A world-class ski holiday destination, Courchevel 1850 is one of the most popular luxury ski resorts in the French Alps. A firm favourite amongst the elite, and a much-loved destination for keen skiers, the Courchevel 1850 ski resort has everything you could possibly need for a luxury ski break. With an array of Michelin-star restaurants, a buzzing après ski scene, designer boutiques and a variety of pistes for every ability, Courchevel 1850 is often regarded as the best resort for luxury skiing in France.
Read on to explore the best places to stay in Courchevel and learn more about this luxury French ski resort from the experts.
Courchevel 1850 skiing information
Courchevel is the name given to a large ski area that comprises four ski resorts, named after their elevation (resort height). These are Courchevel 1850, Courchevel Moriond, (also known as Courchevel Moriond 1650), Courchevel Le Praz (1300m) and Courchevel Village (1550).
Skiers can enjoy 150km of ski terrain in the Courchevel ski area alone, with easy access to the world-famous ski network, Les 3 Vallées.
Les 3 Vallées has 600km of piste to explore, connecting Courchevel with the popular resorts of Méribel, Val Thorens, Méribel, Val Thorens, La Tania, Saint-Martin de Belleville, Les Ménuires Brides-les-Baines and Orelle.
Is Courchevel 1850 good for beginners?
The best ski resorts for beginners always have a good selection of gentle green slopes, and skiing in Courchevel is no exception. Courchevel 1850 has 19 green ski runs (the easiest grade) and 35 blue ski runs (relatively easy), so there are plenty of gentle pistes to explore to build up your confidence. Depending on your previous skiing experience, Courchevel also offers a beginner-friendly ski pass, the Courchevel mini pass, which provides access to beginner areas of 1850, 1550 and Le Praz. The Courchevel mini pass also grants lift access to the Mickey, Belvedere and Petite Bosse drag lifts and the Ariondaz and Petit Moriond gondolas.
Courchevel 1850 has a dedicated ski area for beginner skiers, with wide runs that offer an easy gradient. These are called the Evolution Zones, or Zen areas, and provide the perfect backdrop to practice your skiing technique without the worry of taxing steep runs. Private ski lessons, ski guides and English-speaking ski schools are readily available for beginner skiers in Courchevel, and the ski instructors are friendly, knowledgeable and experienced.
Top tips for beginners
- Courchevel 1850 offers a good choice of easy runs, with enough to enjoy off the slopes to keep you occupied should you wish to take it easy for a few days.
- It’s recommended to take ski lessons if you can, as you can learn to ski at a relaxed pace with experts who will work on your skiing technique to help you build confidence.
- Book ski lessons in advance to ensure a spot, particularly in busy periods like Christmas, February half-term and the Easter break.
Is Courchevel 1850 good for families?
The Courchevel ski resorts offer plenty of activities and family-friendly amenities. Some resort highlights include an ice rink and Aqua Motion, and a water park located between 1550 and Moriond 1650. There are also a good number of English-speaking ski schools including Supreme Ski, Bass Courchevel and New Generation.
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The Family snow park in Courchevel 1850 has easier jumps for children to explore and an airbag for safe ski jumping. Courchevel 1850 is also home to the ESF (Ecole du Ski Francais) Children’s Village of Courchevel 1850, a five-hectare, children-only ski area. The Children’s Village or Village des Enfants is one of the largest enclosed ski areas for children in the world and includes an on-site lunch club, gondola and ice tunnels.
With a large percentage of green runs and Evolution zones, Courchevel has often been heralded as an ideal ski resort for young skiers to get to grips with skiing. Other family-friendly activities away from the slopes in Courchevel 1850 off the slopes include bowling, tobogganing, and dog-sledging.
Is Courchevel good for intermediate-level skiers?
For those looking to explore the 150km of Courchevel ski area in earnest, there are also 34 red ski runs (difficult) and eight black ski runs (very difficult) to explore. Courchevel ski resort has over 50% green and blue ski runs, but there remains a considerable number of more challenging slopes to explore, as well as easy access to the Three Valleys ski network.
Courchevel has invested in its ski lifts in recent years, with huge improvements to lift speeds, comfort and efficiency. This makes exploring the ski area easier, safer and more enjoyable, enabling you to get a full day’s skiing in with ease.
Is Courchevel good for experts?
Courchevel 1850 has access to a small selection of black runs, but the Three Valleys has enough variety to keep even the most experienced skiers busy. For thrill-seekers, the off-piste skiing in the Three Valleys ski area is plentiful and beautiful. There are a few snow parks in the Three Valleys for those seeking a challenge, Courchevel 1850 is home to the Family Park, which offers small, medium and large kickers, as well as an airbag, allowing you to safely develop and perfect your jumping skills.
Advanced and off-piste skiing in Courchevel
Courchevel off-piste skiing includes the popular routes Col du Fruit and Vallée des Avals. The Saulire Express can take keen ski enthusiasts to one of the most well-known off-piste runs, The Grand Couloir.
Although labelled as a black run, this run is never groomed and offers skiers staggering views, a challenging route with plenty of steep moguls, and fresh powder to carve your way through. Head to the top of the Saulire cable car to find it, before finishing the route on the Combes de Soulire red run. Considered a bucket-list ski run, try to get there first thing in the morning on a powder day to enjoy one of the most exhilarating ski runs of your life!
Off-piste skiing tips
- If you plan to head off-piste, only do so with an experienced mountain guide, as some routes may be dangerous depending on snowfall and accessibility.
- Aim to tackle any off-piste ski routes earlier in the day - you’ll need fresh legs to handle the steep moguls.
- The most popular off-piste ski runs will get busy as the day goes on, so aim to get there first thing in the morning for the best conditions.
- Some of the Courchevel off-piste trails include thickly forested areas, which may prove tricky. You should always wear a helmet regardless of your route, but helmet protection is even more necessary for forest routes- trees and rocks can create more treacherous paths.
Is Courchevel 1850 good for adults?
Courchevel 1850 is also known for its lively nightlife, with plenty of lounge bars, piano bars, and sunny spots to explore. There are a number of après hotspots located on and off the slopes, as well as varied ski terrain for groups of all abilities.
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Après ski in Courchevel 1850
Après ski restaurants on the mountain
For sophisticated, early afternoon après, we recommend finding a glorious slope-side spot to bask in the sun and unwind. Some of our favourite slopeside restaurants for après ski in Courchevel 1850 include Le Cap Horn, Bagatelle, La Caves de Creux, De Laroche, and La Pilatus.
Who can forget La Folie Douce Méribel-Courchevel? Located at the top of the Saulire Express, La Folie Douce is a world-renowned collective with a reputation for an unbeatable party atmosphere. Expect dancing on tables, flowing champagne bottles, and daily live performances and entertainment. Open every day until 5 pm, revellers should remember that they’ll need to get down the rest of the ski run before they can remove their skis for the day!
Après ski bars and clubs in the Courchevel ski area
As well as slopeside options, there are plenty of bars and restaurants throughout Courchevel ski resort that your group can explore once you’re off the slopes.
- Le Tremplin - Le Tremplin is located at the centre of Courchevel 1850, at the bottom of a gentle green run. Skiers can relax after a satisfying day with a hard-earned glass of wine on their large outdoor terrace and take in the view.
- Nokken - A glamorous nightclub situated in Courchevel 1850, Nokken is the perfect place to keep the après spirit alive. Once you’ve had your fill of sun-soaked bars on the mountain, your group can grab some dinner before heading to this popular club. Nokken opens at midnight and closes at 5 am, making it the perfect place to round off your après ski.
- Les Caves de Courchevel Club - One of the most famous nightclubs in the Alps, Les Caves de Courchevel is a hot spot for revellers looking to dance the night away. Expect celebrities, plenty of Champagne, and world-famous DJs at this party hub. Les Caves de Courchevel doors open until around 5 am, with regular themed nights in the week and an unforgettable party scene on weekends. There’ll be glitz, glamour, and standout live music from this legendary nightclub throughout the entire season.
- La Luge Bar and Restaurant - Located in Le Forum, Courchevel 1850, La Luge is the ideal spot for a quick bite to eat and daytime cocktails. The fantastic location makes it the perfect place to start après early, with a live DJ kicking things off at 5 pm. The chilled-out atmosphere and reasonably priced menu make La Lugean an après hot spot.
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Courchevel 1850 lift pass prices
Courchevel ski passes for adults (13-64 years) cost around €325 for 6 days. This pass gives you access to ski in the connected Courchevel ski resorts and covers lifts and ski runs. The Courchevel ski pass is recommended for beginners and those looking for a laid-back holiday, with easy access to the resort centre and your accommodation.
For more adventurous or experienced skiers, Oxford Ski Company recommends The Three Valleys ski pass. Connecting skiers to the largest ski network in the world, the ‘Les 3 Vallées’ lift pass costs €375 for an adult pass for 6 days, granting you access to other popular French ski resorts including Méribel and Val Thorens. Explore the neighbouring areas of Courchevel at your leisure with a whopping 600km of connected ski slopes to discover.
Getting around The Three Valleys ski area
The various ski areas in The Three Valleys are very well sign-posted, so it’s easy to get around the resort. It’s always worth keeping a ski map in your pocket to help you plan exciting new routes and navigate the ski area –just make sure you give yourself enough time to find your way back to Courchevel 1850 before the lifts close. Some resort lifts close earlier than others, depending on weather and available lift operators, so check the Courchevel 1850 snow report for any updates. Daily lift updates and weather updates can also be found on information boards that are helpfully located throughout The Three Valleys resort.
Best non-skier activities in Courchevel 1850
Boutique shopping in Courchevel
There is a myriad of unique shops and ski boutiques in Courchevel 1850, as the luxe French ski resort has built a reputation as an excellent high-end shopping location. In Courchevel 1850 town centre you can find Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Prada, Moncler, L’Atelier and Emporio Armani, to name a few.
With over 40 designer and independent boutiques in the Courchevel ski area, guests can browse for exclusive items including designer ski wear, diamond jewellery, watches, and fine wines. You can also explore the authentic artisan food on offer, or pick up some traditional alpine souvenirs from local independent stores.
Winter activities for non-skiers in Courchevel
There is an abundance of non-ski activities in Courchevel 1850. For more hands-on winter activities away from the ski slopes, guests can enjoy dog sledging, tobogganing, snowshoeing, helicopter trips and walking trails. The Aquamotion water park, local cinema and Le Forum Courchevel 1850 (complete with a bowling alley, indoor climbing wall and ice rink) are perfect destinations for those visiting the resort with family or young children.
Luxury spa treatments in Courchevel 1850
Courchevel 1850 is the perfect ski resort for those looking to relax and unwind, with spa days and spa treatments readily available. Many hotels offer their bespoke spa facilities to non-hotel guests, offering experiences such as chocolate massages, saltwater caves, saunas, infinity pools and bespoke treatments.
Where to eat in Courchevel 1850
The restaurant scene in the Courchevel ski area is world-class. From friendly local slopeside bars to intimate restaurants crafting bespoke dishes to the highest standards, some Courchevel restaurants are world-renowned. Along with a selection of gourmet dining and traditional alpine restaurants in the town centre, Courchevel 1850 is equally famous for its sunny mountain restaurants.
Best mountain restaurants in Courchevel 1850
If you’re after a spot of lunch to break up the skiing day, what better way to rest your legs than on a sun-soaked terrace with a view of the Alps? The fantastic array of slopeside restaurants at 1850 means there’s something for every taste and budget. Whether you’re after a laid-back lunch with bar snacks and beer, or a fine dining experience with stunning mountain views, you can find it at Courchevel.
Read our list below of top recommended Courchevel 1850 restaurants for a mountain view below.
Bagatelle Courchevel (2,250 m)
Boasting a 360-degree panoramic view with breathtaking views of Mont Blanc, Bagatelle restaurant Courchevel 1850 forms part of the Bagatelle Bistro brand, with restaurant locations including London, Dubai, Doha, Miami, and St Tropez. Expect an indulgent, lovingly crafted menu, with prices to match. From delicious truffles to decadent lobster dishes and everything in between, diners can peruse an expansive menu that includes fresh fish, meat dishes, and artisan dishes.
De Laroche, Hôtel Courcheneige (1,900 m)
With some of the most spectacular views overlooking the mountains in La Vanoise, this perfectly situated mountainside restaurant is ideal for a light lunch or drinks in the sun. With relaxed, all-day dining, wood-fired pizzas, a reasonably priced menu and ski-in/ski-out access, De Laroche is a popular lunch spot, so we recommend stopping for a mid-morning drink if you want to avoid the crowds.
La Caves des Creux (2,112 m)
Perfectly located to offer sweeping 360-degree views of Mont Blanc and the Courchevel Valley, La Caves de Creux is situated at 2112 metres at the top of the Courchevel 1850 ski resort. Offering regional dishes and tasty alpine snacks, as well as Asian fusion cuisine, guests can admire the vista and soak up the sun on the outdoor terrace. With a fine wine list and unbeatable views, you can even start après early… we wouldn’t blame you!
La Pilatus (2,000 m)
Expect lots of authentic alpine charm and good quality French cuisine at La Pilatus. Since opening, this mountain restaurant has become a popular lunch spot thanks to its delicious meat dishes and traditional French favourites, such as cheese fondue and tartiflette. With alpine fixtures and furnishings and a traditional French menu, this restaurant is the ideal spot on sunny days; simply relax on a deckchair and soak in the sun! La Pilatus is the perfect mountain restaurant on cloudy days too thanks to the cosy interior design.
Le Cap Horn (2,100 m)
One of the most famous restaurants in Courchevel 1850, Le Cap Horn is heralded for its indulgent menu, specialising in luxury seafood and sushi. Guests can expect stunning mountain views from the large terrace, the perfect place to enjoy delicious cuisine in the sun. Perfect for a relaxed long lunch, this sunny mountain restaurant isn’t one to miss.
Michelin-star restaurants in Courchevel
Gourmet food and fine dining are abundant in Courchevel. Ever since the resort’s first visitors in the 60s and 70s, Courchevel’s restaurants have grown in popularity and reputation, offering exquisite dining experiences for guests with bespoke menus using the finest ingredients.
The Courchevel ski area is home to a staggering fourteen Michelin stars in total, shared between eight restaurants. From exquisite international cuisine and world-class gastronomy to locally sourced small plates and everything in between, Michelin-star chefs regularly curate unique dining experiences for guests.
Explore our complete list of Courchevel Michelin-star restaurants below.
Le 1947, Hotel Cheval Blanc - 3 Michelin Stars
Taking influences from contemporary cooking techniques, Le 1947 Courchevel is located in Hotel Cheval Blanc, and blends modern cooking techniques with locally sourced ingredients for a world-class dining experience. An open kitchen envelops diners with intimacy, with guests included in a creative process that celebrates all there is to love about established French cooking. Executive Chef Yannick Alléno experiments with playful seasonal innovations, and with concepts and fusions that create a uniquely innovative selection of dishes that are for guests to enjoy at their leisure.
Due to the limited number of diners for each evening, booking is highly recommended. You can contact Le 1947 by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Restaurant Le Chabichou - 2 Michelin Stars
Boasting two Michelin stars, diners can expect aesthetically stunning delights at Le Chabichou. Built on the fundamental principles of simplicity, Chef Stéphane Buron lets the flavours do the talking with a balanced, gourmet menu sympathetic to local flavours. Taking inspiration from the simplest ingredients, the seasonal menu reflects Stéphan’s passion for enhancing and intensifying good quality ingredients to create authentic, profoundly flavoursome delicious dishes. With each and every dish painstakingly showcasing Stéphan’s technical prowess, diners can discover a world-class menu surrounded by elegant, contemporary decor that subtly reflects the four seasons.
To enquire or make a reservation, get in touch online or ring +33 4 78 17 50 94 to book directly.
Le Sarkara, Le K2 Palace - 2 Michelin Stars
With a panoramic view of the mountains and Courchevel Valley, Le Sarkara in Le K2 Palace Hote specialises in sweet flavours and showstopping creations that inspire and delight. With superlative flavours that take you on a journey of discovery, Le Sarkara’s unique menu is a culinary triumph that champions all things sweet, with stunning flavour combinations and thrilling originality. Expect tantalising flavour combinations and out-of-this-world presentation from master pastry chef Sébastian Vauxion.
Contact Le Sarkara at +33 4 79 40 08 80 or find more information here.
Le Montgomerie, K2 Altitude - 2 Michelin Stars
Situated within the Hotel Le K2 Altitude, Executive Chef Pieter Reidijk creates world-class cuisine that takes its influences from the traditional flavours of the Rhone-Alpes region. Guests can expect an exquisite dining experience as Pieter blends artisanal craft with talent, passion and flair, with stunning results. Incorporating creative techniques and unique flavour combinations, diners at Le Montgomerie can relax in the cosy surroundings of this chalet-style restaurant, complete with views of the surrounding peaks and pistes.
You can find out more about Le Hotel K2 here or make a reservation at Le Montgomerie at +33 (0) 4 79 01 46 46 or by email at email@example.com.
Baumanière, Le Strato Hotel - 1 Michelin Star
Situated in Le Strato Hotel Courchevel 1850, enjoy the winter flavours and sympathetically curated menu of Baumanière 1850. Executive Chef Thomas Prod’Homme uses local ingredients to bring his innovative dishes to life, with ambition and creative flair. The epitome of alpine luxury, enjoy the delights of Baumanière on the sun-soaked south-facing terrace, with glorious views and a menu to match.
You can contact +33 4 79 41 51 60 or get in touch online to find out more about booking a reservation.
Le Farcon - 1 Michelin Star
With dishes designed to perfection expect a stunning array of colourful, aesthetic delight at Le Farcon. Located in La Tania in Courchevel and nestled amongst the trees, Chef Julien Machet’s inspired menu is nostalgic and crafted with love. With seasonal vegetables and complementary flavours, take fine dining to new heights at this 1,400 m altitude restaurant. Complete with a terrace and a unique wine list, Le Falcon will not disappoint.
Book a table online or call +33 4 79 08 80 34 for more information.
Restaurant Les Sylvestre - Les Grandes Alpes - 1 Michelin Star
With an exclusive setting and a limited number of diners, expect a fine dining experience with stunning signature dishes from chef Sylvestre Wahid. Taking creative inspiration from previous ventures with seafood, Wahid blends much-loved flavours with luxury produce for a sublime tasting menu. With perfect execution and expert knowledge, Chef Wahid combines his ingredients with care, creating world-class flavours that enrich your palette and take you on a culinary journey.
Where to stay in Courchevel 1850
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The best luxury ski chalets in Courchevel 1850
Chalet Les Bruxellois (Sleeps 10 plus four children)
Chalet Bruxellois is the definition of a ski-in/ski-out luxury chalet, located only 50 metres from the piste. This gorgeously appointed and sympathetically designed chalet blends contemporary design and rustic charm, creating the most perfect place to call home on your luxury ski holiday. Complete with double-height windows, guests can drink in the staggering views in the light and spacious living areas, enjoying a glass of wine from the private wine cellar. The bar and games room is ideal for a chilled night in, and the luxury spa - complete with an indoor swimming pool - is the perfect place to unwind and relax after a hard day’s skiing. The mountain views from this chalet are in a class of their own, and the fantastic central location means you are a whisker away from Courchevel 1850 town centre. A mere 10 minutes away from the Altiport, Chalet Les Bruxellois defines laid-back luxury.
Chalet Pearl (Sleeps 14)
With incredible views that span Courchevel 1850, this luxury ski chalet can accommodate 14, with amenities that are as tempting as the slopes. The luxe decor and private bar add a truly exclusive feel, with plush furnishings and contemporary design making this the perfect ski chalet for socialising. With expansive windows enabling guests to enjoy the staggering panoramic vistas, Chalet Pearl blends traditional design with contemporary features to a fantastic effect. If the resplendent mountain views weren't enough, this chalet is complete with a private gym and a generously sized indoor swimming pool. The exceptional spa and fitness area, complete with a cascading waterfall and poolside sofas, makes this one of the most popular luxury chalets in Courchevel 1850.
Chalet Le Namaste (Sleeps 10 plus four children)
This stunningly appointed luxury chalet is nestled in the heart of Courchevel 1850. With ski-in/ski-out access, Chalet Le Namaste is the perfect ski chalet for large groups thanks to the expansive dining facilities and sprawling living areas. A stunning south-facing terrace offers panoramic vistas, and an expansive spa area can cater for every guest’s need. With contemporary living areas, an open fireplace and a comprehensive entertainment system, guests of Chalet le Namaste can expect all the amenities for a luxury ski holiday in the heart of the Alps.
Chalet Ormello (Sleeps 15)
With stunning features including a rustic kitchen and a private bar, Chalet Ormello proves popular with skiers visiting Courchevel 1850 and with good reason. With plenty of plush sofas and chill-out areas, this chalet sleeps up to 15 people, with an extensive spa area and stunning pool and a private cinema. Perfect for entertaining and socialising, Chalet Ormello is also perfectly positioned, with the pistes only a 40-metre walk away. Nestled amongst the trees, Ormello is a slice of alpine luxury, the perfect place to relax and unwind after a long day exploring the slopes.
Chalet Alaska (Sleeps 12, including a family room)
With an expansive south-facing terrace to catch the rays, Chalet Alaska evokes traditional alpine design with plenty of contemporary touches. Featuring stunning, floor-to-ceiling windows, a well-appointed kitchen and exposed wooden beams, this Courchevel 1850 chalet also features an indoor swimming pool and sauna. Situated mere minutes away from the piste, skiers can take in the views of La Saulire as the sun goes down, with vin chaud in hand. With an additional, separate living area located on the mezzanine, both adults and children can have their own space, making Chalet Ormello a great choice for large family groups. With the neighbouring Chalet Anchorage also available to rent, guests can enjoy the two spaces at their leisure.
The best luxury ski hotels in Courchevel 1850
This chalet-style ski-in/ski-out hotel has a fantastic location, situated at the top of Courchevel 1850 resort. With plenty of facilities to enjoy off the slopes, the stunning outdoor terrace is the perfect place to catch some early afternoon sun. Ideal for families and groups of all shapes and sizes, this popular ski hotel offers connecting rooms, deluxe suites and twin rooms.
Guests can relax their muscles after a hard day on the slopes and make use of this ski hotel’s deluxe and newly renovated spa, offering bespoke treatments to indulge and delight. The stunning interior design evokes a traditional chalet feel, and easy slopeside access is perfect for early morning starts on bluebird days.
With stunning alpine features and a cosy exclusive feel, this luxury ski hotel is a good choice for a relaxing stay. Hotel Des Trois Vallees is an ideal hotel for a laid-back ski holiday, thanks to its peaceful location with a limited number of rooms and suites (31 in total). The open fireplace and cosy lounge bar give this hotel a homely feel, with a wellness area offering bespoke treatments. Featuring a convenient on-site ski shop and ski-in/ski-out access, this luxury ski hotel remains a popular choice for family ski holidays and adult groups year after year
Known for its world-class dining and stunning interior decor, Hotel Le K2 Palace is the crown jewel of our Courchevel 1850 hotel collection. Having undergone extensive refurbishment in recent years, the facilities at this 5-star ski hotel are unsurpassed. From a private cinema to air hockey, arcade games and a swimming pool, K2 1850 prides itself on prioritising guest experience and wellness. With innovative spa treatments, a world-class fitness centre and Michelin-star restaurants, Le K2 Palace Courchevel offers everything you could possibly need for a luxury ski holiday in the Alps.
An iconic ski hotel with distinctive decor and exceptional amenities, Hotel Le Chabichou is the epitome of luxury. With a Two Michelin-star restaurant on site, ski-in/ski-out access and newly renovated suites, this stunningly appointed ski hotel is a world-class choice for your luxury ski holiday. Guests can enjoy the delights of the on-site bakery, wellness centre and hair salon, with a private terrace ideal for some afternoon sun. With a dedicated kids club and convenient central location, everything is taken care of at Chabichou Courchevel, enabling guests to sit back, relax and enjoy the splendours of this luxury hotel.
For guests looking for a luxury place to stay in Courchevel 1850, Hotel Le Lana tops many lists. Thanks to its unique take on facilities, this ski hotel caters for all ski holiday types, families and groups. With exclusive suites and apartments available for a truly private place to call your own, to individual guest rooms with traditional decor and a mountain view to match, Hotel Le Lana has it all. With a staggering amount of choice, this popular ski hotel is complete with ultra-convenient ski-in/ski-out access and a myriad of on-site facilities. The spa and wellness centre, smoking lounge, gourmet restaurants and bars, and world-class children’s club reflect the prestige of this luxury hotel. Catering for every possible need directly on-site, skiers can access the slopes with ease, with the bustling Courchevel town centre a whisker away.