Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Courchevel

La Folie Douce
See and be seen at La Folie Douce, though you'll have to take a lift to Val Thorens to check it out.
Courchevel Guides
Even hedonists need a helping hand on the slopes sometimes, which is where Courchevel Guides comes in to have you skiing with confidence in no time.
ESF Courchevel
L'école de ski Français de Courchevel is the biggest ski school in the area, with more than 600 instructors on its books and a range of courses to suit any level.
Chardon L’Oisirs
Ever fancied having an intimate dinner in a woodcutter's cabin to the sound of folk music? Now you can, at Chardon L'Oisirs.
La Mangeoire
Le Mangeoire is one of the most popular apres-ski hangouts on the piste, and for good reason; with an extensive cocktail menu and live piano music, it's a winner.
Le Milk
Courchevel's coolest kids hang out at Le Milk; Mexican restaurant by day, disco heaven by night.
Le Bel Air Courchevel
Le Bel Air Courchevel offers hearty mountain food for 300 ravenous diners; its tiered terraces overlooks breathtakingly beautiful views.
Le Chalet de Pierres
As something of a local favourite, Le Chalet de Pierres is one of the oldest mountain restaurants in Courchevel; a recent renovation ensures its popularity continues.
Alan Hutchinson
With over 10 years on the mountain, Alan Hutchinson knows a thing or two about Courchevel; his teaching techniques are excellent.

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