Due to open on December 12th, 2019 Le Coucou is perched on the heights of Belvédère, close to Le Rond-Point des Pistes in the famed French Alps ski-resort. Highly prized by families and avid skiers alike, the oldest resort in the 3-Valleys snow-park boasts the largest ski domain in the world.
Le Coucou is the latest Maisons Pariente project, following the opening of Lou Pinet, last spring in Saint-Tropez.
Designed as a traditional chalet snuggled on the mountainside, the hotel blends in perfectly with its environment. Interior architect Pierre Yovanovitch was commissioned to reinterpret the classic repertoire of the Alpine style with a contemporary look that is minimal, but warm and subtly original. Sobriety, balance, comfort and modernity are his key words. Harmonious volumes and strict lines are softened by lighting and authentic, made to measure materials such as wood, stone, marble and metal.
True to the owners’ motto, the hotel aims to be more like a family home, with its 55 rooms, including 39 suites, dispatched on ten floors.
Two restaurants, ski-in ski-out access, a Tata Harper Spa, a Kids Club and a Teens Lab, two pools, one indoor and one outdoor, as well as a couple of private chalets complete the offer.
The Bar is the ideal observatory for watching skiers race down the slopes. In the Fumoir, cigar connoisseurs can relax next to the fireplace. The BeefBar offers exceptional meat, answering the needs of voracious appetites. Bianca Neve serves specialties from Tuscany and pizzas cooked in the open wood-fire oven. Each morning, the restaurant hosts a breakfast buffet with a profusion of freshly baked pastries, fruits and regional cheeses.
This winter season, the gentle and comfortable atmosphere of Le Coucou is a promise of fine moments to share with family and friends.