Named after one of the largest diamonds ever found and meaning Mountain of Light in Persian, Koh-I Nor conjures up images of splendour and luxury. And with its spectacular location - at 2,364m - and striking architecture, this hotel is set to be a destination of choice when skiing the Trois Vallées. The design and furnishings are luxurious, and the mountain light streams in through enormous windows, giving a real sense of being on top of the world.
All the rooms and suites have balconies with fabulous views across the valleys and peaks and range from cosy rooms perfect for couples, to spacious family suites. Luxuriously decorated and furnished, the offer the ultimate comfort after a day on the slopes.
Every thought has been given to relaxing and enjoying good food at the hotel. A south west facing panoramic terrace is the perfect place for lunch and afternoon. There are three restaurants at the Koh-I Nor - an international restaurant serving a gourmet five course dinner, a brasserie with more simple options including a delicious range of à la carte dishes and an impressive wine cellar plus La Cave which serves a range of local specialities. And the lounge bar with its cosy fireplace is a relaxing place to unwind after a day on the slopes.
An enormous Spa and the swimming pool offer guests the ultimate in après ski relaxation. With a fitness room, sauna, hammam, Jacuzzi, salt wall, ice fountain and solarium, guests will feel well and truly pampered. Guests can take advantage of the well-equipped ski shop, and the hotel offers a shuttle service within the resort.