La Portetta – Courchevel
Hotel Type: A stylish 4* hotel bringing British luxury to the French Alps, overlooking the nursery slopes of Courchevel 1650.
Location: Situated in the heart of Courchevel Moriond, its slope-side location and south-facing terrace make it the perfect spot for those who like to make first lifts as well as those who prefer to people watch from the comfort of the cosy lounge.
Style: Elegant alpine décor with comfort at its heart.
Rooms: 38 rooms with a variety of views and styles and six luxury lofts.
Ideal For: Proximity to the slopes make it ideal for families with the ski school meeting point right just outside. It’s also great for couples and groups of friends, with the chic Cucina Angelina restaurant providing fantastic cocktails and regular live music on the terrace or in the lounge.
Dining: Sister hotel of The Pig and Limewood hotels in the UK, Cucina Angelina brings Italy to the French Alps. Helmed by Micheline Starred Angela Hartnett, the restaurant is a destination spot with sought after tables.
Spa: The luxury spa at La Portetta features jacuzzi, steam room, hammam, and treatment rooms. There is also a fitness room available for those not worn out by the skiing.
Activities and Experiences: Skiing, Snowboarding, Dog Sledding, Snow Cat driving, Hangliding, Ski Touring, Hiking, Snowmobile, Yoga, Walking, Ice Climbing, Paragliding, Fat Biking, Tobogganing, Swimming, Sky Diving, Hot air balloon riding, Helicopter rides.
Low season price from: €220 per night B&B for a double room facing the valley. For a view of the slopes low season prices start from €260 per night B&B. Half board options and family rooms and suites are available.
High season price from: €370 per night B&B for a double room facing the valley. For a view of the slopes high season prices start at €420 per night B&B. Half board options and family rooms and suites are available.
Open: December – April.
The mountain sister hotel of the Limewood and The Pig hotels from the UK, La Portetta brings their authentic and faultless hospitality to the slopes of the Three Valleys. At the foot of the Moriond pistes in Courchevel 1650, with the largest terrace in Courchevel, the emphasis here is very definitely on food and modern luxury. Elegant alpine décor; exceptionally comfortable rooms with snugly duvets; French and Italian inspired cuisine, all combine for a ski holiday to remember. And the legendary Fire and Ice bar, with its enormous log fires, fur rugs and wood burning pizza oven, is arguably one of the best places for a long lunch, or an après-ski cocktail.
This five* piste side hotel in the heart of Courchevel Moriond has fabulous accommodation for couples and families alike. Choose between piste side rooms (slightly more expensive) or those with a valley view. The beds are all kingsized, which can be made into twins, and are very comfortable. The family rooms are really spacious with a sitting area and TV, with a separate childrens’ bunk bedroom with its own en suite shower. Families looking for more space can opt for one of the Lofts, which can sleep from four to six. This is like chalet living, with the added bonus of luxury hotel facilities attached. They come with a log fire, small kitchen area, Nespresso coffee machine and some have large balconies. They’re worth it just for the view!
Renowned chef Angela Hartnett’s restaurant on the slopes, Cucina Angelina, is not to be missed, and we recommend it to skiers who are staying elsewhere in the Three Valleys. Her Italian and Savoyard influenced menu, using local sourced, foraged and seasonal produce is exceptional, with much of it theatrically grilled over an open fire. It’s open for lunch and dinner. One of our favourite places in the entire resort is the Fire & Ice Bar – the largest terrace in Courchevel. Lunch in the sun here can easily turn into dinner – you can’t stay there without trying a pizza from the wood fired oven.
Being a stone’s through from the ski school meeting point, this is a very handy location for families. Portetta can provide cots for babies and babysitting can also be arranged. The hotel has a huge stock of board games and DVDs for families too.
There’s a sauna, steam room, hammam and treatment rooms. The Spa gets booked up quite quickly, so we can book treatments for you in advance. Portetta also has a ski shop, for any essentials you may have forgotten, or if you really need that new ski jacket…