Set in a great location in Courchevel 1650, at the foot of the slopes, is the Hotel Fahrenheit Seven.
It’s in a perfect spot for doorstep skiing – just step out the door, strap on your skis and off you go. The Ariondaz lift and nursery slopes are just 50m away, and the resort centre is close by too.
The design of the hotel mirrors that of the original Fahrenheit Seven in Val Thorens – casual luxury with a vintage, 1920s theme running throughout. Jewel tones like sapphire blue, emerald green and bright gold amp up the luxe feel, while quirky geometric shapes and black and white photos add a quirky twist.
Each room is elegant and modern, with plush beds, big TVs and marble bathrooms with black accents. They all come with a balcony, and you can choose whether you want to wake up to a view of the piste or valley.
At the heart of the Fahrenheit is La Cheminée, a stylish lounge and bar where you can sip hot chocolate around the hanging fireplace. This is also where your half board breakfasts and evenings meals are taken.
If you fancy a change though, you can try the varied menu in La Rotisserie restaurant, which has a huge outdoor terrace at the foot of the slopes. Next door is Le Zinc, an intimate bar where you can share platters of local produce, sample any of the 145 wines, and listen to live music and DJs several nights a week.
And when you just want some peace a quiet, retire to the wellness area to make use of the sauna and hammam, or book in for a massage.
We've also got apartments available in the attached Apartments Les Cimes Blanches.
The hotel offers bed & breakfast and half board packages:
This stunningly decorated hotel occupies an amazing ski-in/ski-out location in Courchevel 1650. The Ariondaz Gondola and the ski school meeting point are just 200 metres away and the hotel is just steps from the centre of Courchevel 1650 with its fine selection of shops, bars and restaurants.