This November, Heli Securite’s winter base in Courchevel and almost all corners of the Alps have been blanketed in deep snow. This significant early season snowfall has led to a host of European ski resorts opening early and will no-doubt push demand for December breaks. Some resorts have had falls of more than two metres and thanks to the cold temperatures; snow making has also started in earnest. This has allowed the resorts to establish many of their pistes already, even on the lower slopes.
Last month we looked at the vast opportunities now open to skiers when choosing their winter holiday destination. This Annecy transfer company makes it possible for winter sport enthudiasts to be on the slopes in less than an hour a number of international airports in France. So it is easy to see why more and more visitors are choosing to make the journey by helicopter year on year. What is more difficult to decide on however, is which Courchevel station to stay at.
Courchevel’s Newest 5 Star Addition
Courchevel has further established its position as France’s leading luxury ski destination this season with the opening of Hotel Le K2. With this latest addition Courchevel now boasts twelve 5 star hotels, as well as two of the eight Palace grade hotels in France.
Le K2 has been created as a ‘hamlet’ consisting of the main 29 room hotel and 5 separate chalets. Guests are provided with exceptional amenities all contained on one site, including two restaurants, a cigar lounge, nightclub, cinema, spa pool complex, beauty and fitness centres and boutique ski shop.