Hotel Fahrenheit Seven (1650)

  • Three Valleys Ski Area, France, Courchevel

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Hotel Fahrenheit Seven has a piste side location in Courchevel 1650, near to the Ariondaz cable car. The warm and welcoming hotel will make for a fun and comfortable holiday in the Three Valleys. All the bedrooms are furnished in neo-vintage style, providing you with some fantastic views - you'll either be greeted by the slopes and Moriond snow front or you'll be treated to views of the Courchevel valley and some amazing sunsets.

Excellent location

Hotel Fahrenheit Seven offers the ultimate convenience being located right on the piste side. The Ariondaz gondola and ski school meet point are just 200m from the property so you'll have easy access to the Courchevel ski area as well as a the larger Three Valleys, leading to Meribel, Les Menuires and Val Thorens - the skiing possibilities are endless, making this an excellent choice for family holidays and groups of friends travelling to France this winter. The location is also ideal for those of you wanting to explore the resort as the hotel is only a 100m walk to the centre of Courchevel 1650 providing a selection of shops, restaurants and bars to fill your time when you're not on the mountain.

Spa facilities

Le Relax is the perfect place to rest your muscles after a long day on the slopes. With free access to the facilities included with your stay, take a moment for yourself and make the most of the sauna, steam room and massage rooms.

Food and drink

There is plenty of space to unwind and share stories, warm up around the fireplace in the Cheminee lounge bar with the floating fireplace. The bar is open all day and is the perfect place to have a hot drink in the morning in preparation for the day, or come back later in the evening for a great selection of cocktails, beers and wines. After a day on the slopes visit the Seven Kings bar for a vibrant après scene with an English beer, gin or cocktail. 

The Fahrenheit Seven has a wonderful selection of restaurants, half board meals are served at La Cheminée. Breakfast includes a hearty skiers breakfast with a classic continental offering as well as a range of hot dishes, and come dinner time you can enjoy dishes which are inspired by wood-fire cooking so you'll find a lot of hearty meat and fish dishes on the menu. If you want to treat yourself to lunch or dinner La Rôtisserie has a prime location on the snow front with the adjacent La Terrasse, serving meats cooked in the wood fired oven, dishes with Asian flavours and a range of local cheeses - the home made desserts especially good. With a south facing position, the terrace is a lovely spot to enjoy a warming hot chocolate at any time of the day.

Courchevel

  • 600km of marked pistes
  • 53 green, 137 blue, 106 red and 32 black runs
  • Ski up to an altitude of 3,230m

Courchevel is truly a world class ski resort with over 600km of slopes located in the Three Valleys Ski Area, you won't be short of pistes to explore during your holiday. Snow cover is more or less guaranteed throughout the winter season given the altitude of the resort. Whether you have been skiing for decades or this is your first time on the slope you will enjoy the diversity of the runs throughout Courchevel itself and in the wider ski area. 

Skiing and snowboarding in Courchevel

Being in the Three Valleys Ski Area, Courchevel has excellent access to the largest linked ski area. With 600km of marked pistes you won't have to do the same run twice. Beginners will enjoy the ZEN areas which have gentle slopes and will allow you to practice your turns and technique, while the experts can enjoy the vast number of red and black runs throughout the resort. 

Where to stay in Courchevel

We offer accommodation in three of the villages; Courchevel Village 1550 is the original Courchevel hamlet, it has a more laid back atmosphere and is more popular with families, it also has quick and easy ski lift links up the valley and over in to Meribel. Sitting just above is Courchevel Moriond (1650), a more traditional village with its own superb linked ski area, and access to a number of gentle green and blue slopes. Courchevel 1850 is the highest resort and is renowned for its glitz and glamour, it has a wide selection of fine hotels, designer boutiques and a buzzing nightlife.

Bars and restaurants in Courchevel

Courchevel is a lively area with a variety of restaurant and après options. There are numerous fine dining establishments in and around the resort, with 13 Michelin stars across eight restaurants. For the less gourmet options, there's also numerous pizzerias and restaurants serving traditional alpine dishes. On the mountain, there's a lot of restaurants dotted around the ski area for that well deserved mid-morning hot chocolate and lunch break. 

If you are after a resort renowned for its apres ski, look no further. Courchevel has some great spots to enjoy after a day on the mountain, whether you want to dance on the tables in La Folie Douce or want a more laid back drink with live music you can find somewhere to suit you.

What's included in an Inghams holiday to Courchevel

Flights, transfers and accommodation based on either self catering, half board or bed & breakfast. Optional add ons include equipment hire, lift pass and tuition, please see the 'Ski extras' tab below for more information on these.

Skiing levels
Beginner
Intermediates
Advanced
Snowboard
Cross country

Mountain facts
Ski area 600 km
Runs 53 136 113 35
Longest run 0 Km
Snowparks
Lifts Drag lifts 0, Chairlifts 0, Cablecars 0
Slope direction
Ski/resort bus True
Rooms
  • No. of hotel rooms: 65
  • No. of floors: 6

Reception

  • 24 Hour front desk 
  • Secure luggage storage is available in reception  
  • Check in time 5pm
  • Check out time 10am 
  • Official rating: 4

Local Fees and Taxes

  • Resort tax €2.48 per person, per day. Under 18s free of charge 

Rooms

All of the rooms have twin or double beds (please specify when booking), bath with shower head attachment or shower room.

Double Village Rooms sleep two people and are around 24m², with a balcony with village views

Double Piste Rooms sleep two people and are around 24m², with a balcony with piste views

Double rooms are available for sole occupancy, please call us to book these.

Family Rooms sleep four people and are around 35m²,  these are made up of two twin or double rooms, one bathroom and a balcony with piste views

Daily housekeeping is included. Wake up services can be booked in reception.

Bedroom Facilities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • TV with international channels 
  • Speakers
  • Telephone
  • Rituals toiletries 
  • Bathrobe and slippers 
  • Hairdryer
  • Towels
  • Bed linen
  • Baby cots are available for children under 2 years (on request)
  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No

Longitude: 6.653785
Latitude: 45.417821

  • Ski to the door
  • 200m to the ski school meeting point
  • 100m to the resort centre
  • 200m to the Ariondaz gondola

 

 

Facilities
  • Sun terrace with mountain views 
  • Outdoor dining area connected to La Rotisserie - La Terrasse
  • 2 Restaurants 'La Rotisserie' and 'Le Zinc'
  • The Seven Kings pub is a short walk away with English beers, gins and cocktails
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Spa and wellness facilities including sauna and steam room
  • Heated ski equipment storage room with lockers
  • Live music and evening entertainment 
  • Ski shop on site
  • Ski in / ski out access
  • Situated next to the slopes
  • Shuttle services available (book and pay locally)
  • Car parking on site (€18 per day - reserve in advance and pay locally)
  • Massage and beauty treatments available (book and pay locally)
  • Lounge
Meals

Hotel Fahrenheit Seven is on a bed and breakfast or half board basis. Half board is compulsory during high season, these dates are 23rd and 30th Dec, 10th, 17th and 24th February and 2nd March.

The hotel offers a continental buffet breakfast with a range of pastries and fruits as well as additional hot options available each morning.

Dinner service is to be taken in the hotel's restaurant, 'La Cheminée' which serves bistronomic cuisine and Savoyard specialities. The food is heavily inspired by wood-fire cooking so you'll find a lot of hearty meat and fish dishes on the menu. You'll have the choice of a two course meal, either one starter and a main or one main and a dessert, included with half board basis.

The hotel is also connected to the restaurant of La Rôtisserie and La Terrasse, which serves lunch and afternoon snacks using fresh and local ingredients. The Italian and Southern-European dishes served here are great for refuelling whilst out on the slopes and the restaurant is open for guests and the general public so we'd recommend booking a table in advance.

The hotel's laid-back Le Zinc bar serves food and drinks and is a fun place to end the evening. 

 

  • No of restaurants: 2

Board basis options available

  • Bed & Breakfast
  • Half Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegetarians

Dietary requirements are available on request and must be noted at time of booking.

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£7084
per person from £1771
Includes £200pp discount
22/03/2025 - 7 nights
4 adults
From London Gatwick
Half Board
Hotel Fahrenheit Seven (1650)
Three Valleys Ski Area, Courchevel
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