There is a luxurious spa in the resort which has a steam room, sauna and jacuzzi. This is open all day – great for soothing those aching muscles. Further details are here.
We highly recommend a number of local therapists who can come to the property and offer you a sports or relaxation massage in the comfort of your bedroom.
Prices from €40, we can provide more details on request.
Bars and restaurants
For lunches on the mountain there are a couple of great options. Les Brevettes at the top of the Grand Plan (first) chairlift offers a rustic setting and some mean ravioli dishes – be warned, you’ll need to ski hard to work it off! There’s also Les Marquises under the Marquise chairlift which has a huge terrace with views to die for – their Savoyard burger won’t leave you disappointed!
Sainte Foy isn’t exactly renowned for its nightlife, but we prefer a quieter pace of life here! For Apres-Ski we highly recommend the cosy Yeti Boots Bar for it’s bustling happy hour and live sports.
There are several other bars ranging from the warm and cosy L’a Coeur to the more lively L’Apres and the St Germain tapas and wine bar.
For eating out in the evening our personal favourite is Eden’s Kitchen at the top of the village, which offers superb modern cuisine and a friendly service. L’a Coeur and Maison a Colonnes (both no more than a 5 minute walk) offer heart-warming local dishes such as great raclettes and fondues. TripAdvisor will give you write-ups on all the local eateries.
If it’s a special occasion nothing beats Chez Merie in nearby Le Miroir for a truly authentic Savoyard experience – we can arrange a taxi if required.
Contact details can be found here, alternatively if you would like us to make reservations at any of these restaurants please do let us know.
The resort also provides numerous activities which vary from week to week, there’s a weekly program available in resort for all the goings on. Black Diamond Lodge provides live music on Wednesdays for Apres ski which always has a fun atmosphere.