Monday 21 June 2021 - Saturday 11 September 2021
Thursday 03 December 2020 - Monday 18 April 2022
With its dark stone decor, the Spa is a quiet heaven of tranquility and well-being, featuring a gym area, a hammam, a leisure pool with massage jets and treatment cabins. Outside, enjoy the Scandinavian bath overlooking Mont-Blanc and sauna.
Fancy a sauna, massage, Turkish bath, a large Jacuzzi. This is the perfect place to end a day in the mountains. L’Hôtel des 3 Vallées Spa offers all of these facilities and services in a wood-panelled area exclusively reserved for hotel guests, a perfect setting to unwind and relax before enjoying the resort’s nightlife.
The hotel benefits from two swimming pools: a natural seawater measuring almost 30 metres long cut into the coastal rock and a swimming lane. The Spa offers many massages and treatments.
The spa du Fitz Roy awaits you for a moment out of time. Between a reading session by the fireplace and a contemplative break to admire the surrounding peaks, enjoy a moment for yourself to offer you tailor-made treatments, guaranteeing a unique experience. Located around a vast square pool, the Spa is set in fully mineral surroundings. Discreet and elegant, its decor is an interplay of elegant green slate and sanded spruce. Health and beauty treatments, the swimming pool, a sauna and steam bath all offer the opportunity to recover from a day on the slopes or to relax when the weather isn’t quite right for skiing.
After a day of skiing, the Spa du Val Thorens awaits you for a moment out of time. In a zen and refined universe and discover a sauna imagined as a spruce cabin, steam room designed as a space dug into the rock and one of the largest indoor pools in the resort that opens on the mountains in
loss of view.
Capelongue has two outdoor swimming pools with views, one facing Bonnieux and another one carved out of the Claparèdes rock for great lengths under the blue sky of Provence. The Spa invites you to regenerate body and mind with quality treatments and products.
On May 5th 2021, Les Hôtels d'en Haut becomes Beaumier.
A new name to support our expansion in Europe. A name that sounds beautiful, generous and French that takes its origins in Auguste Beaumier, a french explorer, geographer and writer.
A new symbol, inspired by luggage tags and travel memorabilia. A symbol that speaks to our two anchors, the mountains and the sea. A stamp of approval, a badge of quality.
...and a signature.