As the snow blankets the French Alps, the famed ski resort of Courchevel is unveiling a bevy of new luxury offerings for the 2015-2016 ski season. There are fancy new rooms at Cheval Blanc, a new Japanese restaurant at L’Apogée Courchevel, and a buzzworthy new property from Six Senses. The Bangkok-based brand is opening its first residential project in Europe, Six Senses Residences Courchevel, which is comprised of 53 luxury apartments and a destination spa. True to the Six Senses brand, owners and guests are privy to exclusive services like a private, ski-in-ski-out concierge plus a 24-hour resident concierge.
In fact, the spa won’t debut until autumn 2016. There will be comprehensive facilities- including five treatment rooms, an indoor pool, saunas, steam rooms, a relaxation lounge, a gym, a fitness studio, and manicure/pedicure stations. The Six Senses Spa Courchevel promises to become one of the top après-ski venues for relaxation after a day on the powdery pistes. Meanwhile, the ultra-luxe residences—which boast balconies, panoramic views, wine cellars, and ski lockers—are available as weekly rentals. Price tag? Between $6150- $40,000 per week, including services such as breakfast, daily cleaning, and linens.