Cheval Blanc, Courchevel 1850, France
Nestled in the prestigious Jardin Alpin ski area of Courchevel 1850 where guests can enjoy true ski in ski out access. This stunning property developed and owned by Bernard Arnault, chairman of the Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy (LMVH) group, is a testament to these iconic brands.
With a wonderful combination of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary chic, this exclusive hotel provides a perfect balance of sophistication and understated elegance in a relaxed atmosphere. Art is a prominent feature of the hotel and is a showcase for many renowned artists and sculptors.
The 34 rooms and suites of this intimate hotel are spread over five floors and depending on their orientation, offer either a balcony or terrace with beautiful mountain views. All rooms are stylish and spacious each with their own personality. Decorated in muted restful tones, sumptuous fabrics, floor to ceiling windows, oversized bathrooms, coupled with state of the art technology throughout.
The three Michelin starred chef Yannick Alleno has brought his considerable expertise to Restaurant 1947 which owes its name to one of the most sought after vintages of Chateau Cheval Blanc. The restaurant, itself, has now been awarded a second Michelin star. The food is inspirational, a fusion of traditional dishes with a modern day twist.
The White offers a more relaxed style of cuisine from breakfast through to dinner or ski back for a spot of lunch on the terrace overlooking the slopes.
The White bar is the perfect place to relax in front of the fire to enjoy a drink, hot chocolate or listen to some live music in its comfortable surrounds.
At the end of your skiing day you can luxuriate in the Cheval Blanc Spa. The signature beauty and massage treatments have been exclusively developed by Guerlain, one of the oldest perfume houses in the world. Alternatively you can enjoy the infinity pool complete with waterfall or if you still have excess energy to expend, the new fitness centre is equipped with Technogym’s cutting-edge machines.Pictures Credits T. Malty, M. Berenger, B. Poirier, S. Muratet, T. Duval, Courchevel Tourisme / P. Pachod, J. Kélagopian, Jean-Christophe Photo, Studio Bergoend All rights reserved
- Fine Dining
- Ski and Spa
“We will certainly go again and thank you for all your help in making it relaxing and a perfect break.”