The first ski resort to be established in the Trois-Vallées, Courchevel is steeped in French history. It has attracted skiers and winter lovers from all over the world who come to relish the unparalleled setting. Offering high-octane athleticism and glamour, it is a village for people who enjoy the finer things in life.
...it is a village for people who enjoy the finer things in life.
The entire area offers a range of ski options, including Courchevel, Val-Thorens, Méribel, Les Menuires, Saint Martin de Belleville, Brides-les-Bains, La Tania and Orelle. It is the largest ski area in the world.
Equally beloved by Olympic athletes as beginners, it caters to all skill levels and offers hundreds of activities that don’t require a pair of skis. Whether you love hurtling down a mountain or drinking in the snowy panorama, Courchevel will keep everyone happy. Look out of your bedroom window to over the thousand mountain peaks that the heart of the Alps, including Mont Blanc, La Grande Casse and Les Écrins. The magic of Courchevel comes alive at Airelles.
There is a perfect spot just outside of Courchevel – where the magnificent ski slopes meet the Jardin Alpin – where Airelles is situated. From the outside, this sumptuous hotel looks like an austro-hungarian castle in a fairy tale.
Inside, the magic remains unbroken, thanks to the elegant materials, otherworldly murals and stained-glass windows that fill the property. It is a wonderland that comes alive each winter.
Airelles believes that modern luxury means giving guests a personalised experience that is discreet, subtle and all-encompassing. And whether your mouth is watering for a specific dish, or you want to explore a specific slope, there is a team of 180 employees on hand day and night to anticipate and meet every need.