You won’t find more luxury in the hotels in Courchevel than here at Les Airelles. Thirty seven rooms, 14 suites and one apartment all decorated and furnished with fantastic French flare. Crowned with the rare distinction of palace status (luxury beyond 5 stars) in 2011, Les Airelles is up there with the best in the world – and we’ll stand behind that. It even has its own ice-rink, for crying out loud – what more do you want?
Prices are not advertised, but if you have to ask you probably can’t afford it. That said, for the steep rates you get a ski valet to carry equipment from the locker room to the lift leaving you hands-free to do more important things – like throw a snow ball at your loved one, for instance.
Dine in one of three restaurants at Les Airelles, one of which was created by fusion super chef Pierre Gagnaire, who has restaurants in Paris, London, Tokyo, Las Vegas and Hong Kong. The mouthwatering menu would please even the most discerning diners.
And when you’re done with dinner, indulge at the Spa Valmont with a soak in an outdoor whirlpool or a swim in the retro Roman pool. If you can’t rest, relax and rejuvenate here, then you won’t be able to anywhere. As you’d expect of such a plush property, the hotel is ski-in and ski-out for complete ease of access.