Bedrooms: 7 Guests: 14 m²: 560
The understated sibling of the outwardly ostentatious Courchevel 1850, the resort now known as Courchevel Moriond is particularly popular among families arriving from the European continent who prefer a reserved elegance as opposed to over-the-top indulgence.
Within easy reach of the ‘Parc de la Vanoise’ – a protected area dedicated to younger skiers – Courchevel 1650 is the perfect setting for children, also enjoying its own Aquamotion centre complete with swimming pool, artificial wave, spa and onsite café – there’s no better space for families.
With the added benefit of ski touring and hiking throughout the lower lying mountains, Courchevel 1650 enjoys a certain grace that lacks in its more altitudinal sibling, making for an altogether more affordable excursion.
Courchevel 1650 draws in those seeking a more distinguished experience – and, fortunate enough, Kings Avenue hosts some of the most beloved luxury chalets of this resort. While never claiming to be in the same league as those Mega Mansions of 1850, the experience is unrivalled in terms of charm and sophistication.
Constructed from the finest materials and finished to the highest specifications, guests are smitten as to the classical beauty still on offer in Courchevel Moriond.
Where Courchevel 1650 retains its classical aura, ascend into Belvedere, disappear discretely into the trees and uncover some of our finest chalets.
Make the most of our ski-in/ski-out chalets, dive into the hidden depths of their private swimming pools, and indulge in an exclusive spa treatment – all courtesy of the Kings Avenue collection in Belvedere.