Luxury resort hotel in the upscale ski resort of Courchevel Cheval Blanc (LVMH) opens its doors for the 2013-2014 ski season on 13 December 2013 with a host of new experiences – a collection of new treats and surprises for guests.
This year, these include: pre-ski training – the cheval blanc spa offers daily personal training sessions to strengthen the cardio-vascular system, hamstrings, quads and tendons, pre-ski / ski touring discovery program / 4 o‟clock fun – every afternoon, as skiers return from a day on the slopes, the cheval blanc team will provide exciting activities to amuse guests – Hennessy will create a delicious punch from cognac and Black Tea which will be served either in the ski room or in the maison’s renowned yurt. Every 15 days, a professional ice sculptor will take up residence to reveal the secrets of his profession creating beautiful installations carved from an ice block – be it a horse‟s head or an igloo / limited editions gifts – each year, cheval blanc courchevel creates a new collection of gifts for its guests.
This season sees elegant cashmere pashminas, for both men and women, in either taupe and white or taupe and gray / a taupe jacquard canvas travel bag with the cheval blanc logo, smart chrome finishes, and leather handles or fur chou-chou for little girls / Moynat‘s malle petit déjeuner – this brand-new malle petit déjeuner trunk / slope-side barbecue / Chef Yannick Alléno‘s hot chocolate – return from the piste to taste alléno‟s famous hot chocolate / ice fountain – this new spa area uses traditional mountain materials such as stone, wood and ice and subtle lighting to create a refuge from the piste
The Guerlain Spa at Cheval Blanc invites guests to discover four new Guerlain massage rituals, available only at the legendary guerlain institute on the champs elysées in paris. Each treatment, tailored to every guests‟ expectations, is a fusion of traditional massage techniques from around the world and Guerlain science; aesthetic facial massage beauty pulp – an intense program of stretching and dynamic muscle movement that targets wrinkles and activates microcirculation
The hotel proposed exclusive new suites – the maison’s eight news suites are pushing the boundaries of interior design thanks to celebrated designer Sybille de Margerie. Artfully combining authentic and natural materials with innovation and creativity, she has created individual suites for guests looking for the ultimate in mountain living. all the suites are individual in design and make use of alpine materials such as wood, cashmere, fur, leather, bronze and brushed brass, alongside one-off sculptural and painted works of art.