Cheval Blanc Courchevel is preparing to open its doors for the winter season on December 14. The contemporary ski-in ski-out Maison is set in the prestigious Jardin Alpin of Courchevel 1850, with direct access to the world’s largest ski domain, the Trois Vallées. With just 36 elegant rooms and suites, Cheval Blanc Courchevel is an intimate and inviting haven where impeccable, personalised service creates an easy going and friendly atmosphere. Combining traditional hospitality with a contemporary spirit, Cheval Blanc Courchevel reinterprets a stay at altitude with boldness and modernity.

This year the Maison is announcing three new facets that reinforce its commitment and connection to fine art, wellness, and just as importantly, winter sports, enhancing the guest experience in the heart of the Alps. The three-star restaurant Le 1947 at Cheval Blanc is elevating its ambience with a new work by the artist Mathias Kiss — “Besoin d’air. Classically trained as an artisan and having developed exceptional technical skill, this rising star of the art world has earned a reputation for playing with the rules and then breaking them to spectacular effect. In addition, Experience Skijoring, Among the many activities that Cheval Blanc Courchevel offers its guests, skijoring stands out as an unforgettable new experience — discovering snowy pathways across the sublime landscape while skiing behind a horse. Finally, try a Russian Banya, installed at the foot of the slopes, the Russian Banya is the latest amenity provided for our guests’ well-being and enjoyment at Cheval Blanc Courchevel.

The Maison is also delighted to present this years special Christmas cake, “la bûche des Neiges.” Exemplifying the culinary vision of Yannick Alléno for Cheval Blanc Courchevel: audacious and joyfully flavourful.

 

Source: Z.Seven