Alpine Retreat And Pleasure Palace




Albert has come to the end of his expedition, and it has been thrilling. He took on the snowy mountains of Al Thorens, Tignes and Méribel in just one week, made some good friends après-ski and invited them to visit his Schloss’ for a boozy Grey Goose hot schokolade.

Initially a part of Italy, Savoie only became a region in France in 1860, this is the reason its name originally comes from the Latin word Sapaudia, or Sabaudia which means ‘land covered in fir trees’. Over the years Savoie has become quite the tourist destination, and the increase in popularity of skiing in the 20th century made Savoie home to the largest number of ski hills in France, including the famous Val-d’Isère, Tignes and Méribel.

If you’re lucky enough to receive one of Albert’s postcards from Savoie, take it into one of his Schloss’ and receive either £25, £50 or £100 to spend on drinks from our new Winter Wanderlust menu.

Don’t forget to post a picture on your socials tagging @albertsschloss and @greygoose

Love, Albert x