A refurbished Aman Le Mélézin opens in 2016

News Hour:

Aman Le Mélézin offers the kind of modern luxuries, fine dining, and spa treatments that let you make the most of a day on the slopes.On Friday 16 December 2016, Aman Le Mélézin will re-open following a comprehensive eight-month refurbishment. The extensive refurbishment, undertaken to enhance the guest experience whilst maintaining the spirit and charm of the traditional French château, will present 19 renovated Chambres and Suites, three of which will each feature a large terrace and a private hot-tub made from red cedar wood.

Additional aspects of the refurbishment include a relocated bar, with windows that open out to a newly extended south facing terrace, an expansion of the restaurant and a reconfigured entrance area. Sculptures designed by revered sculptor Roseline Granet will also feature throughout the property.

Located on Bellecôte Piste, Courchevel, perched 1,850 metres above sea level in the heart of Les Trois Vallées, Aman Le Mélézin’s location is one of the most desirable in Courchevel, offering guests the advantages of ski-in, ski-out and spectacular views across the mountains.

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