Dining & Gourmet
Le 1920 is Four Seasons Hotel Megève's two Michelin Star restaurant offering fine dining in a spectacular mountain setting. Locally sourced French cuisine is created by Chef Julien Gatillon, with lunch and dinner served on the elegant terrace. Kaito, meanwhile, is Megève's first Japanese restaurant and is located with direct access to the slopes, combining Alpine produce with Asian classics by the fireplace or on the outdoor terrace. Guests can also enjoy a cocktail at the sophisticated Bar Edmund, named after Edmond de Rothschild, or cocoa at Lobby Lounge, plus wine tastings can be arranged in the Wine Cellar.
Kids For All Seasons ensures all members of the family enjoy their time skiing at Four Seasons Hotel Megève. Educational activities celebrate life in the French Alps, while the seven-day activity programme takes young guests on snow adventures, including trekking and snow-scootering around the property. Teenagers can keep busy at the Teen Centre where they can relax with the home theatre, PlayStation and computer games.
The only hotel located directly on the Mont d'Arbois ski slopes, and the only hotel in the region with its own in-house Ski Concierge and valet service, Four Seasons Hotel Megève is ski heaven. In the Ski Room, you will find your boots warmed and skis waxed, and a complimentary selection of freshly-baked muffins, tea, coffee and hot chocolate, every morning. Beginner skiers can receive expert instruction from Ecole Ski Francais, while everyone can enjoy a range of winter adventures including heli-skiing, dog sledding and snowshoeing.
Four Seasons Hotel Megève overlooks the 17th hole of the Mont d'Arbois Golf Course. Designed by three-time British Open champion, Sir Henry Cotton, this world-class course is a five-minute drive from the hotel. Spanning fifty beautifully manicured hectares, you can enjoy the stunning mountain views and relax at the Clubhouse during summer months.
Lakes & Mountains
During the summer months, Four Seasons Hotel Megève is transformed under the sunshine into an Alpine playground. There are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy around the lakes and mountains, such as mountaineering in spectacular locations, biking the scenic trails and canyoning at the dramatic La Cascade de la Belle aux Bois waterfall. For the less adrenaline-inclined, you can also take nature walks through the colourful meadows or stroll the cobbled streets of the delightful village.
Spa & Wellness
The Spa at Four Seasons Megève can boast the claim of having the largest wellness facilities of all hotels in the region. With fresh all-white interiors, the six treatment rooms include a private couple's suite with its own bath tub and experience shower in a peaceful atmosphere. There are separate men's and women's saunas and steam rooms, plus a salon for hair and nail services and a 24-hour gym.