded mountain table surrounded by wild meadows.
- Mountain casual during the day. Dressed up with silks and diamonds at dinner.
- Rates start at EUR. 490 per night.
Where to Eat
La Dame de Pic – Le 1920 You can come directly from the slopes for a lunchtime experience at the weekend or a great dinner. Set in the Four Seasons Megeve, Mont d’Arbois, you can choose from A La Carte or a set menu with either a wine or non-alcoholic pairing.
Les Grands Crus de Fondue: Located near the center, in the M de Megève Hotel, this is a fondue experience like no other, where guests can select their vintage cheeses for the ‘Grand Cru of fondues’.
Le Refuge du Calvaire: A little mountain bistro on the way to Le Mont d’Arbois, with comforting food and a cozy setting. When the sun shines, you can enjoy the terrace and its views. If you want to walk up from the village, you can take the Chemin du Calvaire path.
Find more tips in our Megeve Insider’s Guide.
- Megève's ski area has 450km of slopes and 80 perfectly integrated ski lifts within three areas.
- Cross-country skiing: a huge range of slopes has been developed in recent years.
How to Get There
- Airports: Geneva (1 hour), Annecy (1 hour 15), Lyon St-Exupéry (2 hours).
- Megève heliport is 10 minutes by car.
- Train stations: Sallanches (15 mins), Genève TGV (1 hour).
- Transfer by helicopter from Geneva Airport to Megève heliport takes 20 minutes.