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Jiva Hill Resort
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Jiva Hill Resort

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Awaken all the senses

33 Rooms

An ecological golf course

An ecological golf course

An ecological golf course

An ecological golf course

An ecological golf course

Fabrice Mercier

"Jiva Hill Golf Club offers an ultra sophisticated course that may be used throughout the year. From beginners to experienced players, it gives everyone the chance to live their passion in an intense and absolute way. Covering 140,000 m² on a course which respects the natural lie of the land, its undulations and the flora, while upholding the principles of golf. The Jiva Hill Golf Club is a 9-hole course with 18 tees and greens in synthetic grass. The total length is 4,000 meters for the 18-holes and 2,000 meters for the 9 - holes. A pioneering course, this is the first 9-holer in France and Europe with synthetic tees and greens."

Fabrice Mercier - Maître de Maison - View profile

Awakening the senses

Thomas Bizouard

"Our chef serves revisited French gastronomic cuisine combining tradition and modernity. A clever blend of quality and freshness, innovation and generosity awakens all the senses. In the summer, the chef adapts the art of the barbecue and revisits it in gourmet style! Sit out on our panoramic terrace and enjoy the majesty of Mont Blanc while enjoying tasty, modern cuisine where seasonal products are enhanced and highlighted in original creations that will delight your palate."

Thomas Bizouard - Restaurant manager

A wellness oasis

A wellness oasis

A wellness oasis

A wellness oasis

Oslo Schönenberger

"The Spa is an extraordinary wellness space: from the teak solarium with its sun loungers and parasols, there is direct access to the indoor pool heated at 29°C and its adjoining Jacuzzi. Sauna, steam bath, cold bath, treatment rooms and a gym complete the facilities.
Our therapists offer a treatment menu of massages, body treatments and facials as well as programmes for women, men and children. The added bonus: the "Evasion" signature treatment, absolute relaxation and serenity. A combined treatment during which all your facial muscles will gradually relax, the beneficial effects lasting sustainably for the benefit of the entire body and mind."

Oslo Schönenberger - Spa Manager

In the designer's studio

In the designer's studio

In the designer's studio

In the designer's studio

In the designer's studio

In the designer's studio

In the designer's studio

"We have built a collection of artworks that reflects the hotel’s many values, developed by its teams of architects, designers and decorators. The art collection includes nearly 200 works on paper, as well as one film and a large sculpture. Since 2012, we have been hosting a permanent exhibition by the New York photographer Roberto Dutesco, whose collection of works entitled “The Wild Horses of Sable Island” features unique shots of wild horses living on Sable Island, a Canadian island located 290 km south-east of the coast of Nova Scotia, in the Atlantic Ocean. For twenty years, Roberto Dutesco has observed and studied these animals, which are thought to have been abandoned after a shipwreck in the eighteenth century, and are now protected by the Canadian government".

Aurélie Daractz - Communication & Marketing Manager
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