Courchevel has a good spread of around 70 places to eat across the five bases. The quality is very high - indeed foodies will be spoilt for choice, with seven restaurants sharing 12 Michelin stars. There's also some excellent value comfort food, like burgers and pizzas, to be found.
• La Chabichou, 1850 – A famous restaurant with two Michelin stars. You'll be taken on a culinary journey of inventive dishes, in a beautifully elegant dining room. You can also book to dine at the coveted Chef's Table in the kitchen.
• Funky Fox, 1650 – Great quality comfort food, from sharing platters to juicy burgers. Challenge yourself to finish the Le Fat Boy burger - a double burger with double cheese and double bacon.
• L'Oeil de Boeuf, 1550 – Savour the finest cuts of meat, with steaks cooked on an open fire and potatoes and onions cooked in the embers. The côte de boeuf is incredible - 1kg of meat shared between two.
• Azimut, Le Praz – A Michelin-starred restaurant without the eye-watering price tag, this contemporary restaurant offers a relaxed atmosphere and incredible food. The 4 or 5-course set menus make for a memorable evening.
• La Cortana, 1550 – Arguably the best pizzas in Courchevel, resonably priced and served in cosy surroundings. The huge menu also includes pasta, gnocchi, risotto, steak, burgers, tartiflette, fondue and raclette.
• Wok Ski (bottom of Moraine chairlift) – Busy skiers can stop here and build their own noodle or rice box for a quick, healthy and value-for-money lunch.
• Le Cap Horn (Courchevel Altiport) – Book early to nab a table here and sample their amazing seafood or sushi. Come après time, the huge terrace comes alive with DJ music and table dancing.
• Le Bouche à Oreille (top of Les Granges) – The two Michelin-starred chef tempts diners with proper regional cuisine – no stodgy food here – to compliment the wonderful views.
• Le Chalet de la Marine (Dalles piste) – The epitome of a mountain hut, with a roaring fire, sheepskin rugs and tasty local cuisine, plus live music and DJs on the terrace in the afternoons.
Made up of four villages, there's a lot of places for you to get a tipple or two. Courchevel 1550 has a relaxed atmosphere while 1650 is a lot livelier and affordable. Glitzy 1850 is equally as vibrant, but can be pretty expensive, hence its nickname 'Paris on Ice'.
• Le Bubble (1650) –- This great little bar shows live sport and has live music most nights of the week, from open mic nights to the best apres bands in the alps. This bar is also on the Crystal discount card to enjoy happy hour prices all week long.
• Le MarKi' bar in Cimes Blances (1650) –- A beautiful terrace at the bottom of the slopes outside the Cimes Blanches Hotel, Le MarKi offers great apres along with fine dining lunch options.
• Milk (1850) – The place to be for both après and late night dancing, with guest DJs and great drink promotions, in a trendy underground setting.
• The Fire and Ice Bar (1650) – It's got the largest terrace in Courchevel on Hotel Portetta, with huge log fires, ice shots and faux fur snugs to keep everybody warm.
• Les Caves de Courchevel Bar – With over 20 years of experience, this place hosts the resort's best DJs in a lavish and stylish setting.
• Le Caterail (1550) – Right on the main highstreet of 1550, Le Caterail offers a great option to sit down and enjoy a traditional pint or some fine wines.
• Purple Café (1850) – A sophisticated, Parisian-style cocktail bar with a wide selection of drinks and an excellent wine menu.
- Head over to Mt Vallon for the best hidden views in the Three Valleys and enjoy lunch in the sun.
- Start the day with the Creux blue run - it's a sunny piste that will set you up for a great day on the hill.
We’re all about giving you support, expertise and knowledge before, during and after your holiday - it’s what we do. Our service includes:
- 24/7 support and assistance via phone, email or even Twitter.
- Online info pack with tons of resort info and tips.
- Ski Explorer app with maps, snow reports, recommended routes and a friend finder.
- Weather, travel and resort updates via Facebook, Twitter or text message.
Our reps will meet you at the airport and help get your lift passes, equipment hire and tuition sorted. They’ll also be available in Courchevel so, if you need anything during your trip, just check your info pack or the Ski Explorer app to find out where they’ll be, and come and have a chat.
All our holidays include shared transfers to and from your accommodation. However, if you would prefer a private transfer, this can be added when booking. These are taken by car, 6-seater or minibus, depending on the number of people in your booking.