Le Coucou is a stylish and comfortable hotel in Meribel this ski season.

Weekends: After a hard day of downhill skiing, there is nothing better than a soak in the sauna, soak in the jacuzzi and, most importantly, eat a hearty meal. Stylish and comfortable, the Méribel Le Coucou offers unrivaled service in the French Alps. Not only does our four-bedroom “chalet” have its own hammam and pool, Le Coucou is also home to the first Beefbar to arrive at the ski resort. (More on this later.) Le Coucou’s sun terrace overlooks the pistes, chair lifts and the valley. The DJ offers a playlist for après ski. We have not started skiing yet, our body is already grateful for the rejuvenation.
Food: As you probably already know, Beefbar is one of the most carnivorous places in the world. Based in Monaco, since 2005, its signature steak sauce, juicy chateaubriand, juicy potato fudge and fluffy meat buns have raised the appetite and cholesterol levels of the world’s richest people. Now with branches in London, Paris, Saint Tropez, Mykonos, Dubai and many other luxury locations, Mébel is the only one where it is located in the mountains.
The sun shines best from Courchevel in the morning and Méribel in the afternoon, creating a network of inspiring runways in a variety of blues and reds.
Accommodation: In addition to 55 rooms (39 of which are suites), Le Coucou has two chalet complexes. Our chalet – Chalet Eleonore – has an area of ​​590 m2 and is located on four floors, accessible by elevator. There is a spacious living room as well as four en-suite bedrooms with a large balcony overlooking the ski run. It is the right to ski and ski. There is also a kitchen, dining room, TV room and games room. In addition to a private sauna, steam room, and pool, there are massage rooms and an on-call therapist, Tata Harper. In addition, you can visit the hotel’s main spa, which has several treatment rooms, an indoor pool, Jacuzzi and a stylish outdoor hot tub.
Skiing: The Trois Vallées are unbeatable, the snow and sun were perfect during our three day stay. Meribel is located in the heart of this spectacular ski area, a 5-minute drive from Le Coucou up the winding slopes to the main town. It is calmer and less flashy here than in Courchevel, there are many families and young people, mainly from the UK and France. Courchevel’s fashionable clientele is evidenced by the Gucci plastered cable car and the €250 Le Tremplin caviar pizza. Gotta try. You can ski back and forth to Meribel in half an hour.
The sun shines best from Courchevel in the morning and Méribel in the afternoon, creating a network of inspiring runways in a variety of blues and reds. We hired an excellent instructor named Arnaud from the l’ESF ski school who showed us not only the best slopes but also the best restaurants on the mountain. A special tribute to Le Clos Bernard, surrounded by forests, for a particularly indulgent tartiflete, and La Folie Douce, an après-ski mainstay with booming music, hype, electric guitar soloists, pouring drinks every day and ski boot dancing until 4:30pm. , as expected when we see several revelers return to Courchevel by helicopter.
Deluxe rooms at Le Coucou start at €450 per night. Hotel Le Coucou’s Chalet Eglantine and Chalet Eleonore start from 8,500 Euros on a B&B basis. Hotel Le Coucou’s Chalet Eglantine and Chalet Eleonore start from 8,500 Euros on a B&B basis. Chalet Eglantine and Chalet Eleonore at Le Coucou start at €8,500 on a B&B basis. Prices for Chalet Eglantine and Chalet Eleonore in Le Coucou start at 8,500 euros. For more information, visit lecoucoumeribel.com.


Post time: Nov-22-2022