Chalet Le Bisolet

Great for groups and families, Chalet Le Bisolet in Courchevel 1650 is a rare chalet for seven with a single room that carries no sole occupancy charge. The top floor lounge and dining area have two balconies to enjoy the mountains, and an attractive stone fireplace makes the room very cosy on snowy nights.

The three twin bedrooms all have ensuite bathrooms, while the single room has sole use of a shower and WC across the corridor. For ultimate relaxation, guests are sure to enjoy the relaxing sauna and appreciate the very comfy leather sofas. Chalet Le Bisolet is near to the escalator which conveniently takes guests up to the village centre. Alternatively, it's a six-minute walk or a short bus ride. All guests are welcome to leave their equipment in the ski shop overnight.

  • Sauna
  • Log Fire
  • WiFi
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£1,285pp
  • Flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
  • 26 March 2023
  • 7 Nights
  • Half Board | Sleeps 7
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Bedrooms

Ground Floor

 2 x Twin Rooms with shower, basin & WC

Second Floor

Twin Room with bath, basin & WC

Single Room with private shower, basin & WC

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Resort details

Courchevel

Courchevel village is a glamorous ski resort in the Three Valleys ski area, which includes Val Thorens and Meribel. With 600 kilometres of ski runs and covering an area of 105 square kilometres, it is the largest ski area in the world with some superb skiing on offer.

Courchevel ski resort is comprised of four settlements: Courchevel 1850 has the best skiing, shopping and plenty of family friendly activities. Courchevel Moriond (formerly known as Courchevel 1650) is more traditional, and more reasonably priced. Courchevel 1550 is quieter with a mixture of accommodation, and lastly, Courchevel Le Praz (formerly known as Courchevel 1300) is an authentic Alpine village full of character.

Courchevel is best known for its intermediate level skiing, but beginners and experts will also find plenty to keep them occupied. The piste-grooming facilities at Courchevel are excellent, although you’ll always find the best snow above 1650m.

The ski resort’s many amenities could keep you busy for weeks on end, but it’s also compact enough to make a long weekend ski break more than worthwhile. Superb facilities, adventure experiences and plenty of alternative snow activities make it equally ideal for family ski holidays, so whichever kind of holiday you have planned, they'll be plenty of options to make the most of your time in Courchevel.

Call our ski experts today to find out more about Courchevel ski resort.

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