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      Le Fitz Roy

      Rooms 58   Architecture Gilles Leborgne, ID associés   Interior Design Gilles Leborgne, ID associés
      The Original Valéry Grégo

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      Rooms
      58
      Architecture
      Gilles Leborgne, ID associés
      Interior
      Design Gilles Leborgne, ID associés
      The Original Valéry Grégo
      —Located at the center of Europe’s highest ski resort, Le Fitz Roy warms the heart with its understated luxury, fantastic cuisine, and spectacular views.

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      Set at an altitude of 2,300 meters, the iconic Le Fitz Roy sits in the center of the highest ski resort in Europe, Val Thorens. Having been the meeting spot for mountain enthusiasts since it was built, this legendary chalet in the French Alps has been renovated to retain its regional Savoyard authenticity and updated to a new standard of luxury. An unpretentious sense of charm and service give this French mountain hotel a “grand family chalet” atmosphere. The spacious 58 rooms and suites also bring together the classic and the contemporary, creating discreet elegance. A south-facing sun terrace overlooking the slopes is the “place to be,” while the Fitz Roy, renowned for its excellent take on modern French cuisine, is not to be missed. An in-house ski shop is on hand to help both novices and experts tackle the 600kms of slopes that surround Le Fitz Roy. And after a day of skiing, the hotel’s spa has a swimming pool carved out of the mountainside, a Turkish bath, and sauna to complete the experience.

      Nearest Airport
      GVA - Geneva International Airport
      Food & Drink
      Restaurant, The Terrace
      Spa & Recreation
      Indoor Pool, Massage, Sauna, Snow Skiing
      Services
      24 Hour Desk & Room Service, Airport Shuttle, Breakfast, Late Check-out

      Architecture

      Chalet on a Grand Scale

      Named after one of the most majestic and iconic Andean peaks, Le Fitz Roy uses stone and oak to mirror the natural elegance of the mountain. The renovated hotel retains its original façade, providing a great architectural scale for the new interiors. On the ground level, the lobby provides views of the bar, restaurant, and sun terrace. The open-plan flow lets in plenty of natural light while still allowing for discreet sections, such as the library.

      Leborgne does just this by cleverly retaining charming elements of the original interiors, such as polished wood and natural stone, and mixing them with contemporary classic furniture from the 20th and 21st centuries, be it by Antonio Citterio or Paola Navone.

       

      INTERIOR DESIGN

      Classic With a Contemporary Twist

      In the bar, interior architect Gilles Leborgne chose deep sofas by Maxalto, pieces by Hans Wegner, and Baxter slice tables for a chic, relaxed setting. He has completely renovated the iconic Le Fitz Roy, “expressing a desire to disrupt fashions and trends.”

      INTERIOR DESIGN
      Classic With a Contemporary Twist

      In the bar, interior architect Gilles Leborgne chose deep sofas by Maxalto, pieces by Hans Wegner, and Baxter slice tables for a chic, relaxed setting. He has completely renovated the iconic Le Fitz Roy, “expressing a desire to disrupt fashions and trends.”

      Leborgne does just this by cleverly retaining charming elements of the original interiors, such as polished wood and natural stone, and mixing them with contemporary classic furniture from the 20th and 21st centuries, be it by Antonio Citterio or Paola Navone.

       

      Made by Originals

      Valéry Grégo

      Valéry Grégo is different from most people who buy real estate. He sees the past before he thinks of the future: “When I buy a property, the first thing I want to know is its history,” he explains. “How can we translate that history into stories?” This philosophy mixed with the Paris-educated Grégo’s study in business and humanities, has led him to open three very interesting resorts in the French Alps —Le Fitz Roy, Le Val Thorens, and Hôtel des Trois Vallées. One might even call them the mountain resorts of the future and past. For him, “A hotel is an experience first, based on its unique history, background, personality, and location. Our goal was to allow for a modern feel in a vastly old-fashioned environment. We chose some hotels with very strong personalities and history and we went under heavy renovation programs to reveal them.” Now all that’s left is for guests to explore this grand new history.

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