Le Grand Hôtel

The “Grand Hôtel” was built in the 1920s and was to become a real stepping stone for the resort with its 4 floors and 70 rooms, located in the middle of a field. Opened in 1925, it quickly became a very fashionable establishment visited by a select clientele, including many celebrities, even before the construction of the first ski lift (Pleney in 1934: Lien vers article sur “Pleney”).
In 1965, the “Grand Hôtel” came into the ownership of the Caisse d’Allocations Familiale of the Sarthe region, and was renamed the “Hauturière”. 

Source: Histoire et Patrimoine Association, Morzine 
Heritage Tour every Thursday at 10am during high season
Article 1 : The Village Square
Article 2: Bézière
Article 3: The Mills
Article 4: L’Hôtel des Alpes
Article 5: Le Clos
Article 6: Maison de la Poste
Article 7: The Old Bridge (Le Vieux Pont)
Article 8: The River Dranse
Article 9: Le Plan neighbourhood
Article 10: The Old Cable-Car
Article 11: The Old Villages
Article 12 : Avoriaz
Article 13: The Avoriaz Cable-Car
Article 14: The Udrezants Neighbourhood
Article 15: The Nyon Gondola
Article 16: Les Nants Village
Article 17: The Manor House
Article 18: Le Vieux Bourg
Article 19: The Pleney Cable-car
Article 20: Le Grand Hôtel
Article 21: Sawmill at “Le Plan”
Article 22: The Slate Mines
Article 23: Combe à Zore
Article 24: The two water fountains
Article 25: Le Pied de la Plagne