A beautiful restaurant, the 'Cascades' is ideally located on the side of the valley and offers an obstructed view. Very charming, the tables are nicely spread out, there is marble flooring and the staff is very attentive. The menu is well thought out and during our visit in 2012, a French chef was even at the helm, proposing new and temporary cuisine based on local products. Accompanied by a superb wine menu with nearly 160 names from around the world (New Zealand, South Africa, Australia, Argentina, Italy... and some fabulous vintages: Mouton Rotschild, Haut-Brion, Cheval Blanc, etc.), the restaurant is one of the hotel's best assets. The highlight of the meals are the dance shows organised on some of the weeknights on a small stage facing the diners. The dancers are chosen with care and the numbers synchronised with the courses; it is a real treat.