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First class flights deliver you to world-class adventures and consummate service in the beautiful French Alps. Here, grand chalets, spectacular ski runs and palatial lodges create the quintessential A-list playground. Welcome to the winter wonderland of Courchevel, France.
The sixth most expensive area in the world, Courchevel is the winter equivalent of St. Tropez, drawing the elite such as Prince William and Kate Middleton, singer Christina Aguilera, businessman Roman Abramovich, the King of Morocco, the Saudi royal family and actor George Clooney.
Five villages are spread throughout the Saint-Bon-Tarentaise region of southeast France, creating the world's largest linked ski area. With every imaginable year-round pleasure, the "ski in, ski out" resorts are known for bespoke luxury. In Courchevel, even the cable cars and gondolas present a deluxe setting suitable for kings and queens.
Lovely Saint Bon presents its historic Lac Bleu resort, while quaintly narrow streets and picturesque chalets fill Courchevel Le Praz. Le Praz hosted the 1992 Albertville Olympic ski jump competitions and provides a legendary forested ski run connecting the village with glamorous Courchevel 1850. Family-friendly Courchevel Village thrills vacationers of all ages with a fast-paced toboggan run, and Courchevel Moriond attracts a lively crowd. Courchevel 1850 is the showpiece of the area, overflowing with incredible resorts, restaurants, designer boutiques and an unrivaled attention to excellence.
While the ski runs are the main winter attraction in Courchevel, the region offers a sumptuous menu of activities. Swim in the multi-level and expansive aquatic center, play a game of basketball in the gymnasium, take cooking lessons from a Michelin-rated chef or skate around the Forum Olympic ice rink. Courchevel's thrill-seekers relish bountiful hang gliding, paragliding, helicopter tours, ski diving and ice climbing.
Luscious Accommodations and Entertainment
You won't find a more stunning collection of high-end alpine hotels anywhere else on earth. Among its dozens of hotels, the region boasts 11 five-star hotels and two six-star "palace" level hotels. Incredible villas, chalets and apartments offer equally deluxe lodging with a little extra privacy for the security-conscious. Every need is catered to in Courchevel, with private chefs, ski instructors, photographers, videographers and hair stylists at the ready. For evening entertainment, a remarkable seven Michelin-starred restaurants make dining a delight.
Experiencing Courchevel is a rich adventure, but it doesn't have to cost a fortune to travel there. Check out our deals on first class flights to France, and book your cheap first class tickets today.