If you are searching for the perfect antidote to Courchevel 1850’s full on decadence then Courchevel 1650 is the resort for you. With its more realistic pricing and plethora of restaurants to suit all budgets, most with children’s menus, you can see why 1650 is a hit with families.
The après ski in the resort has something for everyone and live music at the Bubble Bar, La Boulotte and Rocky’s makes this a destination for both holidaymakers and seasonaires. All of which are accessible from the selection of luxury catered ski chalets and excellent, family friendly hotels we offer.
In Courchevel 1650 there is a real sense that you are in a true ski resort.
The major plus of skiing in Courchevel 1650 is the relative quietness of the pistes. Wide open blues where you can practice big carving turns and lovely tree lined reds with powder either side for those wishing to dip in or out of off piste skiing make Courchevel 1650 a great place to ski.
This is one of the best places to re introduce yourself to skiing at the start of your holiday.
If there is one piste side restaurant to go to make sure it’s the Bel Air. Situated at the top of the Bel Air bubble there is a huge sun terrace, great for soaking up the sun with a glass of rosé.
Chapelets is probably the quietest red run in Courchevel. Tree lined and with good snow conditions it’s a great run to blow those cobwebs away.
Those looking for some challenging off piste should hire a guide and head off to Les Aval and the Pyramides. Just remember there will be a fair amount of hiking.
The choice of restaurants in Courchevel 1650 should cater for many tastes and budgets. It is a very relaxed sort of place where the emphasis is on having a good meal, with friends at a good price.
The fine dining is primarily situated in Courchevel 1850 so let 1650 provide a refreshing change.
Kaluma will offer our experienced advice on the best bars, restaurants and clubs to suit your taste and budget.
Geneva: 2 hours
Chambery: 2 hours