Back in the days when Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant graced the slopes of Megève and Brigitte Bardot enlivened Méribel, it was chic to spend the winter holiday at a grand hotel, mingling with other guests après-ski and sipping evening cocktails beneath a canopy of chandeliers. Then came the aughts, and with them the rise of the luxury chalet and the contemporary extravagance of not being seen. But this winter, a new generation of luxury hotel is on the rise in France, combining old-world hospitality with the newest trends in dining, design and wellness—plus that most prized of modern amenities: privacy.
By Gabriella Le Breton
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