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Occupies a fantastic
location in the centre of Courchevel Moriond (1650). The resort main
street’s ample selection of shops and restaurants are right on the
doorstep. Skiing in Moriond is accessed via a short 130 metre walk to
the escalator which
takes skiers up to the Front de Neige and the lifts.
The ski bus stop is 30 metres from the building, which takes skiers the
short 10 minute ride either to Courchevel (1850) or Courchevel Village
(1550) from where the Grangettes télécabine runs directly up to La
Croisette, the main base station of the Courchevel (1850) ski area.
Communal entrance and lift
Shared boot room with private ski locker with heated boot rack for the chalet
Open-plan living/dining room with balcony
Room 1 - twin or king sized double with shower, sauna & WC, plus
additional bunk room with shower only for children (only bookable with
Room 2 - twin or king-sized double with shower
Room 3 - twin or king-sized double with shower and WC
Room 4 = small twin with shower and WC
Offered on a catered chalet basis, your holiday will include: -
- 7 days of breakfast, including 6 cooked and 1 continental breakfast
- 6 days of homemade afternoon tea and cake
- 6 days of aperitifs
- 6 evening meals including 5 days of 3 course meals and a 2 course Alpine Specialty meal on one day
- Unlimited wine with dinner until coffee is served
Chalet staff live out
Courchevel 1650 Resort Info
Courchevel on a realistic budget, without compromising on nightlife, atmosphere and quality of accommodation? Look no further than 1650. Just a few minutes away from Courchevel 1850, but far more down-to-earth, friendly and within reach of the average skier. Courchevel 1650 has a vast selection of chalets, some high-end hotels and some for those on a lower budget. It also has bars and restaurants with relatively reasonable prices and, if you really must, a bus service to 1850 that takes 7-10 minutes and runs until late. The atmosphere is more laid-back, with a lot of seasonnaires making this their base.
Courchevel 1650 also has a great little ski area that rarely gets visited by people staying elsewhere in the Three Valleys. The result is that the slopes are far less crowded, even at peak times and there's a good selection of runs to suit all. It's not as quick to get to Meribel and Val Thorens compared to 1850, but just make the journey part of the fun!
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