The combination of extraordinarily good skiing and exclusive luxury make Courchevel a unique alpine destination for the world’s sport loving elite.
Courchevel combines superb slopes with unbeatable luxury to create a unique skiing experience.
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A Natural Beauty of Ski Resorts & Classic Alpine Tradition
Courchevel at the time of its construction was the only resort in the Alps to have been built from scratch, and not around an existing village. This location was chosen due its superior slopes therefore guaranteeing the best skiing in the area. Since its inception in 1950 Courchevel has blossomed into one of the most stylish ski resorts in the world playing host to four two Michelin star restaurants as well as multiple world class luxury hotels. Courchevel combines superb slopes with unbeatable luxury to create a unique skiing experience.
Courchevel has created its own refined culture of Alpine tradition that coexists perfectly with spectacular skiing. Courchevel is located in Les Trois Vallées, which is the largest linked ski area in the world and is renowned for its difficult black runs that have been challenging experienced skiers since the founding of the towns in the region.
However, in the classic alpine tradition, if your preference is to relax whilst others ski there are abundant Après-ski options as well as alluring lunch spots and fashionable boutiques. Courchevel truly has it all, which is why it has become a hot spot for thrill seeking international VIP’s.
Nightlife Designed For the Ultra Discerning Client
Courchevel nightlife caters to the ultra discerning clientele that attend these Alpine institutions that have been delighting guests for decades. A long time servant of the exclusive Courchevel nightlife scene is La Grange. Here you will find a multi level clubbing Mecca that has delighted and excited partygoers in equal proportions for a very long time.
The best Après-ski in Courchevel can be had at Le Milk. Le Milk is also a Mexican fusion restaurant that serves delicious fare if you get hungry on the slopes. If you have been to Les Caves and La Grange then journey to Le Milk for a late night party that is sure not to disappoint.
Les Caves De Courchevel, well known to anybody that has visited Courchevel in the past, is the most famous of the Courchevel nightlife venues and has been delighting clubbers for years. Like its counterpart in St. Tropez this temple of nightlife used to be called Les Caves du Roy but changed its name to Les Caves de Courchevel, however, the partying has remained as wild and debaucherous as it was 20 years ago.
The Elite of Fine Dining
One indication of Courchevel’s globally recognized status as one of the most opulent and refined ski resorts in the world is the unbelievably high number of elite restaurants. Courchevel's range of fine dining will not be found in any other ski resort worldwide and guarantees gastronomic excellence to compliment the numerous other activities available in this unique town.
Le Bateau Ivre is located in one of the most scenic settings you could imagine. Set on the top of the Hôtel La Pomme de Pin on the 6th floor, this top-end restaurant serves traditional French cuisine in an elegant and refined atmosphere. With Le Bateau Ivre, chef Jean-Pierre Jacob has continued Courchevel’s recent trend towards exquisite Haute Cuisine.
At Le Chabichou you will find an exhaustive wine list catered to compliment the complex and delicate food on offer. The interior is impeccably designed and is a reflection of the extremely high standard of the service and food. A special emphasis is placed on the aesthetics and composition of the dishes to create a truly all-encompassing gastronomic experience.
Les Airelles located in the hotel of the same name is a restaurant by Pierre Gagnaire, the world renowned chef whose eponymous restaurant in Paris is highly regarded, so it is no surprise that this place provides the finest of dining in a beautiful location. Here you can find the alpine classic of cheese fondue, guaranteed to delight, as well as other traditional French dishes enabling you to replenish in the finest of fashions after a long day of skiing.
Courchevel has hotels of palatial luxury, indicating the level of sophistication in the city's luxurious accommodation. Cheval Blanc Courchevel is an exclusive, contemporary haven for the global jet set that works in harmony with its natural surroundings. Designed as a ‘maison’ in the true sense of the word, this ski-in ski-out chalet is the perfect setting for a truly opulent ski holiday. The rooms are a sensational blend of your traditional ski chalet with contemporary chic design. For the ultimate in exclusivity and extravagance there is one ‘apartment,’ which is a spectacular duplex apartment that offers unrivalled views of La Saulire, Courchevel’s highest summit.
Hôtel Palace de Neiges is a bastion of the luxury hotel scene in Courchevel having had a hotel in the same location for many years. One of the main ski lifts in Courchevel is just metres way from the front entrance of the hotel affording you easy access to the incredible skiing available. The Pine interiors are contrasted with eclectic colours, all to give this unbeatable chalet style hotel an eccentric but chic take on luxurious living.
In the same category as the Cheval Blanc and the Hotel Palace des Neiges is Hôtel de Charme les Airelles. Here you will find classic luxury born out of the quintessential idea of a ski chalet. Warm colours set against fine, rare wood create a soothing atmosphere perfect for relaxing after a long day on the slopes. An innovative spa offers women and men the most recent in treatment methods alongside the traditional spa amenities. At Les Airelles you can relax in one of their many plush living areas including the smoking room that serves some of the finest and most rare liqueurs available whilst smoking a ‘puros’ Havana cigar.