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The Best Things About Exclusive Courchevel Chalets

Courchevel is a popular ski area located in the Savoie region in the French Alps. It is part of the Three Valleys, as well as the linked resorts that make up the 600km paradise for ski fanatics- the largest ski terrain in the world.

The landscape offers an impressive range of altitudes. Beginners can frolic in nursery slopes, while advanced skiers can take on the more adventurous black and red runs. Courchevel offers advanced facilities, ski lifts and possibly anything a skier must need while in the piste.

Courchevel is used to collectively refer to four different locations: Courchevel 1300, Courchevel 1550, Courchevel 1650, Courchevel 1850. Courchevel 1850 is famous for its multi-level terrain, breathtaking sceneries, and of course, the luxury chalets and restaurants that reflect the elegance and glamour of the French culture. Some chalets in 1850 are even situated in the piste itself. Guests retire to timber and stone houses and wake up to soft glow of the sun sweeping across the majestic French Alps.

Courchevel chalets are known all over the world as chalets with the best facilities, luxury accommodation, shopping and entertainment. But even the most avid of skiers cannot spend the whole day in the snow. Chevrolet offers a wide range of exclusive services and attractions for their guests to enjoy.

Luxury chalets offer chauffeured services to take their guests to any of the chic boutiques and commercial establishments in the area. Guests unwind in exclusive bars and pubs, or relax their aching muscles in spas and indoor pools exclusive in luxury Courchevel chalets. They also have the choice to dine outside or be treated to a culinary feast prepared by Michelin trained chefs in the comfort and privacy of their chalet.

Courchevel chalets offer warmth, comfort, and luxury that’s perfect for the ideal ski holiday.

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