Meet us in Megève, in the French Alps' heart, directly on the Mont d’Arbois ski slopes. This modern chalet builds on the Rothschild family's legacy, who set out to create an unrivaled resort experience nearly a century ago. Distinct French character, pure Alpine tradition, and an intimate and inviting setting in summer and winter define this mountain retreat. Play one of the world’s finest Alpine golf courses, relax in the region’s largest spa, and dine at Le 1920, honored with two Michelin stars.
Four Seasons Hotel Megève, ideally located in the heart of the French Alps, offers direct access to the Mont d’Arbois ski slopes in Winter and the Mont d'Arbois golf course in Summer. This modern chalet builds on the Rothschild family's legacy, who set out to create an unrivaled resort experience nearly a century ago.
With exciting dining options - Le 1920, honored with two Michelin stars or Kaito the Japanese pan Asian fusion restaurant - and the largest Spa and kids’ and teens’ facilities and a unique experience with Heli safaris, Four Seasons Hotel Megève is the perfect mountain destination for those wanting to experience the best of mountain living.
Four Seasons is the ideal destination for families, friends, couples with the largest spa and kids’ and teens’ facilities in the region – whether for golf and hiking in summer or the ski slopes in winter. Attentive Four Seasons service brings a new level of discreet luxury.
Dining - Dine under the vaulted, wooden ceiling or outside on the terrace, both with mountain views – as you savor locally sourced, traditional French cuisine at two-Michelin-star Le 1920. "Kaito Restaurant" - Culinary classics from Japan meet local Alpine produce at Megève's premier Japanese restaurant, open all day with direct access to the slopes. "Bar Edmond" - Fine wines and creative cocktails combine in this sophisticated, chalet-style setting, with an intimate terrace to soak in the mountain scenery. "Lobby Lounge" - A large, inviting fireplace warms this quiet and relaxed gathering spot, perfect for a casual coffee in the morning or an après-ski cocoa. Cigar Room - Soak in panoramic views of the mountains through the warm and cozy cigar room floor-to-ceiling windows while sipping on a fine cognac, brandy, or whisky. Wine Cellar - Discover a new level of wine-tasting excellence in the remarkable wine cellar, which showcases more than 10,000 bottles of the finest wines from France and beyond.
Mont D' Golf Course - The Mont d’Arbois Golf Course (Golf du Mont d’Arbois) was designed in 1964 by three-time British Open champion Sir Henry Cotton, making it one of the oldest and finest Alpine golf courses in the world. The 18-hole course is on a south-facing plateau at an average altitude of 1,320 meters (4,331 feet). However, its uniform gradient makes it feel as though you’re playing on a flatland course. The gentle slope means you can focus full attention on your swing.