Ski enthusiasts have been heading to Courchevel for year for some of best snow and post-slopes activities.
Located in Trois Vallées, Courchevel is made up of four separate areas, each defined by its altitude in metres. Courchevel 1850, the largest of the four, is the one that draws the glitziest crowd as it offers some of best hotels, stylish chalets, Michelin-starred eateries and a diverse nightlife.
Don’t be daunted be season pro’s as the resort also cater for beginners so get you ski boots or or grab a snowboard and glide down some of the most picturesque slopes.
The newly opened L’Apogée Courchevel is the ultimate choice for a luxurious ski retreat and has raised the bar for hotels in Courchevel 1850. Not only do you get to enjoy stunning views from its location at the top of the former Olympic ski jump, but there is an indulgent spa with an indoor pool and Koori, a sushi restaurant that offers the very best in French Japanese cuisine.
Le Denali restaurant by the piste at the Grandes Alpes Private Hotel, or stop off at the Cap Horn altitude restaurant (pictured), next to the Pralong piste, where you can soak up the last rays of sunshine. For a luxurious dining experiences, make sure to book Le Chabichou, where chef Michel Rochedy has earned the place two Michelin stars.