Hotel Carlina (1850), Courchevel

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We liked the hotel. Location is ski in, ski out, so we were straight out on the slopes with no problem at all. The staff were generally nice, we had no problems there, though there were a couple of issues: From the food point of view, they could cater a bit better for kids – it was a good restaurant with goo... + more
C. Graham
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Location - where is Hotel Carlina (1850)

  • Fantastic ski-in/ski-out location right on the Bellecôte piste, just 1-2 minutes’ walk (150m) to the centre of the resort and la Croisette.

Overview - hotel description - Hotel Carlina (1850) description

The Hotel Carlina is one of the finest hotels in the Alps, offering superb facilities and luxurious accommodation with exceptional panoramic views. Beneath the traditional chalet exterior lies a modern luxurious hotel and spa, with grand reception areas and sumptuously appointed rooms.


Families - any extra notes for parents with children

Baby sitting not provided by hotel. Reception can call an independent baby sitter). From 1830 on advance request. A kid's meal can also be brought to the room from 1730 on advanced request.

  • Baby sitting - day
  • Baby sitting - evening
  • Child's Menu
  • Cots & Linen
  • Early meals available in restaurant
  • Games room
  • Highchairs in restaurant
  • Hotel family friendly
  • Baby listening service
  • Play room

Facilities - Hotel Carlina (1850) features

  • Facilities Lounge bar
  • Restaurant
  • Indoor pool, jacuzzi, Turkish bath, sauna and fitness room (Free)
  • Massage (pay locally)
  • Piste-side sun terrace
  • Games room
  • Garage (€154 per week)
  • Lift
  • Swimming pool (indoor)
  • Indoor jacuzzi
  • Sauna
  • Solarium
  • Entertainment
  • Hair salon
  • Games room
  • Lounge area
  • WiFi
  • Room service
  • Sterling currency exchange
  • Safe deposit box
  • Laundry service
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Cash dispenser
  • Dogs accepted
  • Fitness room
  • Check in 15:00. Check out 12:00. There is secure luggage storage.


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • No. of rooms: 60
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 6
  • Official rating: 5
  • 63 Bedrooms
  • The beautifully decorated twin rooms have bath with shower attachment, safe, satellite TV, telephone, radio and hairdryer.
  • North-facing rooms are on the ground floor, can take a third bed and can also be occupied as singles at a supplement.
  • South or west-facing rooms with a balcony are also available at a supplement (please note these cannot be adjacent to north-facing rooms).

Bedroom facilities

  • Cable or satellite programmes
  • Extra bed rollaway possible
  • Hairdryer
  • Radio
  • Telephone

Accessibility

  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No

This hotel is not very accessible for wheelchairs due to the steps at the entrance.


Meals - food and drink in Hotel Carlina (1850)

  • Buffet breakfast and 5 course evening meals with choice of courses.
  • Christmas and New Year gala dinners included.
  • Guests may dine around at Hotels Bellecôte, Palace des Neiges and Ducs de Savoie where half board is credited towards the cost of dinner (except Christmas and New Year).
  • Dress code for restaurants:

    Informal

  • Breakfast service:

    Buffet

  • Dinner service:

    Waiter

Board basis options available

  • Half Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Diabetics - Insulin can be stored
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegans
  • Vegetarians
We update Hotel Carlina (1850)'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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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

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Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm

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Snow History: December average depth 66.33cm

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 Hotel Carlina (1850).
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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"Carlina New Year 2015/16"

C. Graham
3/ out of 5
We liked the hotel. Location is ski in, ski out, so we were straight out on the slopes with no problem at all. The staff were generally nice, we had no problems there, though there were a couple of issues: From the food point of view, they could cater a bit better for kids – it was a good restaurant with good food, but the meals were a bit rich for kids. On New Year ’s Eve they had a 200 euro supplement for dinner, so we didn’t bother with that! It was Russian Christmas on the 6th January and because the hotel is quite top end, it was very busy that week. We came down for a drink one evening and the whole bar had been reserved for the Russians – no space had been put aside for other guests which would have been nice (we did manage to sneak down later on and get a place). I think it’s just that time of year, it would have been less busy later in the month. Our room was a twin with another bed put in to fit the 3 of us, it would have been ok with 2 but was a wee bit cramped for us.
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C. Graham