Aman Le Mélézin Reopens for the Winter Season 

8 December 2023 – 7 April 2024 

Marking the arrival of winter and its snow-dusted climes, iconic Alpine retreat Aman Le Mélézin will welcome guests from 8 December 2023, offering France’s finest all-round ski experience from its spectacular setting in the coveted heart of Les Trois Vallées, just moments from Courchevel 1850.

As much a culinary and wellness destination as a renowned ski resort, the hotel presents a host of new offers and unique experiences which take full advantage of the hotel’s enviable location and exceptional facilities. 

Unforgettable experiences 

With mountain adventures for all ages – whether tobogganing down to Courchevel Village or taking to the skies with a relaxing hot air balloon or helicopter ride – the resort offers the finest adventures in the region. 

New this season, guests can ride through the snow-covered landscapes at dusk on a snowmobile-drawn sledge or horse-drawn carriage to Les Prés de la Croix, where a traditional Savoyard dinner of cheese fondue or hotpot awaits beside a roaring log fire in a picture postcard mountain chalet. A bespoke five-course menu created by a private chef can also be arranged on Friday evenings.

Children can play games in the chalet’s mezzanine or sled beneath the stars before the homeward journey by toboggan or snowbike to La Tania, followed by a car-transfer back to the hotel. 

Aman Le Mélézin has also introduced new exhilarating outdoor experiences, offering even the most advanced skiers a new way to enjoy the snow. Sure to be a highlight of any guest’s stay, Moonbiking provides an off- piste adventure through the snow-dusted mountainside at Pralong Farm on ultra-light electric snowbikes. An alternative to snowmobiles, Moonbiking offers a unique way to enjoy winter outdoor activities and experience the surrounding landscapes in silence. 

A popular addition last season, the thrilling First Tracks adventure returns this winter. An experienced ski instructor takes guests to the highest point within the valley, where panoramas of Mont Blanc and La Grande Casse await. Skiers can then embark on a breathtaking solo glide down ‘La Combe de la Saulire’, a legendary ski run where fresh snow is sheltered year-round from strong winds, enabling an unspoiled descent down the mountainside. 

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