At the foot of the Mont d’Arbois golf course, experience classic Alpine charm in our Four Seasons mountain retreat. Five minutes from the heart of Megève, these three traditional wooden chalets reflect the rich heritage of the Rothschild family, who established the town as a ski destination a century ago. Enhance your stay with Michelin-starred dining at Prima restaurant, swimming in our indoor-outdoor pool and organic Bamford spa treatments. Discover this sister property to Four Seasons Hotel Megève.
Choose your perfect setting
- GUEST ROOMS AND SUITES
Located in all three chalets, our guest rooms and suites – including one, two and three bedrooms – offer cosy, wood-panelled warmth that’s perfect after a day in the mountains. Many include a balcony or terrace, and some suites feature a fireplace.
- CHALET ALICE
Upon request, Chalet Alice can be privatized to provide an exclusive home base for up to 22 people. Built in 2005 and recently refurbished with a chic Bohemian flair, this chalet is self-contained with its own kitchen, dining room and a large lounge with fireplace. For private relaxation, you even have your own exclusive spa with two treatment rooms and a steam bath.
- CHALET NOÉMIE
Make this intimate chalet all your own, by special request. Built in 1927, this renovated vintage residence can accommodate up to 28 people – ideal for multi-generational families or a large group of friends who want extra privacy and independence.
Be surrounded with an authentic atmosphere with a large fresco by Thierry Bruet at Prima restaurant
ROTHSCHILD FAMILY LEGACY
Just after World War I, Baroness Noémie de Rothschild had the vision to establish a new ski resort in the French Alps – inspired by St. Moritz in Switzerland. She fell in love with the panoramic views from the Mont d’Arbois plateau, set above the 13th-century village of Megève. It was here she built the family’s first hotel in 1926.
My daughters – Eve, Noémie, Alice and Olivia – all have very distinct personalities and definitely strong characters. In a similar way, Les Chalets du Mont d’Arbois also have their own special character and design.BARONESS BENJAMIN DE ROTHSCHILD
- World-Class Golf
Stroll to the nearby 18-hole Mont d'Arbois Golf Course, designed in 1964 by Sir Henry Cotton. It's one of the world's oldest and best alpine courses.Details
- AUTHENTIC VILLAGE CHARM
As magical in summer as it is in winter, Megève’s cobblestone streets feature twinkling fairy lights and horse-drawn carriage rides. This authentic medieval town balances century-old traditions with designer shopping and Michelin-starred dining.Details