- The indoor pool
- Aquamotion: the largest water park in Europe
- The Chalet des Enfants: a space for relaxation and fun
- The gourmet restaurant
- The Mahayana Spa, a relaxing and energizing space
- The decor of the hotel, which is warm and creative
Known all over the world, Courchevel is considered as on of the most elegant ski resorts. The destination offers many wonderful locations: Michelin-starred restaurants, art galleries, luxury shops, legendary parties … But, above all, the immaculate landscapes, villages with authentic charm and an exceptional skiing area.
Nestled in the heart of the resort of Courchevel Moriond, at 1650 metres above sea level, the Manali Hotel presents itself as a perfect combination of luxury and family holidays.
Moriond is one of the five villages that make up the resort of Courchevel. The location is very popular as it is located on a mountainous balcony set back from a relief, which offers the highest level of sunshine in the whole resort. The hotel is located a stone’s throw from the centre of the village, which is very convivial, offering both family activities and numerous ‘après-ski’ outing options.
The centre of Courchevel is accessible by gondola (a few minutes), but also by complimentary private shuttle with the valet service of the hotel (journey of less than five minutes).
The 5-star Manali Hotel enjoys an exceptional location at the foot of the slopes and two strokes from the French Ski School in Courchevel 1650. Courchevel 1650 has many green and blue slopes perfect for families. Residing at Manali gives you the opportunity to explore the Domaine des 3 Vallées, the largest ski area in the world, with more than 600 km of slopes.
Five airports facilitate access to the hotel: Lyon-Saint-Exupéry Airport, Chambéry-Aix Airport, Grenoble Airport, Annecy Airport and Geneva International Airport. Helicopter transfers operated by Air Courchevel are available from all these airports. A taxi service is available from the train station of Moûtiers Salins and can reach the hotel in thirty minutes.
The Manali is distinguished by its audacious decoration, mixing Savoy style and influences from the Himalayan Indies. The contrast is striking and enchanting, too.
Throughout the rooms, you will discover both soft plaids and noble wood furniture typical of French cottages, with carved and painted statues of Buddha and elephants. The decor comes in warm tones, ranging from gray taupe to chocolate, noted here and there by orange notes recalling the brightest colours of India.
The place invites you to travel and takes its name from the Indian city of Manali. This city, a favourite of the owners of the hotel, is known to skiers as the starting point to the slopes of the valley of Solang. Renowned for its countless hiking opportunities, the city of Manali is appreciated by both athletes and families, who find a paradise of serenity and beautiful nature.
The Manali Courchevel combines the best of both worlds and transports you the time of a single stay with your family. The hotel has 37 rooms and suites, 1 restaurant, 2 bars, 1 indoor pool (children’s friendly) 1 children’s club, 1 Cinq Mondes spa and 1 fitness center.
The hotel offers 37 rooms and suites, each individually decorated. Inspiration came from India, the Canadian Rockies and the Swiss Alps. The scenery is enchanting and invites you to escape, while the calm atmosphere is reassuring. The result is a pleasant sensation of being both home and away.
Each room offers a view of the valley, the slopes or the Dent du Vilard. The ‘Indiennes’ rooms present woodwork with subtle, hand-painted details. They are decorated with Rajasthan marble, silk fabrics and art objects. The ‘Canadian’ rooms and suites are decorated with wooden logs and ‘real-false’ wolf furs that recall the world of trappers. The ‘Swiss’ suites evoke the early hours of winter sports history with their honey-colored paneling and comfortable armchairs.
Specially designed for families, ‘Family’ rooms and suites are spacious and can accommodate two parents and two children.
At every moment of the day, the Manali restaurant and bars offer a unique experience. At noon, a barbecue is organized on the large sunny terrace. Delicious grills are served, with a large selection of salads and desserts.
Gourmets will appreciate La Table du Manali‘s cuisine. Chef Jérôme Faget concocts a lunch and a dinner each day marked by both his Mediterranean roots and the products of the Savoyard soil. A real gourmet trip!
The Piano Bar is the perfect place to relax after a long day’s skiing. With family or friends, you can enjoy a wide choice of cocktails and other aperitifs.
Later in the evening, head to the Kullu Mountains Club for memorable billiards or table football games. A giant screen retransmits the major sports competitions, for great moments of emotion.