Winter Fun for the Whole Family with Four Seasons Megève Collection
Four Seasons Megève Collection has launched an exciting winter program offering plenty of fun for all the family. From snowmen making and dog-sled rides to Japanese culinary delights and cocooning wellness treatments, there are plenty of activities that will delight little ones.
Fun Educational Activities
While parents enjoy a quiet moment and some well-deserved relaxation, the Kids’ Club welcomes children aged 3 to 12 to a magical world where they can take part in creative workshops led by qualified activity leaders. During the school holidays, there are plenty of exciting, open-air activities to entertain little ones, including snowmen-making, electric snowmobile trips and dog-sled rides.
Older children will love the Teen Zone. Designed for teenagers aged 12 and above, the area is set out to look like a film set, with arcade games, table football, juke box, games consoles, multimedia corner and cinema room. Teenagers are transported to a futuristic universe where they can switch off and unwind with their friends, escaping from the reality of the world.
An Indulgent Wellness Escape
Offering breath-taking views of the snow-capped Alps, the Four Seasons Megève Collection Spas offer a range of treatments specially designed for children of all ages. Spa Director Charlotte Ginolin has created Sweet Little Face, a moisturising and nutritious organic facial that stimulates the senses to create a deep sense of relaxation. During the treatment, therapists share their wellness secrets, teaching children about the importance of the wellbeing of body and mind.
Young guests can also take part in a cocooning wellness treatment in the privacy of their room, with a bath experience designed to calm and unwind. Spa therapists deliver a caddy tray with a selection of healthy, edible bath products for little ones to pour into the bathtub, promising an indulgent, spa-like experience. The tray contains vanilla and cinnamon bath salts, chocolate bath foam, a cupcake effervescent bath bomb, and chocolate and vanilla milk soap to provide a fun and relaxing bath experience.
At Kaito Restaurant, Chef Yohann Delhommeau creates dishes that skilfully combine Japanese culinary art with flavoursome mountain produce. The menu features the likes of karaage chicken, salmon-avocado maki, grilled salmon and burgers – all guaranteed to delight the palates of little ones while allowing them to discover Japan’s varied cuisine. Parents wishing to enjoy a romantic gourmet dinner in complete privacy can leave their children at the Kids’ Club, where the concierge team will look after them for the duration of the evening.
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