New décor for the Hôtel des Trois Vallées, a Courchevel landmark since 1850
1950s furniture, cozy rooms, mountain atmosphere…the Hôtel des Trois Vallées promises a unique experience at the top. One of the oldest institutions in the resort, the hotel was designed as an inn to accommodate the first mountaineers. Half a century later, the hotel stands as a nod to history and period furniture whilst revisiting the codes of modernity. It’s the perfect place for lovers of design to stay, with furniture by Charlotte Perriand, Jean Prouvé and Pierre Paulin making a perfectly appointed setting for a journey through time, without denying the comforts of a very present-day lifestyle. A tribute to “L’école de Courchevel” whose research and early achievements led to the definition of winter sports, the hotel and its 31 rooms are resolutely modernist.