AlpyBus offers private transfers to the incredible resort of Courchevel.
Courchevel's reputation for luxury and exclusivity is well founded in this impressive and lavish ski resort. Its link to Les Trois Vallées ski area places it on the map for skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts all over the world.
Courchevel is noticeably separated into 4 different villages at varying heights –each one offering something different to set it apart from the other.
The highest resort, Courchevel 1850, Courchevel 1650 (Courchevel Moriond), Courchevel 1550 (Courchevel Village) and Courchevel 1300 (Courchevel Le Praz). All the resorts are linked well by lifts and roads (as well as a super efficient shuttle service) making travel between them relatively easy.
Courchevel’s landscape offers visitors luscious tree lined valleys and striking views of the surrounding mountains.
From the lowest village at 1300, Courchevel Les Praz’s rustic appeal and Savoyard character partnered with its 2 well linked gondolas make it a choice spot.
Further up the valley to Courchevel Village at 1550, guests will see a mixture of accommodation options with plush chalets as well as larger scale hotels and self catering apartment buildings. It is also well linked with a gondola and a new fast chair lift up to Courchevel 1850.
Courchevel Moriond, at 1650, offers a larger variety of self catered options and has been gradually growing in popularity due to its slightly more relaxed atmosphere in contrast to the exclusive resort of Courchevel.
Courchevel, the highest of the resorts set at 1850m, has glamour wealth and luxury down to a tee and is often occupied by the rich and famous. Along with the prestige associated with staying in such a resort, visitors can partake in the lively Après Ski scene that is well known across the valley (and the world) as well as a huge offering of designer shops and highly rated restaurants (5 of which have Michelin stars).
DROP OFF & PICK UP POINTS
Geneva Airport informationGeneva Airport has two passenger terminals:
1. The newer and larger Terminal 1 , which features the majority of flights.
2. The smaller and only seasonally used Terminal 2 . It also has a Business Aviation Terminal, also known as Terminal 3
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