Facing the lake and the Olympic Ski Jump, the chalet is situated in Courchevel Le Praz, just 100 m from the slopes and in close proximity to a direct chair lift to Courchevel 1850 and the wider Three Valleys area.
Courchevel is one of the best known ski resorts in the world, famous for its luxury hotels and amenities, including a dozen Michelin starred restaurants. The resort is home to some of the most luxurious chalets and properties in the world and is situated approximately 2 hours drive from Geneva and the international airport of Lyon.
This magnificent chalet of approximately 270 sq m is ideally located in Courchevel Le Praz, at the centre of the resort, offering high quality interiors and total luxury.
Accommodation is arranged over 4 levels and comprises on the
ground floor a welcome lobby featuring a sofa corner, library and fireplace, a ski room, including boot heater, a bathroom and 2 en suite bedrooms both with TVs.
The first floor is composed of an open plan, fully fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, a dining table for 10 persons, a reception corner with sofa and chess board, open fireplace and a lounge with TV.
Upstairs, the second floor includes 2 en suite bedrooms each feauturing a TV and a balcony and a master suite with TV, balconies and a spacious bathroom offering a state of the art shower and essential oils.
On the third, top floor, the chalet boasts its own wellness and leisure area including a home cinema room, a heated infinity pool with double lounge area and a massage room.
To the exterior, the property benefits from its own car park and a private, heated terrace offering mountain views.
Agency fees at the charge of the owner.
Fee table available online at savills.fr and on request.
Please note, the map does not show the exact location of the property and all measurements are approximate, this data is provided for guidance purposes only.
* Centre Of The Resort* Ideally Located For The Ski Slopes* 5 En Suite Bedrooms* Swiming Pool And Massage Room* Ski Room And Balconies* 270 Sq M* DPE In Progress