Best luxury hotels in Meribel 2022
As the largest ski area in the world, this stylish resort finds itself at the top of many snow lovers’ holiday wish list. Méribel is made up of five distinct districts: Méribel Les Allues, the lowest and main village offering a serene atmosphere of past authenticity; Meribel Village is a bit higher and is the perfect place for shopping, afternoons and easier errands; Méribel Center is the heart of the action; Méribel Les Hauts is much higher, placing you among trees and slopes; and finally, Méribel Mottaret, culminating at 1,750 m with guaranteed snow cover in winter. Where will you stay on your next trip to Méribel?
Enjoy a perfect night’s sleep in one of the 18 fully soundproofed suites at Hôtel L’Hêlios, located in the city center. Most offer double beds, however, Duplex Suites and the Helios Suite have an additional twin bedroom, making them ideal for families. Decor is modern chalet style, drawing inspiration from local alpine design and vintage French vibes. This hotel has its own private cinema, a Pro Shop by Lacroix, the Spa by Carita, a dining room and a terrace (the hotel’s refined Savoyard cuisine can be enjoyed inside or outside). outside, with a view of the mountains).
Hotel Le Coucou
Located in Rond Point, this is an ultra-stylish five-star boutique property with direct access to the ski slopes. A family business (it’s part of a small chain), a Parisian architect, Pierre Yovanovavich, was brought in to create a mid-century feel, one that stands out from the area’s alpine-themed hotels. 54 forms of accommodation offer a retro palette, such as mustard yellows, salmon pinks, moss greens and burnt terracottas. Elsewhere, it has a Boot Room, Tata Harper Spa, gym, yoga studio, indoor-outdoor pool, kids’ club and Beef Restaurant Bar with Mediterranean-inspired dishes, as well as plenty of succulent red meats.
Hotel Le Savoy Meribel
Guests are welcomed to this warm place, nestled in the village of Méribel, by a large topiary green bear. The interior is cozy and bright, with many touches of contemporary alpine style. You can sip drinks and listen to music by the fireplace in the bar, or retreat to the quieter library (also with a roaring fire). 37 rooms are equipped with iPads and a south-facing view, while the dining room offers gourmet cuisine (including a weekly Savoyard night), under the direction of starred chef Stéphane Froidevaux. Spa Temea offers therapies using homeopathic, Ayurvedic and shiatsu traditions, as well as beauty treatments.