With its elegant, traditional chalet styling, the mountainside hotel, spread over ten floors and 12,000 square meters, is perfectly in keeping with the surrounding landscape. The majority of the 55 rooms, 39 of which are suites, have a terrace so guests can enjoy the spectacular views over the surrounding scenery. From the architecture to the décor, architect Pierre Yovanovitch offers a new and inspired take on the classic repertoire of Alpine styling, adding a contemporary, warm and subtly quirky twist. Vintage furniture, architect-designed pieces, noble materials like stone, wood, glass and leather… The ambience is one of elegant relaxation in spaces that are perfect for couples and families.
With 330 pistes and 155 ski lifts, Le Coucou has access to the biggest ski area in the world for both skiing and snowboarding. Stretching across the three valleys of Méribel, Courchevel and Val Thorens, guests can explore 600km of slopes connected by the summits, with 62,000 vertical metres of skiing. Sledging, hot air balloon rides and snowshoeing add an extra dimension to your stay.