Chalet Triolet offers comfortable accommodation within the same building of Chalet Sonrier in a quiet residential area of Courchevel 1850. Access to the skiing could not be easier as it is just a short stroll to the piste and then you can ski down to La Croisette or to the Loze drag lift. The après-ski and nightlife of 1850 is also within a relatively easy walk. The chalet is simply furnished and is ideal for families or a small group of friends. The Triolet has been recently renovated and each bedroom now has its own shower room. The lounge and dining areas each have a large balcony with some of the best views in Courchevel. We are sure that the combination of the warm atmosphere of these chalets and the catered service is sure to make your stay both comfortable and enjoyable.
Features of Chalet Triolet, Courchevel
• 200m to the slopes • 800m to town centre • WiFi • Quiet location • Perfect for small groups • Log fire in lounge • Balcony • Fantastic views over the resort towards the Grand Bec Mountain
Accommodation in Chalet Triolet, Courchevel
• Entrance to chalet and ski storage Room 1 - Double with extra bed, private (not en suite) shower / balcony Room 2 - Double with en suite shower • Shared separate WC
Lower Ground Floor:
Room 3 - Twin with ensuite shower Room 4 - Double with en suite shower • Shared separate WC
• Lounge & dining area with log fire and balcony
Meals in Chalet Triolet, Courchevel
Food is a highlight of any ski holiday, and our Chalet Hosts will prepare and serve your meals as described here six days per week*. Start the day with a hearty skiers’ breakfast, including a choice of porridge or cereals, tea, coffee, fruit juice, local breads (including croissants and pains au chocolate in France of course!), plus boiled eggs, a choice of preserves, cheese and cold-cut meats, all normally laid out buffet style for you. There will also be a hot ‘dish of the day’ available, such as scrambled eggs or pancakes, freshly cooked to order.
Afternoon tea is the traditional ‘welcome home’ for chalet guests at the end of a day’s skiing, with a slice of freshly baked cake, different each day, to accompany your choice of tea or coffee.
Our 4 course dinner menus start with canapés and an apéritif, followed by a starter, main course and dessert, accompanied by a choice of complimentary wines, with coffee or tea and chocolates to follow.
Vegetarian options are always available, and other special diets are available at a supplement if booked in advance.
*(On your Host’s one day off each week, they will leave a simpler Continental breakfast out for you to help yourselves, there is no afternoon tea that day, and you can dine out locally in the evening. Your resort representative will gladly help out with information and make a reservation for you if you wish.)
Choice of Quality Wines The wines for our chalets are chosen in conjunction with our good friends and established wine experts, Nicolas and Véronique Perret, who have helped us select two contrasting whites and two choice reds for you to enjoy, unlimited, throughout dinner each evening.