Wellness & Fitness at Aman Le Mélézin

Aman Le Mélézin’s serene spa, swimming pool, fitness and hydrotherapy areas are spread over two entire floors of the four-floor hotel. Offering a wide range of therapeutic and pampering treatments, it is the ideal space in which to prepare, or recover from, an active day in the magnificent outdoors. 

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Signature Treatment 

The rejuvenating Mélézin spa journey begins with dry body brushing to stimulate circulation, followed by a hot oil massage incorporating hot stones to release muscular tension and eliminate lactic acid build-up. Finally, rehydrate and nourish your skin with a moisturizing facial – the perfect antidote to the drying Alpine elements. 

Deep Tissue Massage 

Using their intuition and a range of diverse techniques, our spa therapists will tailor this therapeutic massage to address your specific tension areas with a unique blend of warm oils and long, slow strokes.  

Après-ski Foot Massage 

Bring energy and mobility back to cold feet and heavy legs. Dry skin brushing improves circulation and helps clear lactic acid build up. Hot compresses warm and soften tight muscles, in preparation for a stimulating hot oil sports massage on the legs to loosen up the muscles and prevent stiffness.  

Our facilities

  • Two entire floors dedicated to wellness
  • Five spacious treatment rooms include two double suites and one Thai massage suite
  • Extensive spa menu includes Aman Signature treatments
  • Traditional Turkish hammam, wooden sauna and cold plunge pool
  • Fitness Studio and expansive Yoga Studio with TRX equipment
  • 14-metre indoor lap pool with two Jacuzzis

Begin your wellness journey

Visiting Practitioners

This season, Aman Le Mélézin welcomes two visiting spa practitioners to help guests reset and rejuvenate both the mind and body. The first, Andreas Anell, a Physiotherapist from Sweden, will visit the hotel from 18 December until 8 January. With a career spanning over fifteen-years, Andreas in an ergonomics expert and will offer health coaching, as well as highly technical treatments to help resolve long-term sports injuries and alleviate muscular tension.

Also visiting the resort, Julian Sebastian, a Massage Therapist from Spain, will offer his expertise from 12 February until 12 March. With a diploma in sports injury rehabilitation therapies and qualifications as a Kobido and Guasha practitioner, Justin will offer guests a variety of complex massages and treatments, using his unique and results-driven approach.