• Historic site and monument

Betelgeuse building

Often compared to the Le Flaine hotel, the Bételgeuse building differs from its neighbour in that it has no masonry base and an abundance of projecting balconies, emblematic of Bauhaus architecture.

Historic site and monument Betelgeuse building Flaine


Flaine (74300)
Animals allowed

The Betelgeuse building is strategically placed to "close off" the forum and give it the shape of a rectangular square. Its roof was listed as a Historic Monument on 29 April 1991.

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    Free access.


    Animals allowed

    The Flaine Art Centre organises a free guided tour of the resort every Tuesday at 2pm (in winter and summer) (registration required).

    Follow the director of the Art Centre through the twists and turns of Flaine, in pursuit of the history of Flaine and its little stories too...

    The Betelgeuse building is one of the buildings featured on this tour.

    Pets must be kept on a lead in the resort.


    All year round, daily.

    Labels and rating

    Registered at the monuments and historic sites
    20th C
    Outstanding contemporary architecture

    • Pets welcome


    Flaine Forum 74300 Flaine

    The Bételgeuse building is adjacent to the Hôtel le Flaine. It is located in the resort centre, and closes off the rectangular Flaine Forum square.

    To get there on foot from Flaine Forêt, take the orange inclined lifts. Coming by car? The nearest car park is P2.

    • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
    Motor Disability

    The building is visible from the outside, so it can be accessed from Flaine's tarmac roads.

    Information update on 16/05/2024 by Office de Tourisme de Flaine