About Courchevel

Courchevel is home to a fantastic array of slopes and off piste that really does cater for all abilities. It's free lifts on the beginner slopes help get you started, while there is a huge range of intermediate slopes, before you can progress on to the steep North facing slopes that offer some of the best snow in Three Valleys.

The appeal of this glamorous resort doesn't stop there however, with a staggering selection of luxury hotels and boutique shops, all accompanied by some excellent Michelin starred restaurants to make sure you are properly fed and watered after a taxing day, whether it has been hitting the slopes or the shops! Courchevel itself comprises of five different villages, all with their own personality (and budget) Courchevel Moriond has a bustling nightlife and suits a more modest budget, where as Courchevel (1850) offers plenty of glitz and glamour, and Le Praz a more rustic Alpine feel... 

 
 
 

Here is little selection of my top eateries in the area, from hearty fare, to Michelin Star satisfaction!

• Le Bouc Blanc - 04 79 08 80 26
A fantastic terrace and very accessible, easy to lose hours drinking rosé in the sun here!

• Le Panoramic - 04 79 08 00 88
Perched on top of the Saulire, as the name suggest spectacular views, food's not bad.

• Le Roc Tania - 04 79 08 32 34
Hearty Savoyarde fare to be had here, their raclette is pretty good, and their XXL burger is not for the faint hearted.

• La Soucoupe - 04 79 08 21 34
Stunning location at the top of the Loze lift and exceptional wine list.

• L'Azimut - 04 79 06 25 90
Gourmet dining in a relaxed environment in Le Praz, definitely worth a visit.

• Le Bel Air - 04 79 08 00 93
A mix of modern and traditional, this restaurant is extremely popular, so settle in early for a good table!

• La Table De Mon Grand Pere - 04 79 08 41 42
Another gem in Le Praz, excellent food which also includes some seafood dishes, but the steak Tartare is not to be missed here.

• L'Oeil de Boeuf - 04 79 08 22 10
A must for meat lovers! This wonderfully rustic and small restaurant won't suit vegetarians, but they certainly won't over cook your steak!

• Le Courcheneige - 04 79 08 41 42
An informal but typical French style bistro, serving fresh local produce.

• Le Tremplin- 04 79 08 06 19
Your chance for seafood at the foot of the piste, with surprisingly good wine list to match.

• La Cave des Creux - 04 79 07 76 14
Run by two local brothers, serving simple delicious food, the views of Mont Blanc here are spectacular.