Modern Grand Massif ski break in the French Alps
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Combine incredibe dining and skiing at a modern hotel in the French Alps – includes breakfast, three-course dinner, spa access and ski passes
- Set in the French Alps, the resort of Les Carroz provides year-round thrills whether you're an avid skier or prefer mountain-biking trails. Offering panoramic views of the resort and the Arve Valley for as far as the eye can see, Hôtel La Croix de Savoie & Spa puts indulgence high on the menu, earning a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
- Part of the esteemed Michelin Guide 2019, the gourmet restaurant offers panoramic views over Les Carroz and the Arve Valley, alongside meticulously presented, seasonally-themed dishes – quality meats, caviar and cheeses feature high on the menu here, alongside more than 700 bottles from the well stocked wine cellar. Elsewhere, the Brasserie offers a more laid-back, but no less intriguing dining experience.
- For a spot of well-earned indulgence after hitting the slopes with your ski pass, make a beeline for the Mountain SPA & Wellness by La Croix de Savoie – here you'll find a hammam, sauna, experience showers and relaxation area, all set against a heavenly mountainous backdrop.
- Room service
- Wi-Fi (chargeable)
- Michelin Guide-featured restaurant
- Brasserie restaurant
- Lounge bar
- Spa and wellness centre
How to get there
Geneva International Airport is just over 47 kilometres away, and is serviced by direct flights from London, Manchester, Bristol, Edinburgh and Liverpool daily. Shared airport transfers are included within the price of this escape.
Good to know
Please note that the city tax of €2.25 per person, per night is payable at the hotel upon check-out.
Please note that in-room Wi-Fi access incurs an extra charge.
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