Le Grand Coeur

MERIBEL, FRANCE

  • 43 ROOMS & SUITES
  • 1,450 TO 10,325 EUROS PER WEEK (based on double occupancy & half board) 

 

THE HOTEL 

A 6-minute walk from Méribel village, this high-end, chalet-style ski lodge is 19.4 km from the Moûtiers-Salins-Brides-les-Bains train station. 

Stylish, rustic rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and minibars, plus terraces or balconies with mountain views. Suites offer contemporary decor, separate living areas and Blu-ray players.

Amenities include an upscale, traditional French restaurant and a cozy après-ski bar serving snacks. There’s also a spa with a gym, hammam and Jacuzzi, as well as direct access to runs from the hotel’s ski school/rental shop.

LOCATION AND ACCESS

  • Ski in/Ski out
  • Centrally located

ACCOMMODATION  

  • 43 Rooms
  • 2 Suites

WELLNESS

  • Spa
  • Hammam
  • Sauna
  • 12-person jacuzzi
  • Fitness room
  • 3 treatment booths for body treatments and facials.

RESTAURANTS

  • Le Petit Montagnard - Le Petit Montagnard offers a warm and friendly ambiance. Chef Marc Dach serves all manner of original, gourmet dishes. At lunchtime, he serves a wide range of dishes created from regional ingredients. He draws his inspiration from traditions, creating the favourite dishes of extraordinary characters such as Amédée VIII (1383-1451), Duke of Savoy, who reigned over one of the most illustrious courts in Europe and Maître Chiquart, his head chef.  Enjoy a range of the Chef’s delicious dishes with family and friends and let yourself be tempted by his fabulous dessert trolley. From the dining room or from your comfortable seat on the south-facing terrace, drink in the views of the women's 1992 Winter Olympics downhill run or the peak of Mont Vallon at 2300 m.
  • Le Grand Carte for dinner - The evening is just the time to tantalise your taste buds. In the gentle, subdued light of Méribel, dinner becomes a very special occasion at Le Grand Cœur restaurant. Our Chef's cuisine is both elegant and daring and he adds a gourmet twist to traditional dishes. This is creative fine dining, its colours and flavours appealing to all the senses – a thrill for lovers of good food.