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Le Kaila in Meribel, France
At the heart of Méribel, nestled into the picture-postcard snow-covered peaks and natural surroundings, Le Kaïla found its origins. A «signature» hotel, born from the Dallery Family spirit and which bears the print of this dynasty of builders through the continued work of Aurélia and Jean-Luc Montgourdin, the third generation. More than simply a profession, welcoming and hosting guests is a passion for these hotel owners. Drawing its name from the Tibetan term Kailash, meaning «Jewel of the Snows», Le Kaïla has a host of exceptional virtues.
In an entirely intimate and welcoming ambiance, you will enjoy an exceptional stay with the gentle and warm feeling of slipping into a caring cocoon thanks to the cozy, soft-stitch linen, in brown, ivory and chocolate tones. Here, no two rooms are alike. Each room has its own name, decor, «premium» hotel feature and surface area. And perhaps more uniquely, the cozy rooms can be joined together, allowing two rooms to be turned into a large family space.
Location of Le Kaila
Nearest Airport: CMF
Amenities for Le Kaila
- Room Service
- Bar & Restaurant
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Spa Services
- Fitness Center
- Indoor Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Mini Bar
- Ski & Snow
Reviews for Le Kaila
We stopped off here for some hot drinks and we were met with friendly staff who took our jackets and escorted us upstairs to the lounge bar area via the lift as my friend is disabled and we were impressed with the service that we had. We have to say that the way they served the sugar for the tea, was something that I had never ever seen before. They had the sugar served on thin poles with the sugar split into white and brown sugar balls and they were all split into half portions. It was a very thoughtful way of presenting sugar to a customer. Recommend !!
Colt S - Swansea, United Kingdom
We stayed here for a night in February. The room was unbelievably expensive for what it was. It was small we had a beautiful view of a brick wall all for the princely sum of â‚¬1200. The room was not only small but will get tired quickly as the finish is poor. Mutton dressed as lamb comes to mind. I donâ€™t mind paying for comfort and taste but this place is daylight robbery.
floristonhall - london
Letâ€™s start on a positive note, ski shop fantastic and provided very good, first class service. Never had my ski boots taken on and off for me before and skis carried up to the ski slope via lift. Brilliant! Pleasant staff too! Room was a two bedroom suite with separate wc and bathroom which was nice but with no view and not worth Â£15,000!!!! The bottle of champagne on arrival was a nice extra. There was a large choice at the breakfast buffet but was rather surprised to find the pancakes were cold, with no offer to cook nice fresh ones even though the cooking facilities were there ready. The coffee also arrived at the table cold. New Years Eve gala dinner cost 500 euros per head for a lovely eight course dinner but no alcohol or canapÃ© included in this, not even one glass of champagne. Then the cheapest bottle of wine we could purchase was 250 euros. The hotel also wanted us to pay a minimum of 500 euros to sit in the bar area before and after the meal. So, needless to say, we didn't bother and saw the New Year in in our room on our own and didn't feel welcome to join in the party. For that sort of money I feel it should have been more of an occasion and we just felt 'ripped-off.' Overall, we had a lovely holiday and the staff were pleasant, I am willing to pay that bit extra for luxury but do feel I did not get value for money here and paid double what this hotel is worth.
zoequesnel372 - Amersham, United Kingdom
Very nice and quality hotel, comfortable rooms (except that there was very hot and couldn't be adjusted) with everything you need. Ski-in-ski-out without any trouble. Note that hotel has two pool areas, one in Nuxe Spa, and another on 2nd floor which is a lot bigger and better. Strangely nobody said us anything when we accidentally went to wrong area on the first day.. The lobby bar is nice, but I have not earlier seen such a slow service in 5-star venues - every day the same. There is a Michelin starred restaurant in the hotel (another review) where also very good breakfast is served.
juhahi - Tampere, Finland
We just stayed there, and we had a Junior Suite. It was expensive, but really nice. The hotel is in the middle of the town, you can ski down to the lift, and ski back if you are coming from Courchevel or parts of Meribel. If you have to walk back, its maybe 300 yards tops. You can walk to all the restaurants, its super comfortable, great staff.
aljex - new york city