Courchevel has made an international reputation for itself as being an innovator in Alpine luxury.
Hotel Le K2 Palace, a 5-star development extends that legacy further. The hotel is comprised of a hamlet of 5 luxury chalets with 29 rooms in total. It has an excellent location with ski in, ski out access to the Cospillot piste, close to the centre of 1850 and offering magnificent views over the valley. The hotel has been designed with the Alps and Himalayas in mind, blending a mix of traditional and contemporary features.
The facilities offered at Le K2 Palace are exceptional; a large spa with a light, water and fire theme, swimming pool with panoramic scenic views, luxury boutiques, cinema room and a video games room all keep you entertained off the slopes.
Hotel De Charme Les Airelles is one of several 5 star hotels in Courchevel. During the 1992 Winter Olympic Games in Albertville, Les Airelles was home of the International Olympic Committee. Situated in the heart of the Jardin Alpin, the hotel makes the most of this exceptional location – a very prestigious and beautiful setting with ski runs at the door. Guests are invited to rediscover the style and authenticity of another time, in the spirit of the grand chalet of the past.
Located beside the slopes, the hotel offers ski in – ski out facilities. In addition, the ski valet is on hand to assist with you all your equipment, and guide you to the Trois Vallées, one of the greatest ski areas in the world.
The warm ambiance of the Savoyard region is evident in every room. Each one has an atmosphere of cozy intimacy created by hand-painted wood, and is richly decorated in exclusive fabrics designed for Les Airelles.
The first post-war hotel on Courchevel, Hotel des Trois Vallées (meaning three valleys hotel) is situated at the foot of the resort’s world-class ski slopes. At the time of its construction in the 1950s, post-war modernists contemplated a new way of mountain living—this landmark hotel came to epitomize just that.
With its recent renovation, this spirit of Hotel des Trois Vallées has been carefully preserved, including most of the hotel’s original furniture by the likes of Charlotte Perriand, Jean Prouvé, and Pierre Paulin. These iconic designs greet guests at a lobby that opens out to the bar and dining room that serves traditional cuisine. The spa, with sauna, Turkish bath, and a large Jacuzzi, is awash in natural materials and is a great showcase of modernist mountain design.