Visitors to French ski resorts demand the best; which is exactly what Hotel Alpaga serves up. Wonderfully rustic and wooden on the outside, inside the hotel is a feast for the senses, with decadent, tactile furnishings, pervasive fine wine and lip-smacking cuisine, and dreamy mountain views.
Alpaga manages to be both achingly hip and immediately homely - in the most luxurious sense of the term. The hotel looks up at Mont Blanc, and lies around a 20-minute walk from the heart of the buzzy village, where divine restaurants catering for skiers' appetites wait around every turn. The hotel itself has a range of sumptuous rooms (as well as large chalets and four apartments), most of which have balconies or patios affording lovely views of the mountains. After days spent enjoying the outdoors, the warm embrace of the atmospheric La Colline spa will be waiting, offering rejuvenating treatments, pool, steam room and outdoor sauna facing Mont Blanc. The Michelin-starred cuisine served at La Table de l'Alpaga courtesy of Christophe Schuffenecker will be similarly welcome.
Things to do at the property:
Descend to the underground tunnels for a visit to the spa
Settle in for the evening to sample the Michelin worthy creations at La Table de l'Alpaga
Relax in a more casual bistro environment and dine at L'Onyx
Enjoy a drink at the mountain facing Beluga Bar
Smallable entertains children aged between 3 and 12
Ease aching muscles in the pool or steam room
Work out in the gym
Things to do nearby:
Spend the day on the slopes skiing or snowboarding
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