Chalet Benjamin is furnished to our highest standard and features a combination of natural stone, industrial-style metalwork and charismatic reclaimed timber in its architecture. On the first floor, an open-plan welcoming lounge invokes relaxation with its melt-into seating and a balcony with endless vistas over the Vallée de Bozel. Feel at home as you enjoy our finest chalet cuisine around the reclaimed barn-style dining table. The luxurious wellness facilities; a sauna and an outdoor hot tub on the terrace with stunning views of the valley are an essential part of the end of your ski day and are not to be missed!
All five bedrooms, furnished with handmade wooden furniture and warm, woollen fabrics, have the benefit of en suite facilities. The second floor bedrooms are in the eaves of the building and zip-lock beds in all but one of the rooms allow the flexibility of having either twins or king-sized doubles. The ease of access, facilities and design of this beautiful chalet make it an excellent choice for a thoroughly memorable ski holiday in the Three Valleys.
In the four rooms that can be configured as either twin or king-sized beds, we will make them up as twins unless we are advised otherwise.
Courchevel ski holidays are to skiing what Marks and Spencers is to food shopping. Built on the perfect blend of good snow, varied terrain, fabulous accommodation, extraordinary food and a vibrant nightlife, Courchevel holds its own as one of the Big 4 ski resorts, without even mentioning its links to the mighty Three Valleys ski area. Although purpose-built, Courchevel accommodation and especially Courchevel ski chalets have in most cases been sympathetically constructed to complement the mountain. Made up of four separate village-resorts, each station has its own personality and patrons. The free bus service winds up from Le Praz (1300), the quaintest village, past Courchevel Village (formerly known as Courchevel 1550), through Courchevel Moriond (the old Courchevel 1650) to the highest village of Courchevel (formerly known as Courchevel 1850) – the most cosmopolitan village in the Three Valleys and one of the top luxury resorts in the world. In fact, glitzy Courchevel is probably more akin to the Harrods food court than M&S. Smart, sophisticated and expensive, with exceptional restaurants, shops and bars, this is the snowy playground of the rich and famous. Courchevel Moriond is quieter, with an old village centre, lively bars and cosy Courchevel chalets, while Courchevel Village and Le Praz are much quieter and more family-friendly with a handful of quaint bars and restaurants. Ski holidays Courchevel offer something for everyone, but one thing that does come with a resort of this calibre is prices as high as it’s peaks and in Courchevel (formerly 1850), pretty much everything will cost you an arm and a leg (and possible a kidney too), but the lower you go, the more down to earth the prices become. For lunch on the mountain it’s advisable to drop down into Meribel or Val Thorens for affordable eats, however gourmets will find that the sky’s the limit in the choice of fine dining. Of course, if you’ve heard of the legend that is Courchevel, then so has the world and his St Bernard, but for cruisy pistes and a taste of the high-life, you can’t beat a ski holiday in Courchevel.
- All en suite rooms
- Close to piste
- 50m from town
- Hot tub