Whether your search is based on cost, location or décor, Courchevel has an incredible range of hotels. We’ve spent many years getting to know these hotels intimately so that we can advise you on the best places to stay.
A magnificent palace, in the true sense of the word. The K2 is located near the centre of the resort and on the Cospillot slope. The hotel boasts 29 rooms and 5 suites, all beautifully designed to the highest specifications. A 2 Michelin star restaurant, stunning spa, cinema and fully-equipped children’s play area allow guests to relax in comfort and luxury after a long day on the slopes.
This 5 star establishment remains the latest super luxury hotel excellently located on the Bellecote slope, close to the heart of the village. It boasts two superb restaurants - Fouquet’s Brasserie and Bfire - both forming part of their half-board offering for either lunch or dinner. The hotel has a large spa, 20m pool, a wonderfully equipped kid’s club, private cinema and has become one of the new places to be in the resort.
If you are looking for a tranquil location, then look no further than Le Strato. The hotel sits on the Cospillot slope with stunning views over the valley. Created by the founder of Rossignol skis, the hotel perfectly balances tradition with contemporary décor, including an incredible ski room. Le Strato’s Michelin starred restaurant and a stunning spa set over two floors provide a delicious option for après ski.
As boutique hotels go, this 15 suite hotel with a single 340m2 apartment is simply delightful. La Potinière provides both luxury and exclusivity in the heart of the village. With a broad range of services, including a lounge bar, restaurant and its own ski shop, it is the perfect way to enjoy the Courchevel experience. The hotel spa even boasts its own range of innovative products.
A hidden gem nestled in the trees above the resort, La Sivolière is a magnificent chalet built from wood and stone, blending traditional Alpine design with modernity. Offering ski-in/ski-out access, the ambience is one of luxury but without ostentation. A selection of rooms, suites and apartments are on offer, with a small spa, a friendly welcome and an in-house ski shop.
With an enchanting view over the Pralong ski slope, Hôtel du Pralong offers ski-in/ski-out access and has been recently renovated by the infamous Eric Tournier. The 57 rooms, 4 suites and 4 apartments all offer unobstructed views either of the pistes or the valley. There is also a large sun terrace where delicious buffet-style lunches are served.
One of the few owner-run hotels left in the resort, the Annapurna faces south onto the Pralong slopes, with direct access to the snow. For families this hotel is especially child-friendly with large, safe indoor and outdoor play areas, including an outdoor pool. There are rooms to suit all tastes and budgets, with a restaurant that offers both gourmet cuisine and home-style cooking.
Family run, this fabulous five star hotel is set at the bottom of the Bellecote slope with direct access to the village centre. This hotel has been an old favourite for many for good reason. It’s friendly atmosphere, large choice of rooms, two restaurants, a large Clarins spa and conference facilities make it popular for all.
One of the oldest hotels in the resort, the 4 star Les Trois Vallées is in an excellent central, yet tranquil location offering ski-in ski out comfort yet within easy walking distance of everything the resort has to offer. The hotel was entirely renovated a few years ago and now has a small spa, comfortable living area with a fabulous fireplace and a mezzanine breakfast and dining area.
ust a short walk from the ski lifts and luxury boutiques, Saint Joseph is a centrally located boutique hotel with only 14 rooms (and suites) and 2 apartments making it incredibly exclusive. Each room is individually designed to reflect the traditional elegance of the alpine location. The Asian and Italian restaurants, bar and cosy seating beside the fire offer a varied and indulgent apres ski.
Just a short walk from the ski lifts and luxury boutiques, Saint Joseph is a centrally located boutique hotel with only 14 rooms (and suites) and 2 apartments making it incredibly exclusive. Each room is individually designed to reflect the traditional elegance of the alpine location. The Asian and Italian restaurants, bar and cosy seating beside the fire offer a varied and indulgent apres ski.
Nestled high up on the Bellecote slope, this 3 star hotel has a wonderful peaceful outlook and has been newly renovated throughout, offering a large selection of room types to satisfy the demands of a discerning skier. A spacious friendly restaurant, a large sunny terrace, pizzeria and spacious ski shop assures that all your needs are catered for. Additionally a twice hourly complimentary navette service provides access to the village.
Now in it’s second season, thes newly refurbished 4 star Fahrenheit 7 overlooks the slopes of Courchevel Moriond (1650) offering the perfect ski-in, ski-out location in the center of the village. It boasts a sunny south-facing terrace, spacious bedrooms, sauna, steam room, two restaurants and a cool lively bar
Situated in the centre of Courchevel Le Praz the Peupliers offers guests a peaceful stay amongst all of the hubbub. The hotel provides both hotel rooms in the main building and slightly more secluded chalet rooms across the street. Most of the 35 characterful rooms and suites have balconies but all have access to a cosy lounge, beautiful terrace and a friendly welcome.
Les Flocons is a friendly family run hotel in a great location directly opposite the slopes in Courchevel Village (1550). With just 28 bedrooms a wonderful south-facing terrace for that well earned apres-ski drink, a sauna, jacuzzi, and a restaurant serving tasty wholesome food, this is a great affordable choice for the avid skier wanting to benefit from the Three Valleys.