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The Greatest & Most Luxurious Ski Accommodation France Has To Offer


A presentation on some of the best slopes, facilities and Ski accommodation that France has to offer.

A presentation on some of the best slopes, facilities and Ski accommodation that France has to offer.

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  • 1. The Greatest & Most Luxurious SkiAccommodation France Has To Offer
  • 2. IntroductionFrance has a vibrant and rich history when it comes to skiing. The FrenchAlps are seen as one of the most archetypal, not to mention beautiful,places for breath-taking views and ski runs of the highest quality.This reputation is a result of almost 100 years of a French affinity for skiing,which has bred intense and historic competitive skiing and embeddedthe region as a must see destination for world class skiing – not tomention rest and relaxation.There are many luxurious ski resorts in France with fine restaurants,boutique shops, fantastic bars, nightlife, luxurious spas, hotels and someof the best ski accommodation France has to offer. Well, let’s exploresome of them a little more closely shall we?
  • 3. CourchevelArguably the most famous and desirable of France’s many ski resorts,Courchevel is a large and expansive location – with prime snow, opulentluxury and a rich history to boot. It is formed of several separate townswithin the larger ski area, Courchevel 1300 (also known as La Praz),Courchevel 1550, Courchevel 1650 (known as Moriond) and Courchevel 1850.This resort is so sought after that properties in the Saint-Bon Tarentaisecommune in which the ski area is situated often sell for several millionsof euros. The history is very rich, La Praz hosted several events at the1992 Winter Olympics. Courchevel is the biggest connected ski area inthe world – and it’s lift system is known as one of the best in the worldtoo, being very comprehensive which results in very little queuing evenat peak times.Courchevel has a grand total of 11 five star hotels, and the entire skiarea boasts many more. There are also many self-catered apartmentsand cabins, which provide copious amounts of accommodationfor travellers. There are also world class restaurants to match suchluxury accommodation – with over 11 Michelin stars shared by Courchevel’smany restaurants. There is also luxury shopping in Courchevel, includedesigner boutiques from Hermes, Fendi and Valentino.Truly one of France’s, and indeed the entire worlds, best and mostluxurious ski resorts – Courchevel is really something quite special.
  • 4. Serre-ChevalierFor those keen on luxury, but perhaps with a touch more understatement There are numerous apartments and chalets in the many villages, as wellthan the finest A-list resorts, Serre-Chavalier is a fantastic choice. It is as several hotels. The accommodation is very attractive and is oftena very large ski area, and has exceptionally favourable weather – with family run. There are many apartments with quite luxurious elementsamazing sunshine for over 300 days a year. you might normally find in a hotel such as saunas, swimming pools and gyms. Self-catering apartments are very popular, and are oftenBriançon is the main town closest to the Serre-Chavalier resort. There located very close to the slopes.are also several villages clustered around the resort. The natural beautyof the resort is one of its chief appeals, there are many different wooded All in all, Serre-Chevalier provides a subtler and quainter ski experience,areas that help create a picturesque feel to the ski experience in Serre-Chavalier with an excellent standard of accommodations and pretty towns and villages– truly outstanding, and a quintessential atmosphere. in the surrounds.
  • 5. AvoriazThe resort of Avoriaz is an outstanding example of a mountain resort.Located in the commune of Morzine, it boasts some of the mostspectacular views the Alps has to offer. With such an array of naturalbeauty on offer, it’s no wonder someone decided to build a world classresort there.The resort itself caters for all standards of accommodation, and thereare excellent ski runs as well as world class snowboarding facilities.Apartments are a popular choice for those looking for a self-cateringoption, as there are many shops and restaurants around the resort thatprovide excellent food. These are all usually ski-in ski-out. The stand-outhotel in Avoriaz is the Hotel Dromont which offers excellent food, althoughapartment accommodation has overtaken hotel accommodation interms of popularity overall in Avoriaz.There are also plenty of different activities aside from skiing andsnowboarding. Trekking, golf and mountain biking are hugely popularduring the summer. There is also the newly opened Aquariaz, a waterpark with tropical plants that creates an interesting leisure experiencewhen looking out onto snow-capped peaks.Avoriaz is an exceptional resort, with a range of valleys and breath-takingviews – as well as picturesque architecture and ski facilities.
  • 6. Skiing In France, A Classic ChoiceFrance’s rich history and association with skiing makes it fantastically suited to creating wonderfulski resorts. With expertise from around the world, there are a great many different resorts to suitmany tastes and they provide an opulent sense of luxury combined with world class ski facilities.