The pinnacle of enticing treats in courchevel

The restaurants of Les Airelles are among the most sought-after in Courchevel. This season again, they are evolving to surprise their guests!

Dining proposals consist of three restaurants and give precedence to organic produce. The half board package also gives guests access to Courchevel’s most famous addresses on the slopes: Le Chalet de Pierres, the Asian restaurant at the Aman Le Mélézin hotel, and Folie Douce in Méribel.

With Piero, the culinary artist of the Maisons Airelles, Marco Garfagnini is taking up his winter quarters in Courchevel after a fabulous season in Saint-Tropez. Born in the Tuscan village of Carrara, he borrows inspiration from his origins to present a menu that embodies Italian generosity, at the very heart of the French Alps. After training in Paris, London and New York, and working as Executive-Chef at prestigious addresses such as the Four Seasons George V in Paris and the Burj Al Arab in Dubai, Chef Marco Garfagnini has recreated dining at Piero at Les Airelles by adding touches of charm and sophistication.

Well-known for its buffet of exceptional generosity, La Table des Airelles is transformed each day into a feast on a new theme, based on the finest ingredients from the region and the world. In fine weather, tables are laid on the terrace of Les Airelles with a view of the Alpine Garden to appreciate the beauty of Courchevel.

“The promise of an ode to italian gastronomy, the tone of les agapes is set at Piero.”

Inside Airelles

This winter, Les Airelles welcomes a culinary novelty. Created exclusively for Airelles guests, La Cave des Grands Crus, just a couple of steps from the Palace hotel, is the new gastronomic place to go this winter. You’ll taste the very best wines in a warm, intimate atmosphere. The private chef and master sommelier will skilfully match wine and food for you – a unique culinary experience.

Finally, Le Coin Savoyard, inspired by the region’s best “carnotzets”, offers its guests the most tempting specialities from Savoy. Soufflé au Beaufort, Salad of Les Aravis, Farçon Savoyard and tender grills are all dishes to be relished, alongside re-tweaked fondues and raclettes.

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