The Winter Lodge


From November 30th 2018 to February 17th 2019
With the region’s largest natural ice skating rink, paired with its restaurant, the 2018 Winter Lodge at La Réserve has everything it takes to surprise fans of tradition and mountain flavors.
Delicious and sporty: two areas dedicated to the majesty of winter

A delightful and unexpected haven
The Summer Lodge morphs into the Winter Lodge! Protected by huge bay windows featuring an understated style, dotted with fur blankets and softly lit chandeliers, the Lodge becomes the ideal restaurant in which to immerse oneself in nature and enjoy winter in a warm and cozy atmosphere. The menu includes all the traditional mountain specialties that make this season so irresistible: fondues with black truffle or champagne, grilled meat... A delightful opportunity to savor a relaxing and elegantly contemporary moment with family or friends.

A spectacular skating rink at the heart of a surreal forest
Abracadabra: instead of the pool and its deck, an over 500sqm natural ice rink takes up the entire space, inviting one and all to enjoy the joys of skating on a large scale! Even more surprisingly, it is surrounded by fir trees specially planted in honor of winter. Magnificently decorated and lit up, the tallest and most beautiful of them watches over the skaters as well as those who are strolling around the area. Traditional wooden chalets set up around the rink provide a chance to get equipped before venturing out onto the ice, and then to enjoy crepes, waffles, hot chocolate or mulled wine after one's exertions.

Open to all
From Wednesdays to Saturdays
Dinner from 7pm to 10pm
Sunday lunch from 12 noon to 4pm

May be privatized on request
> Discover the menu 

Skating rink
Exclusively reserved for diners in the restaurants, guests of La Réserve and members
Free access daily from 10am to 8pm

Gourmet Chalet
Open to all
Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 7pm

A Michelin Guide star for Le Tsé Fung


The first Michelin star ever awarded to a Chinese restaurant in Switzerland....