Compelling, prestigious and exclusive, Courchevel 1850 is set apart from other ski resorts by its dazzling array of Michelin-starred restaurants and internationally renowned skiing. Situated within the breathtaking Les Trois Vallées, the world’s largest connected ski area, Courchevel offers unsurpassable skiing opportunities with 150km of alpine ski runs from beginner-friendly to some of the world’s most challenging. With fairytale scenery, luxury without limit and the culinary adventures of a lifetime, Courchevel will leave you hankering for more.

Off the slope you can browse the exclusive collection of designer boutiques, visit the Aquamotion centre, the largest European waterpark in the mountains, with its many pools, saunas and a climbing wall, unwind at one of Courchevel’s sensational spas or stay in and be pampered with a blissful deep relaxation massage. A gastronomic journey through Courchevel’s world-class restaurants would encompass one or more of its five two-Michelin starred restaurants including Cheval Blanc’s exquisite Le 1947 with chef Yannick Alléno, K2’s intimate haven, Le Kintessence or Pierre Gagnaire at the Palace Les Airelles. For sushi at an altitude of 2100m, eat at Le Cap Horn and drink in its ravishing sun terrace views.