Méribel, the heart of the 3 Valleys

The Meribel valley is one of the longest in the French Alps (22km). It stretches from Brides-les-Bains (600m) to the Péclet-Polset massif (3560m). In 1938, the British colonel Peter Lindsay put his skis in this valley and decided to build a resort. Patiently, without betraying the nature and the local architect, he will shape a harmonious place dedicated to skiing. Today, Méribel still presents a unity of chalets with blond wood and bluish stone facades. A little higher, at 1700m of altitude, nestles Méribel-Mottaret. Created in 1972, at the foot of the Mont-Vallon, the resort is a synthesis between traditional and functional construction. One of the charms of Méribel lies in its multiplicity: 14 villages and hamlets are spread out in the valley. Numerous paths allow hikers, on foot or with snowshoes, to discover these picturesque places.


In Méribel, De la Neige à la Table recommends :

Hôtel L’Hélios

5-star hotel Gastronomic restaurant Reservations at + 33 (0)4 79 24 22 42
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Le Grand Cœur & Spa

Gastronomic restaurant Regional products Reservations at +33 4 79 08 60 03
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Allodis Hôtel

Gastronomic restaurant Panoramic terrace Reservations at + 33 (0)4 79 00 56 00
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Le Cookie’s Club - Adray Telebar

Restaurant snack International cuisine Reservations at + 33 (0)4 79 08 60 26
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La table du Ruitor

Brasserie Grill Argentin Reservations at + 33(0)4 79 00 48 48
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Les Crêtes

Restaurant d'Altitude Reservations at +33(0)6 09 40 51 04

Le Mottaret

Friendly restaurant Burgers, grills & music Reservations at +33 (0)4 79 00 47 47
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