As the February holidays are fast approaching, head for Courchevel and its most beautiful addresses.
Inaugurated in the 90s, this snow palace was entirely decorated by Christophe Tollemer in a perfectly assumed Bavarian spirit. A sort of fantasized castle of Heidi, visitors discover, from the lobby, an enchanting decor populated by illuminated fir trees, deer and teddy bears, Santa Claus and candles. Upstairs, the bedrooms, clad in painted woodwork, feature carmine furniture, giant beds and marble bathrooms. Small world on its own, the place also includes a shop, a ski room, a competition kids club, but also and above all a superb spa signed The sea. Equipped with a swimming pool, a hammam, an outdoor jacuzzi, it offers soaring facial treatments with the creams of the products of this brand of pure luxury cosmetics from the US.
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Aman Le Melezin
Famous for its minimalist resorts installed in the most beautiful spots in the world and its quality service which creates regulars so addicted that they are nicknamed the “Aman junkies”, the group Safe has chosen Courchevel to inaugurate its one and only hotel in France. At the foot of the slopes, this wooden colossus has (only) 31 suites and rooms (some of which have private terraces topped with jacuzzis), dressed in a palette of light shades (beige, sand, white), and which bring together all have marble bathrooms, plush beds, and fireplaces. Temple of well-being, there is a fitness room, a hammam, a Swedish sauna, a large swimming pool where you can do lengths and subdued cabins where you can treat yourself to a soaring deep massage. And at dinner time, the restaurant Name showcases fashionable Japanese recipes.
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The Stone Chalet
Purists know it, the best tartiflette in Courchevel can be enjoyed at the Chalet table
of stones. Mythical address which is perched in full sun at the top of the slopes and which also offers a gargantuan dessert buffet.
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