The Alp’s exceptional luxury resort


The outstanding resort in the French Alps has long been the destination of choice for winter sports enthusiasts looking for a premium ski experience with a network of 600 kilometres of pristine slopes graced with guaranteed snow. Courchevel and the 3 Vallées domain cater to all levels and ages with a great variety of ski runs and fun parks for snowboarders and other snow sports.

The resort is known for its prestigious chalets – such as Chalets Elan and Eclipse nestled higher up in Courchevel 1850 – exuding an aura of elegance and sophistication added to the bespoke service. Each accommodation boasts impressive architecture harmoniously blending into the surrounding nature with stone foundations, wooden features and high-end ornaments.

For families seeking to have great fun in a carefree environment, Courchevel offers a host of children-friendly activities, from snow parks and sledge runs to professional childcare services, for a rewarding holiday.

Courchevel is also home to many gourmet restaurants – including Michelin-star chefs –  with a mix of traditional or more creative dishes (paired with exclusive vintages)  prepared by world-class chefs.

The versatile resort extends over several villages, each with its own identity, offering a mix of tradition, culture, leisure and nightlife. Courchevel has it all, whether you’re seeking excellent winter comfort or thrilling adventures, an indulgent culinary journey, or serene relaxing moments. Thanks to its exceptional display of luxury, and natural beauty, the Savoie resort delights all holidaymakers with the promise of a fulfilling stay in the high mountains.

Our team of locally-trained professionals are at your service to answer all your needs and help you enjoy the best of Courchevel with the added spark provided by the Carte Blanche collection.

Our guests love
The great snow conditions from December to April
The unique Savoy-chic setting, family atmosphere and prestige-Chalets
The gourmet gastronomy and Michelin-star restaurants
The ski resort
Connected to Les 3 Vallées, 600 km of slopes
Suited for all levels and ages
Many snow & ride activities


Courchevel 1850

Courchevel is an exceptionally versatile resort sitting on several levels and villages, perfectly connected to accommodate all types of skiers and holidaymakers with multiple areas of interest. The village includes many cultural sites,  shopping and high-end gastronomy options as well as family-friendly facilities, nightlife and many more.

Courchevel 1850 offers a great choice of shops and Michelin-star restaurants as well as premium accommodations while keeping guests entertained with high-flying events during the winter season.

Towering over the resort, the very in-demand village to which Courchevel owes its prestigious international reputation provides quick access to the peaks. This includes the Saulire run at 2738m, from where skiers can easily access the legendary Grand Couloir and explore further in the vast 3 Vallées ski area with 600 km of connected runs.

A mountain of possibilities

Ski & Cross country

Courchevel is part of the world’s largest ski area, les 3 Vallées which includes many classic runs, snowparks and more scenic cross-country routes. The ski domain is home to 7 resorts with 600 km of connected runs, 85% of which are above 1800m ensuring great snow and ski experience. The resort is accessible for all ages and levels with 180 green/blue slopes and over 140 more demanding red/black pistes.

Easy Rider areas allow everyone to ski in complete safety, with wide, gentle slopes perfect for children and beginners. The resort also sports many more picturesque slopes inviting skiers to have fun at their own pace alongside the family-friendly snow park and zip lines, providing entertainment for the whole family.

The latest trends

Glide down the marked slopes on an inflatable sledge with your Airboard, with friends on the connected Snakegliss, or explore the resort cross country with your equipment of choice be it moonbike, snowmobile, ski joëring, dog sledging or by foot and snowshoes…Endless possibilities in the vast resort with a delightful view, mountain restaurant and other surprises around every corner.


For all ski, nature and great outdoors enthusiasts


Ski-break or après-ski

Culinary delights

With over 100 restaurants Courchevel is sure to please all gourmets with its very own art-de-vivre. Culinary delights include typical Alpine heartwarming dishes making great use of the local products and French traditional cuisine with more surprising options from Michelin-starred restaurants such as Baumanière sitting right on the slopes. Vegetarians will enjoy the creative dishes at Le Sarkara.

SPA & relaxation

Mountain life is about finding the right balance, not the least between fulfilling activities and relaxing moments. Courchevel caters to all these with many spas dedicated to personal wellness. 

The fun Aquamotion provides added entertainment in the state-of-the-art luminous centre equipped with saunas, steam rooms and treatments as well as fitness facilities (gym, yoga…).

Gourmet and mountain-chic

Get a taste of local terroir favourites offered in Courchevel’s many bakeries, delis or go for the rustic charm of its cheese cooperatives. 

Enjoy strolling through the villages for some shopping with jewellers in traditional stone houses, florists, interior designers, and souvenir shops, not forgetting the latest trends in snow equipment and high-end fashion.

Bars & nightlife

Après ski comforts, fun ski bars, sports pubs, wine and expert mixology cocktail bars, and all-night clubs hosting international DJs, Courchevel (mainly Courchevel 1850 and 1650) has all the nightlife fun covered.

How to get to Courchevel

By train

The greener way to reach the Alps.

  • Travel directly to the Moûtiers TGV train station with direct lines from Paris, Grenoble or Lyon or internationally with Eurostar and Thalys from London, Brussels, Amsterdam or Rotterdam.
  • Access  Courchevel by taxi, direct bus service or car (between 30 min and 1 hour) from the Moûtiers Train Station. Contact our team if you wish to book a transfer shuttle service.

By car

From Paris (669 km)

Travel on the A6 motorway until Lyon before switching to the A43/E70 before taking the A430 and N90 to Moûtiers. Make the final ascent to Courchevel on the D915.

By flight

Reach Courchevel from the nearest airports

  • Genève -Cointrin (190 km)
  • Lyon (Saint-Exupéry) (185 km)
  • Grenoble (180 km)
  • Chambéry (100 km)

Contact our team if you wish to book a transfer shuttle service.

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