High above the French mainland, on a cradle of cotton clouds and snow-capped mountains, sits the luxury destination of Courchevel 1850—a winter wonderland for the well-heeled. Forming a part of Les Trois Vallées, the town accommodates some of the finest international ski slopes, with participating opportunities for beginners and professionals alike. Courchevel 1850 also sports designer boutiques, several Michelin-starred restaurants, a world-class water park, various Nordic walking trails, venues for adventure sports, and hotspots of cultural activity. For a truly bespoke experience spanning your holiday, One Authentic Properties presents two chalets in Courchevel 1850—each crafted to gratify all the senses in a location worthy of the gods.
The Chalet Le Blanchot, which is located in the upscale Bellecôte region of Courchevel 1850, is a symphony of light timber, subdued stone, and measured glass, emphasizing the composure and warmth it offers to its inhabitants. Scaling five floors, the property houses two foyers with an open fireplace, six en-suite bedrooms, a Gaggenau-designed kitchen, a formal dining room, a ski room, a home cinema, a swimming pool with an accompanying Jacuzzi hot tub and hammam, and a secure parking space. Designed with comfort as its central aspect, the chalet is generously endowed with snug rugs, oversized couches, downy bergères, and ambient lighting, pledging an unconditional retreat from the travails of everyday.
The Chalet Le Blanchot is located near an assortment of local attractions including the indulgent water park Aquamotion, snow grooming routes near Courchevel Altiport, and Le Forum, which contains a number of designer shops, an indoor skating rink, and a bowling alley. At sundown, guests can choose from a plethora of nightlife options within arm’s reach from the property. Bars such as Ku-de-ta and La Suite Bar & Lounge, which pair live music and sparkling cocktails, are certainly worth an evening jaunt. L’Equipe and Les Caves are world-class nightclubs that bring the latest hits in pop to sky-high themed nights and exclusive parties.
Composed through a marriage of dark wood, soft marble, and generous drapery, the Chalet Le Coquelicot swathe the vacationist in unadulterated tranquillity—a world in itself. The chalet’s expansive interiors are furnished with a salon with an open fireplace, six en-suite bedrooms, a designer kitchen, a dining area, home cinema , a spa with hamam and sauna, Jacuzzi and a swimming pool, staff quarters, and a garage with a car lift. The Chalet Le Coquelicot offers ski-to-door access to world-famous ski runs at Cospillot and panoramic vistas of the major sun-dazzled slopes in the region.
The Chalet Le Coquelicot’s location is certain to appeal to the skiing aficionado, just as it has plenty to offer to the contemporary epicurean. Run by the internationally renowned chef Pierre Gagnaire, Les Airelles is a double Michelin-starred restaurant in the vicinity which presents a thoroughfare of provincial and moderne cuisine. Le Kintessence, another Michelin-starred establishment in the area, offers a rare selection of wines and gastronomic preparations from Asia.
Both chalets come equipped with integrated security systems, wireless internet, and complimentary luxury toiletries, and make provisions for a host of other selective requirements, including chauffer, butler, and chef services, à la carte.
A stay at one of these luxury chalets will certainly make your trip to this high-altitude paradise very special.