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Six Senses – Courchevel

A beautiful collection of luxury lodges within a hotel setting, The Six Senses brings Japanese dining and world-renowned spa treatments to the slopes of Courchevel 1850

53 apartments and duplex penthouses

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The lowdown

Everything is done for you at this stunning 5* destination, which ticks all the boxes for hotel indulgence and chalet spaciousness across their 53 private apartments. Perfectly placed for both ski and après-ski, the apartments are close to the village, with a lift-side lodge at the Croisette where you can leave your skis and gear. The residences range in size from two to five bedroom apartments, perfect for families or groups of friends looking for a more flexible style of holiday. Located in the heart of Courchevel 1850, Six Senses Residences Courchevel is open for winter activities from December ‘til April. The brand’s famous restaurant Sumosan delivers show-stopping sushi, a welcome break from classic mountain fare, and the luxurious spa is a haven for weary skiers. 

  • Enjoy a mountain outpost of acclaimed Sumosan restaurant for creative sushi and classic cocktail
  • In-house ski fitting can be arranged overnight, so all is ready for guests to jump back on the slopes in the morning
  • Stunning Six Senses spa with indoor pool, a gym and an outdoor hot tub

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Six Senses Residences Courchevel takes traditional mountain living to new heights, with meticulously designed interiors that combine contemporary Asian style with a traditional Alpine location. The exterior is that of a Savoyard chalet, while the interiors are designed in a light neutral palate, with flamed grey and beige stone, chestnut leathers, and natural timber to imbue comfort. 

Rooms and Suites

53 superior apartments and duplex penthouses have up to five bedrooms that blend contemporary styles with traditional mountain influences. Each apartment boasts a balcony offering picturesque views overlooking the snow- capped mountains or the intimate courtyard: guests can enjoy triple-aspect mountain views from the balconies and terraces.

Two-Bedroom Apartments Mountain/Street view (67 to 86 sqm)

Located on the first, second and fourth floors, the two-bedroom apartments boast mountain and street views with a balcony and a stylish living space. 

Two-Bedroom Apartments Courtyard View (65 to 83 sqm)

Located on the first floor, these peaceful two-bedroom apartments have courtyard views with a balcony and a stylish living space. 

Three-Bedroom Family Apartment Mountain/Street View (78 to 95 sqm)

Located on the first and second floors, three-bedroom family apartments boast mountain and street views with a balcony and a spacious living space. 

Three-Bedroom Prestige Family Apartment (109 to 155 sqm)

Located on the first, third, fourth, fifth and sixth floors, three-bedroom prestige family apartments boast stunning valley and mountain views with private balconies and a spacious living area. 

Three-Bedroom Prestige Apartment (98 to 122 sqm)

Located on the third, fourth and sixth floors, the three-bedroom prestige apartments boast stunning valley, mountain, street or courtyard views with private balconies and terraces as well as spacious living area. 

Four-Bedroom Prestige Apartments (141 to 244 sqm)

Located on the second, third, fourth, seventh and eighth floors, these 4-bedroom prestige residences have stunning mountain views, with private balconies and terraces of varying sizes. Each bedroom has an en-suite bathroom.

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Après ski and dining

An international favourite among culinary afficionados, renowned sushi restaurant Sumosan is already causing a stir on the slopes of Courchevel. The Japanese menu includes signature sushi and sashimi favourites, with highlights including tuna and truffle rolls, grilled sea bass with citrus ginger sauce and Furikake crusted rack of lamb and mustard sauce. More outrageous dishes to try include black-caviar-rice pizza, and torched sushi with calamari ink powder and unagi, which are set alight at the table.

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Spa and Wellness

Six Senses Spa Courchevel brings all the luxury of the international brand to the mountains – it boasts five treatment rooms, a sauna, steam room, as well as a studio for gym classes. The Spa features an open-plan reception with the lounge area designed as a concept store with a manicure and pedicure station, juice bar and shopping boutique seamlessly incorporated. Guests can also indulge in Kneipp foot bath therapy, soak in the outdoor hot tub, and enjoy treatments such as gene-therapy facials and muscle detoxifying wraps. Treatments can be taken in your apartment on request. 

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In a nutshell

Hotel Type: Impressive international hotel-style apartments with spa, Japanese-inspired restaurant and ski-in-ski-out access. 

Location: in the heart of Courchevel 1850, a five minute walk from the village and the main lift hub

Style: modern luxury 

Ideal For: Couples, corporate ski trips and groups of friends

Rooms: muted colours and modern décor make for a break from traditional alpine style

Dining: Japanese-style sushi restaurant Sumosan, serving creative cocktails and snacks

Spa: massage treatments, sauna, steam room, pool, outdoor hot tub, juice bar, gym and more. 

Children: Babysitting can be arranged with a day’s notice; the concierge will confirm the price when you book.

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Getting there

Courchevel Altiport (CVF): 10 mins / 4km Chambery (CMF): 1h 45m / 110km
Grenoble (GNB): 1h 50m / 130km

Geneva (GVA): 2h 30m / 190km
Lyon (LYS): 2h 30m / 190km


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Low season price from: POA
High season price from: POA