Maisons Pariente’s Hotel Le Coucou will be reopening its doors for the winter season on 19th December 2020 with upgrades to the Biancaneve Restaurant along with refreshed menus as well as a new Tata Harper Spa Package. The 5-star hotel has been designed in its entirety by renowned interior architect, Pierre Yovanovitch and boasts two private chalets each kitted out with a pool, steam room, sauna, treatment room, games room, ski room and fully fitted kitchen. With direct ski in/ski out access, Hotel Le Coucou’s Chalet Eglantine and Chalet Eleonore offer the perfect post lockdown private getaway, for family and friends this winter season.
Kimberley Cohen, co-founder and Artistic Director of Maisons Pariente comments:
“We are thrilled to be welcoming guests back to Le Coucou this winter season from 19th December, and believe that our two incredible chalets will offer families and friends total privacy and comfort whilst also allowing them to enjoy all the services of the hotel. Guests of the private chalets can enjoy the a la Carte menus from both of the hotel’s restaurants, in room spa treatments from the Tata Harper spa therapists and direct ski in-ski out access to the slopes creating a truly special exclusive ski holiday with as much privacy as desired.”
Complimentary Tata Harper massage, private butler, breakfast and professional photos offered to all private chalet bookings
Hotel Le Coucou is gifting all chalet bookings with one signature Tata Harper massage per guest, a private butler, complimentary breakfast either served in the chalet or in the hotel and a professional photoshoot where guests will have 20 digital photos and 5 printed photos to take home.
Spread over four floors and boasting 590 square metres, Chalet Eglantine and Chalet Eleonore can comfortably accommodate family and friends with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, sleeping up to 12 people if needed. Each chalet is fully equipped with four en-suite bedrooms, spacious living area, a games area, TV room and a kids play area, providing the ideal cosy and comfortable retreat for a mountain holiday. With ski-in/ski-out access to the private ski room, guests can effortlessly return from a day of skiing and unwind with a peaceful swim in the chalet’s private basement swimming pool, followed by a session in the sauna and steam room, with Tata Harper therapists providing expert treatments in the chalet’s treatment rooms upon request. Hotel Le Coucou will also provide chalet guests with a butler on call for any requests.
The chalets have a fully fitted kitchen so that guests can try their hand at traditional mountain dishes while family and friends relax in the large cathedral living room with a vaulted ceiling and immense bay window for enjoying the boundless views over the Méribel valley. For those who would rather a week away from the kitchen, a private chef can be arranged allowing guests to relax in front of the roaring fire with a glass of champagne as the evening meal is prepared. The a la Carte menu’s from the hotel’s two restaurants The Beefbar and the Italian restaurant Bianceneve, both created by Riccardo Giraudi, are also available for in room dining. Hotel Le Coucou will ensure all demands can be satisfied with the greatest ease.
Centered around the picturesque views of the surrounding alps the chalets combine five-star luxury amenities with the detailed craftsmanship found in a traditional alpine home. The two chalets have been designed exclusively by Pierre Yovanovitch who injects a modern, quirky twist on a classic alpine design. The bespoke furniture, warm colours and contemporary artwork will be found throughout creating a laidback ambiance allowing guests to feel as if they are in their own home. The spacious chalets showcase Yovanovitch’s mastery of volume and architectural angles, unique and different to the hotel, with a layout and services designed to ensure shared moments of pure happiness.
Hotel Le Coucou is located in the prime position of Méribel, the central resort of the Three Valleys, the largest ski-area in the world. Positioned between Courchevel, a destination that entices the wealthy, and Val Thorens which hosts the highest resort in Europe, Meribel is ideally located to gain the most from the Three Valleys. Hotel Le Coucou is nestled in the exclusive area of Belvedere in a peaceful piste-side location with ski-in/ski-out access.
Not only does Hotel Le Coucou’s chalets provide exclusivity and privacy, but also grants guests direct access to the ski slopes, the epitome of luxury when it comes to a ski holiday. With unbeatable views of the valley from the large balcony, exclusive décor by Pierre Yovanovitch and access to all hotel facilities; this is the ultimate ski holiday for those in need of a little indulgence right now.