Rue de Bellecôte, 73120 Courchevel 1850, France. Tel: (33) 4 7908 0133 Fax: (33) 4 7908 0896 Email: email@example.com
Opened in the heart of the Trois Vallées region as an Aman resort in 1992, Le Mélézin combines a ski experience with the classic traditions of the finest French Chateaux.
Le Mélézin’s history dates back to 1956, when it was opened as Le Savoy. The village of Courchevel was little more than an alpine pasture, a summer gateway for hikers and mountain climbers. The Trois Vallées region that embraces Courchevel today is acknowledged for its beautifully groomed slopes, superb infrastructure and some of the consistently best skiing conditions in the world.
Situated right on the Bellecôte piste allows ski in and ski out access to the resort. Watch skiers slalom from the comfort of Le Mélézin’s Salon. Enjoy spectacular mountain views throughout the resort from wall-sized windows in the lounges, bedrooms and bathrooms, catching the alpine sun, forests of pine and larch and the skiers themselves. The scenic vistas from Courchevel 1850 open all the way from the French to the Swiss Alps.
The four-storey, slate-roof of Le Mélézin is imbued with the comforts and intimacy of a manor house. Reflective spot lighting lends a patina of warmth throughout. The classically patterned parquet flooring and panelling of the Lobby and Bar feature 200 year old oak beams, adding a weathered touch to the updated surroundings. On the ground floor, bronze sculptures of wild birds add a rural French flavour.
Its classic ambience and hammam steam room, gym and pool, offer the ultimate in après-ski. The winter season runs from mid-December to mid-April.