Nightly ski package incl lift pass – Hotel Mont Blanc.
Open: 07 Dec 2018 – 07 Apr 2019
Location: village center of Megeve.
Situated in the heart of the village and close to the ski lifts, this boutique hotel has regained its reputation under the creative impulsion of the Sibuet family, all the while respecting the spirit of pioneers past, including Georges Boisson and his many friends, including Jean Cocteau who named the restaurant: Les Enfants Terribles.
The Hotel Mont-Blanc, at the peak of hospitality for over a century boasts a past worthy of the greatest Parisian palaces…
At the time, Jean Cocteau had even nicknamed it “the twenty-first arrondissement of Paris”. The story goes that the hotel was a revolving door for an endless list of painters, singers and actors: Bernard Buffet, Sacha Distel, Jean Marais, Josephine Baker, Juliette Greco or Brigitte Bardot.
In 1960, Roger Vadim chose this already legendary hotel for the location to shoot his film adaptation of “Dangerous Liaisons” with Jeanne Moreau and Gérard Philippe. Frescoes and original drawings, lithographs, sculptures and quotes engraved in the wood are all nods to the heyday of Megève, to Jean Cocteau, to the artists and to the wild energy brought in by the 60s…
It is therefore a natural next step that Jocelyne Sibuet marks the decoration of the new Signature Suites in a vintage spirit, brilliantly reinterpreted in tribute to some of the hotel’s most familiar artists. All are different, exclusive, yet all help to create the new style of the Hotel Mont-Blanc: chic, artistic and couture.
The signature suites revisit the quintessential myth of this boutique hotel. Chic black, festive golden tones, fabrics with leopard print patterns, the forms and shapes are inspired by drawings of the poet, the Jean Cocteau Suites provide a feeling of well being deep in their style both exuberant and relaxing. In a setting of blond wood patina enhanced by Missoni fabrics or in shades of soft colors accented with warm and silky tweed, the Sacha Distel and Jeanne Moreau Suites are the ultimate in refinement. Elegance has found its home in the heart of the Alps…
On the garden side, the indoor pool, Jacuzzi and sauna open under the soft rays of winter sun. A few steps down, four igloo treatment rooms, all dressed in snowy walls, invite a well-being break in a unique world of purity, snow and ice.
The tea room “Le Georges” is known for the richness of its menu and its artisanal hot chocolates to be enjoyed upon return from the slopes, and for its transformation into a Champagne bar at dusk… This tea room, in homage to Georges Boisson who revived the hotel in 1949, offers a range of great Champagnes, served in the cozy atmosphere of an English tea room…
- 38 rooms including 11 suites
- Restaurant “Les Enfants Terribles – Megève”
- Mountain restaurant “L’Alpette Alt.1895”
- Champagne bar “Le Georges”
- Tea-room with chimney
- Lounge with library
- 1 meeting room
- Patio / courtyard
Rooms & Suites
Designed in an artistic spirit, chic and haute couture the rooms at the 4-star Hotel Mont-Blanc are real cocoons of comfort where couture fabrics are combined with the warmth of wood and a welcoming atmosphere. Discover the Signature suites, designed by Jocelyne Sibuet in honor of artistic figures who were key figures of the Megève scene, like Jean Cocteau, Sacha Distel, or Roger Vadim who shot the film “Dangerous Liaisons” in the hotel .
Restaurant – Les Enfants Terribles
This chic bistro with its elegant and relaxed atmosphere, decorated with a mural by Jean Cocteau, is a an ode to another era. Located in the village center, on the menu you will find great classics of French cuisine, simplicity is the ultimate form of elegance and with the finest ingredients, this certainly rings true: beef tenderloin “Enfants Terribles” style, the lobster roll, authentic sole meunière or the irresistible sea scallop carpaccio.
Gillardeau oysters, prawns, lobster, Guildive sardines, fish soup…
To eat in or for take away, the selection of seafood and Signature Maisons et Hôtels Sibuet creations at the oyster bar of our restaurant Les Enfants Terribles in the center of the village has something for every discerning palate. Open from December to mid-March.
Located in the heart of the hotel, Le Georges, welcomes you for a gourmet après ski, enjoy the traditional hot chocolate or signature tea menu, accompanied by homemade pastries to eat in or for takeaway: the famous Mont Blanc and its iconic chestnut cream tart with raspberries, or perhaps a chocolate éclair?
And if you’re more of a festive mood, George turns on the charm after 6pm, when it transforms into a champagne bar, offering a selection of fine bubblies to taste accompanied by caviar and the finest foie gras that will delight those with an epicurean flair. Finally, the Cocteau Lounge and library offers an intimate moment in peace, in a very English living spirit.
Pure altitude spa
- 4 treatment rooms
- Indoor swimming pool
- Relaxation room
The Hôtel Mont-Blanc Spa has been designed to steep the atmosphere in “sweet altitude”. Inspired by ice floes, the Spa takes on the role of a glacier and plays freely with cold and hot contrasts.
This polar atmosphere will enchant you with the well-being that it inspires. You enter a space that is “as white as snow”, where the colour of purity is given pride of place. To enhance the frosty ambiance, mirrors are used to represent cascades of ice.
It is as if time has stood still, like stalactites, to fix the best of the present: the cabins are like igloos, lamps like snowballs and the walls are covered with snow crystals. A harmony of white, in reference to Mont Blanc, the mythical summit, with its snow as everlasting as your beauty.
And for your comfort, enjoy an indoor pool swimming in natural light, a Jacuzzi for relaxing, a sauna to relieve stress, fatigue and toxins and a fitness area for the perfect warm up before you take on the slopes.
- Service concierge
- Room service
- Valet parking from 8 am to 9.30 pm
- Ski lifts at 30m
- Ski room