Chalet Hotel Coq De Bruyere, Courchevel

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4.7 out of 5 based on 3 reviews
In 1850 you’re never far from the lifts but this chalet hotel was particularly good as you just nip round the back and ski away - come out, go round the corner and there’s a run down to the chairlift. You could ski back the same way, it was heaven! The food was absolutely excellent and they were very gener... + more
Maureen & Dave, Hertfordshire
4 out of 5
The chalet is absolutely fantastic, I can’t complain at all. Everyone there was seriously brilliant. The location is perfect, you walk out the door, turn right and within two minutes you’re on the piste. There’s an uphill or downhill option to get to the slopes and I didn’t go the other way, but it was the... + more
Clinton Marquardt, Guildford
5 out of 5
A top position in one of the world’s leading resorts... and within only a few minutes walk to La Croisette and in the heart of Courchevel 1850 for some of that (in)famous après ski. You can pretty much ski right to the chalet (within approximately 40m). The five course meals are professionally cooked by a tal... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
5 out of 5
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Accommodation
Catered Chalet
Flights Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Overview - chalet description - Chalet Hotel Coq De Bruyere description

NB: Next year chalet catering will be 5 nights catered not 6, for winter 2018/2019 (i.e. guests eat out 2 nights, if staying in this property).

La Croisette is the lively epicentre of 1850 next to the World Cup slalom stadium, where all the main ski-lifts start, the ski-school meets, and skiers throng to the après ski bars.The recognised absolute best place to stay. From here, you have a choice of bars, restaurants and everything that 1850 has to offer conveniently close at hand. On top of that, there is supremely easy access to the slopes, with the Loze piste literally just metres away.

The open-plan lounge and bar area was refurnished last year and with its open fireplace, is the ideal place to enjoy a pre- or post-dinner drink in the evenings. There is also a small separate DVD lounge or ‘snug’, providing additional space to relax, so don’t forget a few DVD’s.

The attractive dining-room opens off the bar, and provides the ideal setting for our skiers’ buffet breakfast and ‘Culinary Choice’ evening meals. All the bedrooms have private en suite facilities, with a choice of showers or baths and wc, and many also have a balcony. The third bed in the triple rooms is suitable only for a child under 13 years.


Facilities - Chalet Hotel Coq De Bruyere features

  • Superb location in 1850 resort centre, just two minutes' walk (200m) from La Croisette
  • Skiing virtually to and from the doorstep
  • 'Loze' piste just along the street, leading to Plantrey chairlift
  • Attractive restaurant
  • Cosy lounge area and bar with open fireplace
  • Chalet Hotel catering with wine included

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Ground Floor

    • Main entrance, Bar, DVD Snug, Ski and boot room, Reception, Dining-room, Kitchen, 2 wcs

First Floor

      • Rooms 31,34 &35
        Double with TV, shower/wc and balcony
      • Room 32
        Twin with TV, shower/wc and balcony
      • Room 33
        Double/child triple with TV, shower/wc and balcony
      • Room 36
        Twin/child triple with TV, shower/wc
      • Room 41
        Twin with TV, shower/wc
      • Rooms 37 &38
        Single with TV, shower/wc
      • Room 40
        Double with TV, shower and bath/wc

Second Floor

      • Rooms 42, 48, 49, 50 &51
        Double with TV, shower/wc and balcony
      • Rooms 43,47 &52
        Twin/child triple with TV, shower/wc and balcony
      • Room 44
        Double/child triple with TV, shower/wc and balcony
      • Rooms 45&46
        Twin with TV, shower/wc and balcony

Third Floor

      • Room 53
        Double with TV, shower/wc and balcony
      • Rooms 54,55&58
        Twin/child triple with TV, shower/wc and balcony
      • Room 56
        Double/child triple with TV, shower/wc and balcony
      • Room 57
        Twin with TV, shower/wc and balcony
      • Room 59
        Single with TV, shower/wc and balcony
      • Rooms 60&61
        Double/child triple with TV, bath/wc and balcony

Additional Information

      • Supplements per person per night: Shower/wc/balcony £4; Bath/wc/balcony £5; Single room shower/wc £11.50; Single room shower/wc/balcony £13.50

Meals - food and drink in Chalet Hotel Coq De Bruyere

We set very high standards for our cuisine, and train our staff extensively before the season starts, to ensure that you will thoroughly enjoy every meal on your holiday with us. We also take our Health and Safety responsibilities extremely seriously, so all our chalet and Chalet Hotel staff involved in food preparation are trained to the City & Guilds qualification – Level 2 in Food Safety during the pre-season training course. For six days of the week for our 2017/18 season, and five days of the week for 2018/19, our staff prepare all your meals, as described below.

Breakfast

A good breakfast is essential on a ski holiday, so we provide both a hot option, as well as a continental selection with a choice of cereals or porridge, fruit juices, plentiful tea, coffee and bread (and croissants in France), cold meats, cheese and preserves, which is normally presented buffet-style for you to help yourself. On our staff's day(s) off, only the continental breakfast will be provided.

Piste Picnics

Our Chalet Hotels can also prepare a packed lunch for you on request, at a small local charge. For skiers keen to keep their Euro-spending to an absolute minimum, this is the ideal way to keep your costs down!

Afternoon Tea

The traditional 'welcome home' after a day on the slopes will be laid out for you in your chalet or Chalet Hotel, ready for your return, every day except on the staff's day(s) off. A good cup of tea or coffee is the perfect accompaniment to a delicious slice of freshly home-baked cake and keeps hungry skiers happy until dinner is ready.

Dinner

2017/18 season cuisine

A three-course adult-only chalet dinner starts with Prosseco, followed by an appetiser, main course and dessert, and completed by coffee to round off your evening. Your choice of complimentary quality red and white wines is unlimited during the meal service, and chilled water is also of course always available.

2018/19 season cuisine

Our hosts will cook you a three-course adult only meal 5 nights a week. Consisting of an appetiser, main course and dessert – with unlimited complimentary red, white and rosé wine during service! The staff nights off are a great opportunity to experience some local restaurents and cuisine. Speak to your resort representative for recommendations and help with reservations.

Our Quality Wines

We are very proud of our wine selection for chalets and Chalet Hotels, which combines crisp and fruity whites with medium to full bodied reds, for a variety of palates. In our Chalet Hotels we also offer an additional light fresh rosé to our guests’ choice. We select our wines in conjunction with our good friends Nicolas and Véronique – the third generation in the Perret family’s fine wine business based in the Savoie. Nicolas is a qualified wine expert, having trained at the prestigious Burgundy Wine University in Beaune. Each season in October, Nicolas & Véronique bring over a new selection for us to sample (someone has to do it!) and together we choose our wines for the coming season, based on our menus and their pure enjoyment factor. Wine is an incredibly subjective and emotive subject, however the feedback we have received from our guests over recent seasons endorses our aims of providing wines to enhance your meal and to suit most tastes. We hope you will enjoy them as much as we do!

Children's High Tea

In Chalets and Chalet Hotels with family guests, High Tea provides children under 13 years with a healthy menu, tailored more towards children's tastes and puréed food is available for infants on request. High Tea is at 5.30pm, and children do not join the main adult-only dinner.

Children's High Tea in Chalet Hotels

Families staying in one of our Chalet Hotels may choose to eat separately (High Tea at 5:30pm) or all dine together at the later adult dinner time if children who have received a child discount pay the meal upgrade charge of £39 at the time of booking only.

Vegetarian and Special Diets

Vegetarian options are always on our 'Culinary Choice' menu in our Chalet Hotels, and are available in our chalets - just advise us at time of bookings so that we can ensure that our staff can prepare. Other special diets can generally be catered for at a cost of £35 per person per week. Any dietary requirements must be advised to us at the time of booking in order for us to be fully prepared.

Christmas and New Year

All of our chalets and Chalet Hotels will serve a traditional Christmas dinner with a glass of Champagne to start off the evening. This will include roast turkey with all of the trimmings, Christmas pudding, mince pies, crackers and party hats plus a fantastic Alpine atmosphere in which to enjoy the day.
A special festive menu will also be served on New Year’s Eve, alongside the added bonus that many resorts put on fantastic firework displays. A glass of fizz, whilst watching fireworks over the snow-capped peaks of the Alps.. what better way to bring in the New Year!

NB: Next year chalet catering will be 5 nights catered not 6, for winter 2018/2019 (i.e. guests eat out 2 nights, if staying in this property).

We update Chalet Hotel Coq De Bruyere's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

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This package holiday to Chalet Hotel Coq De Bruyere in Courchevel, France departs Sunday 11th February 2018, for a 7 night stay on a "catered chalet" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.
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Resort - about Courchevel - about holidays in Courchevel - about ski holidays in Courchevel - about ski holidays in Courchevel France

5 star luxury resort Vast 3 Valleys Traditional chocolate box villages & chalets Lots of ski in/ski out

Attractive, traditional and oozing style, Courchevel ticks all the boxes for a first class ski holiday. With masses of amenities and a quality area that’s well linked within the rest of the Three Valleys - not to mention an infectiously glam atmosphere - it’s no wonder Courchevel’s one of the most popular ski resorts in the world.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Groups Luxury skiing Foodies

Courchevel webcam

Snow Report: Top 300cm, Bottom 180cm

Snow Forecast: 2cm expected this week

Snow History: November average depth 15.67cm

Courchevel trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Chambéry (CMF)110 km, 1h20
Grenoble (GNB)190 km, 2h10
Geneva (GVA)140 km, 2h15
Region:France, Alps.
First opened:1945

Courchevel lift pass price last reported as €218 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Hotel Coq De Bruyere.
Night skiing: Yes, every Wednesday
Courchevel has N facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December – April.

Town altitude: 1850m
Top of slopes: 2738m
Bottom of piste: 1100m
Vertical drop: 1400m
Total length of trails:150km
Longest piste:7.7km
Divided into five villages - each known by its altitude - the Courchevel area provides a series of settings to suit different tastes, group make-ups and budgets. For pure, champagne-popping indulgence, VIP area Courchevel 1850 oozes exclusivity and no-limits luxury. It's the largest and highest of the villages, and with a private airport, twelve Michelin stars between its restaurants, two palace hotels and a bundle of designer boutiques, it's a seriously swanky stomping ground for the fashionable, famous and aff...
Ideal for those at the genesis of their skiing career, a socking great 60% of slopes here are beginner friendly. There's a 'Stop Zone' where learners can safely conquer the basics before hitting the slopes, and 4 beginner areas (called Zen Zones) where you can gently progress – find two in the main area and one each in Moriond and Le Praz. As part of the effort to making the resort child friendly, fun for sprogs the focus of the Indiens piste, where little ones can enjoy face painting, a treasure trail and many...
Après ski in 1850 is the height of sophistication. Enjoy a cosy fireside cocktail in Le Stanleys or Les Ducs de Savoie, two of the resort's many piano bars; sample fine wine and champagne in Le P'tit Drink or head to La Grange or L'Arc (formally Les Caves) for an uber posh clubbing scene. Down in 1650, you can fully appreciate the stunning surroundings at The Signal bar. Les Schuss is good for a quiet drink in a traditional Savoyarde setting and if you're looking for live music and a vibrant atmosphere, try Roc...

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"Amazing location, excellent food, same old problem of not enough storage"

Maureen & Dave, Hertfordshire
4/ out of 5
In 1850 you’re never far from the lifts but this chalet hotel was particularly good as you just nip round the back and ski away - come out, go round the corner and there’s a run down to the chairlift. You could ski back the same way, it was heaven! The food was absolutely excellent and they were very generous with portions. The staff really couldn’t have done more for you – whatever we asked for we got. We did find our room very small – there weren’t enough hooks which is the same old thing with ski hotels. We had enough hangers for our evening clothes but ski clothes are just so bulky you end up with a lot of stuff, it’s a bit of a pain when you’re moving stuff in and out of your suitcase every day. We had one of the front rooms and from what we could see, the rooms at the back were larger. They didn’t have balconies but I think I would forego a balcony for a bit more space. It’s not the most luxurious, but what ski hotels are? When you’re skiing all day all you need is somewhere to lay your head. Overall we had a brilliant week.

"If I was to recommend anywhere to stay, I’d recommend this chalet."

Clinton Marquardt, Guildford
5/ out of 5
The chalet is absolutely fantastic, I can’t complain at all. Everyone there was seriously brilliant. The location is perfect, you walk out the door, turn right and within two minutes you’re on the piste. There’s an uphill or downhill option to get to the slopes and I didn’t go the other way, but it was the same distance both ways. Inside was a bit of both traditional and modern. It was a little tired and could do with dolling up but the staff kept everything in very good shape. They did some little games nights and quizzes to get people together and sent you to different tables every evening to get you involved. At first I thought it would be a bit silly but it was a fantastic way to become friendly with all the people there. I wouldn’t call the food particularly French, it was a bit of everything from duck to venison. They did tea in the evenings 3 hours before dinner and the stuff they came out with was amazing. I always wanted to stay in Courchevel but never thought I would be able to afford it until Coq de Bruyere which made it more affordable. I went into some expensive hotels which were cold and impersonal, I much preferred the Coq de Bruyere.

"Wonderful food and hosting in a world beater"

Sno man, Sno Staff
5/ out of 5
A top position in one of the world’s leading resorts... and within only a few minutes walk to La Croisette and in the heart of Courchevel 1850 for some of that (in)famous après ski. You can pretty much ski right to the chalet (within approximately 40m). The five course meals are professionally cooked by a talented chief and his small team, so you can expect your meals to be (almost) as exciting as your skiing, with a nice drop or three (strictly as a digestif of course). Because of the location and superb levels of service, this place is among the best value for money catered chalets in town.
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