Le Chabichou hotel, a spot for uniqueness
In 1963, Mr. and Mrs. Rochedy have bought a small chalet of 9 rooms. Today, it’s a luxury 4 stars hotel complex that shelters 41 rooms, mixing up mountain charm and extreme sense of comfort. Welcome to Chabichou, a member of “Relais et Châteaux” and your address to prestige at Courchevel.
A customized service, charming rooms of 15 to 60m2, refined elegance suites divided into eight categories and well-adapted to family comfort. Only a preview of what this magnificent four-star-hotel offers, right in the ski slopes.
Gastronomy’s awakening of senses
Le chabichou restaurant (two-Michelin-starred) offers a unique opportunity to enjoy classic and refined cuisine, proudly serving flavors, and presented by the chefs Michel Rochedy (France’s top chef) and Stéphane Buron (France’s best worker in 2004) in their 300m2 finely built space.
Honoring noble products such as Bresse’s pigeon or the blue lobster, the restaurant’s gastronomic cuisine at Chabichou makes perfect mixing of flavors. Vervain-based caramelized pork belly, served with a braised pork cheek and a truffle-based creamy polenta are recipes that marvelously show off Chabichou’s one and only signature.
And considering that cuisine is undoubtedly about sharing, the chefs welcome you beside the stoves, or in the vegetable gardens, and unveil some exquisite meals’ secrecy.
In between subtlety, refinement and inventiveness, the worldwide-known restaurant exhibits since 1984 its two stars in the famous Michelin guide, almost 30 years of excellence.
A tremendous sub-structure
Le Chabichou is a place full of surprises. Its numerous equipments allow made-to-measure comfort:
- At winter, a second bistro-restaurant and a bar with “live music” open their doors to set a lounge atmosphere.
- A beauty and well-being center of 1100 m2 welcomes you into limitless comfort and relaxation. The Carita-Décléor is one of Alps’ biggest and most famous spas.
A splendid landscape
The hotel Chabichou gathers two sides: a radiant Mountain View loaded of history, as well as restored places breathing contemporary style. In this ‘white’ Savoyard chalet near ski tracks, a discrete elegance haunts the traditional decor, a remarkable achieved 50 years ago by the Rochedy family, who has contributed genuinely to this legend, to the fame and development of Courchevel’s skiing station.