Overview

Five words you want to hear from a top-notch mountain stay: everything is taken care of – and never more so than at La Mourra Hôtel Village. This superlative Val d’Isère address comprises luxury chalets and spacious suites. The former come with chefs, butlers, drivers and porters; there’s a cinema room and spa in situ at each chalet and the concierge is as well connected as the hotel’s underground tunnels (linking the chalets and hotel). The latter, eight stylish suites, are in pole position above the hotel’s Japanese-fusion restaurant and Clarins spa, with shuttles to the ski lifts, a centre-ville location and seamless service making any stay here a (mountain) breeze.

Highlights:

  • Chalets with hotel frills

  • Top-notch service & extras

  • Centre-ville location

Smith extra

A plate of sushi (eight pieces) and a glass of champagne each

In the know

Also need to know:

Chalet guests with oenophilic leanings should request a private wine tasting with La Mourra’s sommelier.Chalets have lifts to all floors and a wheelchair-accessible double bedroom either at ground level or on the first floor. One hotel junior suite (sleeping three) is wheelchair-friendly, too.

Packing tips:

In your deliberations over ski jackets, salopettes and snow boots, don’t forget that togs for the spa and glamorous threads for dinner are equally deserving of your attention.

Dress code:

A silk shirt, kimono jacket or sakura-print blouse will all pair glamorously with the Japanese-fusion cuisine.

Mr and Mrs Smith reviews

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this ski hotel in Savoie and unpacked their génépy and wraparound Oakleys, a full account of their mountain break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside La Mourra Hôtel Village in Val d’Isère…

A dilemma familiar to all winter-holiday devotees is whether to opt for the home-from-home comforts of an Alpine chalet or seek out hotel frills and forgo exclusivity. The solution is La Mourra Hôtel Village – a stellar stay of suites and standalone chalets at the heart of Val d’Isère – which offers the benefits of both, whichever option you plump for. Its hotel suites afford the space and privacy you’d expect of a chalet (balconies, living areas, generous ensuites); its five finessed chalets come with the kind of extras, service and thoughtful details you’d expect from an upscale hotel (a private chef, butler, alcohol allowance, free shuttles, concierge services for help with everything from ski hire to babysitting). The marble-lined Clarins spa is a boon for all guests (although chalet stays come with a private spa chez vous, too) and the hotel’s glamorous Japanese-fusion restaurant and bar are a gastronomic go-to for diners resort-wide. With views of the imposing Face de Bellevarde from the hotel and Val d’Isère’s centre-ville in easy reach, La Mourra’s first-class location is free of compromise, too.

Accommodation details

Address:

460 avenue du Prariond, 73150, Val-d'Isère, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France
Val-d'Isère
France

Location:

0.3 mi / 0.4 km from city centre

General facilities

  • Onsite laundry
  • Spa
  • Valet parking
  • On-Site parking
  • Internet services
  • Restaurant
  • Pool
  • Lounges/bars
  • Room service

Dining information

Restaurant:

The timbered dining room is cosy with a capital c: warm-wood panelling; eye-catching pendant lights and chandeliers; chairs upholstered in stripes, woven fabrics or velvet, but always pillowy; linen-draped tables and deft, friendly service. It’s an Alpine setting that sits in contrast to its Japanese-fusion menu, which includes a choice of freshly prepared sushi and mains such as umami-style Bresse chicken, beef tataki, cod with miso or sole furikake.

Top Table:

In keeping with the Japanese fare on offer, sofa-lined low tables to the left of the entrance are a romantic spot in which to savour sushi.

Last Orders:

Breakfast is served, 7am–10.30am; dinner is from 7pm until 9.30pm.

Room Service:

From 11am–11pm, you can order from a dedicated menu including salads, croque monsieur, pasta and a choice of desserts, plus options for little Smiths.

Hotel Bar:

Alongside the restaurant at the heart of the hotel, La Mourra’s bar is a low-lit lounge of easy chairs and side tables and high stools beside the bar: try signature cocktail, Aki No Tsuki – a blend of vanilla vodka, lemon-ginger sake and tropical fruit juices. An eye-catching wine cellar at the entrance is a trove of French vintages that the hotel’s resident sommelier will be all too happy to guide you through.

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