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Grahame Butterworth
Posted: 14/02/17
Great Place
Overall rating: 4 stars
Grahame Butterworth
Visited: February 2017

This is about the fifth year and 10th visit to the area which says a lot. It has two or three different locations identified by height.1850 is the best and most expensive. It has some wonderful runs and gets the very best treatment of the piste to ensure good conditions whatever the weather. Initially snow cover quite bare but from 1850 was fine. But further afield - eg into 1650 and over to La Tania, some difficult conditions in thin and at times almost no snow.

No doubt I will return to this great place.

Slopes:
4 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
4 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Robert Brittain
Posted: 22/01/17
Le Praz
Overall rating: 3 stars
Robert Brittain
Visited: January 2017

Great week. Superb skiing. Too many Three Valleys lifts closed.

Slopes:
3 stars
Accommodation:
1 star
Eating:
1 star
Value for money:
2 stars
Laura Gatehouse
Posted: 03/11/16
so much skiing!
Overall rating: 5 stars
Laura Gatehouse
Visited: March 2016

I have been to 3 Vallees 3 times now and the last two times stayed in Le Praz 1300, once in Val Thorens. I do find the snow quality on the Courcheval side better - we skied over to the fourth valley and back in one day so had a very good range of slopes in all areas to try on the same same day. The snow holds up better through the day in Courch. It can get slushy in Meribel when skiing down to the main lift area. Val Thorens can be a bit exposed in places.

Le Praz is a good option for more affordable everything and it is a charming little village to wander around with a few restaurants and bars. Much quieter Apres scene however so dont stay there if you want crazy bars and clubs till 3 am. We usually go to the sports bar where they have a good band on some nights and le Caves for a quieter glass of wine. The drop-inn - a favourite with the seasonaires does a quiz night and very cheap drinks. If you win a round of questions you get free shots!

I cant comment on staying in the other Courchevel resorts but food is expensive in 1850. The mountain restaurants in the 3 vallees are great and we have been lucky to sample a fair few!

Overall you cant beat the 3 vallees for extent and very keen and fast skiers will appreciate the variety on offer.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
4 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Steve Bellew
Posted: 07/03/16
Piste signs
Overall rating: 5 stars
Steve Bellew
Visited: February 2016

I have been to the 3 valleys many times, I find it a marvellous ski area.
I just wish they would encourage people to make use of all 6 seats on a 6 seater chair, so many chairs go up with empty seats, not a problem in quite times.
Also, the piste signage leavers a lot to be desired, you need to know the order of villages in order to find your way back & the signs cannot all be seen when you get of the chair. Still going again in 2017.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
4 stars
Value for money:
5 stars
Grahame Butterworth
Posted: 14/02/16
Wonderful ski-ing
Overall rating: 4 stars
Grahame Butterworth
Visited: February 2016

As ever wonderful ski-ing across a vast range of runs and plenty of snow. Well signed and looked after very well each night. Spoilt for choice. You pay more to be here but it is worth it.

Things to watch out for: - flying into Chambery can be a nightmare because of regular fog. Lyon much better.

Hotels can be very expensive so check carefully. My 'finest' hotel turned out to be well located and great food but the rest was rubbish!

1850 is prime place but full of shops selling ultimate designer brands for Russians who are now missing from area

Try to get hotel ski in/out. Some require a good walk uphill on hard pavements.

Some great places to drop into for coffee and pastries. Drink and chips at some mountain places bit expensive but good sunbathing

If the going gets soft down low then always firmer stuff higher up and easy access.

Enjoy!

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
3 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
2 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Allan Cuthbert
Posted: 07/02/16
Altitude is everything
Overall rating: 4 stars
Allan Cuthbert
Visited: January 2016

Skiing great as ever, even in a thin snow year. Favourite café has become yet another designer jewellers! It is easier to buy a huge diamond than a sandwich in 1850 (assuming the £££s are available).
You don't go there on a tight budget but the skiing is great and expansive.

Travelled via Chambery for the first time. Lovely short transfer time but horrendous on the way home. 3+ hour delay due to very small airport trying to cope with too much traffic. Won't do that again.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
3 stars
Value for money:
3 stars
Stuart Mclaughlin
Posted: 12/04/15
Three Valleys at Easter
Overall rating: 5 stars
Stuart Mclaughlin
Visited: March 2015

We had a fantastic week in the Three valleys - so much skiing available. We started with spring conditions but there was still enough good skiing, even in the afternoon, if you kept high. Later in the week the temperature dropped and the whole area was fantastic. Very easy to get across to Meribel and VT. we've now been there 4 times in recent years and still find new pistes to explore.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
4 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Mike Pearson
Posted: 29/12/14
mike pearson
Overall rating: 4 stars
Mike Pearson
Visited: December 2014

The week before our trip scheduled for 14th December we were looking at the web cams every day waiting for the green hills to turn white. Eventually there was a modest fall of snow and the weather turned cold enough for the cannons to do their stuff, but as we took off from Birmingham on the EJ flight to Geneva we could see that only about 25% of the runs in the 3-valleys were open - an almost unprecedented situation even at this early part of the season. We were on a holiday (returning for the third time) with Skivo2 a small British company that have several comfortable chalets in the Le Praz village and provide inclusive top-class tuition as part of there offering, and despite all our concerns we found that there was still plenty of skiing to be had... All-in-all we had a great time and furthered out skiing abilities and will almost certainly be booking again next year for the same week if commitments allow. I could not recommend it too highly - an excellent job by the Skivo team and the Courchevel pisteurs in difficult circumstances!

Slopes:
4 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
3 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
John Simpson
Posted: 28/04/14
title of what?
Overall rating: 5 stars
John Simpson
Visited: April 2014

Great to see Gen again - must be at least six years in a row and is definitely a factor in my return to the three valleys each spring. Hope to see her again in 2015.

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
5 stars
Apres:
5 stars
Value for money:
5 stars
Chris Bartlett
Posted: 13/04/14
A very large resort
Overall rating: 5 stars
Chris Bartlett
Visited: April 2014

A very extensive resort which can get busy in places. We skied over from Val Thorens and used the Pas Du Lac telecabin. Incidentally the red back to Meribel Mottaret that follows this lift gets very cut up by the end of the day.
The Jean Pachod red is just amazing and fairly quiet. We had lunch in the snack cabin attached to the Bel Air restaurant, next to the red of the same name. I highly recommend this snack bar. The runs over by Courcheval Moriond are fairly quiet and very good though the fun park is awful. For a real fun park head to Meribel along side the Chatelet chair lift.
From Courcheval 1650 you need to leave a couple of hours to get back to Val Thorens.

Slopes:
5 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Kirsty Beckwith
Posted: 06/04/14
Courchevel 1650 spring skin..lovely!
Overall rating: 5 stars
Kirsty Beckwith
Visited: April 2014

Just got back from a Weeks skiing in courchevel 1650. We stayed in chalet chanrosa through ski line/inghams. Chalet was a lovely size for 7 of us and the chalet host was the most amazing cook ever! 2 bedrooms down stairs each with en suit shower and shared toilet...2 bedrooms on top floor with 1 en suite toilet and shower and the other with a separate shower. Wasa. Lovely apartment. Anyway...the best way to get about in 1650 in terms of skiing....get a ski locker...not many apartments are ski in ski out....so get a locker...it has to be done and was brilliant. Best way out of village is on ariondaz cable car ..then off u go. Skiing back is a Bit tricky, more time consuming than anything not awful just a bit slow.....lovely area to ski and thoroughly enjoyed it. Best place to drink and be...Fire and Ice in 1650... Fire Pitt, furry blankets and awesome hot chocolate..and order a drink just after 4.30pm and get free slice of pizza...lovely pizza....did the snowmobiling...so so so much fun....wanted to do it again...went to 1850 and quite liked it, bit showy but it was beautiful after dark. We would without any doubt go back to the three valleys..maybe more inclined to stay in meribel or maybe menuires so but more in the center..would def go with skiline as very very helpful. If you want to know any more please ask me......

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
3 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Claire Munday
Posted: 05/03/14
Great skiing, nightmare prices
Overall rating: 5 stars
Claire Munday
Visited: March 2013

I always go to Courchevel 1850 for one of my yearly ski trips. Can't deny the quantity and quality of the slopes and the ease in which you can get to all levels of Courchevel, Meribel, Val Thoren, Les Menuires and Reberty. It snowed for 4 nights, so the powder skiing was lush!

However, don't expect to be able to eat or drink cheaply in 1850. The food and drink are overpriced and aimed at the Russians, who obviously don't mind paying 30 euros for a plate of salad!. Do however, ski down into the lower resorts, where the prices are reasonable and the staff are more polite!

For apres ski, miss out 1850 altogether. One of the groups in my hotel, spent 300 euros on a round of drinks. Ouch!! Go down on the gondolas or shuttle buses into 1650, 1550 and 1300. But remember, don't miss the bus back, unless you want a very expensive taxi ride!

Keep an eye out for the paparazzi. Apparently Leonardo Dicaprio and the Middletons were in town this week.

Will I go back?? Of course, when you've got to ski, you need to go to courch!

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
1 star
Apres:
1 star
Value for money:
3 stars
Mike King
Posted: 25/01/14
Great ski area but avoid eating and drinking in 1850
Overall rating: 3 stars
Mike King
Visited: January 2014

We stayed in La Tania and had a full area lift pass, easier to get any part of three valleys from La Tania. Grooming not up to standards of previous years and maybe it was because the previous week they worked so hard to satisfy the Russian's, I don't know for sure but I have my suspicions that 1850 is going after that market. Avoid buying any food or drink in 1850, it's overpriced and served in plastic cups from the outside part of the restaurant, then if you get cold they won't let you take your drink inside. A bit cheaper in 1650 and La Tania but the best was Val Thorens much cheaper, lovely china mugs and great service at the best looking hotel in that resort. The two stars in Eating are for the resort of 1850, our chalet was fantastic. The two stars in value for money are because of the inflated prices and the poor grooming when we pay so much for our lift passes.
We don't do Apres any more, we are just there for the skiing.
We stayed with The Freeride Republic and were very well looked after by our chalet hosts and Ralph, We cannot praise them enough for a great holiday, shame the resort is going downhill as far as we are concerned.
Mike and Lynda King.

Slopes:
3 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
2 stars
Value for money:
2 stars
Marco Roginski
Posted: 01/01/14
First experience of the three valley area
Overall rating: 4 stars
Marco Roginski
Visited: December 2013

Arranged to ski with an old buddy after too many years. Accommodation was in La Praz in a chalet through Silverski. Chalet was lovely, food was good and access to two gondolas was good.
A vast ski area. I was, however, somewhat disappointed with the grooming of the slopes. There had been a good snowfall on the Wednesday and it was Friday night before any extensive grooming was done. The quality of the slopes had been rated high by many before me, maybe I have been spoilt with the Italian way in the last ten years. Shame really, because it did mean that the snow had been scraped and blown away by the Saturday in some areas. Some great runs and the sun did shine on the Friday and Saturday. Saturday was great as many companies transfer on the Saturday so there were no queues to speak of.
Will use Silverski again, will also give the three valleys another go.

Slopes:
3 stars
Accommodation:
4 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
4 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Peter Stewart
Posted: 07/08/12
The Billionaires Playground ?
Overall rating: 5 stars
Peter Stewart
Visited: December 2011

Having lived and worked in Courchevel 1850, I certainly understand why it has a reputation of being a resort for the super-wealthy…However I would hasten to add that one does not have to be super-wealthy in order to have an amazing time there.

Firstly with this reputation, the emphasis tends to move away from the fantastic range of skiing available; the largest of the three valleys, Courchevel offers wide and perfectly groomed pistes suited to all abilities without the frustratingly long queues typically associated with the busier resorts. My favourite runs include Creux and Combe de la Saulire.

For Après, 1850 has little to no scene… but both 1650 and La Tania, both accessible by the free shuttle bus, have regular live music. You also have the option of a brief après in both Meribel and Val Thorens at either Le Rond-Point (AKA the Ronnie) or La Folie Douce… however you must be sure to leave enough time to catch the connecting lifts back to Courchevel, or risk a rather expensive taxi ride as no bus service runs between these resorts!

For nightlife, 1850 has two very exclusive nightclubs; Les Caves and La Grange. Both are pretty expensive, with famous live acts during the busier weeks (Sean Paul and Fatman Scoop played at Les Caves last year!). For a more cheap and cheerful night, Courchevel 1650, a short bus or taxi ride away, has a range of lively clubs and bars (I recommend Bubble Bar and La Boulotte).

Overall, I highly recommend Courchevel as having some of the best skiing in the French Alps, with some decent options for bars and clubs. However if this is the most important consideration for you when choosing a ski resort, perhaps Val Thorens or Val D’Isere are more suitable!

Slopes:
5 stars
Accommodation:
5 stars
Eating:
4 stars
Apres:
2 stars
Value for money:
4 stars
Courchevel
Courchevel
Graham Coates
Posted: 09/03/08
Courchevel review
Graham Coates

Fantastic resort with an abundance of skiing, 'apres' is quiet and fairly expensive though in 1850 - choose pubs carefully (Bar Le Jump in 1850 was reasonable in comparison to the rest of the resort at 13 Euro for 2 large Kronenburg).

Best runs for me are on the 1650 side, the Meribel side is not a touch on Courchevel and the lift stations in the town get very busy.

We stayed for one week in 1850, and never got see the whole ski area - anyone of intermediate standard and above should get the 3 valleys pass as Les Menuires and Val Thorens were supposed to be great places to go (we just ran out of time as the weather conditions were against us on a couple of days). Fantastic restaurant at Bouc Blanc, good price, quality, and large portions. Top runs - "Courchevel" : Chaplets, Rochers, Bel Air, Creux, Suisse, M, Combe de Pylones, Combe Saulire, Jean Blanc, dou des lanches, Bouc Blanc - "Meribel" : Combe Vallon, Campagnol, Alouette, Pic Noir.

I also went out for a couple of days with Malcolm from the Ski Club - great day out, fantastic local knowledge (which you cannot put a price on), and a good hard day of skiing - recomended. Overall a tip-top resort for skiing!!!!

Roger Dyke
Posted: 27/01/08
Courchevel review
Roger Dyke

Just back from 2 weeks excellent skiing lots of snow and 12 days sunshine - so snow thinning a bit when I left.

Skied about 6 days with SCGB Rep Peter Schaffer and 2 to 11 other Members - good fun, nice not to need to consult piste map. Peter is very good, knew where to find unskied snow, and discouraged me from going on a day which I would have found too exhausting. Whilst skiing in his groups, I made friends with other SCGB Members - and much as I love my family, it's nice to ski with new folk.

Karen Charlton
Posted: 27/12/07
Courchevel review
Karen Charlton

Visited Couchevel 1850 on 15 Dec 2007. Fabulous place both on and off piste.

We stayed in a Crystal Finest chalet that offered excellent service and ski guides.. Matt, Ben and Alex. As it was the first time for me in the three valleys, I needed a guide to start me off. We managed to get across from Couchevel to Meribel, Mottaret, Les Menuires and Val Thorens all in one day, then back to Couchevel again. Slopes are well maintained and groomed to perfection. Couchevel 1850 has lots of varied terrain and also a snowpark where you can learn to jump. 1850 loses the sun at approx 2pm (early season) so venture over to Merbel after two and get some runs in there before close of play. All the three valleys resorts are well kept and service is extremely good wherever you go. I was impressed and will definitley go back again.

Great shopping in Couchevel 1850 and half way down one of the green runs you stumble across a Vuitton shop! Amazing. So not only have you great slopes, the shopping area is like one big Harvey Nix ! Fab!

Michele Willard
Posted: 09/11/07
Courchevel review
Michele Willard

I have been going to Courchevel for several years with a fantastic company based in Le Praz (I wont tell you their name as the company is only small and I want to be able to book next year) who provide the best instruction I have ever received (I been skiing for 20 years).


The skiing in Courchevel is superb, and never boring; catering for all abilities and inclinations. My 13 year old son skiied the Couloirs (i have no intention of trying) with his instructor and loved it. The resort is constantly being updated with chairlifts replacing most of the drags. I must admit that during the peak periods the wait at the main lifts can be very long, but a good opportunity for people watching. out of season you can generally ski straight on to the chairlifts. I have skiied at many other resorts; French, Austrian, Swiss and Canadian, and although some were very good, none can compare to Courchevel.

Fraiser Watts
Posted: 09/03/07
Courchevel review
Fraiser Watts

From a skiing point of view I would find it hard to criticise. Great mountains, easily accessed and efficient lifts.

The village of 1850 was a different matter. Too many ugly buildings, expensive and suprisingly little apres skis outdoors, which made it feel a little dull between 3 and 7pm.

On balance I would probably sacrifice to a degree on the convenience/quality of the skiing for a more attractive setting and exciting atmosphere (i.e. Austrian, Swiss and some North American resorts).

Vanda Kane
Posted: 19/01/07
Courchevel review
Vanda Kane

Christopher Price (stand in guide w/c 7.1.07) was excellent - friendly and helpful - I had a great time.
Many thanks.

Posted: 22/03/06
Courchevel review
Ski Club member

I went to Courcheval at the beginning of January 2006 with my 2 grandchildren-5 and 7- I was with a large party of varied abilities and stayed in 1550 in a catered chalet-as a friend and I are senior citizens we were concerned with the reports of expense so we bought bagettes at the supermarket and took out own drinks which meant we only used £80 spending money- mean I know but it went towards a second ski holiday-the sking was varied, catering for all abilities and was especially good for nervous beginners/lower intermediates as it offers masses of easy green runs accessed by the bubble lifts-even my daughter skied for 5/6 of the time having declared that she was not going to ski this holiday.The ski school Magic in Motion proved to be excellent for the children-I managed to put my 5 year old grand daughter in the 6-9 group by mistake but as she was coping well was allowed to stay and ended up by sking 4 hours a day and 2 days skied from 9.15- 4.45-wow did she enjoy it! The 7 year old boy was also in the 6-9 group and skied to his hearts content-the groups were very small so that they received individual attention-thoroughly recommend this ski school. All of the 40 skiers in the group have all booked to return next year.The more experienced skiers took advantage of skiing the three valleys although many just took the courcheval ski pass and still found plenty of skiing.It is very quick to get to 1850 in the morning by means of a very short bubble ride and no queues. So although it has the reputation of being mega expensive with a little planning you can be a 'Scrooge' on the slopes!

Posted: 21/03/06
Courchevel review
Ski Club member

Too many slow chair lifts and drags spoil the skiing. Limited and expensive mountain restaurants. The Three Valleys are light years behind Val Gardena in terms of facilities.

Posted: 17/02/06
Courchevel review
Ski Club member

Buy Three Get one Free! For all of you into ski touring and getting as many miles under your legs as possible in a day, the end to end four valleys trip has to be one of the best ski days in the world. Starting at 1650 and having lunch at Plan Bouchet in the Maurienne Valley and then back to 1650 for supper. Gorgeous.

Posted: 26/01/05
Courchevel review
Ski Club member

Just returned from a great 4 days in Courchevel. Stayed at Hotel Flocon in 1550, next to new Trovet 6 person chair. Things of note - 1850 is now horrendously expensive and 1550 and 1650 represent much, much better value. Beer is half the price in the bars! 1650 is very quiet, but issues over the numer of drags, Chapelets is a wonderful run, but has a dreadful bumpy drag. Roc Mugnier and 3 Vallees are the slowest chairs I have ever sat on. Still difficult to get across to 1850. Runs to 1550 usually quiet and Trovet makes a return easy. All runs to La Tania are wonderful, especially the blue Folyeres, but the lift does get very busy. Same with La Praz where the bubbles up from 1300 get very busy. Piste bashing is extensive and the range and variety of slopes unbeatable, but at a cost. Must be the most expensive lift pass.

Posted: 25/01/05
Courchevel review
Ski Club member

Stayed in 1850 over New Year a few weeks ago and had a simply brilliant holiday. The Hotel Trois Vallées were more welcoming and helpfull than I thought the French could ever be. The guy in the ski room even memorised whos skis were whos so while you were putting your ski boots on he would take your skis out to the slope so they were ready for you to click into! Taking the overnight Eurostar Ski Train, was also great for giving you an extra two days on the hill, but not great for a comfey nights sleep. Snow could have been better, but pretty much the whole area was open.

Posted: 20/12/04
Courchevel review
Ski Club member

I went to 1650 in March 2004. The skiing was superb after a fresh fall of snow on the first night of our stay, but the resort was soulless and expensive, even though we were supposedly in the cheaper area. The drinks and food were easily double the prices that we had paid in Saalbach in January. We averaged around £40 a day for lunch with a soft drink on the mountain. My partner definitely disliked the resort after snapping her ACL in a freak accident, but the medical treatment was very good.

Posted: 27/10/04
Courchevel review
Ski Club member

We were disappointed despite staying in 1850 in a lovely hotel. We had late night disturbance from 'Hooray Henrys' on the slope (letting off fireworks) outside our hotel - not very good when the hotel is well away from bars etc. The hotel staff were not able to do anything about it. We are going back to peaceful, beautiful Lake Louise.

Posted: 24/02/04
Courchevel review
Ski Club member

Overall a fantastic resort but very expensive. Don't waste time with the ESF (quite awful) unless you go for the International School which has better English teachers. The range of runs is fabulous however and only the most adventourous need to bother with a 3 Valley's pass as Courcheval is so much better then Meribel.

Posted: 29/01/04
Courchevel review
Ski Club member

Went to courchevel march 2003 had a fab time booked a brilliant deal with inghams who were great.However I do not recommend esf school of ski. The instructors have no interest in teaching at all. I was in the intermediate class and my friend was in beginners class .In my class half the class did not bother finishing the course because we were learning nothing

Posted: 12/01/04
Courchevel review
Ski Club member

Courchevel 1850 wonderful place really beautiful especially after
snowfall. Skied 3rd Jan to 10 Jan 04 smow was lacking but we enjoyed
ourselves. The only down side was it was very expensive on everything. We
found a few places with happy hours which made it better. Self catering is
not really adviseable.
We stayed in the Hotel Auburge Ensoliollee, chalet type plenty of food and
where pleased to help if there was a problem.

Posted: 01/05/02
Courchevel review
Ski Club member

Over the last 15 years we have visited Courchevel in the first two weeks of April. Even in the worst conditions this resort has provided more than ample good snow. At best, when France and England are not on holiday, you can ski all day on pisted runs that have not seen another skier! When Easter is early, as it is this year, the easier runs do get a bit busy. Generally speaking the resort has a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. It is well worth considering accomodation down in Moutiers as the drive up to Courchevel is usually pleasant and does not take long.

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Magic In Motion Courchevel
10% discount for Ski Club members
10% discount on all lessons, only during low season weeks. To redeem the discount, members must...
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