THE COURCHEVEL VALLEY
Elegant luxury, immaculate skiing, and hidden gems deliver sparkle to The Three Valleys.
Courchevel ski resort is known as a millionaires playground with Courchevel 1850’s 5-Star luxury, Michelin star dining and links to the world’s largest ski area.
The Courchevel valley, consisting of 5 villages, boasts this decadent luxury and so much more to suit every type of skier.
Mix extravagance with energy and seasonaire hangouts in Courchevel Moriond 1650 or hide away among the quaint streets of Le Praz.
On a budget? La Tania is perfectly situated for a proper 3 Valleys ski holiday while Courchevel Village 1550 is a quiet retreat in the heart of the valley.
THE MERIBEL VALLEY
The lively, all singing all dancing, heart of The Three Valleys.
The Meribel valley revolves around Meribel Centre, an all singing all dancing (literally) sprawling town with satellite villages to suit all styles and budgets.
Meribel Village provides a secluded hideaway with full-service chalets and quiet slopes.
Mottaret creates a unique ski hub with completely ski-in/ski-out properties while Altiport is a secret slopeside peaceful retreat.
Meribel’s ski area is a beautiful sunny skiing destination. The name Meribel quite literally translates as beautiful or wonderful!
THE VAL THORENS VALLEY
A place to explore your limits mixing guaranteed snow with adrenaline.
The long Val Thorens valley spans across three main ski towns, each unique in its own way.
Saint Martin de Belleville is the lowest of the three and remains a small traditional village consisting of converted barns and farmhouses.
Les Menuires is a developing resort with a huge selection of ski-in/ski-out accommodation plus restaurants and skiing to suit everyone.
Val Thorens itself is purpose-built holding the tag of ‘highest ski resort in France’ with the town sitting at 2300 metres.