Aman Le Mélézin: Ski Châteaux in the French Alps
In the heart of Les Trois Vallées, this location offers an exceptional ski experience with all the classic traditions of the finest French châteaux.
France: Drink It In
Set directly on the Bellecôte Piste – ideal for exploring the 600 kilometres of groomed pistes in Les Trois Vallées – this property guarantees door to door discovery with unparalleled ski-in and ski-out access. Combined with exceptional dining and curated adventures for all ages – whether first tracks, scenic flights or tobogganing down to Courchevel 1550 – this is one of the finest European ski experiences possible.
- • Unforgettable mountain vistas - viewed right from your suite, yoga studio, or dining table.
• Ski the legendary pistes of Les Trois Vallees, the largest linked ski area in the world. Ski 5,000 vertical feet of elevation in one run alone at Courchevel!
• This hotel offers the ultimate getaway: ski unbeatable snow in the morning and afternoon, then return to the hotel for a relaxing spa experiences to ease away soreness.
Travel Curator’s Insights:
$500 off each person when booked by July 1
From $600 per person per night
Policies and protocols provided before you book.
The French Alps provide marvelous experiences year-round. We recommend visiting January through early April to catch the best skiing, or from June to August for superb hiking.
Trip Sustainability Awards
Supports initiative to clean the ocean floor with professional divers
Collection and innovative treatment of industrial and domestic wastewater
Fuel-efficient hull and engine designs save energy
The ultimate French Alps destination for snowsports and experiences that will leave you feeling alive!
Experience First Tracks at the highest point in the valley (2,740 meters above sea level), where Mont Blanc and La Grande Casse await, plus untracked snow on legendary pistes.
Hike to a beautiful, sparkling lake on the edge of a national park, or opt for a journey that offers stunning panoramic views of Mont Blanc and surrounding mountains.
The two-floor spa features double suites, a Thai massage suite, and a traditional Turkish hammam perfect for hot stone massages and energizing Himalayan salt scrubs.
Discover the magic of the Alps from above on a range of helicopter flights – some which even offer views of Italy and Switzerland.
Each guest will pilot their own three or four dog sleds for an invigorating and rewarding journey
The Kids’ Club offers arts and crafts, games, cooking classes, dressing up, child make-up, making jewelry, painting, salt dough, and more!
YOGA AND FITNESS
The expansive yoga studio is complemented by a fitness studio, a relaxation lounge and extensive hydrotherapy areas, a 14-metre indoor lap pool, a cold plunge pool and a wooden sauna.
Fly through the snow, negotiating forest obstacles and spotting hidden wildlife along the way while filling your lungs with the fresh alpine air.
A wonderful opportunity to connect and bond through culinary art, participants will learn the art of crafting sushi rolls from scratch. Available every Friday at 4pm.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
An iconic Alpine retreat in the heart of this region, this hotel has been designed to refresh and reenergize amid snow-dusted pine forests and crisp blue skies, creating a refined ski-in, ski-out sanctuary inspired by the timeless serenity of the surrounding mountains. As one of the most coveted addresses in Courchevel 1850, this property offers access to Three Valley network (Les Tois Vallees). The world's largest ski area with direct access to a 600 kilometers of ski slopes, all of which are well linked and impeccably groomed. Besides the expansive ski domain, Courchevel also offers a wide variety of other activities,
listed on this page to make each stay as memorable as the next.
Both guests and non-residents are invited to dine at this beautiful location. Enjoy a traditional tea time, incredible regional cuisine and a fantastic cocktail lounge overlooking the mountains. Nama, the hotel’s exceptional Japanese restaurant, is in high demand and a reservation is recommended.
Reservations are essential at what has become one of the region’s most lauded restaurants, where we celebrate elevated traditional Japanese cuisine. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Nama serves exquisite sashimi, sushi and signature dishes such as succulent Wagyu beef and Otoro tuna, as well as a range of warming ramen dishes. Every dish is imbued with a strong sense of its locale, focusing on the finest ingredients available.
The Bar, Library and Salon
Offering Courchevel’s largest sake and Japanese whiskey collection, as well as a range of exclusive house cocktails, the Bar is a convivial space in which to while away an evening with its plush-velvet stools, parquet floors and mesmerizing mountain views. Or choose to unwind in the cozy Library or the oak-panelled Salon next to a roaring log fire. The drinks and views are just as fine.
With its superb mountain and village views, the hotel’s magnificent Terrace is the ideal spot for a coffee, lunch, afternoon tea or après-ski drink. As perfect for warming up and getting some sun between ski sessions, or for starting an evening on the town.
This intimate smoking lounge is all decadent elegance, offering a superb selection of the globe’s finest cigars.
The French Alps have a magical feel to them that is impossible to describe or convey by photo. They are truly incredible and I cannot wait to return to that icy breeze.