- Catered Chalet
- Sleeps 8
- All En Suite Bedrooms
- Sauna & Outdoor Hot tub
- Free Wifi
Chalet Paloma is located by the bottom of the escalators in Courchevel 1650, a resort with a lively après ski scene and lots of good skiing, appropriate for skiers of all levels.
The chalet sleeps 8 people across 4 bedrooms, each with their own en suites. The master bedroom even boasts its own sauna! Tastefully decorated, with a living room crying out for guests to relax and cosy up on the warm leather sofas in front of the large stone fireplace, chalet Paloma has it all. From the living room, you will find a large terrace, complete with its own hot tub to relax those muscles after a long day of skiing.
Boot room with heated boot rack
1 large twin bedroom with balcony, en suite shower, basin and W.C. and sauna (en suite/sauna accessible via bedroom or corridor)
Living/dining area. Kitchen. Access to terrace with hot tub.
1 double bedroom with small balcony, en suite bath, W.C. & basin.
1 twin bedroom with balcony, en suite shower, basin and W.C.
3rd floor (in eaves): 1 bedroom with 2 twin beds and a 3rd bed under eaves. En suite shower, sink and W.C.
About Courchevel 1650
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!