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Courchevel Chalets for Rent
Why stay in Courchevel
With its upscale infrastructure, luxury chalets and high-end dining venues, Courchevel certainly lives up to its reputation as a luxury ski resort.
Located within the Les Trois Vallées, Courchevel offers a varied terrain to suit skiers of all abilities. Beyond skiing, the destination offers plenty else to do away from the slopes—come and enjoy the lively arès ski scene, pristine alpine scenery and wide-ranging variety of outdoor activities.
We offer a diverse selection of Courchevel chalets. Our properties are spread out across the resort’s five villages—Courchevel 1850, Le Praz, Courchevel Village, La Tania and Courchevel Moriond—each of which offer a unique experience for vacationers. Let us know your requirements, and we’ll be happy to recommend a holiday home that best meets your needs.
Family activities in Courchevel
Skiing is the main draw for vacationers in Courchevel. The destination is one of the most famous ski resorts in France, and it’s also part of Les Trois Vallées (the Three Valleys)—the largest linked ski area in the world. With over 150km of varied terrain, there’s something for skiers of all levels here.
You’ll find plenty of blue pistes for intermediate skiers, as well as steep and challenging terrains for advanced skiers. For beginners, there are several lifts servicing nursery slopes and green runs that are free-of-charge—so purchasing a lift pass may not be necessary. Check out the Western Skipark (Courchevel Moriond), an enclosed space for beginners and children, or the Family Park at Courchevel 1850. The latter is a full terrain park that caters to skiers of all abilities.
Tobogganing is a fun activity for the entire family. You’ll get to enjoy a surge of adrenaline, plus breathtaking alpine views as you make your descent down the slope. Try the two-kilometre long sledging piste that descends from Courchevel 1850, or the thrilling three-kilometre run at Courchevel Moriond.
There are also designated sledging areas for children at Courchevel 1850 and La Tania. Feel free to reach out to your Courchevel chalet concierge for further information on kid-friendly sledging areas and safety.
Away from the slopes, visit the picture-perfect nature reserve at Lac de Tueda. The lake is beautiful across all seasons, and there are plenty of walking trails in the area to explore.
On bad weather days, bring the kids to the soft play park at La Croisette in Courchevel 1850. Catering to children aged three to eight years old, the attraction offers puzzles, climbing facilities and slides. Or try ice skating at Patinoire Du Forum, an indoor ice skating rink located at Le Forum in Courchevel 1850.
Activities and points of interest in Courchevel
Courchevel is an outdoor lover’s paradise—the destination offers plenty of sports and nature activities across the different seasons. During the winter, alternatives to skiing include snowboarding, snowshoeing and ice diving. In the summer, your options include mountain biking, cycling, hiking, canyoning, paragliding and more.
Unwind from all that outdoor activity by visiting the spa. There are numerous benefits to getting a massage or spa treatment: it helps to reduce muscle pain, promotes blood circulation and increases relaxation.
Some of our favourite spa venues include Le Spa by Sothys and the Cheval Blanc Givenchy Spa—but if you’re in the mood for staying in at your Courchevel chalet, you can opt for a treatment or massage from mobile massage company Massage Me.
Courchevel’s restaurants, cafes & bars
Courchevel’s diverse dining scene offers something for every traveller—you’ll find restaurants and cafes serving a wide range of cuisines.
Living up to its reputation as a luxury ski resort, the destination has garnered an impressive number of Michelin stars: presently, there are 14 Michelin stars shared across eight restaurants. Some of our favourite venues include Baumanière 1850, Le Montgomerie and Le Sarkara. The latter will appeal to dessert lovers—it’s the world’s first Michelin-starred dessert-only restaurant.
L'Arbé, Bouc Blanc and Copiña Courchevel are great options for family meals. Each of the venues are centrally located, offer an inviting atmosphere, and feature a kid’s menu or kid-friendly dishes.
And if you feel like staying in, you can easily self-cater at your Courchevel chalet. We have a selection of centrally located Courchevel chalets, so visiting the local markets and grocery stores is convenient.
The fully equipped kitchen can be pre-stocked at your request too—just let your Courchevel chalet concierge know. The concierge can also arrange for private dining experiences, so you can enjoy a restaurant experience right at your dining table without lifting a finger.