On our south-facing terrace at the foot of the ski slopes, enjoy a relaxing gourmet break. In a lounge environment far from the hustle and bustle of the village, you’ll be able to enjoy a taste of the dolce vita at the heart of the mountains. Sit down and enjoy a drink or a delicious snack.
Located at the heart of a winter wonderland, Le Sherpa is the perfect place for lovers of food and drink, with indulgent snacks, creamy hot chocolate, and cakes and pastries made by our pastry chef. Whether you sample the cake and tart of the day, or try our homemade spreads or regionally produced honey, take the time to unwind and enjoy a real gourmet delight.
The restaurant at Le Sherpa is a must-visit address in the resort dinner, or a snack.
At the Hotel Le Sherpa, enjoy the warm atmosphere of our spacious living areas. For an intimate moment with a loved one, quality time with family or friends, or simply some time reading a book by the fire, you’ll find the atmosphere you’re looking for...
A bar service with snacks, as well as a library and games, are all available.
After a busy day skiing, take some time to unwind and take care of yourself. Relaxation and wellness await you after a busy day of exercise. Enjoy the Cosmic Sauna on the terrace followed by rolling around in the snow in your bathing suit; the traditional sauna, jacuzzi and steam room indoors; as well as the facial and body treatments (massages, exfoliation, rituals).
NEW : try the ultimate experience of immersion in icy water in our cold plunge Nordic bath at 32 degree Fahrenheit (Icetub barrel).
Clients not staying at the hotel are welcome for treatments in our beauty area, but do not have access to the spa area.
A real family history, this charming and traditional hotel was constructed by “the parents” Jeanine and Michel Chambérot in 1976. Since then, it has been managed by the same family, working tirelessly on a daily basis and ensuring that the values of hospitality and the great hotel tradition are upheld. This makes it an extra special place at the time when the majority of hotels are owned by financial groups and have thus lost a large part of their original DNA.