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Demi-Quartier gives you the best of both worlds - letting you enjoy Megève’s opulent indulgences, while staying in the rejuvenating peace of a sleepy Alpine village. There’ll be luxury restaurants and sophisticated wine bars within a couple of miles of your chalet hotel, but simple pleasures like sitting out on your balcony, and unwinding with nothing more than the soft calls of owls drifting through the night, may just tempt you to stay put in Demi-Quartier.

Things to see

Reach the top of Megève’s Mont d’Abois Ski Area, by hopping on the ‘Princesse’ ski lift from Demi-Quartier itself. Feel the adrenaline coursing through your veins as you torpedo down Megève’s sprawling slopes and slaloms, dissecting thick clumps of pine forest as you go. If the idea of tentatively stepping across thin iron rungs - embedded high into the bare rock of Mont Blanc - sounds like your thing, then a via ferrata climbing experience is a terrifying must-do.

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You’ll love spending time in your room - where you can enjoy deep baths, WiFi access and cable television. Don’t miss out on the straightforward pleasure of sharing a drink with the other guests, in the cosy wooden lobby of your chalet hotel in Demi-Quartier, however.

Where to stay

With its pink and purple flower-tangled chalets, and Mont Blanc watching over the landscape, Demi-Quartier is a beautiful place to stay. For a little more action, Megève itself is just up the road, and you’ll be seeing Michelin stars as you dine in restaurants serving immaculately presented food, perfectly matched with smooth local wines.

How to get to Demi-Quartier

The easiest way to get to Demi-Quartier is to fly into Geneva and rent a car. The drive should take around an hour, and snow chains are often essential. If you’d rather not drive, then get the train from Geneva to nearby Sallanches, which is about 11 kilometres away.