Couples, families and groups of friends will love the chic but serene spirit of MIL8. The decor, bathed in omnipresent natural light, combines raw style with cosy furniture.
Each of the 42 rooms and suites have balconies with a breathtaking view of the snow-covered peaks. The decor entices relaxation with a harmonious combination of wood and shimmering fabrics, exclusive designer furniture and high-quality bedding.
The hotel’s restaurant, open to non-residents, serves inventive and quality cuisine for lunch and dinner. The bar is open for delicious, well-deserved après-ski treats.
Aligned with the original and bold architecture typical of Avoriaz, the new hotel offers a breathtaking view of the village and the snow-covered peaks. The Hotel MiL8 is named after the altitude of the resort. Designed in purest Avoriaz tradition by Morzine architect Hervé Marullaz, it fits into the surroundings perfectly.
CONTEMPORARY MOUNTAIN STYLE
Designed by Catherine and Jérôme Clermont of Atelier Obermant in Paris, the interior design is perfectly at home in the architecture of the building, also playing with the contrast between curves and right angles. The paradox can also be observed in the different materials. Cosy softness from wood, leather and woolly fabrics blends with a raw urban style from concrete, wood, and COR-TEN steel for a decidedly contemporary atmosphere
Exclusively for use by hotel guests, the vertical MiL8’s spa is laid out on several levels. It features a counter-current and overflow swimming pool, sauna, cardio room and massage and relaxation area. The whole spa has floor-to-ceiling windows for stupendous views over the resort and surrounding mountains.