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Where to Stay (& Avoid) in the Largest Linked Ski Area on the Planet by Laura Jeeves





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Where to Stay (& Avoid) in the Largest Linked Ski Area on the Planet


 
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335 ski runs, 600km of slopes, 180 ski lifts, 4 glaciers and 3 valleys – where to even begin?! Ranked top in the list of the world’s elite ski areas, skiing in Les Trois Vallées is a treat morning, noon and night thanks to its excellent array of restaurants and après to suit every taste. Made up of the Courchevel, Méribel and Belleville valleys, each with their own distinctive perks and personalities, the only difficulty is finding where to do your skiing in the Les Trois Vallées!

Courchevel is an elegant, luxurious resort known the world over with a great choice of top accommodation and dining (more on this later!).

Méribel is at the centre of both Les Trois Vallées and the action when it comes to skiing and nightlife. The best base if you’re hell-bent on skiing as much of the surrounding area as possible, Méribel offers beautiful chalet-style architecture and the best nightlife to be had in the area.

Belleville, home to a whopping 300km of slopes and the highest resort in the Alps, is a cheaper way to enjoy skiing in the Les Trois Vallées.

Glitz and Glam: Go for Courchevel 1650 or 1850

If you want to intersperse your skiing with shopping in chic boutiques and spend your evenings in fine dining restaurants, then look no further. Enjoy the lively atmosphere and abundance of luxury accommodation and divine places to eat. Many consider 1650 to be the perfect combination of great skiing, a lively village and prices not as extortionate as those to be found in Courchevel 1850, the playground of the rich and famous.

Après Action: Make it Meribel or Val Thorens

For those who want a more sophisticated evening nightcap, forget it. Things get pretty crazy in these two hotspots known just as much for their nightlife as for their excellent skiing.

In Méribel, kick off the party at happy hour in Rond Point before moving onto the Doron and Jack’s among other British-run bars. (Note: if you’re here for the nightlife then don’t stay in Mottaret.) Val Thorens’ La Folie Douce is known the world over for its debauchery and is the resort that springs to mind when you think of mixing après and skiing in the Les Trois Vallées.

Off-piste Adventures: Glide through Glaciers in Val Thorens, Carve up Expert Routes in Courchevel

The Chavière and Péclet glaciers in Val Thorens are unmissable for off-piste daredevils. Val T also boasts a couple of serious mogul fields and seemingly endless red runs. Courchevel is home to the 1982 Olympic ski jumps, as well as a huge array of slopes suitable for experts only.

How to Get There

Fly to Geneva on one of the many flights leaving from the UK every week: take advantage of the several super-cheap flight routes, so you can splash out on champagne at après. From Geneva, use Shuttle Direct to get to whichever resort in the Les Trois Vallées you decide on. Ski transfers are super easy to organise too, Shuttle Direct have a really user-friendly platform, many transfer options and will transport your ski equipment free of charge as long as you let them know at the time of booking.

Lukas Johannes is a driver for Shuttle Direct, the number one provider of shared and private airport transfers all over Europe and northern Africa. If you’re planning on to go skiing in Les Trois Vallées Lukas and his colleagues can make sure that you and your ski equipment get to and from the airport swiftly and safely.

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