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Courchevel, France / Six Senses Residences Courchevel

Rubbing shoulders with the likes of Chanel and Louis Vuitton in the centre of Courchevel’s 1850, the area’s usual extravagance makes way for low-key comfort in these quite literal homes-away-from-home.

Bidding farewell to ski equipment on arrival (that’s seen again later in the property’s exclusive ski lodge at the bottom of the lifts), it’s clear these apartments – decked out in mellow alpine block-check throws and sustainably sourced timber – aren’t like anywhere else in Courchevel. Not quite a hotel, but far from a chalet, the Six Senses Residences are ones for like-minded fellows and families who share the same ideals of independence. Where the foodie friend can be let loose in a state-of-the-art kitchen and the temperamental teen doesn’t have to suffer the frills of formality. But don’t let the self-catering-concern set in, because it wouldn’t live up to the brand name if their reputable hospitality was unseen. There’s still daily housekeeping, a 24/7 concierge, and (when that foodie friend has burnt one dish too many) a private chef and butlers on hand for those annual catchup soirees in the lounge-turned-social-space.

Although there’s a shuttle service to La Croisette, we’re not kidding when we say it’s possible to practically roll out of bed and reach the slopes and shops in minutes. So, if a change from the on-site restaurant – renowned Japanese joint Sumosan – is required (doubtful but we like options), there’s not far to wander for a sharing fondue frenzy or après-ski antics.

Travel notes:

  • 31 apartments with two to five bedrooms
  • The Six Senses Spa houses an alchemy bar and 5 treatment rooms, alongside a juice bar and mixologist
  • There’s complimentary sheltered parking and Valet service for those self-drive sojourns, which is a rarity around these parts
  • Dining options are aplenty with on-site self-catering, Japanese restaurant Sumosan and continental breakfast room service for a chilled out morning at ease; while dining out options are an easy walk away
  • A concierge for all needs from ski hire and reservations to private boutique viewings and non-ski activity organising
  • Built for larger getaways, it’s groups of four and above who make the most of this cost effective option

from £3,285pp

Price is per person including flights and 7 nights accommodation with breakfast. Based on 4 people sharing.

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Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. Low season is generally from the start of the ski season to mid-December and towards the end of the ski season in April, high season tends to be mid-January to mid-February and mid-March to early April. Peak season is over the Festive period and at February half term. Prices are based on two sharing (unless otherwise stated) and include return economy flights from London. Regional departures, transfers and single supplements are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.

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The Three Valleys, France /Resort Guide

Statistics

Altitude of resorts 1650m – 2300m
Highest skiing point 3230m
Total pistes length 600km
Number of lifts 173
Green runs 16%
Blue runs 40%
Red runs 34%
Black runs 10%

Snowfall

The high altitude of the ski area, along with the regular, ongoing investments in cultured snow production means The Three Valleys area is able to guarantee snow cover from the beginning of December until the end of April across the entire ski area.

Recommended for

Beginners: **** | Intermediates: ***** | Advanced: **** | Families: **** | Non-skiers: **

When is the best time to visit The Three Valleys, France?

The best time to visit The Three Valleys is in the winter months. Take advantage of savings on lift passes and empty slopes before the Christmas rush. The festive season makes for a magical winter holiday and an unforgettable Christmas and New Year, whilst January offers quiet slopes, perfect snow conditions and great offers on luxury chalets. The Three Valleys snow report suggests the deepest average snow levels coincide with February half term, making this the perfect time to for your winter family holiday. Longer days in March and April offer plenty of spring sunshine; enjoy lunch or après-ski on one of the Three Valleys' many sun terraces.

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