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Cheval Blanc Courchevel – French Alps, France
Jewel of the French Alps, Courchevel 1850 is one of the most prized ski stations. The ideal location provides access to the largest ski domain in the world, the Trois Vallées, which spans to cover nearly 600 kilometres of slopes.
Since its creation, Cheval Blanc Courchevel – French Alps, France has established itself as an exceptional retreat at the summit, flirting with the snowy peaks. Space, pleasure and comfort come together beyond the mountain tops.
A crossroad of altitudes, not far from Mont Blanc, Courchevel is rewarded with an exceptional quality of snow. The Trois Vallées domain offers a multitude of peaks, paths and trails to delight skiers of every level.
At the heart of the French Alps in the prestigious Jardin Alpin, Cheval Blanc Courchevel is an inviting and intimate Maison to surrender oneself and gather with others. In a truly contemporary spirit, a high-altitude stay is reinterpreted with boldness and modernity.
Revisiting the preconceived notions of mountain design with bold colours and a collection of original works of art, architects from Atelier COS and Sybille de Margerie highlight the unique personality of each space throughout the Maison.
The sophistication and sensuality of precious materials – cashmere, fur, leather – play softly with the elegant contrasts of steel, bronze and brushed brass. This reflects Cheval Blanc’s vision of hospitality: made to measure.
The thirty-six rooms and suites of Cheval Blanc Courchevel offer the comfort of a residence crafted with a careful eye for detail.
Conceived in a warm and contemporary spirit, each room embodies a unique personality. For Cheval Blanc Courchevel, architect Sybille de Margerie worked with a bold colour palette in five inviting and enveloping pairings.
Combining elegance, charm and singularity, the suites reveal a cosy universe punctuated by precious materials and bespoke furniture.
Each suite features a unique element of décor that highlights their individuality. A floatation bath that instills a sense of weightlessness, an authentic sauna to rejuvenate the body after a day out on the slopes, and a vast living area to enjoy a dinner in complete intimacy each punctuate a stay filled with remarkable experiences.
Entirely renovated, the Chalet spans 315 sqm over four floors, each accessible by lift. With dedicated private access, the Chalet offers a truly exclusive mountain living experience.
Sybille de Margerie cleverly combines traditional mountain materials and original works of art to offer holiday-seeking families and friends an exceptionally contemporary retreat at the base of the slopes.
A confidential refuge located on the top two floors of the Maison, the Apartment offers a stunning view of Courchevel.
This exquisite hideaway of sprawling size spans over 650 sqm. The fourth floor houses three bedrooms as well as a triple reception room with a grand piano, dining room, bar and private kitchen.
The restaurants offered throughout the ski resort celebrate diversity. Numerous après-ski activities and a nightlife illuminated by a festive ambiance give Courchevel 1850 its celebrated international appeal.
Le 1947 derives its name from the most prestigious vintage of Château Cheval Blanc and provides the perfect stage for the striking culinary art of chef Yannick Alléno.
The only restaurant in Courchevel with three Michelin stars, Le 1947 presents an unforgettable gastronomic experience. In complete intimacy, the restaurant welcomes a limited number of guests per night to orchestrate a full culinary immersion whilst looking after the smallest details.
The sensual and enveloping decor conceived by Sybille de Margerie opens the core of the kitchen onto the dining room. Sleek and intimate, Le 1947 centers around a striking perforated Corian sphere, a behind-the-scenes invitation to discover the chef’s secrets.
With finesse and creativity, the multi-starred chef surpasses the norm and creates unprecedented culinary adventures for Cheval Blanc’s signature gastronomic restaurant. Each season holds new delights and surprises, showcasing the quintessence of the ingredients chosen for their exceptional quality.
WELLNESS & SPA
The Cheval Blanc Spa invites guests to embark upon an unparalleled sensorial journey that pampers the body and mind – a true immersion into Guerlain’s world of beauty and well-being.
For moments of indulgence and relaxation amidst the heart of winter, every season, the Cheval Blanc Spa introduces sophisticated rituals and ever-more effective treatments to further enhance an alpine getaway.
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Les Trois Vallées, French Alps, France
This is the big one you’ve heard all about: vast, fast and a contender for largest ski area in the world. It’s impossible to tire of all this terrain: depending on how it’s reckoned, there are more than 600km of pistes and 180 lifts linking eight resorts and three parallel valleys. Among these are Val Thorens, Europe’s highest at a heady 2300m; wealthy and ever-so-British Méribel (elevation 1450m), founded by Scotsman Colonel Peter Lindsay in 1938; and playground of the super-rich Courchevel, which stretches over three purpose-built resorts at 1550m, 1650m and 1850m and is a fave of the Moët-at-five brigade and ultra-wealthy Russians. In between are a number of lesser-known Alpine villages – Le Praz (Courchevel-Le Praz; 1300m), St-Martin de Belleville (1450m) and très anglais La Tania (1400m); all are linked by speedy lifts to higher-elevation slopes.
French Alps, France
In summer, all this can be explored on foot, or by bicycle, kayak or car. Then the return of the snow each year brings some of Europe’s finest skiing: impossibly fast black runs and world-class off-piste routes, of course, but also plenty of fun for those just finding their feet. And, in the lush lowlands and stately medieval cities, you’ll discover the rich culture, food and history of the folk who made these mountains home.