L'Apogee, Courchevel: Newly opened this week, L'Apogee Courcheval offers ski in and ski out facilities. The five-star resort offers 33 suites, 20 double rooms and a penthouse with Jacuzzi and terrace. Located next to L’Apogée is a private, exclusive chalet with five bedrooms, a spa and its own home cinema. The resort also offers a signature restaurant overseen with an on-site caviar bar and a 7,000 square foot state-of-the-art spa.
Le Chardon Mountain Lodges, Val D'Isere: There are five luxury chalets to choose from, three of which are adjacent to each other, with the others 50 metres away. Le Chardon sleeps up to 20, Mistral caters for up to 14, Lafitenia for up to 12, La Bergerie for up to 13 and Le Kilimanjaro for up to 10. Together the chalets can cater for groups of up to 67 and small meetings can also be held in lounge areas. Renovations have been carried out at two of the chalets in preparation for the 2013-2014 ski season, including the addition of a suite to Le Kilimanjaro chalet and a new lounge area in La Bergerie chalet.
Hotel Koh-I Nor, Val Thorens: Also newly-opened this month, the five-star hotel in the Val Thorens ski resort is built into the mountainside at 2,300m above sea level and offers direct access onto the ski slopes. The resort includes 63 rooms and suites, a gourmet restaurant, an 800sqm spa and a terrace offering a panoramic view over the Val Thorens resort.L'Heliopic Hotel & Spa, Chamonix: Opening in mid-December, the four-star hotel and spa, located at the Aiguille du Midi cable car halt, in the centre of Chamonix Mont Blanc, will offer 102 rooms and a spa with an indoor swimming pool and jacuzzi overlooking Mont Blanc. Four meeting rooms will be located at the foot of the Aiguille du Midi, offering 60 m2 space each, with up to 225 persons catered for in a single space.