Le Jardin Alpin 73120 Courchevel − France
Since its creation, Cheval Blanc Courchevel has established itself as an exceptional retreat at the summit, flirting with the snowy peaks. Space, pleasure and comfort come together beyond the mountain tops.
At the heart of the French Alps in the prestigious Jardin Alpin, Cheval Blanc Courchevel is an inviting and intimate Maison to surrender oneself and gather with others. In a truly contemporary spirit, a high-altitude stay is reinterpreted with boldness and modernity.
Revisiting the preconceived notions of mountain design with bold colours and a collection of original works of art, architects from Atelier COS and Sybille de Margerie highlight the unique personality of each space throughout the Maison.
The sophistication and sensuality of precious materials – cashmere, fur, leather – play softly with the elegant contrasts of steel, bronze and brushed brass. This reflects Cheval Blanc’s vision of hospitality: made to measure.
Art, ever-present and ubiquitous, is a journey of pure pleasure for the eyes. Wherever the gaze may fall, a work of art acts as an invitation to a realm filled with beauty
Season after season, the keen curiosity of Cheval Blanc Courchevel seeks new works and artists that harmonise with the Maison’s never-ending quest for delightful aesthetics.
Crowning the Maison, the Bruno Peinado horse is perched majestically on his throne. On the slope-side, Xavier Veilhan’s iconic bear keeps an eye over skiers whilst Jean-Michel Othoniel’s delicate pearl necklace sparkles in the immaculate white surroundings.
Inside the Maison, the collection of art expands each year. Works by Gursky, Murakami, Pivi and Lagerfeld fall seamlessly into the décor and captivate the eye in different spaces and time of day.
Children’s happiness and the well-being of families is at the heart of Cheval Blanc’s value of Art de Recevoir. At the Carrousel, the Paddock or during excursions tailored to each individual family, the Maison provides a world of surprises and discoveries for its younger guests.
A multicoloured felt hallway lined with balloon-streetlights leads to Le Carrousel, a kingdom fit for the youngest guests. With a flick of a magic wand, Cheval Blanc Courchevel unveils a world entirely dedicated to fun, games, secret alcoves and passageways that each beholds the promise of adventure - all whilst under the watchful eye of Le Carrousel Ambassadeurs.
A futuristic hideaway, Le Paddock is the preferred hang-out for teenagers. Outfitted with a made-to-measure foosball table and countless interactive games, Le Paddock may also transform into a private screening room for a moment of silver-screen relaxation for the young guests with their family.
To comfortably and stylishly navigate the slopes during the day and shine during the festive evenings in Courchevel, a carefully-curated selection of items are available in the Maison’s two boutiques. Guests may also take advantage of shopping in complete privacy.}
On the ground floor, a wall of natural leather labels catches the eye and leads to the entrance of the Louis Vuitton store. Inside, the flagship products of the celebrated leather-artisan are presented in exclusivity.
The Ski Service boutiques offers a range of the foremost ski brands, combining cutting-edge technology and attractive stylings. For an ultimate ski experience, Cheval Blanc and Lacroix partnered to create a special edition pair of skis whilst Nidecker created a snowboard in the iconic colours of the Maison – beware the thrill.
The six Superior Rooms, from 40 to 42 sqm, offer a bathroom with a bathtub and a hammam-shower with chromotherapy, a dressing room and a separate vanity. According to their direction of exposure, they may also offer a terrace or sun-bathed balcony.
The 11 Deluxe Superior Rooms, from 45 to 48 sqm, benefit from southern exposure, featuring breathtaking views of the Saulire. The Maison also offers connecting rooms, ideal for family and friend holidays, as well as multiple limited mobility accessible rooms.
In the 12 Junior Suites from 50 to 62 sqm, living areas, dressing rooms and bathrooms are even more spacious. Each suite features a unique element of décor that highlights their individuality. A floatation bath that instills a sense of weightlessness, an authentic sauna to rejuvenate the body after a day out on the slopes, and a vast living area to enjoy a dinner in complete intimacy each punctuate a stay filled with remarkable experiences.
With a loft-style design, the Deluxe Junior Suite of 65 sqm features an inviting entrance including a coat closet and powder room, a dining room, spacious bedroom and a living room with a balcony opening onto views over the slopes. A clever sliding wall separates the living areas from a grand dressing room and adjoining bathroom outfitted with a made-to-measure bathtub, chaise-lounge, steam-shower and a separate toilet room.
The Duplex Suite of 70 sqm is situated around a large light-filled living area, a library and an office. Upstairs, a suite decorated in blonde oak and soft colours hosts the bedroom, dressing room and bathroom.
In red and white tones contrasted with accents of dark wenge wood, the Deluxe Duplex Suite of 105 sqm offers a dining room, living room and reading nook. A staircase leads to the lower floor and bedroom, dressing room and chaise-lounge sitting area as well as the bathroom outfitted with a massage table and sauna to enjoy moments of relaxation in complete privacy.
A confidential refuge located on the top two floors of the Maison, the Apartment offers a stunning view of Courchevel.
This exquisite hideaway of sprawling size spans over 650 sqm. The fourth floor houses three bedrooms as well as a triple reception room with a grand piano, dining room, bar and private kitchen.
On the fifth floor, the master bedroom boasts two bathrooms, dressing rooms, a private spa treatment room and fitness centre. The Apartment features its own lift and a private ski salon with access to the slopes.
A dedicated team and Majordome care after every detail and are at available at any time.
Entirely renovated, the Chalet spans 315 sqm over four floors, each accessible by lift. With dedicated private access, the Chalet offers a truly exclusive mountain living experience.
Sybille de Margerie cleverly combines traditional mountain materials and original works of art to offer holiday-seeking families and friends an exceptionally contemporary retreat at the base of the slopes.
The Chalet features a vast living area with a modern fireplace, a dining room, a private screening room as well as its own spa treatment room, relaxation lounge, sauna and hot tub.
For ultimate guest comfort, three generously appointed bedrooms invite guests to enjoy the sweetness of life amidst the snow-veiled landscapes. Each bedroom features a cosy living room, bathroom and dressing room.
The Cheval Blanc Spa invites guests to embark upon an unparalleled sensorial journey that pampers the body and mind – a true immersion into Guerlain’s world of beauty and well-being.
For moments of indulgence and relaxation amidst the heart of winter, every season, the Cheval Blanc Spa introduces sophisticated rituals and ever-more effective treatments to further enhance an alpine getaway.
Cheval Blanc and Guerlain drew inspiration from the needs generated by cold climate and high-altitude to develop an exclusive collection of rituals and massages, reinvented season after season, with winter sports in mind.
In addition to five spacious treatment rooms, the Cheval Blanc Spa also offers an exclusive treatment room for two, the Orchidée Salon, devoted to Guerlain’s exceptional anti-ageing skincare range, the result of more than a decade of research in Guerlain’s Orchidarium.
Cheval Blanc Courchevel hosts the highly-acclaimed Parisian hair stylist John Nollet, an expert in film and high-fashion media, in a new salon inspired by old steamer trunks.
In this timeless setting, styling stations are revealed between a set of drawers and sliding doors, elegant boudoirs of studded leather-wrapped corners and walls of mirrors lead to his signature chaise-lounge and unique hair washing ritual.
The team at John Nollet offers made-to-measure cuts and styling services for special occasions as well as everyday maintenance. Guests may see displays on baroque side tables including jewelled hair accessories and contemporary bronzed crowns.
Outside this secretive antechamber, the lounge and hair dressers’ workspace is dotted with decorative eccentricities such as an 18th century chandelier and a throne-like leather chair dedicated to the barber. Two other corners, adorned in leather and brass, serve as final stages of pampering.
The Cheval Blanc Spa offers a pool and well-being area inviting guests to enjoy the energising and relaxing benefits of water.
In addition to delightful moments of comfort offered by the Spa’s signature treatments, a stunning infinity-edge pool and adjoining Jacuzzi invite guests to relish in a moment of relaxation or even practice a session of aquabiking.
For a complete regeneration of the body and spirit, water is presented in every state – from a cold plunge bath, to an interlude in the sauna or hammam and a final rinse in the experience shower. To complete this day of relaxation in true style, an exclusive collection of Guerlain teas and cocktails inspired by the brand’s mythical fragrances, invite guests to delight in a unique sensorial experience.
A fitness centre also offers the ability to train or recover after a day out on the slopes thanks to cutting-edge Technogym equipment and private coaches. Pilates and yoga courses are also available upon request.
The most famed LVMH Houses collaborate with Cheval Blanc Courchevel for a series of exclusive events – each a behind-the-scenes snapshot by invitation-only.
This season, a series of events created especially for the Maison’s guests prolong the magic of the festive season. For Christmas, a dazzling Christmas tree adorned in glass ornaments created by celebrated master glassblowers at Meisenthal illuminates the Maison.
Amongst the highlights of the season, a showcase of the unequaled savoir-faire of Louis Vuitton artisans, a private Fendi couture fur fashion show as well as the traditional Hublot slalom.
On the gastronomic-side, Le 1947 is the stage for festive rendez-vous organised in conjunction with Château Cheval Blanc, Krug, Hennessy and Moët & Chandon.
Jewel of the French Alps, Courchevel 1850 is one of the most prized ski stations. The ideal location provides access to the largest ski domain in the world, the Trois Vallées, which spans to cover nearly 600 kilometres of slopes.
A crossroad of altitudes, not far from Mont Blanc, Courchevel is rewarded with an exceptional quality of snow. The Trois Vallées domain offers a multitude of peaks, paths and trails to delight skiers of every level.
The restaurants offered throughout the ski resort celebrate diversity. Numerous après-ski activities and a nightlife illuminated by a festive ambiance give Courchevel 1850 its celebrated international appeal.
Courchevel is accessible by car from Paris, Lyon and Geneva airports as well as Chambéry and Moutiers train stations. An airfield is also available for private charters and acts as the ideal point of departure to discover the Trois Vallées by air.
Every morning, the Ski Service team prepares each guest’s equipment before placing it directly on the slopes, including pre-heating ski boots.
A dedicated flag per guest room is planted next to ski equipment ready to be donned. In addition, the Ski Service team delights skiers with a myriad of little attentions: a map of ski runs, sweet treats or even miniature heaters.
Following a day in the life of a champion, Cheval Blanc Courchevel invites guests to rediscover the art of skiing: training with a private coach to prepare for a day on the slopes, an appointment at the spa to rejuvenate after strenuous activity or an indulgent gourmet break with a cup of hot chocolate served at the base of the slopes.
Alongside the pleasure of skiing, several unmissable activities showcase the snowy landscapes of Courchevel such as an unforgettable sled-dog excursion throughout the snow-covered scenery.
In a warm and hushed atmosphere, a yurt perched on the terrace is a privileged refuge for cigar aficionados.
With plush armchairs, fur rugs and impressive wood coffee tables, this authentic Mongolian yurt is the ideal hideaway to enjoy the finest cigars and spirits. A selection of leather and felt travel games invite guests to exercise patience and test their luck with backgammon, Mikado and a deck of cards.
The Cigar Yurt also acts as the setting for exclusive and intimate events with a gentlemen’s club-esque atmosphere.
A morning coffee, afternoon tea, or after-ski snack, Le Bar cultivates an ever-inviting atmosphere, relaxed during the day and dazzling in the evening.
Crackling fireplace and sumptuous banquettes create a laid-back atmosphere ideal for an interlude with family and friends. As for the menu, small plates are inspired by global culinary classics – a Tuscan risotto, California-inspired burger or traditional Tokyo sushi, each accompanied by Grand Cru or regional wines and signature cocktails. For a true taste of Cheval Blanc, every guest may find delight in irresistible seasonal gourmandises.
Every night from 7pm, Le Bar comes alive to the rhythm of live music. A private lounge unfolds with the sliding of a door, creating an out-of-sight hideaway.
Le 1947 at Cheval Blanc derives its name from the most prestigious vintage of Château Cheval Blanc and provides the perfect stage for the striking culinary art of chef Yannick Alléno.
The only restaurant in Courchevel with three Michelin stars, Le 1947 at Cheval Blanc presents an unforgettable gastronomic experience. In complete intimacy, the restaurant welcomes a limited number of guests per night to orchestrate a full culinary immersion whilst looking after the smallest details.
A generously-sized table, custom-made by artist Gilles Hoang, La Table de Partage invites guests to a convivial moment amongst family and friends.
La Table de Partage celebrates the art of coming together around stimulating culinary experiences. Up to 16 guests may come to curl up in the cosy setting of this truly private dining room.
Following the tastes of the guests and market inspirations, the chef creates a series of dishes in true Savoyard-style. To add to the festivities, a collection of large format wines and champagnes is served to accompany this alpine escape.
Le Triptyque restaurant and its south-facing terrace welcome guests for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In the spirit of a contemporary brasserie, conviviality is celebrated with a family table seating up to ten guests. Banquette seating in four alcoves take centre-stage, providing a cosy retreat for intimate dinners.
Cheval Blanc Courchevel worked hand-in-hand with architect Peter Marino to create a vibrant vision for Le Triptyque. With accents of bursts of red patina, the décor is accentuated with several unique works of art – including Niedermayr’s famed trilogy - each boasting the colour white as a common thread.
From breakfast to dinner, the restaurant offers a delectable menu celebrating, above all, the quality of hand-selected ingredients. Upon request, the chefs regularly host a terrace-front barbecue serving savoury delicacies.
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