Perched in a prime ski-in, ski-out position at the top of Courchevel 1850’s Jardin Alpin, this masterpiece of the Oetker Collection sets new standards in individualism and outright luxury. The Courchevel hotel features contemporary rooms with under floor heating that runs right through to the balconies; bespoke furnishings and deluxe Fior di Bosco marble bathrooms with designer showers, deep-soaking tubs and Bamford organic amenities complete each room. The family-friendly design features interconnecting rooms and supervised children’s clubs making the 5 star hotel a firm favourite for your next family ski holiday. Parents can hit the slopes whilst your little ones enjoy the kids’ club – the Mini VIP 1850 for four to ten year olds and the Free Style 1850 for teenagers, complete with glittering dance floor. Executive Chef, Jean-Luc Lefrançois offers a dual dining experience at Le Comptoir de L’Apogée, where French brasserie-style cuisine is complemented by a Japanese counter and an impressive fromagerie. With a warm, comfortable ambience, the Koori restaurant welcomes guests with exquisite French-Japanese fusion dishes. An exceptional spa with indoor pool offers La Prairie treatments. For further relaxation unwind in Le Bar de L’Apogée or the sophisticated Cigar Lounge. The concierge can arrange snow sports such as dog sledding and tobogganing.
Prices are per person and include flights and 7 nights accommodation with half board. Room upgrades available.Make an Enquiry
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.
|Altitude of resorts||1650m – 2300m|
|Highest skiing point||3230m|
|Total pistes length||600km|
|Number of lifts||173|
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.
Beginners: **** | Intermediates: ***** | Advanced: **** | Families: **** | Non-skiers: **
Savour the finer things in life at the exclusive Cigar Lounge; aficionadas will love the choice between hand rolled, box pressed and gently aged. Pair some of the world's best cigars with prestigious vintages whilst you sink into the deeply relaxing sofas and watch the wood crackle in the fireplace.
Complementing the rareified atmosphere of the pristine Alpine slopes, a tranquil spa complete with a subterranean pool, aromatherapy steam room, sauna and salt sauna will help you unwind after a day on the slopes. In the salt sauna participate in halotherapy, a treatment with salt; renowned for its healing benefits allowing you to breathe deeply and fully rejuvenate.
For those travelling as a pair, whether that be partners, mother and daughter or friends, the duo spa cabin with Bania sauna and cold plunge pool is designed for sharing a therapeutic experience together. This offer is available from 14 December 2018 - 07 April 2019; please contact our reservations team for full inclusions and pricing.
The best time to visit The Three Valleys is in the winter months. Take advantage of cheap 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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