Courchevel 1850, France
A charming ski-in ski-out chalet in an ideal location in Courchevel 1850, owned and operated by the five star hotel, La Sivoliere. Perfect for a family vacation, the chalet sleeps 6+2.
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Chalet Sivoliere is a charming Savoyard chalet in Courchevel 1850, owned and operated by the five star hotel, La Sivoliere. Wonderfully situated in a great ski-in, ski-out location, with direct access onto the Cospillot slope, the chalet is tastefully and beautifully decorated with lots of Savoyard wood panelling and sumptuous fabrics, and is offered on a bed and breakfast basis.
At the top of the chalet, the convivial living and dining area is open-plan, and has vaulted ceilings, ample sofa space and a lovely homely feel. There are large French sliding doors out to the balcony which has great views over the slopes. Relax after a day on the slopes in front of the cracking log fire which is the focal point of the room. The kitchen, in the style of a tiny chalet, is fully-equipped with all the amenities necessary for a family vacation.
Each bedroom is beautifully finished in a rustic Alpine style and each has an en-suite shower room. On the ground floor is the master bedroom which has a dressing room and private bathroom, as well as a balcony with views towards the pistes. Descend another level and there are two further double bedrooms, one of which also has bunk beds. The bedrooms come equipped with a flatscreen television, hairdryer and safe.
On this level, there is a second dining room with its own kitchen and a wine cellar. To revive tired legs, have a swim in the small heated pool, or relax in the sauna and steam room. The hotel arranges for a housekeeper to visit the chalet daily and she prepares breakfast according to guests' preferences. A shuttle service is available during the day for easy access to the delights of Courchevel, and shopping can be delivered if required. The hotel can also arrange extra services such as a chef to prepare dinner, or a beauty therapist for a pampering massage or beauty treatment, depending on availability.
There are 3 double bedrooms, each beautifully finished in a rustic Alpine style with lots of wood panelling and sumptuous fabrics. The master bedroom has a spacious dressing room, and a balcony with views towards the pistes. There are two further double bedrooms, one of which also has bunk beds. The bedrooms come equipped with a flatscreen television, hairdryer and safe, as well as a host of products from the Hotel Sivolière, including bathrobe and slippers, and a variety of toiletries.
Scott Dunn pioneered skiing vacations with childcare and this is an optional extra that many families consider indispensable. We offer childcare from 4 months and ensure that children have the most fantastic vacations and that parents can completely relax with peace of mind that their family is in great hands. Your children can be taken to and collected from ski lessons and will be kept entertained with a varied and imaginative activity program and given healthy lunches and snacks (to be paid locally)
Our childcare staff are qualified professionals and guests can opt to have a private nanny service . Babysitting is available too. A wide range of equipment for babies and toddlers can be provided to all guests on request, mostly free of charge.
The service at Chalet Sivoliere includes a housekeeper who visits daily, and who prepares breakfast according to guests' preferences. The housekeeper can also arrange for shopping to be done whilst guests are enjoying the fresh mountain air on the pistes, and a chef can be arranged to prepare dinner should guests prefer (subject to availability).
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 favorite. 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.
Location & Directions
Courchevel 1850, France
Situated in a great ski-in, ski-out location, with direct access onto the Cospillot slope.
When to go
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.