Courchevel

Courchevel

About the Resort

When it comes to ski resorts, Courchevel is certainly in pole position.  Renowned for being one of the most fashionable winter sports locations in the world, you’re looking at the most stunning selection of deluxe hotels, fabulous restaurants, not to mention access to the Three Valleys – one of the world’s finest

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Villages

The Birthplace of Courchevel. The village of Saint-Bon is where the Courchevel adventure originally began, with the construction of the resort’s first hotel in 1908: the Lac Bleu. Brimming over with history, it is home to a baroque church and typical mountain village streets, enjoying gentle tranquillity and exceptional panoramic views over the valley… It’s just a 3-minute journey by free, regular shuttle bus to the slopes of Le Praz, and you can ski back to the village along a red run. Read More…

At an altitude of 1,850 metres, the pioneering resort of Courchevel 1850, which originally earned the resort its enviable international reputation, offers luxury establishments that radiate excellence over the resort’s surrounding villages. Courchevel isn’t only about multi-starred hotels, it also boasts cosy studios, warm and welcoming apartments, charming mountain chalets of all sizes… the accommodation is as varied as the cosmopolitan clientele who stay in it! A top destination, Courchevel is also a paradise for aficionados of shopping, culinary delights, partying and evening entertainment. Between the Michelin-starred restaurants and gourmet delights, magical fireworks and resort illuminations, the stars are out in force… you’ll certainly have them in your eyes! And of course, there are the slopes… It takes just two ski lifts to reach the Saulire summit, the resort’s highest point at an altitude of 2,738 metres. From there, you can choose between easy skiing, a challenging run in the legendary Grand Couloir or setting off towards the 3 Vallées’ wide open spaces. Read More…

Situated on a ledge set back from the surrounding landscape, the Moriond sector enjoys vast amounts of sunshine and is largely made up of green and blue runs, making it the ideal place for families! Courchevel Moriond is a dream après-ski location, with a number of bars offering different atmospheres to suit every whim, including an English pub, oyster bar, Savoyard bistro and cosy restaurants: it’s the perfect place to get together for a drink! In terms of sport and well-being, Aquamotion is barely a few minutes away via escalator or shuttle bus. Read More…

Everything here is easily accessible on skis or on foot! Shops, restaurants, accommodation… they’re all centralised for maximum convenience. The resort centre houses a multitude of restaurants, offering everything from crêpes to grilled meats, not forgetting local and Italian specialities… diversity is paramount, but what we love most of all is the cosy, intimate atmosphere of the informal little culinary gems just waiting to be discovered. Read More…

A traditional mountain village with chalets and narrow little streets, Courchevel Le Praz has managed to keep hold of its authentic character and soul. It is also a ski jumping bastion and boasts France’s only Olympic ski jumps. Holidaymakers and locals enjoyspecial moments together year-round here, sharing their experiences in village shops, restaurants, bars and terraces. And when clouds settle on the mountaintops, Le Praz forest becomes an ideal refuge for skiers; just 8 minutes from Courchevel 1850 by gondola lift or free shuttle bus, with a ski run that leads all the way back to the village, life is good in Courchevel Le Praz, a place of absolute peace and tranquillity. Read More…

Nestling at the heart of the Forest. The most recent of the 3 Vallées resorts, Courchevel La Tania is an unspoiled corner of paradise, a car-free village that is well loved by visitors of all ages. Discover the magnificent Folyères run that winds through a splendid spruce forest, treat yourself to a well-earned break on the snow front while your children have fun tobogganing – make the most of a wealth of activities and entertainment. Read More…

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Resort Charm
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Ratings

Highlights

+Michelin starred restaurants

+ Picturesque Resort

+Aquamotion centre

+Great lift system

+Perfect piste grooming

+Night skiing

Things to think about

– 1850 is very pricey

– British Tourist hotspot, so can get busy

Ski Passes

Adult

€58.00

€115.00

€173.00

€230.00

€272.00

€286.00

ski passes

Child

€46.40

€92.00

€138.40

€184.00

€217.60

€229.00

What's Included

Local area ski pass covers the 6 villages of Courchevel.
Childs ski pass available for the ages between 5-13 Years.

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Ski Area
150km

Beginners

Beginners

Intermediate

Advanced

28km
57km
50km
15km
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Summit

Resort

Bottom

2738m
1850m
1100m
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55

Lifts

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1

Snow

Park

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€286

Ski Pass

6 Days

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5 December ’20
23 April ’21
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+Gym
+Bowling
+Supermarket

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Tolls

€73.50
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Chambery Airport 1hr 30min 100.5km

Nearest Airport

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962.9km 9hr 14min

Travel To Calais

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