Le Lodge Park
based on 7 nights inc. flights
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
per person based on 2 adults for 7 nights in a Lodge Room on a bed & breakfast basis and including private return airport transfers.
At a Glance
Fabulous central location in the picturesque Savoie village of Megève
Hunting lodge style with designer décor
Convivial bar - perfect for an après ski aperitif
Attentive and friendly staff with a helpful concierge service
Very good restaurant and a superb spa
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Megève has a typically Alpine climate, with low temperatures (often sub-zero) between December and March and then warming up. Its proximity to Mont Blanc has a benign influence on its climate, guaranteeing more snow than in resorts of a similar altitude an quite often there are good snowfalls in April.
Reminiscent of a North American ski lodge, Lodge Park is a 4* hotel with a great location in the heart of Megève and close to the lifts. Designer furnishings, a gourmet restaurant, a beautiful spa and attentive concierge all create the perfect retreat.
With its exceptional location, close to the village square and the gondola that takes you to Rochebrune, this self styled "trappers lodge", is a cosy and intimate retreat. Tartan, fur and hunting trophies meet designer furniture and lighting, giving this hotel a decidedly rock 'n' roll look and feel. Guests are made to feel instantly welcome and the concierge service is on hand to organise anything you may need.
The Lodge Park's location can't be beaten, and it has made it a popular and convivial place to meet at lunch and in the evenings for an aperitif. The roaring log fire and welcoming atmosphere are what strike you most after the fabulous décor, whilst the outdoor bar has a heated terrace. Megève has a fine selection of restaurants, which really should be tried, whilst the hotel itself boasts the fantastic Beef Lodge. Here you're spoilt with the mouth watering choice of regionally produced meats from some of France's top breeders.
Spa lovers will want to use the facilities here. The Nordic style spa has an indoor pool, five therapy rooms, a sauna, hammam and Jacuzzi, with treatments created from extracts from over 50 mountain plants.
All the rooms and suites are welcoming and cosy, decorated and furnished in a traditional alpine style, with some featuring a fire place. Each room and suite is unique, and each offers the perfect retreat at the end of the day.
Lodge rooms measure 25sqm and are decorated in a rustic style with log accents and faux-fur furniture and some are equipped with fireplaces. The rooms either have village or mountain views.
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Lodge family rooms measure 43sqm and are decorated in a rustic style with log accents and faux-fur furniture. Offering perfect accommodation for two adults and two children; one on a sofa bed and another in an adjoining room if required. The rooms either have mountain views.
The junior suites measure 39sqm and are south facing and have an entrace hall leading to a separate living room with fireplace and bedroom. The living room can be used as accommodtion for two children and the log accented decor with rich plaid fabric gives the suite a warm atmosphere.
These suites are more spacious measuring 50sqm and can accommodate two adults and two children. The decor is unique and individual in design. These suites have a lounge area which can be used as a bedroom for two children and cosy fireplace. These suites benefit from both mountain and village views.
The Plenitude Suite is 75m² and has two distinct areas - a large 25m² bedroom with bathroom and a lounge/fireplace area with a bar. The mountain and village views from the Plenitude Suite are exceptional.
There are no dedicated facilities for children at Le Lodge Park, however, there are some good family room options.
The Lodge Park Bar is one of the most trendy yet relaxed places for après ski in Megève. The atmosphere is remniscent of a North American ski lodge - cosy up with a hot chocolate by the fireplace or a signature cocktail on the outdoor terrace, wrapped up in fur blankets.
The on-site restaurant, The Beef Lodge is adorned with hunting trophies and animal skins and is the most fantastic steak house, serving the very best cuts of meat from top breeders.
Described as a "Nordic expedition", the Pure Altitude Spa at the Lodge Park was refurbished in 2014 with a new indoor pool added to the Wellness area which also includes a sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, fitness room and treatment rooms.
The ski area surrounding Megève is deceptively big - 445km of slopes are included on the 'Evasion Mont Blanc' lift pass which includes the spa town of St Gervais plus 120km of slopes in Les Contamines. The skiing surrounding Megève is divided into three areas, Le Jaillet, Mont d'Arbois and Rochebrune, the latter offering the quieter slopes and attractive runs. The highest point, Côte 2000 offers the most challenging skiing and being north-facing, the best snow. Mont d'Arbois is the main beginner area.
Away from the slopes, Megève has much to offer including an ice rink and a very well-equipped sports centre with a large indoor swimming pool.
Clare Leigh (Staff)
Location is key to this hotel - just a few steps from the village centre, where you will find a whole host of amazing restaurants. The hotel itself has 'Le Beef Lodge' Restaurant, which is a must for anyone who loves a good steak.
The lounge area is beautiful and is one of the cosiest places in town to hang out for a more relaxed apres-ski drink. The wine and cocktails list is pretty impressive. The hotel sell their line of teas and body creams which make great presents!
La Folie Douce
Enjoy some of the Alps most popular après ski at the top of the Mont-Joux lift each afternoon at La Folie Douce.
Le Palais - Sports Centre, Megève
Le Palais in Megève is a sports centre as well as a spa and wellness centre and media centre. It offers a multitude of sporting activities from ice skating, swimming, exercise classes, climbing and tennis.
Location & directions
Megève lies at the heart of the Mont Blanc mountain range; with a convenient location just an hour away from Geneva airport. The village is close to an efficient motorway network and a bus station. The railway station in Sallanches is 13km away.
How to get there
British Airways and EasyJet fly directly from London Gatwick to Geneva airport with other UK regional departure points available. We can organise private transfers from Geneva to Megève. Transfer time from Geneva to Megève is one hour.
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