Courchevel 1850

Courchevel 1850 has for many years attracted a fashionable crowd of the rich and famous and this trend remains unchanged today. As a resort, it has few Alpine rivals for comfort and cuisine and is home to some of the most luxurious catered ski chalets in the Alps.

Courchevel forms a part of the renowned Trois Vallées – the largest lift connected ski area in the world. It experiences a long ski season and has an exceptional snow record. Whether you prefer challenging runs like Les Suisses or wide rolling blues, there is a broad variety of terrain to appeal to skiers of all ages and abilities. What’s more, the adjoining resorts of Méribel and Val Thorens are easily accessible.

It does not take long to figure out why this resort has legions of followers who simply won’t go anywhere else. Superb skiing aside, there is an abundance of upmarket boutiques, restaurants and nightspots. With 8 restaurants totalling a record 14 Michelin stars between them, Courchevel is home to the very best French gastronomy. Amongst its ranks is Le 1947, the first restaurant in the resort to earn 3 Michelin stars. If you would prefer a lighter lunch you on the go, there are no shortage of options, with everything from Sushi to traditional Savoie cuisine available.

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Airports & transfer times

Geneva 149km – 3 hrs

Lyon 187km – 3 hrs

Chambéry 110km – 2 hrs

Grenoble 174km – 2 hrs


Experience a Hot Air Balloon ride or Helicopter Tour for the most amazing views.


LE 1947 – This restaurant is an unmissable gastronomic experience. Led by one the world’s greatest chefs, Yannick Alléno, it is the first restaurant in Courchevel to be awarded 3 Michelin Stars and was given the highest rank in the 2017 Michelin Guide.

Le Chabichou – This is a 2 Michelin Star restaurant with a lovely sunny terrace. It serves delightful cuisine with a real attentiveness to detail. It’s  beautiful big windows frame a great view of the slopes, making it the ideal spot to unwind and watch the action on the piste over lunch.

Pierre Gagnaire at Les Airelles – Another 2 Michelin Star restaurant that is located in a top-notch hotel. Equally as grand as the hotel, the menu has been conceived by highly regarded Pierre Gagnaire.


Le Panoramic – at 2732 metres, this restaurant is located at the top of the Saulire lift and offers greatest panoramic views of  Les Trois Vallees. The interiors are attractive and the food is delicious.

Le Cap Horn – Located at the bottom of the Suisse piste, this is a very special lunch destination with great service and excellent food. It serves traditional Savoie cuisine or a selection of lighter and healthier meals, to include sushi and seafood.


Head to l’Arc or La Grange for the exclusive parties until dawn.


Discover some Indian magic on the Indian trail in Courchevel Moriond. The Indian camp is all about wearing war paint, traditional costumes and hunting with a bow.

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