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Newcomers for 2023/24 season

Unveiling all that’s exciting in the world of luxury ski, our portfolio sees the addition of the hottest hotels on our radar for the upcoming ski season. Discover the places to stay for your next winter wonderland adventure.

Le K2 Chogori

Embracing refinement at their latest snow-sure destination, the Capezzone family’s tell-tale Himalayan style has taken an exclusive twist; branching out from sister hotels in Courchevel, Le K2 Chogori hosts the only Peruvian restaurant beside the slopes of Val d’Isere. The Capezzones share more in common with Le K2 Chogori than just its warm hospitality. Having tied the knot in Val d’Isere’s Old Town a stone’s throw away, they also share a part of their own history. The hotel’s fairy-tale setting is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to...

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Le Coucou

Ruffling feathers in quintessential Méribel, Le Coucou sits right on the slopes, yet its design is stylishly off-piste, placing it firmly on the radar of fashion-conscious families seeking a playfully stripped-back alpine retreat. They say what goes up must come down, but having your head in the clouds is part and parcel of the lifestyle here. Perched atop Méribel resort, the hotel cultivates what it really means to live like a local, mirroring the alpine coucou bird with breathtaking bird’s-eye views of the landscape. Nesting chalet-style on ...

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Le Kaila

Home to its only Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Kaila’s cutting edge cuisine steals the spotlight in central Méribel; topped off with ski-in ski-out access and sophisticated styling, here, everything really is right on the doorstep.   Nestled seamlessly between its neighbours, Le Kaila’s familiar façade of alpine wood and stone lets its prime location do the talking. By day, you’re a short ski from the slopes. And the hotel is perfectly placed on Méribel main street, lined with enough bars and restaurants to tickle your tastebuds on an eveni...

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M Lodge

Keeping a low profile, the little-known village of St Martin de Belleville is a quiet retreat away from the rush of the après-ski world; an unfrequented winter wonderland savoured by lovers of authentic French charm. Hidden beyond the bright lights of Val Thorens and the glitz of Courchevel, it’s hard to fathom that M Lodge is the first and only five-star hotel to grace the streets of St Martin de Belleville. Especially when this petite Savoyard village showcases the best of both worlds; charming provincial scenery with the ski lifts at the ga...

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Le Fitz Roy

Framing history in the heart of Val Thorens, Le Fitz Roy Hotel stands on the shoulders of adventurers gone by; granting thrill-seekers direct access to the slopes, while seasoned mountaineers unwind in elegantly understated surroundings. Turn back the clock to a simpler time at Le Fitz Roy – from the modern-day excitement of taking to the slopes to the days of intrepid winter explorers past in a matter of moments. Vintage to a T, the rooms are styled with effortless class, each characterised by a unique piece of local history adorning the wall...

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Built around a traditional village bakery, Armancette sits at the heart of Saint Nicolas de Véroce in the foothills of Mont Blanc; a get-away-from-it-all winter retreat boasting captivating alpine scenery. Become immersed in this idyllic setting where you really can have your cake and eat it too. Escaping to Saint Nicolas de Véroce means more than chasing thrills across the alpine pistes; taking advantage of the vast Evasion Mont-Blanc ski area is just one way to pass the time. Here, winter isn’t just a season, it’s a lifestyle. Steeped in ch...

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Crans Ambassador

Immersed in the grandeur of the great outdoors, indulge in understated luxury at Crans Ambassador, where sleek interiors place sublime mountain views centre stage. Casting a warm glow over the snow-capped mountains, golden hour floods the terrace at Crans Ambassador, where evenings are spent gathered around the fire and watching the sun dip below the horizon. Blurring the boundary between inside comforts and the spectacular landscape just outside, spellbinding vistas are a striking feature throughout, tempting guests to emerge from the warmth ...

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Pas de l’Ours

One of the first hotels to grace the Crans-Montana resort, over a century of hospitality has taught this family-owned chaletesque den how to keep a good table.  There’s always a sense of familiarity with independent boutiques, but at Pas de l’Ours the warm kindred embrace is palpable. Formally a rehabilitation centre for war veterans, they’re well versed in the art of making guests feel at home. Cosy rooms of chalet-mod character greet with timber and stone softened by blankets and dancing fireplaces, and hidden passages and stairs end in nook...

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Six Senses Crans-Montana

Soaking in the year-round sun at its prime location in Crans-Montana sits Six Senses’ Swiss enclave; ski-in/ski-out access and state-of-the-art relaxation encourage all thrill-seekers to gear up for the tracks that truly matter. Crans-Montana can be somewhat unjustly overlooked. But with Six Senses opening their second ever resort on the slopes, you’d be wrong to ignore just how much it has to offer. This is an institution with a keen intuition for incredible locations. A ski-in ski-out position gives easy access to chills and thrills, just fi...

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