Winter sports: 3 exceptional places to spend your holidays in the Alps

Whether you can' get enough of the ski slopes, or simply enjoy all that nature has to offer, find the ideal place to relax, luxuriate and spend quality time with friends or family. Here are three of the most special locations to spend your holidays in the mountains.

A fifties atmosphere at the Hôtel des Trois Vallées in Courchevel

Located at one of the most chic ski resorts in the world, the Hotel des Trois Vallées (Three Valley Hotel) welcomes you with its cozy interior design inspired by the 1950s. This flashback is given authenticity with artwork by Charlotte Perriand, Jean Prouvé and even Pierre Chapo. At the foot of the slopes, enjoy this warm and welcoming spot with a tea by the fire, and doze off under the eaves while admiring the snowy panorama.

Rue Park City, 73120 Courchevel

A stunning view from the Zannier Chalet in Megève

Located 5 minutes from the center of Megève, the Zannier Chalet only opens its doors in winter, from December to March. This prestigious location welcomes skiers into an interior where the warmth of the wood complements the light hues of the furniture. The bonus: a breathtaking view onto the Haute-Savoie mountains. Of course, there's also the five-star service, including a faultless concierge service, designer ski equipment and, in the kitchen, the Michelin-star chef Julien Burlat.

367 Route du Crêt, 74120 Megève

The cozy atmopshere of the spa at the Hotel de Rougement , near Gstaad

Far from the stress of urban life, treat yourself to a few hours at this fabulous spa, located in the commune of Berne in Switzerland. The decor is uncluttered and modern, playing with wood, earth and stone. It's the ideal spot to soothe the senses, stimulate the body and regenerate skin. On the agenda: pool, massages and treatments based on Edelweiss, the Alpine mountain flower.

14 Chemin des Palettes, 1659 Rougemont

In winter, UV rays remain dangerous for our epidermis. Don't forget to apply your Premium UV sunscreen every two hours, especially when you're higher up where the risk is greater.

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