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Courchevel Ski Holidays

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.





At a glance: • Luxury resort • 3 Valleys ski area • Traditional chocolate box villages & chalets • Lots of ski-in ski-out

Great for: • Families • Groups • Luxury skiing • Foodies

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.

Courchevel Resort

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, Courchevel 1850 oozes exclusivity and no-limits luxury. It's the largest and highest of the villages and boasts a private airport, twelve Michelin stars between its restaurants, two palace hotels, and many designer boutiques. It's a seriously swanky stomping ground for the fashionable, famous and affluent.

A more budget-conscious family-favourite with good après ski is Courchevel 1650 / Moriond. This sunny hamlet is particularly convenient for families and beginners being surrounded by easy green and blue runs.

Courchevel 1550 / Courchevel Village is another good 'un for families seeking a quieter, good value ski holiday with easy access to 1850 as well as the rest of the Three Valleys.

Old-time traditional charm is preserved perfectly in Courchevel 1300 / Le Praz, a quiet alpine village with choc box chalets and only a few bars and shops. It hosts the ski jump from the '92 Olympics, and there's a beautiful piste that takes you to the village from 1850.

Lower down, Courchevel 1100 / Saint Bon is the village where it all began and home to the Lac Bleu, Courchevel's first-ever hotel, which opened in 1925 - though most opt not to stay so low down the mountain these days. Apart from 1100, you can virtually ski-in ski-out from much accommodation, which is a massive bonus and a handy bus service also provides transfers between the areas.

With well over 100 shops and restaurants, the various villages have a lot to offer and an equally diverse number of amenities. Families are catered for fabulously throughout, with various childcare services and crèches, and the resort was awarded the 'Famille Plus Montagne' label in 2010.

With 63 lifts giving fast access to the 119 pistes in the local area, getting around is a breeze. Courchevel alone has oodles of runs to enjoy. Still, it's also linked to the biggest ski area in the world, The Three Valleys, and there's always more to explore in the linked ski resorts of Meribel, La Tania, St Martin de Belleville, Brides-Les-Bains, Les Menuires, Orelle and Val Thorens.

Stats & FAQ

Location: France, Alps.

Established: 1945

Open: December – April

Downhill: 150km

View our detailed Courchevel snow forecast or snow report and see all live webcams, piste maps, road and travel maps and lift pass prices. For a picture of historic snow conditions see the snow depths month by month with our Courchevel snow history.

Nearest Airport & Transfer Time:
Chambéry (CMF)110 km, 1h30
Grenoble (GNB)190 km, 2h10
Geneva (GVA)140 km, 2h30
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • 85km 57%

  • 53km 35%

  • 12km 8%

Top Altitude:2738m
Bottom Altitude:1100m
Resort Altitude:1850m
Longest run:7.7km
Slope Orientation:N
Vertical Drop:1400m
Skiable Vertical:1400m
Night Skiing:

Snow Report

  • Top
  • 210cm
  • Base
  • N/Acm
  • Forecast
  • 40cm

Web Cam

Courchevel web cams
Downhill Runs:150km
Beginner slopes:57%
Advanced slopes:8%
Lift Pass Price: €321 (adult 6 day 3 Valleys ski pass)
Nearby resorts: Les Menuires, Meribel, La Tania, Val Thorens, Saint Martin De Belleville, Brides les Bains

Skiing/BoardingSkiing in Courchevel

Ideal for those at the genesis of their skiing career, 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 make the resort child friendly, the Indiens piste focuses on fun for kids. Activities here include face painting, a treasure trail and many other activities around a Tepee-style village.

Like all resorts in the Three Valleys, there's no chance of experienced skiers and boarders having a dull moment. Intermediates and experts will want to head to the Saulire / Creux slopes, where awesome red and black runs stream down from snow-sure altitudes of 2000m - 2700m. Reds worth skiing include Park City and the Creux (well-conditioned with 46 snow cannons). Experts can't miss the challenging black runs that lead to Le Praz and the legendary Grand Couloir and Chanrossa. The near 2000m vertical from La Saulire to Bozelm is another must ski, and there's no end of off-piste terrain and mogul runs too. Heli-skiing is also available if you want to push the boat out and sample some untouched powder. For a slice of slalom action, there is often a course set up above 1850 where you can race against the clock.

With comparatively few drag lifts, this place has plenty to offer snowboarders too. The Wood Park's eco modules are a blast, and there's a good boardercross at the Snake Park. The Family Park is a super meeting place for fun in the snow with loved ones – kitted out with play areas, organised snowball fights and fun jumps, rails and obstacles.

Courchevel Apres Ski

Après ski in 1850 is the height of sophistication. Enjoy a cosy fireside cocktail in La Mangeoire piano bar or La Suite Bar & Louge; sample fine wine and champagne in Le P'tit Drink or go clubbing in Les Caves de Courchevel. 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 Rocky's and Bubble Bar. Popular bars include Pub Le Ski Lodge, Waikiki Apres Bar and Folie Douce.

The top restaurants in Courchevel share an impressive 12 Michelin stars between them, indicating that this really is the place to holiday if you enjoy dining in the very best establishments. With a whopping 70 restaurants (12 on the mountain) at the last count, the resort meets all kinds of tastes and budgets, including traditional, self-service and family-friendly spots serving local dishes as well as pizza, sushi and good old burger and chips. Le Panoramic's a favourite every year for incredible views and a wide range of dishes.

There are many activities for non-skiers including tobogganing, husky sledding, quad biking, snowmobiling, hiking and snowshoeing. For an unforgettable aerial experience of Courchevel and the Three Valleys, take a private plane, helicopter or hot air balloon tour - or have a go at hang gliding and sky diving for those adrenophiles with a need for high octane activity. If you've had your fill of the outdoors, the Aquamotion centre is Europe's highest mountain waterpark with lagoons, slides, a wild river, surf wave and paddling pool for tots. You can also climb and have some spa time. The Bowling 3000 centre has 8 lanes, and the Patinoire du Forum is the main ice rink. Alternatively, browse some of Courchevel's 100 shops, including some of the highest high-end designer boutiques in Europe. If your legs need a rest, there is a cinema and over thirty hotel spas to meet all pampering needs you could dream of.

Best time to go

Best time to ski Courchevel

Best time to visit & ski Courchevel

With good historic snowfall throughout the winter, Courchevel's slopes have a high altitude and are mostly north-facing, which keeps the snow in fantastic condition. In case of lower than average snowfall, conditions are further insured by almost 700 snow cannons, which cover 58% of the piste, including popular slopes Les Creux (with 46 cannons) and Cospillot (with 12).

Choosing when is the best time to ski in Courchevel largely depends on whether you prefer a buzzing, sociable atmosphere or a more peaceful holiday because the snow conditions are pretty reliably good throughout the winter. If a busy and exciting après ski scene is your type of environment, you're bound to find a great atmosphere during Christmas, New Year and school holidays... however if you prefer a quieter ski holiday, these may be the dates to avoid alongside Russian Christmas (6th-7th January) when the resort's usually teeming with the formerly Soviet well-to-do.

Browse all Courchevel ski deals or read about holidays in December, January, February, March or April.

Peak Dates

During Christmas in Courchevel, you're treated to a real winter wonderland. The resort often hosts torch-lit descents with a spectacular firework display. Father Christmas pays a visit to all 5 villages and there are shows, markets and activities aplenty to ensure everyone gets into the festive spirit. Courchevel Christmas ski holidays ‣

If New Year in Courchevel is anything like it has been in the past, it’ll be truly spectacular with recent years featuring an incredible torch-lit ski show and firework display, followed by a huge party on the piste with live DJs and stunning pyrotechnics. Courchevel's vast range of restaurants, bars and clubs also host their own celebrations so you can spend New Year's Eve in wild abandon or super chic style. Better still, book a catered chalet for sole occupancy and create your own part Courchevel New Year ski holidays ‣

Courchevel at Half-term is a popular family destination because of its friendly slopes and child-orientated ski areas. Activities in recent years have included snow-ball fights are scheduled at the Family Park, Indiens piste and toboggan areas. Courchevel Half Term ski holidays ‣

Easter in Courchevel usually includes 'Easter Night' where in past years, there's been a children's party, giant egg hunt and firework display. A whopping 10,000 eggs are traditionally hidden all over the ski area on Easter day to make your ski more exciting, and Easter Mass can be attended at the ice rink. Courchevel Easter ski holidays ‣

Courchevel Ratings & Customer Feedback
Average Rating 4.4 out of 5
Courchevel is very family friendly and we had a good Christmas here. We went to the new Aqua centre which was good and the restaurants were nice. They did a special Christmas thing in the centre where the ski instructors came down with torches and Father Christmas came on a sleigh, and there were fireworks. The... + more
4 out of 5
We were really lucky to have snow, sun and no one else there in April! It can go either way when you leave it until late in the season. I would recommend Courchevel to other families, and it’s worth going to the swimming pool / leisure centre. We arrived fairly early and went there in the afternoon, it’s good... + more
Simon, London
5 out of 5
I was lucky to have a good snow week and get an empty room in an amazing chalet (Nid Aigle). It was over in 1650 which is off to one side. It has really good family and beginner runs, and access to nice intermediate runs at the top, as well as access to the 3 Valleys. The main centre up the top is amazing for a... + more
Martin Bennetts,
5 out of 5
A pretty good week, a bit too much snow and poor vis – better conditions would have given the week full marks! I’d been to Courchevel a few times before and it’s amazing how much has changed, how busy it was considering we weren’t on a busy week, but also how quick it is to get from one side to the other. W... + more
D. R., Essex
4 out of 5
Courchevel’s central in the 3 Valleys which is really good. I think I prefer Val Thorens, only because it has more affordable bars and restaurants. In Courchevel 1850 the prices are bonkers – on the chalet host’s night off when we had to eat out, we couldn’t find anything decent for under £40 (a basic pizz... + more
3 out of 5
Absolutely loved Courchevel. It’s a fabulous resort and I would definitely like to go back. The ski area has something for everyone and the weather in March was great. + more
4 out of 5
I’ve been skiing in Courchevel since the 1980’s, I’ve been to a lot of ski resorts all over the world, and even Whistler’s not a patch on Courchevel. You’ve just got to go to the Three Valleys if you haven’t already. I’ve taken a lot of people there and everyone has loved it. Friends who’ve been comple... + more
Anon., UK
5 out of 5
The resort is awesome! It caters for a whole range of skiers. I would highly recommend it. One thing worth doing is heading down to St. Martin for lunch, because it’s really chilled with lots of restaurants (plus it’s a lot cheaper too). + more
Sioned, Bristol
5 out of 5
Stayed in 1650. Courchevel as a ski resort is fine. There isn’t a huge amount to do in 1650 in the evenings once you’ve visited the bars, but it was fine for what we wanted – just wouldn’t be that riveting if you were a party animal. My feedback on the ski area is probably a bit unfair as the weather wasn’... + more
Bronwen, Portsmouth
3 out of 5
I really like Courchevel and have been here a few times. I would definitely say that 1650 is the best place to stay. 1850 is very expensive and a bit too snobby, unless you have loads of cash to blow! There’s enough to do in 1650, with about 5 bars. + more
Nicholas, Reading
5 out of 5
Courchevel’s very nice. You can’t deny it’s a lovely area and the skiing is fabulous. The first two times we skied here, we visited at Easter. On our third visit over the New Year, the conditions were dire over, but they did well to keep the links open and we were still out skiing every day. This year our fa... + more
The Facchini family,
5 out of 5
I’d been to Courchevel a few times before, with the last time being about 12 years ago. It was quite a top end resort then, and now they’ve gone up another level. We were here over New Year and Russian Christmas and it was very busy. We hadn’t pre-booked a guide and though we managed to get one on the first ... + more
C. Graham,
4 out of 5
Great for kids 1850 has a really cool arcade with bowling and video games. (Forum centre) Not sure if that still actually exists – the bowling does. Ice rink as well. + more
Seb, London
5 out of 5
Courchevel is a great resort all round, especially if you stay in 1650. The slopes over on that side are way less crowded, the far side of Chapelets is great for trees after a snowfall and the run itself is great whenever. it's fast and easy to get across to the rest of the resort too. The best blacks are all i... + more
5 out of 5
I’d been to 1650 before and this time stayed in 1850 which is better because it’s higher! I love the 3 Valleys and this is the best one! + more
Simon, Yorkshire
5 out of 5
If you like to ski on your ski holiday, rather than use it as a mode of transport for a tour of the restaurants and bars, then Courchevel is the place. We were a group of advanced skiers who don't hang around wasting valuable piste time, and even we, who skied every day all day from the moment the lifts opened,... + more
Hope, Clapham
5 out of 5
I’d been to Courchevel before and went back because one of my friends was working in resort. If my friend hadn’t been there I probably would have chosen to stay elsewhere as everything’s incredibly expensive! It’s a nice resort though and I like the fact that you can ski all over the Three Valleys – I’d r... + more
Hannah, Vale of Glamorgan
4 out of 5
We spent half term here with our children and grandchildren, the weather was lovely so the conditions were just fabulous. Courchevel’s such an easy place for getting around, with the escalators taking you between the villages and a central location in the ski area. We’ve skied all over the world – as a ski r... + more
Seasoned Skiers, Southend-on-Sea
5 out of 5
We have skied in Alpe d’Huez, Tignes, Val d’Isere, Austria and Andorra and Courchevel’s the best resort we’ve been to, and I think it’s possibly one of the best in the world. It’s a fabulous place that really does have everything. You’ll find every kind of run you could wish for; from the hardest runs ... + more
Maureen & Dave, Hertfordshire
5 out of 5
We were very lucky as it was probably the last week in the season that Courchevel had good snow conditions. Courchevel has such a huge ski area, there’s so much to ski all the way across the valleys. We had a chalet in 1650, but stayed in 1850 before so popped over to have a look – I actually think 1650 is a ... + more
Nicola Freeman, Hertfordshire
5 out of 5
I’d been to Courchevel about 6 years ago and chose to return so I could introduce my son to skiing somewhere I was familiar with – he loved it and we both had a fabulous week. There was a competition between 2 pyrotechnic firms going on throughout the week, where they each did a display on a different night... + more
Brian & Pete,
5 out of 5
Courchevel’s a good resort with good runs on the mountain and good restaurants in the town. I’d been to Meribel before and love it over there, it’s amazing. I didn’t really realise how well known and expensive Courchevel was until after we booked! + more
Grant, London
3 out of 5
I’ve skied through Courchevel a number of times but this was my first week staying there (last stayed in Val Thorens). It’s a little overpriced but has a nice atmosphere and it was nice to get off the slopes and meander around the town. It was easy to get the two lifts up and then traverse to either side of t... + more
4 out of 5
I stayed in Courchevel 25 years ago and visited from Val Thorens last year. It’s a lovely area and there’s just so much to do – the first time I stayed here I skied for eleven days and even this time I was finding new places (some people I skied with took me on some lovely routes down to little villages). It... + more
Lindy, Lincolnshire
5 out of 5
Courchevel’s a fabulous resort. The only thing I was disappointed with was that given the price of the lift pass, the pistes weren’t very well looked after at all. Our chalet host told us there had been a rocky start to the season but the pistes weren’t bashed every night so weren’t very pleasant to ski. Th... + more
Nicky, London
4 out of 5
This was our first week in Courchevel - we had heard great things about the benefit of being able to ski the 3 Valleys. We got the whole area pass (booked it prior to going as it was cheaper) and skied the entire area; you never have to ski the same piste twice. Conditions were good, they’d been struggling... + more
Shon, Pembrokeshire
4 out of 5
Why do we always go back to Courchevel? Because it’s a nice and open resort – not a dark one with looming mountains. The variety and extent of the skiing is good – there are so many different runs. We don’t do anything but ski, eat and sleep! + more
Mr Brown, Norfolk
5 out of 5
I have always stayed in Meribel but have always headed to Courchevel when the visibility has been poor in Meribel and always been pleasantly surprised by the difference. If you don't like skiing in a white out like me then head towards Courchevel for the day for some nicer weather! + more
Hannah Umlandt, Bromley
4 out of 5
This was my first time in Courchevel and it was quite late in the season. We went in April so the snow was starting to get slushier in the afternoons, but this was fine as we stayed in a chalet so were happy to get back as there would be afternoon tea. It was very sunny, apart from one day where it was sleeting... + more
Aimee, Southampton
4 out of 5
The snow was really good. Courchevel is a nice place. We found some places to go for a drink, it was expensive though. The main thing I remember is that it was 20 euros for a cup of tea and a bottle of water! It’s nice though and we skied the whole 3 Valleys. Be careful not to miss the last lift back though if... + more
Sam Loveday, Bushey
5 out of 5
It was my very first ski holiday, me and my children were total newbies and we loved it! I can’t wait to go again next year. I would definitely go back to Courchevel. We had lessons with the ESF which were very good. There were plenty of easy green and blue runs so I would thoroughly recommend it for families ... + more
Lindsey Helliwell, Glasgow
5 out of 5
I know Courchevel very well. The skiing is great for almost every standard of skier, as are the neighbouring resorts. We were lucky as we had fabulous weather – it had snowed a lot before we got there and even though we had no snow during the week, every bit that was showing through was dusted with artificial ... + more
Mr Jones, Cardigan
5 out of 5
The area is amazing but Courchevel is ridiculously expensive, a lunch for 2 cost 80 euros! I much prefer VT, Les Menuires and Reberty. There’s plenty to ski with the Courchevel pass but you’d have to do some of the slopes a couple of times. I love the 3 Valleys area, it’s 600km and we had the whole pass.... + more
Gemma, Beckenham
5 out of 5
We’d been to Courchevel a couple of times before when the children were younger and decided to go back because the dates and prices worked for us. It was the end of March/beginning of April and although it was very hot and didn't snow much, the conditions were good. 1650 is very convenient for the ski area... + more
Allan family, Blairgowrie
5 out of 5
It was my first time in Courchevel. The skiing is wonderful, there are some fantastic runs. There was plenty of snow cover although it was late in the season. I was a bit disappointed that a lot of the shops and some of the restaurants were closed already but I think it was the last week in the season. I was lo... + more
Wendy Strain, Paisley
5 out of 5
I really like Courchevel. I prefer it to Meribel, the runs around Courchevel are better and there are some really nice gentle slopes down to 1650. It’s good for beginners in that respect. The snow around Courchevel was better than the Meribel side as well while we were there. If you want to see the whole of ... + more
Iain Hogg, Ross and Cromarty
5 out of 5
The town is very hyped up, I’ve actually seen more bling in Guildford! It is rich, they have Gucci, Prada and Armani where other resorts have an Intersport... and it can be eyewateringly expensive but it depends where you go. We went to the Forum and paid 30 euros for a meal for two and drinks, which isn’t th... + more
Clinton Marquardt, Guildford
4 out of 5
Really liked Courchevel! There was a variety of slopes from beginner to expert which seemed to cover all ranges. Courchevel itself definitely has more than enough to see you through but you can go across if you want to get the three valleys pass, we chose not to as there was plenty for us in the Courchevel area... + more
Christopher Malyan, Kent
5 out of 5
In my opinion the Three Valleys is the best ski area I’ve ever been to. You can’t exhaust it, there’s so much to ski, you could ski here a week and only see a small part of it. Everyone is happy here, not just beginners. All the mountain restaurants are good around Courchevel. It’s quite expensive but if ... + more
Duncan, Bolton
5 out of 5
I hadn’t been to Courchevel before. I really liked the skiing. The town is a bit weird, full of designer shops. We didn’t really go out in town, I think it was quite expensive. It’s a good area for advanced skiers, there was enough for us to do (we got the whole 3 Valley’s pass). We didn’t go off-piste – ... + more
Astrid Vinall, Edinburgh
4 out of 5
We’ve been to Courchevel several times and the skiing in that area is fantastic. It’s a little bit of an expensive resort but I think people realise that – the best thing to do is have a half board holiday where you’re eating at base as then the prices aren’t so much of a problem. If you are eating out, th... + more
Mrs Sarin, Rickmansworth
4 out of 5
I know the 3 valleys pretty well. Usually stay in Meribel and had skied over to Courchevel before but this was my first stay in Courchevel. The snow here is really good compared to Meribel. It’s a rich man’s resort and people seem to go there to be seen rather than to ski, most tend to be walking their dogs ... + more
Christopher, Oxfordshire
4 out of 5
It’s easy to see why this is one of the most famous ski areas in the world, but it’s also easy to misunderstand the place, because Courchevel isn’t one resort, but 4 or 5 very distinct and different villages on the side of the mountain. Courchevel 1850 is the most famous and what most people think of when th... + more
Idalette, Sno Staff
5 out of 5
For a luxury ski holiday, look no further than Courchevel. It’s a favourite with many celebrities and with great skiing, excellent food and après ski, it’s easy to see why. Courchevel has absolutely stunning views and is great for all levels of skiers. There are ‘Zen Zones’ for beginners or skiers who aren... + more
Alison Brown, Sydney
5 out of 5
Courchevel 1850 is one of the most fun places to ski and stay in the French alps. You don’t need to be from Mintsville USA to afford to stay here and the people watching (of those who often are the super-rich) is both first class and completely free! For Savile Row skiing at Skid Row prices, I’d recommend boo... + more
Seth, Islington
5 out of 5
Courchevel has la Tania, le Praz 1550, 1650, 1850... All connected with free buses. Courchevel had the most variety of everything including piste grades. The lower you are on the mountain the cheaper things are. I only went to Meribel for day trips, didn't really do much other than ski there - but from what I s... + more
Peggy Kalatzis, Brighton
5 out of 5
From what I could see, the pistes were lovely and wide, perfect for my early intermediate skier to not fall off the face of the mountain in all the white! Runs for all the family, meaning the more confident snowboarders of our party could take the Jean blanc black run down to Le Praz, whilst us intermediates jo... + more
Maddie, Southampton
5 out of 5
We stayed in Courchevel 1850 - Massive ski area (3valleys) and really nice places to eat out – really good for Ski in/Ski out, well groomed piste. - Great for intermediate ski/board, some small family parks in 1850 and better parks on the way over to ValThorens from Corchevelle. - Brilliant skiing but everythi... + more
Anna Stevenson, Manchester
5 out of 5
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Families in Courchevel

As recognised by the Famille Plus label, Courchevel caters for families excellently with child-orientated ski areas, a variety of indoor and outdoor activities and some terrific family accommodation.

Our Courchevel hotels are a popular choice for families – many have their own childcare services if you’re taking anyone too young to ski or fancy a night on the town. Some families opt for our self-catering apartments – especially ones like Les Chalets du Forum Apartments which are only a 2-minute walk to the ski school. Book one of our chalets for a traditional alpine experience – we have some lovely small chalets like Chalet Maurilisa where groups of 8 – 10 can enjoy sole occupancy as well as larger properties where children can meet new friends while parents enjoy other adult company. Position wise, most of our accommodation is accessible via easy green runs and only a short distance from ski school.

Most of our holidays include accommodation in Courchevel 1850 and 1650. 1850 is the largest village with excellent access to the slopes and attractions, and 1650 is popular with families as you can ski virtually to and from the accommodation via easy green and blue runs.

This is a fantastic place to introduce your family to skiing – 60% of the ski area is suitable for beginners, including a Stop zone, Zen Zones and the Indiens piste which children will love. The ski schools here are fantastic, leaving beginners in expert hands while experienced skiers can go off and explore the 3 valleys. Any children too young to ski can be looked after in ESF’s nursery, where they’ll enjoy a fun, and safe environment in a chalet and snow garden and private childcare can be arranged with Snow Angel Nannies. After a day on the slopes, enjoy quality family time on a husky ride, a splash about in the amazing Aquamotion waterpark or relaxing around the fireplace in your accommodation.

GroupsGroup Holidays Courchevel

If you're looking for a holiday for a small group of 6-10, we have a range of great chalets in 1650 where you can enjoy the place to yourselves with sole occupancy. If you want to have the accommodation to yourselves and don't mind sharing the cooking, apartments like Résidence Chalets du Forum apartments are another good group option.

For a more sociable stay in larger properties, book a ski hotel – perfect for groups who can have the privacy of their own rooms while enjoying the sociable atmosphere of large dining and lounge areas. The great thing about our big hotels for groups is that there's a good chance of vacancies if anyone decides to join your group later on.

Courchevel is well suited for all kinds of group ski holidays. Mixed ability skiers and snowboarders couldn't be in a better place. There's a whopping amount of slopes for beginners here, and it's almost impossible for more advanced members to get bored with the 3 Valleys pass opening up seemingly endless terrain. Any non-skiers coming along for the ride won't be disappointed here either – tobogganing, husky rides and snow walking are only a few outdoor activities available. The Aquamotion centre has all kinds of swimming pools and spa facilities – better yet book a chalet or hotel with its own wellness centre, swimming pool or gym that the whole group can enjoy.

Browse our group holidays – pick a chalet, hotel or apartment with flights and transfers, channel crossings or just accommodation on its own depending on what suits you.

Which are the best ski holidays in Courchevel?

Accommodation Number of nights Price (per person) from
Chalet Estrella 7 £ 790
Chalet Benjamin 7 £ 913
Chalet Jacques 7 £ 913
Chalet Samuel 7 £ 923
Chalet Premier de Cordee 7 £ 1044
Chalet Le Notus 7 £ 1116
Chalet Eagle's Nest 7 £ 1116
Chalet Le Mazot 7 £ 1134
Chalet Rikiki 7 £ 1150
Chalet Irma 7 £ 1150

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