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In the heart of Courchevel and located in the Le Chabichou four-star hotel, this restaurant accommodates customers in an inviting atmosphere and serves sophisticated cuisine already rewarded with two Michelin stars.
The elegant dining room of blond wood will please customers with the harmony of colours. There are various menus to choose from (a winter menu is specially designed for off-season visitors) and an excellent wine list.
An 18-hole open-air golf course, in the middle of mountains and pine forests... An exciting prospect for any respectable golfer. Méribel golf course is a technically challenging course that interacts with the mountains and surrounding landscape, and is one of the most beautiful courses in the Alps according to the region's golfers.
Designed and renovated by major names in golf architecture, the course is a wonderful place to relax in the outdoors and hit the ball in a laid-back atmosphere.
Bowling de Courchevel invites you to relax and enjoy some time in its complex. While there’s plenty of classic bowling on offer with 8 lanes equipped with bumpers for children from 4 years, you can also enjoy billiards and a room full of arcade games.
It also has a restaurant and bar which offer a range of evening options during the season. And for those who have an event to celebrate (birthday, stag or hen party), don’t hesitate to contact the venue.
The Museum of Allues is on a mission to promote the heritage of the valley and to ensure its preservation. In total, four exhibition halls trace the history of the valley and that of its people, through the exhibition of everyday objects, traditional festive costumes, but also posters of major events (the Albertville Olympics in 1992, for example).
Temporary exhibitions and thematic events are regularly organised.
A 60m x 30m outdoor ice rink, a curling rink, and a 250-seat restaurant. Such was the face of the ice rink in the beginning. The space was designed in 1967 before becoming technically obsolete, and a new infrastructure was created for the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville.
Located in Courchevel 1850, the rink enjoys an elaborate architecture designed especially so that it can transform into a conference room, performance space or sports centre as and when required.
Lovers of winter sports are bound to appreciate skating in a space once used by the world's great athletes!