The Dining Room offers traditional French cuisine adapted to the lighter demands of the modern diner. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in an elegant manor-house setting, amidst old oak beams and engravings. The Bar is decorated in oak panelling and has a classically patterned parquet floor. Weather permitting, the outdoor Terrace serves lunch, refreshments and afternoon tea.
the salon and library
With its cosy fireplace and views to the slopes, the Salon is a popular après-ski gathering place. After sunset, guests may enjoy pre-dinner drinks here and order their dinner. A selection of books and magazines, along with DVDs and CDs, are available in English and French.
This area is designed for private sunbathing, with deck chairs for reading and lounging.
The Spa offers treatments in two massage rooms, one massage/facial/treatment room and one Thai/Shiatsu room.
hammam and gym
The classic and convivial hammam (steam room) with its capri-stone walls and vaulted ceiling is a popular spot for winding down. A massage or facial is a natural complement to the steam soak. The adjacent gym has a variety of exercise equipment.
Set between stone columns, the cosy indoor pool basks in natural light which filters down through a glass-pyramid skylight. There is one jacuzzi at either side.
The ski room opens directly onto the Bellecôte ski slope and offers racks for storing skis and snowboards, as well as heated racks for boots. Bellboys lay out the skis on the snow every morning, ready for guests to start their day on the slopes. Le Mélézin can arrange for a personal ski instructor, mountain guides and ski passes.