New Rooms at Cheval Blanc in Courchevel

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Cheval Blanc Courchevel

Here’s some news from Cheval Blanc, the “haute couture” hotel from LVMH located in the most exclusive French alpine ski resort. This ultra-luxe address in Courchevel has unveiled nine new rooms including six junior suites, done up in materials like marble, wood, bronze, leather, and cashmere. The closets and bathrooms were designed to be even more spacious. There are three different color palettes: pistachio and purple, gold and camel; red, black and gray.

The luminous lobby has new artistic additions from Louis Vuitton’s “Nomadic Objects” collection created by the Campana brothers. New art installations can also be found in the White restaurant (culinary maestro Yannick Alléno is still at the helm at the gastronomic restaurant, Le 1947).

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Cheval Blanc Courchevel

The White Bar has also had a makeover. To celebrate the 250th birthday of Hennessy, the head barman has imagined a unique cocktail called Celebration, made with Cognac XO and champagne.

Last but not least: the Guerlain spa has a number of new therapies including express 30-minute treatments for instant revival after a day on the slopes. And rock star hairdresser John Nollet has set up a salon on site.

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