Le Melezin is set directly on the fashionable ski slopes of Courchevel 1850. Its classic ambience and Turkish-style hammam steam room, gym and pool, offer the ultimate in apres-ski.
A unique experience
Le Melezin is located in the Trois Vallees, known informally as the ski capital of the world with more than 600km of trails and 200 lifts. The four-storey, slate-roof ski resort opens its glass doors directly onto the Bellecote ski slope permitting guests to literally ski in and out of the resort. Just 200 metres away is the village of Courchevel 1850, with its lively mix of apres-ski bars, boutiques and restaurants. A shuttle-bus service from Le Melezin to the town centre is available till 11pm. There are four Courchevel villages, each named after its altitude in metres and Courchevel 1850 is the highest. Le Melezin can arrange for a personal ski instructor for all categories, including children and beginners, and ski passes are available on arrival. Mountain guides can be arranged as well.
The views from Le Melezin are to forests of pine and the ski slopes. Head above the village, however, and the vistas open all the way from the French to the Swiss Alps and even Mont Blanc is visible.
A world of luxury
Le Melezin's 31 guest rooms and suites, with varying layouts, use red-cedar planks and mouldings. The floors are covered in linen carpeting, with walls finished either in cedar or in a light chenille fabric. Several rooms feature unobstructed views of the ski slopes and surrounding peaks and 23 come with balconies. All rooms have a large, separate dressing area and are equipped with IDD phone, flat television with DVD and CD player, refrigerator and a safety deposit box. The bathrooms are finished in rose-tinted granite and offer twin washbasins, a deep bathtub and a separate shower.
Different rooms are available such as Chambre Junior, Chambre Nord, Chambre Montagne, Chambre ski-piste, Chambre Melezin, Suite Ski-piste, Suite La Vanoise, Suite Le Melezin.
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What a pleasure!
The Restaurant offers traditional French cuisine adapted to the lighter demands of the modern diner. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in an elegant manor-house setting, amidst old oak beams, engravings and frescoes. The Bar is decorated in oak panelling and has a classically patterned parquet floor. Weather permitting, the outdoor Terrace serves lunch, refreshments and afternoon tea.
So much more !
Hammam and Gym: The classic and convivial Turkish hammam (steam room) with its Capri-stone walls and vaulted ceiling is a popular spot for winding down. In the spa, a massage or a facial in the treatment rooms follows as a natural complement to the steam soak. A few steps away and set between white-stone columns, the cosy 13-metre indoor pool basks in natural light which filters down through a glass-pyramid skylight. There are two Jacuzzis flanking either side. The adjacent gym has a variety of cardiovascular machines and other exercise equipment.
Sun Deck: This area is designed for private sunbathing, with deck chairs for reading and lounging.
The Library: The Library is another welcome haven with banquette seating, oak floors and wall panelling in a finely woven wood grain. A bi-lingual selection of books and magazines, along with DVDs and CDs, is available.
||Season runs from
17 December, 2006 - 10 April, 2007
|Chambre Ski Piste
|Suite Ski Piste
|Suite La Vanoise
|Suite Le Melezin
*Rates include government tax and service charges.
*Rates and government tax are subject to change without notice.
*Rates listed are per room per night based on single or double occupancy
* All prices are Sunshine World Ltd's own prices and we reserve the
right to change them at any time