Courchevel gives you alpine charm at its finest – including a superb selection of chalet accommodation. Most of our catered chalets can be found scattered around glitzy 1850, sunny 1650/Moriond and peaceful 1550/Village. You can choose between properties near the slopes and the town centre, depending on whether you want to maximise ski time or party time.
Whether you’re looking for a family chalet, group chalet, somewhere with a single rooms or some seriously high-end accommodation, this page will show you chalets of every shape, size and style available. Most come with flights and transfers included, but we also have some brilliant accommodation-only options – select ‘independent travel’ instead of an airport at the top of the page to see what’s available.
Along with log fires and Alpine charm, chalet catering is one of the best things about this type of ski holiday. The general rule is that breakfasts, afternoon tea and suppers with wine are included with the cost of your stay, on 5 or 6 days out of 7. The other day/s, the chalet hosts have time off, leaving you to help yourself to breakfast and pick a restaurant for dinner. You’ve all kinds of options when it comes to eating out in Courchevel, from friendly pizzerias to some of the most acclaimed eateries on the planet. The kind of chalet food provided changes from property to property – at the very top end of the scale, you’ll find chefs with Michelin star experience and bottomless champagne, while simpler abodes offer up hearty homecooked classics with house wines.
If you’re visiting Courchevel as a family or with a few friends, one of our smaller chalets could be just the ticket. Match the number of guests with the chalet’s number of beds and you can have the whole place to yourselves. Chalet La Terrasse is one of the tiddliest on our books, sleeping 4, while Chalet Samuel has room for 6-8.
If you like the sound of chalet catering but prefer the size and facilities of hotels, this is your perfect solution. Chalet Hotel Crystal 2000 can sleep 148 guests, while Chalet Hotel Les Anemoneshosts up to 73.
Get a bunch of your pals under one (snow-capped) roof for a ski holiday to remember. Bagging a chalet for sole occupancy gives you the entire place to yourselves, which means you can make as little or much noise as you like. There are hosts to take care of the cooking and housework, so all that’s left is to enjoy good times together. Our favourite group chalets have games rooms and outdoor hot tubs to make everyone’s stay even better.
By looks alone, Courchevel’s charming wooden chalets make fabulously fairy-tale bases for families. Throw in pools, playrooms, childcare and special menus for little’uns and you have a week that the whole clan will remember for years to come. A shared family chalet puts you with other families, where kids can entertain each other while adults socialise. Often you can’t book in to these without children, so you don’t have to worry about contending with a group of party mad students come bedtime. Booking out a chalet just for you and yours gives you a home from home in the Alps, where you can hold onto the usual routines and enjoy quality time together without having to worry about other guests.
Courchevel’s one of just a few original mountain towns in the French Alps, and unlike newer, purpose-built resorts, not every chalet is ski in, ski out. That doesn’t mean access to the slopes isn’t excellent, with luxuries like travellators, heated streets and chalet chauffeurs to make getting around easy as pie. It doesn’t mean you can’t find ski in, ski out properties either – use the filters at the top of the page to view all of our Courchevel chalets with doorstep skiing.
If any ski resort knows how to do luxury, it’s Courchevel, and the chalets here are certainly no exception. British royals, Hollywood stars and Russian oligarchs frequent the most exclusive alpine abodes here, where you’ll find facilities like private spas and swimming pools, antique furnishings and some of the best food and wine you’ve ever experienced. Make your chalet holiday even more luxurious by flying into Courchevel’s Altiport by private jet or helicopter, and lunching in a different Michelin starred restaurant for each day of the week...
If you haven’t got a private plane to whisk you to the Altiport, our packages with flights and transfers included are the next best thing. Save the time and money you’d spend planning and paying for travel separately by telling us your nearest regional airport and letting us take care of the rest. Once you’ve landed in France, a transfer service will be waiting to collect you and before you know it, you’ll be arriving in Courchevel for a wonderful week on the snow.
Chalets in Courchevel 1850
Bagging top spot of the resort bases and oozing some serious luxury, Courchevel 1850 is THE place to stay if you want to ski and be seen: flagship designer shops, exclusive bars and restaurants – even heated streets - come together to form one of the poshest ski villages in the world. La Croisette is the main lift hub, whizzing you up into the mighty 3 Valleys ski area. The most exclusive properties here are part of gated enclaves like Hameau de Cachemire. Superior chalets in 1850 come with hot tubs, swimming pools and gourmet catering to ensure your trip is luxurious indoors and out.
Chalets in Courchevel Moriond / 1650
A little closer to sea level, Courchevel 1650 - AKA Moriond - is a little less exclusive than 1850, has cheery après and beginner-friendly access on greens and blues. For families, it’s hard to beat. Our chalets in 1650 come in all shapes and sizes; stay in Chalet Cascades if you’re looking for a big chalet with a sociable atmosphere or for a cosier, more intimate feel, book a group of 8 into Chalet Le Misti and you can have a smaller property to yourselves without paying surcharges for empty beds.
Chalets in Courchevel Le Praz
Served by a trio of red runs and the Praz and Foret ski lifts, it’s a widely accepted fact that Le Praz is the prettiest village in Courchevel. Snowy forest, winding cobblestone streets and postcard perfect chalets set the scene here. Besides good downhill ski access, the village also works well for those cross country skiing or snowshoeing.
Chalets in Courchevel Village / 1650
Sometimes called Courchevel 1550, this is a lower village with a more peaceful setting away from the main hub. Because it’s further down the valley, booking a chalet here is often a cheaper way to stay in Courchevel. There’s still excellent access to the ski area, via the Grangettes gondola and Tovets chairlift and back on blue and red runs.
If you want a ski chalet in a high-class resort in the world’s biggest ski area, Courchevel is your place. To expand your search to consider chalets in other French resorts, click here, or view everything available worldwide here.
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