13, rue Jean Mermoz 74940 Annecy-le-Vieux − France
Member of Relais & Chateaux
The Clos des Sens has joined the very private club of 540 exceptional houses across all 5 continents. By focussing on giving guests uniquely personal experiences, Relais et Châteaux members promote the Art of Gracious Living and of storing up fond memories.
Imagine a village on the sunny slopes of Annecy with panoramic views over the town but far from its bustle and exuberance. A haven of peace, a cocoon where you can listen to your senses and the essentials of life, lulled by the breeze. A place steeped in history, with its 12th century Romanesque church and bell-tower, its age-old chestnut trees and ancient stones, an ideal spot for the Clos des Sens gourmet restaurant and also our 5 star luxury hotel, 5 of the rooms of which are located in the old school built in 1866 and renovated with taste and elegance, respecting its past.
The Clos des Sens is ideally located where the three biggest alpine lakes are formed – savage and secret Lake Le Bourget, pure and exotic Lake Annecy and imposing Lake Geneva. Three breathtakingly beautiful lakes, sources of inspiration, emotion and pleasure. Dream stretching out in a boat, swim in waters as pure as enchanted lagoons, fish or walk on the banks… lakes stir unforgettable feelings every day.
Bountiful Nature does not do anything by chance. Her gift of mountains, jewel cases that protect and nourish our lakes and add a thousand and one shades of greens to the blue waters, bringing us a little closer to heaven and our true essence!
The softly flowered and verdant Bauges, Aravis and Chablais – ideal for getting away from it all on walks through forests, scrublands and mountain pastures, but also treasures for the market gardeners, stockbreeders and gatherers, whose produce echoes their savours.
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Official website: https://www.closdessens.com/en/
The restaurant is open every Tuesday evening, and for lunch and dinner from Wednesday to Saturday. We are also open on Sunday evenings in July and August – exceptional opening on Easter sunday and Pentecote . The rest of the year we are closed on Sundays and Mondays and Tuesdays for lunch. The rooms are open from Tuesday evening to Saturday evening and 7 days a week in July and August.
13, rue Jean Mermoz