Courchevel 1650 is also known as Courchevel Moriond which was its original name. It’s a lively village with good nightlife, with a great selection of apres bars and clubs open until the small hours. The village is centred on a quiet square and so retains the feel of an Alpine village and the village basks in the sun thanks to its location on a ledge.
The ski area of Courchevel 1650 is predominantly made up of green and blue runs but due to the excellent lift system you are very quickly into the whole of the Three Valleys ski regions. . The slopes above Courchevel 1650) are wide and usually a little quieter than those higher on the mountain and there are some good areas for heading off-piste. There are also some great tree-lined runs for days when the weather closes in.
There is a free bus links all the other Courchevel villages from early morning until around 1am and so you can go easily up to Courchevel 1850 for its more jet set nightlife if you wish and as the Aquamotion centre is just below 1650 it’s very easy to get to, in fact it’s just a few minutes’ walk from our chalets or hop on the free bus. There are also 2 lifts from 1650 into 1850, ensuring that easy access into the whole of the Three Valleys are including Meribel and Val Thorens.
Our two chalets in Courchevel 1650 are located in a quiet area with stunning views over the mountains and valleys below and bask in the sun in the afternoon. Chalet Golden Eagle sleeps 10 people in 5 bedrooms and chalet Eagles Next sleeps up to 12 in 6 bedrooms. As they are situated next to each other they are ideal for larger groups.
Restaurants in Courchevel Moriond 1650
Moriond has a wide range of restaurants available from good value pizzerias to gourmet bistros. Some of the best restaurants include Manali for fine dining, Le Petit Savoyard for traditional specialties and La Table de Marie for a family friendly, warm and welcoming informal atmosphere
Nightlife in Courchevel Moriond 1650
Moriond is renowned for its vibrant night life and après ski venues. After a day on the mountain, many choose to visit La Boulotte Bar for après ski. It has some great live music throughout the winter season and is popular with holiday makers and locals alike. Le Bubble and the Funky Fox are always geared up for a big party and they are consequently the two most popular bars for late night drinks. For a quiet relaxing tipple by the fireside the Fire & Ice bar at Le Portetta is an excellent place to unwind.
To book any of our wonderful properties you can either book online, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org (we can call you back to sort out the booking) or we can take your booking over the phone on 0151 625 1921
When booking one of our self-catered chalets and apartments we take a non-refundable deposit of 25% of the accommodation costs. For all of our catered chalets we take a non-refundable deposit of £150 per person.
We can take payment in £ Sterling or in Euro:
· If paying by £ then this can be done online or over the phone with a credit/debit card
· If paying in Euro we will need to take payment over the phone
We also accept UK and French cheques and UK and Euro bank transfers. If booking within 8 weeks of departure then the full amount is payable immediately. If paying with a credit card there is a 2% extra charge
The final payment is required a minimum of 10 weeks before departure.
There are four airports within easy reach of our resorts:
• Geneva – approximately 2.5 hours away
• Grenoble – approximately 2.5 hours away
• Lyon – approximately 2.5 hours away
• Chambery – approximately 1.5 hours away
These are only guide times and travelling periods are likely to increase during peak periods. All four airports can be reached by a number of airlines, including Easyjet, BA, Swiss, Flybe and Jet2.com.
We are pleased to be able to offer a transfer service; this is complimentary for our catered ski chalets in Courchevel 1650 from Geneva airport if booked on a room by room basis or any airport if booked as a whole chalet .
If there are only a small number of you, hiring a car is a cost-effective choice for bridging the gap from the airport to the mountain. If you are arranging your car hire yourself from Geneva Airport, be sure to pick up your vehicle from the Swiss side of the airport so that you miss the motorway pass and reduce your travelling time. Snow tyres are mandatory for all cars in Switzerland – unlike in France – and usually come equipped with snow chains as well. If arriving at other airports ensure that you pre-booked snow chains.
Please note that whilst traveling in the Alps snow chains are mandatory from December to April – you can be fined and denied access to the mountains if you do not have them.
There are bus services to our resorts in Courchevel from Geneva Airport, although it is advised to reserve your seats beforehand to avoid disappointment – particularly in the peak periods where booking is essential. For those looking to use the bus, we recommend visiting either alpski-bus or Altibus. To get from Chambery airport this company operates a shuttle service www.mobisavoie.fr
You can travel directly via Eurostar or on the combined and cheaper Eurostar and TGV services directly from Paris. Rail services to our Courchevel resorts are excellent, as you can travel directly from the UK via the Eurostar and TGV services. You can then travel from Moutiers to our chalets by taxi, with taxi ranks available at the train station or if you have booked one of our catered chalets we provide the transfer free of charge.