Designed in the early 1950s as an inn for skiers and travellers, Hôtel des 3 Vallées was an inaugural part of the "Courchevel dream".
Providing doorstep access to both the slopes and La Croisette, it embodies a vision of modernism shaped by pioneering French architects and designers such as Jean Prouvé and Charlotte Perriand, who forged the Courchevel legend and invented the architecture of winter sports. It was the foundation stone of a certain vision of the mountain lifestyle that guests find reflected in this authentic Alpine chalet.
With 31 large rooms, fine-food grocery, private jacuzzi and spa, Hôtel des 3 Vallées is a modernist hotel at heart, offering the highest standards in luxury and refinement, with easy access to the resort's upscale boutiques and nightlife. An unrivalled setting for anyone who wants to enjoy every moment of their stay in one of the world’s most beautiful ski areas.
Style: 50s furniture
Snow sport holidays first caught the popular imagination in the 1950s, ushering in an age of sporting feats and skiing legends, along with a unique art of living cultivated by leading architects and designers. Hôtel des 3 Vallées brings their modernity and daring back to life with its selection of furniture and original works by Charlotte Perriand, Jean Prouvé, Pierre Paulin, Pierre Guariche and Pierre Chapo, whose distinct pieces add to the aesthetic of this uniquely peaceful chalet. Right from the start, Hôtel des 3 Vallées has offered guests the chance to share in its taste for the beautiful and authentic.