Large bay windows with a view of the snow-capped Alps, a harmony of blond wood and warm fabrics with invigorating notes, a line of tailor-made furniture, a perfectly cozy bed … Altapura is ideally located on the ski slopes with direct access to the Plein Sud chairlift and the other ski lifts in the 3 Valleys area, to the delight of winter sports enthusiasts!


3 restaurants

 

2Mille3

LUNCH WITH A VIEW

On an exceptional terrace facing the Caron peak, enjoy a traditional menu. Experienced skier, the grill of the day and the sweets at the buffet are yours… savor the pleasures of skiing without sacrificing anything to the pleasures of taste!

DINNER: CHEF IN DOWN JACKET

In the evening, the cooks put on their show and offer you hot food … from rotisserie to Asian woks via a selection of pasta, not to mention local cheeses and desserts “to die for” and there is no risk of injury. ! Dinner buffet.


Casa Alta

To taste specialties with flavors of Italy and make your plate travel to the terroir of the Alps. A subtle harmony of flavors in a generous and inventive menu


La Laiterie

FONDUE

Discover the exclusive fondues and raclettes imagined for La Laiterie by our Chef in association with our master cheese maker Boujon, a talented refiner.

Domaine de Fontenille, a luxury hotel designed like a family home.


Each room and suite at the Domaine is unique and bright. A classicism tinged with southern light with fluid and poetic contemporary lines.


The Domaine de Fontenille offers a real immersion in the heart of Provençal nature to savor the weather, the beauty and the benefits of nature.


Three dining universes, three unique moments dedicated to awakening the senses under the direction of Chef Michel Marini: Le Champ des Lunes, our Michelin-starred gourmet restaurant, La Cuisine d’Amélie, our gourmet bistro, as well as La Grande Table des Breakfasts. A watchword: highlighting Provençal, authentic natural products.

A few steps from the village of Val d’Isère, where life is good !

 

The Rhineland-Herzegovina wine-growing area is the largest German wine-growing region.

In this region there is a large selection of white and red wines, but the main varieties are Riesling, Müller-Thurgau and Dornfelder. The young winegrowers use their know-how and their self-confidence to promote innovation and preserve the historic wine culture. In many inns, regional chefs conjure up perfectly matched specialties with Rheinhessen wine.

One of the most beautiful wine regions in Germany is Franconia.

Exciting cycling and hiking trails between Spessart, Rhön and Steigerwald await you. There you will find varied landscapes, charming winegrowers, Franconian hospitality and probably see a castle.

The Baden wine region, the southernmost and third largest in Germany, is primarily a long, thin strip of vineyards nestled between the hills of the Black Forest and the Rhine, stretching for some 400 km.

Many visitors are drawn to Baden for the mild climate, the pretty wine-growing villages and the diverse landscapes that offer varied wines.

The city of Baden-Baden is known for high-end tourism, its resort and spa among the most chic in the world where several international festivals are also held.