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Chalet Passe Montagne is a warm, inviting chalet with a cosy, wood-clad lounge and charming Alpine décor. Guests in the chalet have exclusive use of a fabulous steam room to ease any achy limbs and can then relax with a glass of something in front of the stone fireplace before dinner is served. The balcony offers splendid views over the valley. All five bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms and in the largest room there's an extra bed if you are travelling in a group of three which offers great value. Conveniently situated close to the escalator up to the pistes, the other options to access the village are on foot (around six minutes), or the bus which stops close to the chalet. Passe Montagne has a boot warmer but guests are welcome to leave their equipment in our recommended ski hire shop overnight to make life easier in the mornings.
Ground floor:2 twin rooms,onewith shower, basin, w.c., one with bath, basin, w.c.. Steam room with shower. Separate w.c.
1st floor: Lounge/dining area with log fireplace. Kitchen. Balcony.
2nd floor:2 twin roomswith shower, basin and w.c.,1 large twin room(+£30pppw if occupied by 2) with bath, basin and w.c. (extra bed available).
Chalet board: cooked breakfast, afternoon tea and a 3-course evening meal with unlimited wine at dinner, coffee and mints 6 nights a week. Champagne reception with canapés on arrival, with Kir and canapés on Saturday. Cheeseboard once a week.
Your day starts with freshly brewed tea or coffee (don’t worry, we bring real teabags from the UK) and a spread of fresh crusty baguette and jams, yoghurt, fruit and cereals on the table. The cooked breakfast menu changes every day but includes bacon, sausages, eggs, French toast, grilled tomato, succulent mushrooms, Heinz baked beans…
Once you’ve returned from your tough day on the slopes, homemade afternoon tea is served and favourites range from classic treats such as scones with cream and jam to squidgy brownies or raspberry and white chocolate cupcakes. In the evening we let our experienced hosts use their imaginations and the fantastic fresh produce we have to create a mouthwatering 3-course menu for the week.
Unlimited red, rosé and white wines (from bottles, not boxes!) are served through dinner, (with coffee and chocolates in the comfy seats after your meal!)
If you’re a bit of a wine buff, you can pre-order our Wine Lover's Package which is just £40pp for 6 bottles of our upgraded selection - you choose whether you'd like 6 whites, 6 reds, our mixed selection or your very own combination of the above!
Children are equally well looked after. If you wish your youngsters to have an earlier tea – all homemade, fresh and nutritious, of course – then please let us know in advance so we can pass the message on to your host.
If there’s anything you’d rather not eat, whether for moral, sensory or digestive reasons, please don’t hesitate to let us know before you travel. We won’t charge you a penny extra.
•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.
Great for •Families •Groups •Luxury skiing •Foodies
Snow Report: Top 300cm, Bottom 180cm
Snow Forecast: 2cm expected this week
Snow History: December average depth 66.33cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Chambéry (CMF)||110 km, 1h20|
|Grenoble (GNB)||190 km, 2h10|
|Geneva (GVA)||140 km, 2h15|
Courchevel lift pass price last reported as €218 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Passe Montagne.
Night skiing: Yes, every Wednesday
Courchevel has N facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December – April.
|Top of slopes:||2738m|
|Bottom of piste:||1100m|
|Total length of trails:||150km|
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