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Hotel des trois vallees 1850 – Courchevel

Charming 4* hotel just meters from the slopes in Courchevel 1850, with a traditional spa and a restaurant showcasing local ingredients 

31 rooms and suites

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The lowdown

The Hotel des Trois Vallées is a lovely ski-in ski-out hotel in the heart of Courchevel 1850. It has been part of the Alpine village since the 1950’s, and has retained much of this old-school charm while continuing to attract couples and families with its laid-back, welcoming approach. The hotel prides itself on having a “different approach to luxury”, and this easy-going charm is exactly what they achieve throughout. It was originally built as an inn for skier and mountain enthusiasts, and the newly renovated decor is inspired by French designers who pioneered mid-century alpine tourism. With only 31 rooms, guests are welcomed into the homely feeling at this family run hotel, and enjoy coming back year after year.

• Prime location near to La Croisette, and within easy walking distance of the village
• Dedicated ski and sports shop within the hotel for seamless fittings, and ski-in-ski-out access to the slopes
• Dine in at L’Épicerie, where seasonal local produce is skilfully prepared, and stock up on local goodies to take home at the hotel’s charming little delicatessen.
• Traditional wooden spa with sauna, hammam, jacuzzi and massage treatments available

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Rooms and Suites

The 31 rooms and suites at Les Trois Vallées have all recently been renovated, bringing a fresh take to traditional Alpine luxury while retaining some of that 1950’s spirit. The bedrooms are thoughtfully decorated and all individually styled, with retro furniture and modern comfort a traditional mountain setting. The larger two-bedroom suites, which come with a private terrace, living room and fireplace, are located in the eaves of the hotel and are perfect for families. Les Trois Vallées also have interconnecting bedroom options for those with young children, accommodating families of four or five.

Comfort Rooms (22-28 sqm): Double/twin bedroom with village or slope facing views from the balcony.

Privilege Rooms (29-38 sqm): Double/ twin bedroom with an extra sofa bed in the lounge area and a balcony with village or slope facing views

The Suite (83 sqm): Two bedrooms, a living room with a fireplace and a private terrace.

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Après ski and dining

The restaurant at Hotel Trois Vallées is called L’Épicerie, and serves up authentic local dishes rooted in the local area for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with an outdoor terrace for sunnier days. Here, guests can enjoy a relaxed dining experience and a friendly atmosphere, while enjoying delicacies such as Beaufort cheese, stews, smoked trout, or a Grisons Meat croque-monsieur. Take a little taste of the mountain away with you by stocking up in the pantry-style delicatessen too – you’ll find jams, biscuits, brandies and other delicacies to bring you a little reminder of your holiday. Also within the hotel, the adjacent lounge bar is a perfect spot for a drink after a day on the slopes, with an open fireplace and all-day service.

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Spa and Wellness

The hotel’s traditional wooden spa is firmly rooted in place and time, and stays true to the Hotel’s retro roots while providing exactly the kind of luxury you’ll be searching for after a day on the slopes. The wellness area features a Turkish bath, sauna and grand Jacuzzi hydrotherapy pool measuring 4x3m – the perfect place to ease the limbs after a day of skiing. Custom treatments are available, including sports muscular therapy, aromatherapy and relaxation. 

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In a nutshell

Hotel Type: Boutique 4* hotel with spa, restaurant and cosy lounge bar

Location: ski-in-ski-out access, and a 5 minute walk to the heart of Courchevel

Style: En-suite chalet-style rooms with modern amenities and cosy interiors

Ideal For: Couples and families of all ages

Rooms: 31 recently renovated rooms and suites with traditional Alpine style

Breakfast: Continental breakfast is served in the restaurant or in bedrooms, offering fresh fruit juices, cereals, cured meats, farmhouse eggs, mountain cheeses and local preserves and honey.

Dining: L’Épicerie restaurant and cosy lounge bar

Spa: massage treatments, Turkish Bath, large jacuzzi and sauna. 

Children: family friendly hotel with interconnected room options and laid-back atmosphere

Other amenities

• Ski and sports shop at the foot of the slopes
• L’Épicerie delicatessen selling local produce and goodies

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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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