Found at the foot of the pistes of Courchevel 1650, the charming Hotel Portetta is a friendly 4* with easy access to the superb ski area. With ski-in ski-out access, you will be up on the slopes in no time and the ski schools are only minutes away. Perfect for families due to its relaxed atmosphere yet also close to the hustle and bustle of the resort, the hotel has undergone a contemporary re-build yet still maintains that traditional alpine feel.
Should you need to soothe your muscles after a day on the slopes, the in-house luxury spa hosts extensive treatments, sauna hammam, relaxation zone and a gym, the perfect opportunity to feel totally at ease.
Portetta provides delightful cuisine consisting of classic and modern French food using fresh local produce. With menus changing both seasonally and daily, you will be spoilt when it comes to dining each evening. The hotel’s flagship restaurant ‘Cucina Angelina’ is the brainchild of Michelin-starred chef, Angela Hartnett and well-known in the resort. Expect rustic mountain chic, warm leather chairs and wooden tables with delicious mountain food.
For lunch or après drinks don’t miss a visit to the hotel's ‘Fire & Ice' bar, home to the largest terrace in Courchevel and based right on the piste outside the hotel. The bar features huge log burning fires, snug fur blankets and a wood-fired pizza oven; the perfect place to unwind.
Price based on per person rate with 2 sharing a standard room. This is a guide price and availability is not guaranteed. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays), exchange rates, flight class and room type can affect prices considerably.
Travel date 16/02/2019
Booked by: Sophie Wylam
Travel date 02/03/2019
Booked by: Sophie Wylam
Travel date 22/03/2022
Booked by: Steve Graham
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Portetta’s recent renovation has resulted in an abundance of bedroom choice. Should you be looking to make the absolute most of the alpine scenery, then why not opt for a Piste View Room that looks out onto Belvedere; the main slope into Courchevel 1650.
If you are after something a little more tranquil, the Valley View Rooms are perfect for ultimate relaxation. If you are travelling as a family, perhaps with young ones, Portetta’s Family Piste View Rooms are ideal thanks to the separate kids bedroom leading off from the main large room, equipped with both bunks beds and an en-suite shower. With a range of board games and DVDs, rest assured the kids can be kept occupied should you need to relax after a day on your skis. The further Family Valley and Large Family Valley Rooms also offer similar designs yet with different views and a little quieter.
The hotel’s Lofts are spot on should you want to be self-catered or half board, and still have access to the hotel’s facilities. The Lofts offer that extra element of luxury with additional privacy and stunning views across Courchevel 1650.
7 nights – guide prices per person
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.
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