Cheap Hotels in Courchevel
Located on the shores of the Biollay Lake at the heart of the Trois Vallées ski resort, our teams welcome you to a warm, mountain chalet-style establishment offering a magnificent view over the Saulire mountain range. Featuring 127 spacious rooms with balcony and wooden interior, the Mercure Courchevel hotel has 2 traditional restaurants, a bar, heated, outdoor, summer swimming pool and a convention center with 13 rooms equipped for the organization of events.
Located in Courchevel (Courchevel 1650), Hôtel Club Vacanciel Courchevel is minutes from Trois Vallées and Sainte-Agathe. This ski hotel is within close proximity of Marquis and Ariondaz Gondola.Rooms Stay in one of 80 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Satellite television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as desks and blackout drapes/curtains.Amenities Enjoy the convenience of ski-in/ski-out access at this hotel, which also features an outdoor pool and a spa tub. Additional features at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access and ski storage.Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Hôtel Club Vacanciel Courchevel. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Buffet breakfasts are available daily for a fee.Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include multilingual staff, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Chalet-hôtel Coq de Bruyere Hotel
Hotel Les Ancolies
The hotel is situated in Courchevel 1550, directly linked with Courchevel 1850 by gondola (4 minutes from the Croisette). It is near the heart of the village and the ski lifts are 100 m from the hotel via the ski slopes or a 5-minute walk away. Guests will find restaurants and bars within around 300 m. The nearest bus station is around 200 m away, and there is a railway station around 2.5 km from the hotel. Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport is around 160 km away. This charming ski hotel was renovated in 2010 and offers a total of 32 rooms. Guests are welcomed in a bright and cosy lobby with 24-hour check-out service. Facilities at this establishment include a hotel safe, newspaper stand, wireless Internet access, a bar and room service. Those arriving by car may leave their vehicle in the hotel car park or garage (fees apply to the latter). Rooms feature local stone and wood, creating a cosy atmosphere. Guests are sure to enjoy the tranquillity of the comfortable rooms with balconies over-looking the mountain. All are en suite with a shower, bath and a hairdryer. In-room amenities include a direct dial telephone, flat-screen satellite TV and wireless Internet access to help guests stay in touch with the rest of the world during their holiday. A safety deposit box and individually regulated heating also feature as standard. The relaxation centre is open all day long and includes a sauna and hammam, a hot tub and a hydrotherapy shower. There is also an on-site physical therapist offering a range of massage treatments upon request. The restaurant welcomes guests every evening in a romantic and intimate atmosphere, dimly-lit by oil lamps and surrounded by peaceful snowy fir-trees. Meals are available à la carte.
Hotels in Courchevel
Courchevel is part of the wider Three Valleys region of France – the largest connected skiing area in the world. It's a classy, refined resort within the French Alps, claimed to have attractively short queues for the ski lifts.
At the last count, there were 11 Courchevel hotels with a 5-star rating. When France introduced a sixth star for truly outstanding ‘palace' hotels in 2011, only around eight or nine hotels in the country met this standard. Two of them are in Courchevel's lush and green Jardin Alpin district. There are more affordable and budget hotels on the other end of the scale, found lower down the mountains.
The area of Courchevel includes several small towns known for their ski chalets and slopes. Each was originally named for its altitude above sea level: 1300, 1550, 1650 and 1850. The towns were renamed in 2012.
Courchevel 1300 is also known as Le Praz, and hosted the ski jumping contests at the 1992 Olympics. It marks the end of the alpine ski route down from Courchevel 1850, which is more commonly known as just Courchevel.
The higher number of green and blue difficulty level ski runs at Courchevel 1650 (Moriond) makes it popular with families. There are also ski and snowboard schools to get you up to speed.
Things to do in Courchevel
Skiing is the main attraction, yet the resort offers plenty to keep the whole family entertained. If you fancy coming down the mountain through the air instead of on land, book a hang gliding or paragliding session.
Go bowling at Bowling 3000 in Courchevel 1850. The lanes have special bumpers for the kids. Other indoor activities include the Plaza du Forum Olympic ice rink and foreign language classes.
The spa experience in Courchevel is not to be missed. Relax après-ski in a heated pool or outdoor hot tub. Most of the high-end hotels also offer massages, hair and beauty treatments and a sauna.
Food and drink
Courchevel boasts the most Michelin-starred restaurants – and the most stars overall – of any ski resort.
Le Chabichou has held its two stars since 1984. Inside the pair of crisp white chalets, the service is discreet and the food is simply incredible.
As with the shops, hotels and other attractions, prices for food drop with the altitude. L'Eterlou in Courchevel 1650 offers pizza that's a little less posh.
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