Close to Le Rond-Point des Pistes, Le Coucou enjoys a rare ski-in/ski-out experience in Méribel and rubs shoulders with the snow-capped summits. Overlooking the entire valley, Le Coucou has the elegant look of a traditional chalet from the exterior, but its Pierre Yovanovitch-designed interiors reveal a more colorful, playful side that surprises and delight.Check availability
- The majority of the 55 rooms, including 39 suites, have a terrace from which to enjoy the spectacular view. Two large independent chalets, connected to the hotel via an indoor corridor, offer perfect privacy while enjoying all the 5-star services of Le Coucou.
- Rooms and suites have the same pure lines, where wood and stone contrast with wool and metal, glass and leather. Everywhere, antique furniture and designs by the architect create a warm and friendly atmosphere.
- Le Coucou has two heated pools, one indoor in the wellness space and the other outside on a terrace. The Spa includes a steam room, jacuzzi, and fitness room with yoga and Kinesis space, as well as face and body treatments.
- Ski Room: Designed like a boutique lounge with a fitting room and cozy café area, the ski room leads directly onto the slopes with its ‘take-off terrace’. Every day, a dedicated team manages the ski equipment and provides a personalized set-up per room, so that everyone is ready to go as quickly as possible. When you return, you can leave everything where it is and find it all ready for you the next morning.
- The Concierge and Experience Manager are on hand to ensure you enjoy an unforgettable stay with your family or friends — whether you need a reservation or a picnic basket.
- Yoga & personal trainer; Babysitter
- Ski instructor & Hiking Guide
- Car rental on site upon request
- Perfect Moment Sports to hit the slopes.
- Rates start at EUR. 599 per night.
- Méribel, the central resort of the Three Valleys, is located ideally between Courchevel and Val Thorens and is the largest ski area in the world. Hotel Le Coucou is nestled in the exclusive Belvedere area in a peaceful piste-side location with ski-in/ski-out access.
What to Do
- In addition to skiing, children, and adults can rise to the challenge of the famous Mission Black Forest sledding slope; test out pony sledding or ski-joëring; and fly over the mountains in an airship.
Good to Know
- A very personal re-interpretation of Alpine style: Designer Pierre Yovanovitch came up with a very personal view of the contemporary French lifestyle, where minimalism and extreme luxury go hand-in-hand. Ignoring fashions and trends, his distinctive architecture focuses above all on the purity of lines, the strength of volumes, the elegance of materials, and mastery of light, be it a 17th-century château in Provence or a triplex in New York. Applying a global architectural approach, from layout to decoration, he signs a reinterpretation of the classic repertoire of the Alpine style with a contemporary look that is minimal, but warm and subtly original. Le Coucou cultivates the art of contrast and rupture, between the monumental and the intimate, solid geometric lines and singular blurred volumes, vintage and innovation, impeccable regularity, and artisanal imperfection.
Worth Getting out of Bed for
- The Spa & Wellness area of the hotel offers an ideal setting to find inner harmony in a natural setting and an atmosphere oozing serenity. Enjoy the pure mountain air and organic skincare treatments by Tata Harper. The fitness room - divided into two spaces - is equipped with Technogym® machines, a KinesisTM, a rowing machine, and a space for personalized Pilates and yoga lessons. A coach is available on request for any specific requirements.
Wine & Dine
- At lunchtime and in the evening, the Beefbar, a restaurant concept created by Riccardo Giraudi in 2005, welcomes lovers of exceptional meat.
- Warm tasty crêpes at the Bar for afternoon tea; pre-dinner cocktail and appetizers.
- For a fantastic breakfast buffet, head to Bianca Neve, an Italian-style restaurant invented by Riccardo Giraudi, which also serves refined Italian specialties and pizzas every night.
- Connoisseurs of cigars and rare spirits can meet by the fireside in the Fumoir.
- Signature dish: Mont d‘Or fondue, with Ribeye ham, potatoes, and green salad.
When to Go
- Best skiing months are from January until March.
How to Get There
- Fly into Geneva and book a private airport transfer to reach Meribel.
- Train to Moûtiers: Eurostar ski trains from London and high-speed TGV trains from Paris stop at Moûtiers, which is around 45 minutes from Meribel.