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Cheval Blanc Courchevel : absolute luxury at the top the French Alps

Cheval Blanc Courchevel : absolute luxury at the top the French Alps

Nestled within the French Alps, Cheval Blanc Courchevel is a luxurious mountain cabin located 1850 metres above sea level.

The Cheval Blanc Courchevel, the last word in luxury hotels in this glamorous Savoy ski town, is owned by the LVMH Group. Designed by the architects of Atelier COS and Sybille de Margerie, this intimate and welcoming setting, where art can be found everywhere you look, features a decidedly modern design. The hotel’s lobby also includes a Louis Vuitton boutique with an exclusive collection of products.

Absolute luxury at Cheval Blanc Courchevel

Enjoy a truly exceptional dining experience at the hotel’s restaurant, 1947, which is named after the most prestigious vintage of Saint-Emilion. 1947 is the city’s sole three-starred restaurant and is overseen by the chef Yannick Alléno. Watch the venue’s adept and expert servers go about their work against a refined and sophisticated backdrop. The restaurant’s menu features bold pairings that underscore the dishes’ seasonal products.

Cheval Blanc Courchevel room
The hotel’s rooms, which are some of the largest available in Courchevel, are designed with your utmost comfort in mind. © DR
Cheval Blanc Courchevel restaurant
One of France’s most well-known chefs reigns over this cosy setting. © DR

Watch skiers from the spa

When it comes to your well-being, the hotel’s spa will treat you to a sensory-rich journey through the world of Guerlain along with a view of its alpine garden. Featuring a shimmering infinity pool, ice fountain, steam room, sauna, indoor and outdoor Jacuzzis, aqua bike, and Russian steam bath, the spa features everything you need to spoil yourself with invigorating or relaxing treatments as you watch the snow fall on the slopes of Les Trois-Vallées.

Cheval Blanc Courchevel pool
Cut into the rock and featuring a pebbled bottom, the chromotherapy infinity pool is the best place to go after a day on the slopes. © DR

The last word in luxury hotel experiences, at 1850 metres above sea level