"Great mountain restaurants, lovely French ambience, picturesque village and superb slopes for all abilities. What more could you want?"

Karen Anderson

Ski Specialist

Megève Ski Holidays

The historic ski town of Megève has been attracting the European elite since the roaring 20s. This exclusive and upmarket ski destination is renowned for being equally fabulous for both skiers and non-skiers.

Explore the slopes

Part of the extensive Evasion Mont Blanc ski area, Megève delivers 400km of gorgeous pistes, ranging from gentle tree-lined slopes to wide, open snow bowls. Spread across three main areas – Rochebrune, Mont d'Arbois and Jaillet – the skiing may not be completely interlinked but it is certainly varied.

Megève is a fantastic place to learn to ski or snowboard with almost half of the runs classified green or blue, and beginner slopes at all altitudes across the mountains. Advanced skiers can head to the Mont Joly area of Mont d'Arbois and the Côte 2000 area on the Rochebrune mountain for challenging reds and blacks.

If you love the thrill of going off-piste, Megève boasts tremendous powder terrain when conditions are good. If you fancy giving freestyle a shot, why not book a session with the ESF so you can hone your skills on one of their two giant air cushions at the Rochebrune snow park?

Enjoy the resort

Megève’s beautiful medieval centre has expanded over the years to include a wide range of stylish boutiques, smart restaurants (some of them Michelin-starred) and ultra-luxurious hotels. The pedestrianised cobbled streets of the centre are a magical place for an evening stroll, as horse-drawn sleighs pass you by and families enjoy the open air ice rink. 

Le Palais sports centre is a hit with families, with swimming pools, tennis courts, fitness rooms and a host of relaxing wellness facilities to enjoy. The menu of resort activities is huge, covering everything from snow shoeing to paintballing.

As you might expect from such a glamorous place, Megève is packed with high-end bars and clubs and the recent addition of the Folie Douce at the top of the Mont Joux chairlift brings a touch of fun to the slopes of this charming destination.

Where to stay

We feature a selection of Megève’s most luxurious 4 and 5-star hotels situated in superb locations throughout the resort. Choose to base yourself in the heart of the resort, close to those glittering restaurants and bars, or next to the slopes for unrivalled access to the resort’s fantastic skiing.

Whether you’re dreaming of classic luxury or smaller Savoyard hotels showcasing a rustic mountain décor alongside first-class service, our hand-picked collection of Megève hotels won’t disappoint.

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"Great mountain restaurants, lovely French ambience, picturesque village and superb slopes for all abilities. What more could you want?"

Karen Anderson

Ski Specialist

Megève Stats

Ski Area

Evasion Mont Blanc: 400km

Ski Range


Green Runs


Blue Runs


Red Runs


Black Runs



Airport distances



Hotel Les Fermes de Marie

Offers in Megève

Megève Accommodation

Hotel Les Fermes de Marie

Hotel Les Fermes de Marie is a unique property, blending...

Four Seasons Hotel Megève

The Four Seasons Hotel Megève is a spectacular addition to...

Hotel Le M de Megève

Stunning 5-star Hotel Le M de Megève is perfectly located...

Les Chalets du Mont d'Arbois, Megève, a Four Seasons Hotel

Part of the Four Seasons portfolio, the Chalets du Mont...

Hotel Lodge Park

Hotel Lodge Park is situated in the heart of Megève,...

Hotel Mont Blanc

Regarded as one of the most iconic hotels in Megève,...

Après-Ski in Megève

This stylish resort is renowned for its jazz clubs, piano bars and gourmet restaurants. Try the 5 Rues jazz club for some live music and cocktails or the Wake Up bar for a beer and some tapas.

On the slopes, Megève is the surprising location of the legendary Folie Douce, sitting at 2000m at the top of Mont Joux and overlooking the slopes of both St Gervais and Megève. With spectacular views from the terrace, the après-ski every afternoon with live entertainement makes this the perfect place to relax after a day on the slopes. Just remember you have to ski back down before the slopes close!

Dining in Megève

Megève has a wide selection of restaurants and advance booking is highly recommended, particularly at weekends and during the holidays periods. Below is a selection of some of our favourites.

Le Vieux Megève is a traditional Savoyard restaurant and serves delicious tartiflette. Part of the Hotel Mont Blanc, Les Enfants Terribles is an upbeat and upmarket restaurant at the heart of the village. For three-star Michelin dining, head to Flocons de Sel or if you fancy something more informal, its sister restaurant Flocons Village is a popular option. Le Prieuré offers good and friendly service and traditional French cuisine.

Megève is also home to some of the world's best mountain restaurants, including L'Idéal 1850.

Activities in Megève

You'll find plenty to do in Megève aside from skiing. With designer boutiques and gorgeous cafes dotted throughout the village, it's a pleasant place to stroll through as you soak up the atmosphere. Megève also has a sports centre, Le Palais, with tennis courts, a fitness room, swimming pools and wellness facilities.

You can also try more adventurous activities like snowshoeing and paragliding.

Reviews of Megève

Jane Robinson


We used the Chamois ski hire shop, they could not have been more helpful and friendly, ant the end of every day the girls snow boots were waiting for them by the seats ready for them to change!