Courchevel Ski Resort
If you’re looking for luxury and access to the vast network of pistes that make up the Three Valleys, Courchevel is the ideal base for your next ski holiday.
Although the resort has a reputation as a playground for the rich and famous, the skiing really is first class. The local area has a good mix of tree-lined slopes below the resort and wide, open runs above it – more than enough to keep most happy for days. However, add in access to the rest of the Three Valleys and the resorts of Méribel and Val Thorens – via the Saulire and the Col de la Loze – and the options are seemingly limitless, especially for keen piste skiers.
The resort is home to perhaps the widest selection of 5* hotels of any ski resort in the world and with this comes luxury shops, swanky bars and top-class restaurants. Nowhere more so is this the case than Courchevel 1850. The other villages are generally better value and have a much greater range of accommodation, bars and restaurants.
With 600km of pistes to explore across the Three Valleys, getting around can seem slightly daunting. Therefore, why not sign up to the Ski Club’s Instructor-led Guiding Service – running in the resort between 22nd December and 13th April this season.
Another place to gain some great information is the Ski Club’s Courchevel Facebook Page, where the group’s members will be more than happy to help if you have any questions.
Our Courchevel Resort Ratings
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