Hotel La Sivoliere
Hotel La Sivoliere
Courchevel 1850, France
based on 7 nights
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
per person based on 2 people sharing a Superior Room for 7 nights on a half board basis including return airport transfers.
At a Glance
A stylish and elegant boutique hotel
Ski-in ski-out location, next to the 'Dou du Midi' red piste, tucked away in the heart of the forest
Beautifully-appointed rooms and suites have a contemporary flair
The luxurious suites and apartment feature sitting areas, a fireplace and a private terrace or balcony
The Petit VIP service is great for the little ones!
Savour gourmet cuisine or traditional Savoyard specialities in the 1850 restaurant
Sample the chef's homemade crepes and pastries at teatime!
Ideal for couples and families alike
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Courchevel offers a great balance of high and medium altitude and predominantly north-facing slopes to offer excellent skiing throughout the winter. In December, huge capacity for artificial snowmaking and the connection to the Val Thorens valley make good skiing probable. Courchevel really comes into its own from January to March, typically seeing regular snowfalls. When it gets really cold, runs to the lower villages are bearable and come spring time, north-facing pitches hold up well.
Call us on 020 3993 4743 to start planning your holiday to Hotel La Sivoliere
La Sivoliere in Courchevel 1850 is a charming boutique hotel, tucked away in the heart of the forest. This stylish ski-in ski-out haven is beautifully appointed, has great facilities for families and is just a ten minute walk from the centre.
Hotel La Sivoliere is situated in the heart of the forest, next to the 'Dou du Midi' red piste and only a ten minute walk from the centre of Courchevel 1850. This chalet-style hotel has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment and is beautifully decorated in an alpine style with a modern edge. It is a slick and contemporary hotel where service is paramount. Enjoy your well earned après ski beside the roaring fire, have a game of cards in the Dolomites lounge or become absorbed by a book in the tranquil library. The luxurious rooms, suites and apartment are beautifully-furnished and are truly welcoming after a hard day on the mountain. The suites and the apartment feature sitting areas, fireplace and a private terrace or balcony.
Freshly baked bread, homemade jam and alpine honey make breakfast a tantalising experience, and in the evenings, the 1850 restaurant serves local delicacies from refined starters to delectable desserts. At teatime the chef whips up exquisite hot chocolate, crepes and pastries to enjoy by the fire, or for something a little stronger, warm up with a mulled wine or cocktail in the cosy bar.
After a long day's skiing, why not loosen those tired limbs in the fitness centre by taking a swim in the balneotherapy pool, or relax in the hammam and sauna.
The Petit VIP service is a wonderful service for 4 - 12 year olds, offering a personalised welcome, children's currency, a special supper table and fantastic play area.
Courchevel 1850 is an exclusive yet family orientated resort with fantastic pistes for all abilities. The resort is very well connected to the entire 3 valleys ski area opening up 600km of well maintained slopes and a whole host of exciting opportunities and activities such as cross country skiing and paragliding.
Each of the 24 rooms, 11 suites and 2 apartments exude an air of luxury and elegance. The suites and apartments feature sitting areas, fireplace and a private terrace or balcony. All rooms have private bathrooms and are equipped with WiFi, flat screen TV, DVD and hair dryer.
The Superior Room (22 sqm) has a double bed, en suite, wi-fi, TV and DVD player and hairdryer. The interior design by Tristan Auer blends modernity and authenticity with woods and plush carpets combining with spectacular views.
The Prestige Rooms (30sqm) have a double bed, en suite, wi-fi, TV and DVD player and hairdryer. The interior design by Tristan Auer blends modernity and authenticity with woods and plush carpets combining with spectacular views.
|Junior Family Suite||
The Junior Family Suites (35sqm) include a double room with en suite, wi-fi, TV and DVD player, hairdryer. They feature an open plan lounge area with sofa bed for one child or bunk beds for two children. These rooms have a private terrace or balcony with mountain view.
|One Bedroom Prestige Suite||
The One Bedroom Suite (60sqm) includes a double room with en suite, wi-fi, TV and DVD player, hairdryer. Also features a separate living area with sophisticated interior design by Tristan Auer including comfortable sofas and deep Chesterfield chairs and a fireplace. Has a private terrace or balcony with spectacular view.
|Two Bedroom Signature Suite||
The Two Bedroom Suite is 90sqm and includes two bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and a separate living room. The master bedroom has a king size bed and the second bedroom can be a twin or bunk beds. This suite has a private terrace or balcony with village or forest view.
The Three Bedroom Apartment is 145sqm and includes one double and two twin rooms with en suite, wi-fi, TV and DVD player, hairdryer. Also features a separate spacious living area with sophisticated interior design by Tristan Auer including comfortable sofas and deep Chesterfield chairs and a fireplace. Has a private terrace or balcony with spectacular view.
Children are treated like kings at La Sivoliere. Facilities include a children’s room with interactive games, Playstation, flat screen TV, DVD player and a children's supper table. Scott Dunn private nannies are available on request.
The hotel offers a "Petit VIP" service for children aged 4 - 12 years old - children will enjoy a personalised welcome at the mini reception, be offered a Petit VIP Mocktail (alcohol-free fruit cocktail), get their Petit VIP passports. Children also have their own VIP currency, allowing them to buy pancakes, pastries and refreshments throughout their stay. There are additional room gifts, soaps and shampoos. Installed at their "Mini 1850", they can read the Petit VIP menu of the day on a large blackboard, while sitting by the fireplace and studying their drinks menu of "mocktails" and smoothies. The Petit VIP room has a "sensitive floor" - a novel system for projecting 3D interactive images onto the floors and walls, so children can interact in their play.
Qualified (CACHE trained or similar) nannies who are recruited for their mature but fun approach to childcare. Scott Dunn offers pre-season training, which includes a comprehensive first aid course. Nannies provide a structured day including food, entertainment and transport to and from lessons.
Baby sitting is available in the evenings on a request basis and is chargeable per hour.
Freshly baked bread, homemade jam and alpine honey make breakfast a tantalising experience, and in the evenings, enjoy a sumptuous meal in the 1850 restaurant which serves local delicacies from refined starters to delectable desserts. At teatime the chef whips up exquisite hot chocolate, crepes and pastries to enjoy by the fire, or for something a little stronger, warm up with a mulled wine or cocktail in the cosy bar.
After the day's activities, soothe aching muscles in the balneotherapy pool, or relax in the sauna and hammam.
The hotel's shuttle bus service runs down to La Croisette.
|Le 1850 Restaurant||
Recommended by the Michelin Guide, Chef Fanny Rey creates spectacular dishes, focusing on seasonal, local ingredients. She works alongside her husband, Jonathan Wahid, voted the best pastry Chef in France, together creating an unmissable gourmet experience.
|La Table de Fanny||
La Table de Fanny serves an exceptional 7 or 10 course tasting menu called 'Experiences de Neige', produced and created by Fanny Rey.
Courchevel has a reputation as a place for rock stars and royalty but make no mistake, it is one of the world’s premier ski resorts with good reason. The skiing has breadth and depth that is unequalled. The extent of the Three Valleys combined with perfectly groomed runs, vertiginous off-piste couloirs, gentle runs at village level and much admired tree skiing mean Courchevel has lots for skiers of all standards.
If skiing is just a sideshow for you, the boutiques and art galleries will keep you occupied until it is lunchtime at one of Courchevel’s many fine restaurants. Most renowned eateries including Cap Horn, Chalet de Pierres, Bel Air and Soucoupe are accessible by road or by gondola.
Apart from skiing, the village has plenty to offer. We recommend a flight from the famous altiport or a cookery course with Michel Rochedy, the Michelin starred chef at Le Chabichou. The toboggan run to 1550 is another favourite. There is a farmers’ market on Wednesdays and the Forum is home to an Olympic ice rink, bowling alley, climbing wall and small gym. Paragliding, horse drawn carriage rides, forest walks, show-shoeing, cross-country skiing, ice karting and hot-air balloon rides are also possible.
Courchevel hosts special events including the International Pyrotechnic Festival, the most impressive fireworks display you will ever see, and ski-jumping competitions at the Olympic ski jump in Le Praz.
Alice Peal (Staff)
Hotel La Sivoliere is a wonderful 5*, exclusive, yet relaxed and unpretentious. It's situated on a quiet private road so it is peaceful out of the hustle and bustle, but still very close to the centre. Set just on the side of the Dou du Midi piste, this is an easy ski down to start your day, but they do have a driver service to get you to the main lifts should you wish, this is the perfect option for beginners. They have thought of lots of little extra touches throughout the hotel to make it truly special and something a little different. They cater for everyone young or old (and even dogs!) from the moment you check in!
Georgie Berghaeger (Staff)
This is a lovely, cosy hotel just outside the centre of Courchevel. Some of the rooms have fireplaces, something that in the depth of the season is a welcome addition to your room. The little forest that envelopes the hotel offers a privacy that is unusual in 1850 yet the hotel has the luck of still being ski in ski out. The hotel's own restaurant serves up excellent fare and you can retreat to the atmospheric hotel bar on the ground floor after supper. Of course the hotel is also close enough to the hustle and bustle of Courchevel's town centre making accessing the great restaurant scene and nightlife almost too easy!
As one of the largest aquatic centres in the Alps, Aquamotion offers swimming with flumes, indoor surfing, inflatables and a climbing wall as well as a fitness gym, spa and fitness classes such as yoga.
Après ski with a difference. If there's still some energy to burn off at the end of the day, the climbing wall at Courchevel 1850 is an entertaining option.
Drive a piste basher
A mountain experience that is quite possibly every child's (and adult's) dream when they see these being driven up and down the pistes.
Hot air ballooning
A serene and peaceful way to see the Alps, a hot air balloon ride will make your holiday truly memorable.
Six Senses Spa, Courchevel
A visit to the Six Senses Spa in Courchevel is an ideal way to relax and rejuvenate. With indulgent treatments and massages this is a welcome retreat for skiers and non skiers alike.
Skiing The Three Valleys
Being part of the three valleys means Courchevel has access to a vast area of pistes for your enjoyment, 600km of them to be exact.
Snowshoeing in Courchevel
Leave all the hustle and bustle of the slopes and the lift queues behind as you discover the tranquil, natural surroundings of the mountains on snowshoes. Using a private guide, discover the best snowshoe walks and access places skiers can't get to.
Once night has fallen and the skiers have deserted the slopes, you can still enjoy the thrill of shooting down a mountain with the wind in your face – on a sledge!
Location & directions
Courchevel 1850, France
On the Col du Midi piste. 10 minutes walk to the town centre.
How to get there
Scott Dunn offers scheduled British Airways flights from London to Geneva followed by private or shared transfers (2-hour 30-minute). Regional and private flights can also be arranged as well as private transfers and helicopter transfers. Alternative airports include Lyon (2-hour 45-minute transfer) or Chambery (1-hour 30-minute transfer). Helicopter transfers take around 30 minutes.
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