In the center of the French Alps, perfectly situated at the bottom of the slopes in Belvédère 1650, a neighborhood named for its altitude in meters, Ultima Courchevel is a private village composed of 13 independent chalets, each with four master suites, a gorgeous living room, and sun-drenched terraces. Three restaurants, a massive spa with indoor and outdoor pools and an aesthetic clinic, a high-tech cinema, and all the amenities and services you expect from a five-star resort create a cozy, ultra-luxurious atmosphere.
- Relax in the privacy of your own master guest suite, each is connected to a marble-clad bath with a soaking tub and separate shower, and most have access to private terraces
- Ultima Spa & Clinic offers a sauna, indoor and outdoor pools, a hammam, a Jacuzzi, and a fitness center, plus aesthetics services performed by licensed, experienced clinicians
- Leave all the details and special arrangements to your dedicated concierge, personal chef, and housekeeping governess
- Ski-in/ski-out access to the slopes and a ski school will prepare you for the adventure of a lifetime
- With 373 mi / 600 km of ski runs covering an area of 40 sq mi / 105 sq km, Courchevel is part of the largest lift-linked ski areas in the world
Courchevel is a world-class ski resort and part of the famous Les Trois Vallées region. Everything about Courchevel is high-end, from the perfectly groomed runs and state-of-the-art lift system to the Michelin-starred restaurants, glamorous nightlife, and stylish designer boutiques.
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Perfect for your family, a group of friends, or business associates, each of the 13 chalets in this luxury village has four master guest suites with connecting marble baths with a separate soaking tub and shower and the plushest towels. Designed to blend with the environment, the chalets incorporate the finest materials, including soft furnishings and textiles, to create warm and cozy interiors that convey the feeling of being at home, in complete comfort. Each chalet respects a similar design aesthetic, yet each remains slightly different, and luxury is ever-present.
A concierge, chauffeur, housekeeping governess, and private chef are all available to ensure every moment of your stay is carefree and memorable.
Get the very best features of a luxury hotel within the comforts of a residential setting.
Cocooning in your private chalet and savoring dishes presented by your own personal chef is tempting, though you will find it difficult not to journey into town. Courchevel has the most Michelin-starred restaurants in The Alps.
Le 1947 at Cheval Blanc, with three Michelin stars, presents innovative plates crafted each season and executed with finesse. The Chabichou, Le Kintessence, and Le Montgomerie are all two Michelin-starred restaurants that offer French haute-cuisine and some of the country's finest wines.
La Cabane des Bûcherons serves traditional Savoyard cuisine in a cozy mountain refuge. After your meal, return home by toboggan down a forest run.
The grand Ultima Spa & Clinic is designed with a nod to the yachting world, decorated with signature elements such as lavish teak, Baccarat crystal, and Kelsey Grey and Bahia Blanca marbles. A traditional hammam and a sauna, as well as indoor and outdoor pools and a suite of lounge beds complete this space dedicated to relaxation. Customized aesthetic clinic services are delivered with the same standards of luxury.
There are many events in Courchevel and Les Trois Vallées year round. From quirky local festivals to large scale sporting spectacles, your concierge can provide advice on local events and arrange activities including paragliding, hiking, horseback riding, golf, dog-sled excursions, and shopping outings in nearby Courchevel Center.
Courchevel has the most varied skiing in the region and a state-of-the-art lift system. Most of Courchevel's pistes are north-facing, so excellent snow conditions are common throughout the season. A good selection of beginner and nursery slopes are available and intermediate skiiers will find a variety of long, smooth blues and challenging reds. There are a number of black runs for more advanced skiers, such as the three Saulire couloirs. Snowboarders and freeride skiers should head to Val Thorens for the best off-piste powder.
Part of Les Trois Vallées, in the center of the French Alps, Courchevel also refers to the towns of Courchevel 1300, Courchevel 1550, Courchevel 1650, and Courchevel 1850, which are named for their altitudes in meters. The resort center of Courchevel is at 5,732 ft / 1,747 m.
Lyon Airport is 128 mi / 206 km from the chalets.
Geneva Airport is 87 mi / 140 km away.
The Courchevel Altiport is 20 minutes from Ultima Courchevel.