Culture & Winter Sports
Perched at an altitude of between 1,600 and 2,500 m, affording the most wonderful views of the Mont Blanc mountain range, the resort of Flaine, listed an historic monument and whose architectural design was influenced by Marcel Breuer, is a monumental masterpiece in a gem of a setting.
Since the 1960s, this ski resort has given art pride of place in its public spaces (totems created by Pablo Picasso, Jean Dubuffet, Victor Vasarely and the Pol Bury fountain). Immerse yourself in a world dedicated to art and culture for a unique winter sports experience. With a range of exhibitions and happenings on offer, Terminal Neige - Totem invites you to discover present-day art in an unusual setting, that of the mountains.
When you return from a day spent out on the slopes at this legendary ski area, take time to explore the visual, eye-pleasing sights. Essential moments dear to Terminal Neige that bring you no-frills, effortless art.
Once you have done a workout for your legs and then your eyes, treat yourself to a relaxing break at our Pure Altitude Spa, try out some revitalising treatments - a moment of sheer bliss! And finally, when evening comes, a culinary journey awaits you at the Friendly Kitchen restaurant with its different food - all tantalizing experiences for your taste buds.
At Terminal Neige - Totem, let yourself be lulled by the spellbinding Alpine peaks and sample the joys of snow and culture.
Friendly Mountain Hotels
The Totem building, located at Flaine Forum opposite the Picasso Totem, embodies the architectural style of the ski resort which was built in the 1960s, a style influenced by Marcel Breuer, an architect from the famous German design and architecture Bauhaus school.
With a modern architectural style that combines attractiveness and functionality, the Totem offers the experiences of an authentic abode where the needs of those who love sport, culture and collective experiences are paramount.
The interior is designed in an ethnic spirit with wool fabrics inspired by native American culture, vintage furniture and a more urban feel integrating technology. You can also explore the Pure Altitude Spa and sample its treatments using mountain plants along with the Bar and the Friendly Kitchen restaurant offering a choice of flavours and food.