Le Chabichou is a cosy, alpine retreat in the heart of Courchevel 1850 and is renowned for its culinary excellence and enviable piste side location.
Traditional Savoyard chalet in white wood, in an enviable ski-in ski-out location
Personal service is paramount in this family-owned hotel
Pretty rustic rooms have a cosy feel
After the day's exertions, enjoy afternoon tea or sample some tapas in the atmospheric bar
Le Chabichou is a picturesque white wood hotel perched on the edge of the mountain just a stone’s throw from the centre of Courchevel 1850. This established hotel is relaxed and intimate with fabulous views and a cosy alpine ambience.
The two-star Michelin restaurant offers gourmet cuisine from the chef Michel Rochedy, combining exotic inspiration with produce from his own garden. The fantastic dishes are complimented by an outstanding wine list. Guests can dine in the elegant dining room with open kitchen and admire the award winning chefs in action, or take advantage of the extensive sun terrace boasting stunning mountain views. Alternatively, you can eat at the Chabotté Bistro, which serves traditional Savoyard fare. Drinks and appetising snacks are served at the bar which is open for delicious freshly baked cakes, buns and other sweets in the morning and tapas in the evening. Every Wednesday sees Jazz night with an impressive dessert buffet by the fireplace. There is also a gourmet food shop where you can purchase homemade produced signed by Michel Rochedy.
The Cha'Banya Spa features an extra large steam room, sauna, fitness room and a spacious Jacuzzi. Water paths, a sensory and tactile tropical rain trail, and an 'Alpine bath' bio sauna add to the innovative facilities on offer. The beauty salon has a wide range of treatments available for ultimate relaxation; perfect after a hard day's skiing.
Courchevel 1850 is an exclusive yet family orientated resort with fantastic pistes for all abilities. The resort is very well connected to the entire 'Les Trois Vallées' 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.
When to visit
Treat yourself in the Michelin star restaurant at this hotel.
Plan your tripPlan your trip
Courchevel 1850, 4 mins walk to town centre. Nearest lift - Plantrey.
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.
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.
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!