Ski enthusiast or not - don’t miss out on the Three Valleys, home to eight internationally renowned ski resorts and the world’s largest ski area. 600 kilometres of interconnected slopes and 180 ski lifts await you here for the ultimate skiing experience.

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Harriet, Kate L and Molly are here to help give you the inside track.

Key Stats

Best Time To Visit

Nov - Apr, Jun

Flight from London London

1:30 hrs

Time Difference

GMT +1 hr

Nestled high in the magnificent French Alps, this extensive ski area offers something for everyone from beginners and children right through to the most experienced of skiers with its well kept, mixed-ability pistes.

The Three Valleys are compromised of the Saint- Bon valley, with the largest number of ski resorts; Les Allues valley, situated in the heart of the Three Valleys; and Belleville valley, featuring three resorts including Val Thorens, the highest ski resort in Europe. Although each resort is unique, all of them boast wide pistes and amazing snow records. Our favourite is world- famous ski resort Courcheval, with three of our hotels located in its region.

If you are a non-skier or simply need a break, there is still a great choice of things to do in the region besides skiing, surrounded by stunning winter wonderland-like scenery! Enjoy fabulous views, walks between villages, ice climbing, dog sledding, ice skating and much more. And of course there is always good cuisine with ten Michelin-starred ski-in ski- out restaurants nestled in the heart of The Three Valleys.


Where to stay

Le Strato

Le Strato

It’s debatable whether Courchevel needed yet another top end hotel, but the spanking new Le Strato might just be the best of the bunch.



The ‘ski in/ski out’ Portetta is located at the foot of the slopes of Courchevel 1650, and is perfect for families.

Le K2

Le K2

Having opened in December 2011 in Courchevel 1850, Le K2 is the younger sister to the 5* Le Kilimandjaro hotel, and has upped the glitz factor in the village even higher.



Located in Val Thorens - Europe's highest ski resort – the ultra-contemporary Altapura is the resort’s first truly stylish hotel, and one that could well put the resort on a par with neighbouring Meribel and Courchevel.

Aman le Melezin exterior

Aman Le Mélézin

Aman Le Mélézin stands on the magnificent Bellecôte piste in Courchevel 1850, at the heart of Les Trois Vallées. Europe’s highest-altitude resort, Les Trois Vallées encompasses the impressive pistes of Courchevel, Méribel and Val Thorens.

L'Apogee Courchevel evening view

L’Apogée Courchevel

Escape to the Alpine retreat of L’Apogée Courchevel in the Three Valleys, positioned at the highest point of Le Jardin Alpin and surrounded by picturesque woodlands. Set in the renowned Courchevel 1850 resort and above the former Olympic ski jump, L’Apogée offers sweeping views of the snow covered valley below.

Exterior of L'Helios, France


L'Hélios is a boutique hotel in the heart of the Three Valleys and its ski in/ski out location makes it the perfect base from which to explore the world's most extensive ski area.

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Harriet, Kate L and Molly are our The Three Valleys experts and as seasoned travellers they have the inside track on the most memorable adventures.

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