L’Hôtel L’Arboisie offers a unique sensory experience in a natural setting conducive to relaxation and escape.
It has reopened following its two-year renovation completed by interior designer Chantal Peyrat, who redesigned the whole hotel in a friendly and traditional spirit. A new identity and artistic direction were also developed for the hotel by the retail and hospitality agency, Notoire.
While respecting the requirements of the hotel industry, this four-star hotel now presents itself as a large family home where the public areas become real places of life and exchange. Upon entry, the stage is set: a fire crackles in the lobby fireplace while Chesterfield armchairs invite you to relax.
The mountain spirit is evoked through small touches, offering a sense of comfort and wellbeing. Chosen for their authenticity, the natural materials – such as solid wood and wool – give the place a real sense of traditional elegance and charm.
Gastronomy is at the heart of the hotel. Guests will be able to discover different regional specialties, comfortably seated in the Cellier or in the new Chez Jean restaurant.
RESTAURANT & BAR- Two Places, Two Atmospheres
The Cellier –
Visible from the reception, the Cellier is both a grocery store and a wine bar. Guests can enjoy a gourmet moment with a glass of wine, a cold meat platter, or a warming hot chocolate at the bar. Sourced directly from local producers, Hotel L’Arboisie invites its guests to discover the selection of quality products on offer.
On the walls, vintage illustrations blend in with this retro decor. They subtly evoke mountain huts and their striking view of the village of Megève.
Between tradition and modernity Chez Jean is unmissable in Megève. This timeless and quintessentially French restaurant makes each guest feel at home.
Guests of the restaurant will enjoy a varied cuisine for the whole family. It is made up of local specialties, with both simple and gourmet French dishes such as the pot au feu de veau or sole meunière.
A nod to childhood memories, solid wood tables, and patinated consoles are dressed in old mismatched porcelain. Motifs with blue flowers on a white background, salt, and pepper shakers in the shape of goblins, the dinner set was carefully examined in the same spirit nostalgia. This mastered reminiscence is also found on the walls adorned with black and white photographs or through pieces of furniture, such as the stunning China cabinet.
Composed of 69 rooms and suites ranging from 20 to 144 m2, the hotel is suitable for everyone, whether it be with a partner, family or friends.
Interior designer Chantal Peyrat opted for warm and subtle tones associated with natural materials.
Anchored in their environment, the rooms showcase symbols of the high mountains: Edelweiss flowers, pairs of old skis, soft wool plaids. The atmosphere is cozy and conducive to nostalgia.
The Coup de Cœur suites and Très Très Grandes suites reinforce the hotel’s upscale positioning. Offering all the comfort of a luxury apartment, they can accommodate 6 to 10 people within a refined decor which is attentive to the finest of details.
With a desire to offer a high-end experience, the hotel L’Arboisie offers its guests a Deep Nature spa, two swimming pools (outdoor and indoor), a sauna, a hammam, and massage cabins.
Conferences & Meetings
The hotel L’Arboisie has a fully-equipped 75m2 plenary room that can accommodate all types of professional events. The hotel is also able to convert Grand Suites into sub-committee rooms.
During the school holidays, the hotel opens a space dedicated to children. Games and varying forms of entertainment are offered for the benefit of both the children and their parents.
For more details, visit arboisie-megeve.com/en.