Rooms & Suites

Well-appointed and unique in its own way, each room at Hotel Domestique pairs rustic architecture and traditional furnishings with luxe design elements, elegant décor and fine linens. Come immerse yourself in a new standard of luxury.


Col de Colombiere, French Alps
Altitude (1,580ft)
The Col de Colombiere is a mountain pass road in the French Alps located south and east of Geneva and close to the border with Switzerland. It connects the city of Sciozier to the north with the city of Le Grand Bornand to the south. Starting from Scionzier, the climb is 16.3 km (10.1 miles) long with an average gradient of 6.8%. From Le Grand Bornand, the climb is 11.7 km (7.2 miles) long with an average gradient of 5.9%. THe Colombiere was first climbed in the Tour de France in 1960 and has been climbed regularly since then. The route of the Tour de France often takes riders over the Colombiere from the city of Cluses to the north via the Col du Romme which is 24.8 km (15.4 miles) in length and is the most challenging approach to the col.

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Restaurant 17

Where old-world hospitality meets familiar European views, the cuisine reveals an elevated twist on classic Italian and Mediterranean favorites. Chef Haydn Shaak marries classical training with his dedication to local farms and ingredients to craft a truly unique menu inspired by the seasonality of the Upstate.

Top-of-the-Line Bikes

Rent top-of-the-line road and gravel bikes in one of the most bike-friendly places in the nation.


Take advantage of beautiful routes through the blue ridge mountains or enjoy a group yoga session on our property!
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