Le Chalet Zannier is much more than just a hotel. It is a very private hideaway, with a unique approach to service. Apart from the traditional 5 star hotel service you might expect from a luxurious property (fine dining, room service, house-keeping, wellness treatments, chauffeur, laundry, babysitting, concierge and butler services etc) the boutique Chalet Zannier offers guests a unique and very discreet Alpine experience. Chalet Zannier is an exceptional guest where guests can truly relax, enjoying exemplary service that has been designed to offer extreme comfort, privacy and convenience.
Private or corporate clients can rent the property (with its staff) for a minimum of five days on an exclusive basis or they can simply book by the room.
This delightful new hotel occupies a secluded site covering 5,000 square metres. It is made up of 3 separate and interlinked chalet buildings. There are two hotel chalets of 675 and 1250 square metres and one private exclusive use only chalet of 750 square metres.
The two hotel chalets have 12 bedrooms (sleeping a maximum of 44 guests) between them, and these can be booked individually: 2 x Deluxe Rooms, 2 x Prestige Rooms, 4 x Junior Suites and 4 x Suites (three of which are duplex). All rooms and suites are equipped with separate bathroom and wc, dressing area, flat screen television with satellite channels, free Wi-Fi, integrated sound system with i-Pod dock, safe, mini bar and cordless telephone.
All suites are generously sized and feature a balcony or terrace overlooking the mountains and the village. They include
a king size bed, a seating area and a desk and most have a fireplace. The bathrooms are equipped with a large bath and a separate shower. Even the lowest grade Deluxe Rooms are large (30 square metres) and have everything you might need - you can watch a film, listen to music, have a meal, call on the phone and connect to the Internet.
The private chalet has 6 adult bedrooms and 2 children bedrooms. It has a private spa, large living room with open
fireplace, bar, fully equipped kitchen, cinema room. The private chalet is available only for exclusive rent by the week and comes fully catered with a butler service.
Breakfast is served either in the restaurant or in your room. Light foods and drinks are served during the day in the Salon Bar as well as on the terrace which has stunning views of Megeve village. A delicious tea is served daily at 4pm. The lively bistro style main restaurant serves up an alpine gourmet experience each evening. Please note that this is also open to external guests.
Megeve is the essence of rustic chic and was the original purpose built French resort, conceived in the 1920's as France's alternative to Switzerland's St Moritz. Although Courchevel took over as France's swankiest resort a while ago, there are still many 'beautiful people' who visit the resort and stay in the many smart, luxury hotels.
|Number of rooms||26|
|Near piste / lifts||No|
|Near village / resort centre||Yes|
There is a 7 night minimum stay at high season.
The wellness area includes a swimming pool, sauna, steam room and two treatment rooms for guests' rest and relaxation after a hard day's skiing. There is a wide range of treatments and signature massages available using Aesop and Aromatherapy Associates products - both brands entirely consistent with the hotel's philosophy and values. There is also has a ski shop and chauffeur service (3 vehicles, each with driver) which ferries guests between the hotel and the resort centre and lifts.
Indicative prices are per person per night based on two people sharing a standard category room and on the board basis shown above. Prices can only be confirmed at the time of your booking. Room upgrades and travel can be booked (subject to availability and supplementary charges) so please ask our team for a full quote. The season date bands shown below are subject to each hotel’s individual pricing policy. If you pay with credit card a 2% card charge will be added to your invoice. If using a debit card there is no charge.
|Low season (early December, mid January and late April)||£275.00|
|Mid season (late January, early February and March)||£330.00|
|High season (Christmas, New Year, early January, February and Easter)||£355.00|
All prices are subject to change. The price of your holiday can only be confirmed at the time of booking. The indicative prices are per person per night (based on two people to a room) and are subject to booking conditions The indicative prices shown below are per person per night (based on two people in a standard category room) and include board and travel as shown above. Room upgrades and travel can be booked (subject to availability) so please just ask our team if you would like to do that.
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- Cable Car
- Chair lift
- Drag lift