Ski Resorts News
Courchevel boasts the world’s largest ski area, the Three Valleys, with spectacular skiing for all abilities. It also offers an indulgent choice of restaurants, boutiques and hotels. With the opening of Le K2 Djola in Courchevel 1850, it gains yet another gem in time for Christmas 2017. Named “little brother” in Tibetan, Le K2 Djola is a sibling of the opulent Le K2 Palace and Le K2 Altitude by family Capezzone.
Exuding comfort and charm, Le K2 Djola has a cosy ambience, and its central position next to the Forum invites you to explore the village on foot. There are only 24 guest rooms, each offering plush comfort and Alpine feel. Spacious Premium rooms on the top floor offer partial mountain views. In the home away from home atmosphere guests can gather in the lounge with Alpine features and bespoke furniture hinting at the Himalayas.
Breakfast is a gourmet buffet, after which it is a mere 5 minute walk to the Courchevel slopes and to the lifts Verdons and Chenus at La Croisette, giving access tothe world’s biggest ski domain. La Croisette is also the main departure points for ski lessons, children’s groups etc.
After all the skiing, soothe tired muscles at the hotel’s leisure area with a steam bath and sauna. For luxurious face and body treatments visit the lavish Goji Spa at the other Le K2 properties.
When it comes to lunch and dinner, there are many choices nearby. Lunch perhapson the south facing terrace at Le K2 Altitude Base Kamp at the foot of the Pralong piste; savour a two-Michelin star dinner at Le K2 Palace.
Sleeping & living
24 rooms & suites from 26-62 sqm. (Standard rooms c. 26 sqm, Comfort 32 sqm, Premium 40 sqm, suite 56 sqm, and Duplex suite 62 sqm.) Breakfast restaurant, lounge, sauna, steam room. Spa 10 mins walk at Le K2 Palace.
150m to the slopes of Courchevel 1850 and La Croisette lift hub. 600 km of pistes & 200 lifts in the Three Valleys. Altitude 1800 m.
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