Short summer, long lasting memories

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Zannier Hotels Le Chalet now opens in the summer

Summer holidays are always too short. Opening from June 21st till September 1st 2024, Zannier Hotels Le Chalet is promising travellers long lasting memories. They will have the opportunity to discover the French Alps in a beautiful summer setting and experience numerous activities such as guided hikes, electric bike rides, photography lessons, scenic plane tours and so much more.

Authentic Immersion in the French Alps

Zannier Hotels Le Chalet, surrounded by the beautiful Mont-Blanc Mountain range, is the perfect peaceful getaway for the summertime. Visitors will be able to completely immerse themselves in the majestic landscape and explore the mountains under the sunny sky.

Positioned above the picturesque village, five minutes from the village centre, with its timeless interior, Zannier Hotels Le Chalet creates authentic summer memories while being surrounded by astoundingly scenic landscapes. The hotel hosts 12 rooms & suites spread across three chalets. All are individually unique and timeless, featuring a balcony or terrace with uninterrupted mountain views. They are also fitted with a king-size bed, a living and/or an office area and wood-burning fires; an invitation to let go in ultimate luxury all year-long.

The traditional village of Megève

Megève is a traditional Haute-Savoie village that cultivates the charm of a true radiant village, flourishing around its main medieval style square, with its old districts and narrow pedestrian only streets. Although it is often recognized for being the cradle of ski tourism, Megève is also a joy for nature enthusiasts. In summer, the village praises the untouched French Alps’ beauty, with many outdoor activities on offer. Golf practice, tennis courts, via ferrata, ice skating… Megève has a great infrastructure for sport enthusiasts. It also hosts Le Palais, the largest sports complex in the Alps; a must-see indoor facility with 11 different areas: aquatic, ice, climbing, fitness, well-being, and even a kids club.

The village is particularly family-friendly, with dedicated animations such as a four-season rail sledding, educational tours, outdoor exploratory games, and farm visits. Furthermore, it is a great place for food lovers with its impressive gastronomic scene (almost 90 restaurants), from traditional gourmet restaurants in the village to 3 Michelin star crowned restaurants. It is also filled with many art galleries, and numerous boutiques who will be happy to welcome guests after-hours for a very personal shopping experience.

Besides, the village offers many cultural activities that are accessible to all. Horse lovers can enjoy The International Jumping of Megève, where 350 amateur and professional riders of 20 different nationalities, accompanied by their 500 horses, will offer a magical show. Music aficionados will enjoy the Megève Blues Festival and Summer Jazz Contests, while the cycling fans will be excited by the MB race and La Haute Route race. It is certain that these experiences will create memories that last a lifetime.

Living Memorable Experiences

At Zannier Hotels Le Chalet travellers will be offered a large selection of activities. Guests could either stay in and enjoy one of the customizable spa treatments which should be booked beforehand or decide to explore the surroundings. Whatever they chose, it is certain that they will be astounded by the pristine nature and the service of the dedicated concierge team. They will offer tailored propositions based on each guest needs and desires. Under request, the later can for instance request the assistance of babysitters.

Guided hikes, electric mountain bike tours, outdoor photography lessons with the Leica Academy, paragliding, free fall, scenic plane tours, canyoning, rafting, educational farm tours… the recreational options are varied. One can even experience sailing in an authentic century-old boat nearby Geneva Lake. The aim being for every guest to enjoy the great alpine outdoors and get the best out of their summer in the French Alps.