Named for the owner's grandfather, a baron who discovered the village in the early 1900s, this luxury Relais & Château inn is packed with antiques and collectibles from old farmhouses and châteaux. Guest rooms, outfitted with hand-carved headboards and richly textured fabrics, are named for wildflowers. To work out those après-ski kinks, visit the spa's infinity pool that boasts a breathtaking view of the Alps. The epicurean Franco-Italian menu at La Table d'Adrien
changes frequently and has imaginative dishes like lamb with zucchini crushed with mint, zucchini flower, and zucchini sprouts, while the more classic Grenier serves seasonal comfort dishes and cheese specialties.