Selection of luxury chalets in Courchevel resort
A full guide to Courchevel 1850, 1650, 1550 & La Tania resort and best ski chalets to rent
Courchevel 1850, 1650, 1550 & La Tania ski resort videos, ski areas, piste map, reviews & ratings, ski season & live snow forecast, après ski, restaurants, nightlife, and luxury chalets in Courchevel
Located in the Savoie region in the French Alps, Courchevel ski resort is part of the stunning Les Trois Vallees, aka the Three Valleys, the largest linked ski area in the World. The resort of Courchevel is not made up of one town, but a collection of villages built at different levels. Courchevel ski resort has 5 separate ski resort areas, most named for their altitudes in meters. They are La Tania, Courchevel Le Praz aka Courchevel 1300, Courchevel village aka Courchevel 1550, Courchevel Moriond, aka Courchevel 1650, and Courchevel, aka Courchevel 1850 (although it’s actually 1750m – it’s done so to compete with nearby Val d’isere). The resort centre of Courchevel is at 1,747 meters.
If you are entering Courchevel with a Vehicle (Car/Van/Coach), The first village you will encounter is Courchevel Le Praz. A quiet little town, Courchevel Le Praz you will find attractive traditional alpine chalets but does not have the extravagance or glitz as going higher. It won’t take much time to notice here, the main landmark of this village is the ski jumping hill, built-in 1992 for Winter Olympics and is still used today. This is more a real village than a resort-style setting with just over 2000 inhabitants who live year-round. Although you may feel cut out from here, the Bubble will take you to 1850 in 8 mins. With plenty of snow canons available you can ski back to 1300.
If you turn right from Le Praz you are on route to La Tania. La Tania was built for the 1992 Winter Olympics, its popularity among many skiers to use as a good base to explore the slopes of higher three valleys areas. La Tania built at 1400 meters, it has timber wood covered buildings. If you are looking to stay in a good mid-budget ski area, La Tania is a good choice for the value of money with friendly locals with picturesque woodland settings. See the video clip below of La Tania to have an idea about the area.
If you are coming to Courchevel driving, you should be conscious that only La Tania and Courchevel Le Praz villages have free parking. In other Ski areas in Courchevel expect to pay around 100 euros for weekly parking in the other resorts.
Courchevel 1550 & 1650
If you continue with the road from La Praz you will arrive at Courchevel 1550. Courchevel 1550, AKA Courchevel village, is a quiet backwater with a mixture of charming chalets and bigger ugly block-like apartment buildings structures. If you wish to discover the world-class ski runs on a lower budget—and avoid the prestigious ski resort in the world, Courchevel 1850, AKA Courchevel, then Courchevel 1550 is an excellent base resort which gives access to the same world-class ski runs where the rich and famous visit. After leaving 1550 towards 1650 you will see on your left huge new indoor water park named Aqua motion. This will tell you that you arrived at Courchevel 1650. Courchevel 1650, aka, Courchevel Moriond set on the main road who pass through town at the centre. There you can find All sorts of shops, restaurants and bars. It has a huge new watersport center called aqua motion (See below for the video clip) Courchevel 1650 also have a great toboggan run, named “Moriond Racing”.
This lively village Courchevel 1650 is popular with the Brits and younger holidaymakers. Don’t expect the après ski scene to be like Meribel, the other three valleys ski resort. If you are looking for an affordable ski holiday with a decent après setting Pretty Courchevel 1650 will not disappoint you, regardless of your age. So, if you are not interested to meet a celebrity or if you are not looking for Louis Vuitton or Prada shops of Courchevel 1850 but searching an incredible ski area with inexpensive Chalet accommodation, then Courchevel 1650 is the right place to be. The difference between Courchevel 1550 & Courchevel 1650 are, Courchevel village (1550) is calm and quieter than 1650 and more expensive than 1650, as they both are to the glamourous and stylish to Courchevel 1850. Ultimately, it narrows down to what is more important, and sadly what you can afford, But a holiday in Courchevel doesn’t have to cost you the earth. One thing that is the same for everyone is the snow and the Mountain, and in Courchevel, everyone has access to the same terrain and stunning surroundings, and if you want luxury and glitz to go with that then you certainly don’t have to look far.
Aqua motion video presentation
The highest village (and the biggest), is the jewel of the crown of ski resorts, maybe to all of them. Courchevel 1850, AKA Courchevel, is the most prestigious ski resort in the world. Courchevel is the most upmarket of the three resorts in the Trois Vallees, Located Just east of neighboring Meribel, which accesses as a bridge between Courchevel and Val Thorens.
Courchevel 1850 has some very chic chalets, shops, and Restaurants – it has more Michelin star restaurants than any other ski resort in the world. This is where the Beckhams come for their ski holidays, and where Russian millionaires come. Here’s where you find the Rich and famous of Hollywood & football stars and Russian Oligarchs have made their playground – of course, some Brits too. So, if you are in the mood show off, you start with a Rolls Royce airport transfer or just walk down the streets and you will find all high street shops in the world here.
The ski resort has its own airline company and Airport. It is Built on an upward-slope, available for landing only by private small jet aircraft or helicopters. The only ski resort in Europe with a jet’s airport runway. Courchevel 1850 is also well known for its luxury Ski chalets and posh accommodation options (upmarket place).
Courchevel ski resort video
Where is Courchevel located?
How to get to Courchevel?
Courchevel is 2 hours within 4 Airport, the closest airports to Courchevel are Chambéry, Lyon, Grenoble, and Geneva with a transfer time of 1 and a half hours, 2 hours, 2 hours and 2 and a half hours accordingly. But to Arrive in Courchevel in true style, fly directly into the airport. It’s so cool and suave it was featured in a James bond film. Although it has been ranked as the world’s scariest airport by Virgins travels (Very short and steeply sloped runway, with a distance of 525 metres (1,722 ft) and a gradient of 18.5%.), so you may need to be Bond to brave it. If you wish to book a private jet to Courchevel from the UK, check out these options – Lune Jet, Private Fly, For prices click here.
If you are coming by train, the nearest train stop is in the town of Moutiers where you need to take a 30 to 60 minutes bus drive to Courchevel, depending on which part of the resort you’re staying in. A taxi will cost you 50-80 euros, accordingly.
How to get around Courchevel
Courchevel resort villages are linked by lifts, pistes and a road which has efficient and frequent free bus service which connects Courchevel 1300 to Courchevel 1550, Courchevel 1650 and Courchevel 1850, every 30 minutes from 07:00 until 02:00 the next morning. After that, a taxi ride from Courchevel 1850 will cost euros you from 10-12 euros to Courchevel Mariond, 15 euros to Courchevel village and 22-27 euros to Courchevel Le Praz or vice versa.
Free bus services in Courchevel
A “Navette gratuite” operates across all areas and even links down to Bozel. The buses are on different routes A – H. Ligne A and C are the most popular routes linking all areas running in both directions but does not link to La Tania.
Links on snow
The piste map will show you the most direct routes, but also look out on the pistes for obvious signage. Ski lift passes and Pedestrian passes will give you access to the lift system. A couple of gondolas operate a free service from 17:00 – 19:45 as specified below.
- Courchevel Village to Courchevel – Grangettes Gondala lift runs until 19:45
- Le Praz to Courchevel – Le Praz Gondola lift operates a free service between 08:35 and 09:00.
- To Méribel – it is possible to get to Méribel via the lift system from Courchevel. Verdons – Saulire telepherique – Saulire express into Méribel centre… be sure not to miss the last one back!
- The other extremely fun way to get from Courchevel to Villages (1850 – 1550) is the luge. If you then want to return to Courchevel either use the Grangettes gondola or jump on the free ski bus.
Leaving the Courchevel Valley
A paying bus service operates between Moutiers – Brides les Bains – La Pérriere – St-Bon – La Tania – Le Praz – Village – Moriand – Courchevel. This is operated by Trans de Savoie and is the T5 service.
Ski area & runs of Courchevel ski resort
Important ski resorts stats for Courchevel
- Piste Guide: Skiable area – 150 km of runs on its own – with access to Threey valleys pistes of 600 km.
- Resort Altitude: 1,300-1850m – Skiing Altitude: 1260 – 3230m
- Overall, there are 23 green runs, 35 blue runs, 32 red runs and 10 black runs in the ski area of Courchevel.
- Region: Three Valleys
- Country: France
Ski areas, Ski runs, and Off-piste – Who is Best for?
Courchevel for different levels – Beginners, Intermediates, Advanced/Experienced, Off-piste
Is Courchevel a good ski resort?
As it is part of the three valleys skiing in Courchevel means you can ride any type of terrain you want, From smooth and Gentle nursery slopes to ski rope access coulouris. with three valleys as the winter playground, which stretches across three world-class resorts it’s almost dauntingly big. At the most north-easterly end of this giant ski area lies the smallest in the three valleys but arguably the best, Courchevel.
Courchevel has numerous north-facing slopes, which makes the snow condition in the Courchevel valley the best in the entire ski area. The resort’s northerly location, height, and abundance of snowmaking mean reliable snow down to Courchevel 1650 or Courchevel 1550, so ski-in/ski-out accommodations are often possible. The ski area of Courchevel itself has 150 kilometers of ski runs, and with Meribel, Val Thorens and Les Menuires ski areas combined to 600km of ski run, in the largest and best ski area in the world, Les Trois Vallees!
Guide to the slopes of Courchevel
The Ski area offers well-groomed runs, with pretty wooded skiing and wonderful views from upper slopes all the way to Mont Blanc. The ski area has a good selection of nursery slopes for beginners near every village: in Moriond there is a more low key area and always quieter. Moreover, it has a Magna stick system on all fast lifts to hold children securely on chair lifts.
Ski school meeting points are the first in Courchevel 1850, next to the top of Tava Chair Lift, below the Croisette building, near chez Gaston restaurant. If you are already on skies, just ski under the bridge near the bottom of the piste. In Courchevel 1650 Ariane das bubble after you come up the escalator and leave the lift pass building head to the right underneath the gondola. In Courchevel 1550, the ski school meeting point is next to Tavech chair lift. The Ski resort has a state-of-the-art lift infrastructure. This means that queues are minimal and there is a good distribution of gondolas for those who enjoy taking their skies off.
Is Courchevel good for beginners?
Beginner skiers are in for a real treat, as the resort has a number of different areas, that suitable for your first snowplow. Not only that, rather than been confined to a single run, there are a collection of green pistes means on your first-day experience the thrill of the mountains. Best of these areas ate the Gentle tree line runs above 1850 accessed by Jardin Alpin & Verdons Gondol lifts. For those livings in 1650, it has some long gentle runs, slightly higher up the mountains.
For those staying in Courchevel 1650, there some long gentle runs slightly higher up the mountains (Free lifts for beginners, recommended best villages for novices to base themselves in are Moriond or Courchevel 1650 and Courchevel 1850). Although these runs are great fun, there are not suitable if you are staying elsewhere Courchevel, as the runs that connect 1650 rest of the resort will be tricky if you are fresh off the beginner slopes. Don’t worry though as the runs that run above the altiport and the runs down to Courchevel 1550 are gentle but interesting helping you see more of the area while you pick up speed and confidence.
Intermediate skiers – Which ski slopes are best in Courchevel for Intermediates?
Courchevel is for sure among the best ski resorts in the world for intermediate skiers, with an enormous amount and diversity of playgrounds in Courchevel itself, and with nearby three Valleys as a whole. Nervous intermediate skiers should try runs from the Pralong and Biollay chairs, as well as the long gentle cruises above Courchevel 1650, for the more confident intermediate skiers, Courchevel’s is the ideal playground with plenty of blue and red runs, Courchevel 1650 only has blues & reds, so this should be ideal for all levels of intermediate skiers. Another great part for intermediates that are often overlooked is Le praz & La Tania, these runs are long and wind down through the trees and usually are quieter.
Advance skiers in Courchevel
If you like fast and challenging then its back up the Saulire, Marmottes (a red run, a big sweeping turn will take you the black Suisses piste. It runs the way down a high-speed, exhilarating run), and Chanrossa solace to access the black runs. And if you’re in the Courchevel 1650 a run on Chanrossa’s famed moguls is in order. Jean Blanc (A Le Praz black run) has a forest run, north-facing slope with excellent snow and breathtaking views across the valley. But for the Truly adventures Grand Couloir – Courchevel awaits for any ski Pro-skier or snowboarder who wishes to prove their worth.
Off Piste Skiing in Courchevel
it’s not just these Couloirs though, Courchevel offers a huge amount of Off-Piste terrains to access: to explore extensive off-piste terrain and for your safety, it is recommended to hire a Guide. The Bureau des Guides de Courchevel runs daily off-piste excursions.
If you are more into Park than powder, then head on to Courchevel snow park, which is under the Verdons bubble, the park here is quite tamed and advanced, intermediates and experts will find the kick is too small. But beginners and intermediates its perfect.
Here are our ratings for Courchevel
Based on staying in 1850 with a Three Valley Ski Pass
• For snowboarders: 9, Together with the 3 Valleys, there are endless possibilities for snowboarders.
• For Beginners: 9
• For Intermediates: 9
• For advanced skiers: 9
• For freestylers: 8.5
• For free riders: 10.
• Après ski: 8
• Nightlife: 7.5
• Resort Charm: 10
Ski seasons: What is the best time to ski in Courchevel?
The best time to ski in Chamonix is from mid-December to the end of April, with North-facing slopes snow condition is almost snow sure in Courchevel during the season. However, we never know with the modern climate how things change for various reasons if the Snow God needs some helping hand Courchevel has more than 500 snow cannons, which will come as a helping hand for such times.
What are the snow conditions in the ski season?
Courchevel Ski Resort for Early Season Skiing – Pre Christmas – Chalet ski deals
With Christmas lights set on from early December, Courchevel turns into a pretty winter wonderland. The North facing slopes means snow is 90% Guaranteed and it’s chilly, you will not be disappointed with excellent snow conditions from early-December until the seasons come to an end. If you a looking for Cheap Luxury ski holidays with Courchevel, such as cheap lift passes with slopes all to yourself, Prior to Christmas rush, then Pre-Christmas ski break in Chamonix is worth every penny.
Christmas / New Year Ski season in Courchevel
If you’re looking to spend Christmas and New year ski holidays in a pretty, prestigious town, Courchevel (1850) is an ideal winter paradise to be, with the best snow conditions. Stay in a Luxurious Ski chalet in Courchevel. Peak/High-season comes with Christmas & New Year week, though, in the alpine mountains it can be crowded and exclusive – For those families who don’t mind this, it’s a great Ski vacation on the magical Alpine setting that can make a memorable ski chalet holiday in the Courchevel. It’s all about celebration festivities, gathering, firecrackers, lots of wine and champagne in front of a private Fireplace inside your chalet. Enjoy this special charming winter Ski Holiday with family or friends.
January Ski season
January is always a cold month in the Alps, yet the powder is dry and light, and you are sure to see many Russian skiers here to party during their Christmas holidays on the 7th of January, it can be noisy and crazy, so be prepared to expect some noise until the middle of January. The restaurants & bars are busy and geared up to cater for the Russian Christmas holidays in Courchevel. Luxury Chalets get full and booked by the Russian agents for this period.
Courchevel puts on a great show for the Russian holidays, they include Russian choir performances and Father Christmas. This affects mostly Courchevel (1850), so expect to see the slopes packed with wealthy Russians. January is also the month Courchevel has BMW Polo Masters, so it can be busy month for those who wish to seek quieter ski areas and slopes.
February / Half terms
February is Powder hound’s month for Courchevel, with top-quality snow of the season, the red and black runs higher up the mountain on Vizelle or Chanrossa are great to ski. Courchevel has state-of-the lift infrastructures, they are fast-moving lift means queues are minimal, will not make you feel crowded during the half-term holidays. It’s one of the best times to hit the slopes, the Air is cold, the sun is out and the skiing is good makes February hugely popular. February half-term is the peak date of the holiday season with families.
March has so much to offer with great snowy, sunny long days you can party and enjoy the vibrant après ski scene march. March is the best time to explore Courchevel’s black and red runs.
Courchevel is also great for Easter, particularly if you’re on a ski holiday with the family. April is a wonderful time to visit Courchevel. Not just for skiing during the Easter holidays, but also see other Easter based celebrations and activities. While it can be warmer you, with clear blue skies it’s picturesque to go skiing.
However, before making plans for ski holidays in Courchevel we advise you to see the snow condition of Courchevel.
Live snow forecast in Courchevel
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Après Ski in Courchevel
Cafes, bars, food, drinks, and Nightlife – (Après ski is literally French for “after ski”)
Regarding Apres Ski we suggest you pay a visit to Les Verdons on your way back to the village, this restaurant has live music, dancing and a short slide from Courchevel 1850. We also suggest you give a visit to ’ La Folie Douce Meribel Courchevel’’ if you have the three valleys ski pass. It is located in the Meribel valley.
Courchevel 1850 has no less than 12 Michelin star restaurants as of 2018, more than in 90% of the countries worldwide. Although the price range is not for everyone it is a true culinary experience, and if you still have the energy for After hours go visit the Funky Fox at 1650 or Les Caves club at 1850 where you can party until the morning. Les Caves in Courchevel is where the affluent high spending customers go partying, dancing, and also dining (as it is also a restaurant).
Courchevel offers possibly the most fashionable, energetic, and diverse après ski from anywhere in the Alps. Courchevel apres-ski is infamous and often high-end spenders, and can continue long into the morning. Try the Best après bar in 1850 ‘’Ku de ta’’, or sit back and relax with a drink at ‘’Le Tremplin’’ – open from 4 pm or go to Rocky’s bar and enjoy some football on TV.
Best Michelin star restaurants 0r Fine dining in Courchevel – Where to dine?
Courchevel is a pricy ski destination, rub shoulders with royalty or dine in a Michelin-starred restaurant if you are in the mood to spend. You could end up dining in 7 different Michelin-starred restaurants each night of a week’s ski vacation. Here are some options for fine dining, all you have to do is click on each restaurant name which will take you to their site, so you can check the menu, reserve and make bookings if you prefer. Baumanier Restaurant in Courchevel 1850, Le 1947 Restaurant, Courchevel with Executive Chef Yannick Alléno, Le farcon, Le Chabichou Restaurant, and Le Montgomerie Restaurant in Courchevel 1850.
Guide to Courchevel 1850 Luxury chalet Accommodation & Private Apartments
Insider’s guide to exclusive standalone ski chalets in Courchevel 1550 & 1850, France
Courchevel 1850 is a fairytale world with Luxury hotel accommodation and expensive alpine chalets. Courchevel has good beginner and intermediate ski terrain access and plenty of activities available for the Non-skiers too, which attracts all rich and famous and both skiers and non-skiers to come and visit this magical place in the Three Valleys. Our selection of 5-stars ski chalets in Courchevel 1850 & 1550 are exclusive vacation rentals that come with various VIP concierge services and amenities. They come as Ski Lodges, Chalets, and Apartments in Courchevel 1550 & 1850 for exclusive rental. You will discover extraordinary Luxury chalets in Courchevel for your next ski vacation in the Alps! Although accommodation prices are higher here, if you are thinking of more about the slopes than accommodation, fans of the traditional French feel should head to Courchevel 1650-Moriond or La Tania which are more affordable.
Where to stay in Courchevel?
You can view our collection of First-class Apartments & Luxury ski chalets in Courchevel, at the bottom of this page. They are among the Best of the best in Europe. Our chalets in Europe can be chosen simply by the amenities you wish. Like all our chalets in the Alps, they Include family Friendly Options with amenities like Hot tub, Sauna, steam room & Hammam, Swimming pool, Gym, Indoor Fireplace chalets, Cinema, with complimentary breakfast or Self-catering chalets. For those who wish to spend more time skiing and less time in the kitchen, they can pick the fully catered chalets with Private chefs, and to add to this you can even book a Luxury Ski-in/Ski-out chalet or check into a VIP Chalet in any part of the Alps.
Courchevel Chalets sleep two adults to Large groups. And If you are planning to have a Special event Birthday Celebration, White wedding, VIP Luxury Corporate Ski Chalet for Business, and Incentive Trips, we are a Ski company that can arrange all these with you not having to lift one finger. Our In-house concierge is at hand to assist you with anything you wish for during your stay Luxury ski holiday in Courchevel.
These handpicked traditional Alpine Luxury chalets and Modern apartments in Courchevel offer a wider selection of options to pick from. The combination of a stay with the charming chalets and some of the finest skiing in Europe makes Courchevel one of our Top-selling ski resorts.
If you are looking for Ski lodges specifically with certain amenities, it is best you get in touch with us, so we can tailor-make your search. We can suggest or even contact the owners to discuss certain features such as Disabled Friendly Chalets or Pet-Friendly chalets.
Top 3 luxurious ski chalets in Courchevel
How much does it cost to rent a luxury chalet in Courchevel?
14 Guests – Available as a fully serviced or bed & breakfast chalet – Price on application by request. Price per night: From – € 12,799 20,350
Catered, Ski-in/ski-out Luxury Chalet in Courchevel 1850. The facilities of the Chalet: Swimming pool, Steam room, Cinema/tv room, a Bar, Fireplace, Ski Room, Wi-Fi, Terrace/Balcony, Elevator, Garage and a Wellness/Relaxation Room.
Sleeps 14-16 Guests – Available as a fully serviced chalet only from Sunday to Sunday – Fully Serviced: EUR 150,000 to 350,000 per week
Catered Courchevel 1850 Ski-in/ski-out Chalet 2. The facilities: Swimming pool, Sauna, Hot tub, Steam room, Cinema/tv room, Bar, Elevator, Fireplace, Garage, Gym/Fitness, Massage/Treatment Room, Nightclub, Sat/Cable TV, Ski Room, Sound System, Terrace/Balcony, Wi-Fi, Wine Cellar and Games Room.
Sleeps 14-16 or Sleeps 17-19 Guests – Fully Serviced: EUR 75,000 to 120,000 per week (Price are for guidance purpose only and on request basis)
A ski-in/ski-out chalet in Courchevel 1850 –The chalet 5 in Courchevel 1850 has 8 Bedrooms, Sleeps, 14 adults and 4 children. Ideal for families and large groups. Amenities: Swimming pool, Hot tub Steam room, Bar, Games Room, Wine Cellar, Massage/Treatment Room, Terrace/Balcony, Cinema/tv room, Fireplace, Ski Room, Garage, Elevator, Apple TV, Sat/Cable TV and Wi-Fi.
Courchevel Ski Chalets FAQ’s
What is a ski chalet holiday in Courchevel?
Basically, a ski chalet holiday is booking your own private home – most times with staff, housekeepers and chef included and at other times as a self-catered option. Ski chalets are freestanding properties, which in most cases are made out of Stone and/or Wood and has homelier look from outside, the interior however is very luxurious with Alpine charm. However please check at the time of booking, as things have changed and not all chalets stand alone, so it may be called a ‘chalet’ as there could more than 2 ‘chalet apartment’ style properties in large building construction.
What is a Fully serviced or catered chalet? And how does it work?
Catered luxury ski chalets are a great choice for those who wish to spend less time in the kitchen and more time on the slopes.
In Courchevel, Catered can mean either part of your meals or all your meals is included catered price. However, you should not have this confused with some chalets that say Accommodation only or included Breakfast. It’s Wise to check this at the time of enquiry or prior to your booking.
When you book a ski chalet in Courchevel on a catered basis, upon arrival the chalet host will welcome you and make sure to take full charge of your accommodation, this means from keeping the chalet neat to arranging your meals. Catered ski chalets usually if not always have a chef to prepare meals, a chalet host who will provide housekeeping services and who will serve your meals. These meals will usually include breakfast, afternoon tea, pre-dinner canapés, and a 4-course dinner, as well as unlimited wine, you will find in each property chalet page all these inclusions.
Depending on the chalet. Either a day or two the host may not be in the chalet, as a day off. During this period, you can help yourself with *breakfast and dine out side, trying the local cuisine available around. From budget to Michelin star restaurants are easy to be found. It is good to take a note, that some chalets may share the dining area with others. When booking a catered ski chalet holiday, you can book the chalet just for your group. Nevertheless, some chalets are available to book by the room during less busy times, this can be great for those seeking a holiday for a smaller group or a couple. Remember to always book ahead of your restaurant table, best when you arrive to book this (especially if you are a larger group), during the season restaurants are usually full. The Chalet staff is always available to lend you a hand during your ski holiday stay in Courchevel; it is always wise to get first-hand information of the town.
Usually, chalet menus have Menus for Children and you can also have early dinner arranged for children, please check at the time of booking.
for Adults Breakfast Served between 8-9 am. Croissants & pain Chocolat, traditional French bread, cereals, fresh fruit, yoghurts. A cooked option (except staff day off) and Fresh coffee & tea, fruit juices.
* Staff day off service- your chalet hosts will leave breakfast and afternoon tea for you to help yourselves to. Fresh bread & croissants will be delivered to your chalet in the morning. Please check if your chalet includes this service.
Hosts Day/s Off afternoon tea and dinner won’t be served, giving you the chance to explore the local restaurants
Afternoon Tea: depending on the chalet 5 or 6 days of a seven-night stay, afternoon tea is provided when you come in from the slopes (often things like cake, cookies, toast, soup, and hot drinks like Hot chocolate, tea & coffee).
Pre-dinner & Dinner: Home-made canapes served with pre-dinner drinks ( See each chalet page for more information). For Dinner with Selected red & white wines to complement the meal or champagne: Meals are served in the evenings, usually many courses and, in most catered chalets, free-flowing wine/champagne, pudding and then coffee is served. The ‘free wine/champagne’ component is not universal, so check before you book if this is a significant part of your holiday.
We have more than 50 Top Notch catered luxury ski chalets and apartments in European ski resorts.