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Luxury in the French Alps as Six Senses Residences reaches new heights with six star living

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Six-star alpine living – Six Senses Residences Courchevel reaches new heights of luxury

Courchevel 1850 is renowned as the home of some of the world’s finest pistes, as well as for its unrivalled designer shopping and Michelin-starred fine dining. Completing this luxury lifestyle is Six Senses Residences Courchevel, a boutique collection of apartments that raise the bar in six-star mountain living.

With over 80% now sold, there are just nine apartments remaining. For purchasers not using their apartment throughout the season, there is the option to rent it out in order to recoup VAT. With rental values for a four-bedroom chalet in high season at Six Senses Residences Courchevel reaching approximately €29,000 per week, and significant investment and improvements taking place across the resort, the properties represent a unique opportunity for buyers looking for a luxury alpine property with income potential.

Jérôme Lagoutte, Head Office Savills French Alps, said, “This summer has seen a significant uptick in client requests across all levels of the market, including a few that have waited for several years but are now ready to purchase. We expect to see this increased interest at the higher end of the market elevating property prices this season, and with fantastic early snow last season, we’re looking forward to a successful winter ahead.”

World-class chic chalet style Each of the 53 residences, which include 10 duplex penthouses and 12 superior apartments, celebrate the alpine aesthetic with design by prestigious interior designer, Alain Foeillet. Blending contemporary style with traditional mountain influences, apartments incorporate timber panelling, beams, stone and beautiful, organic materials. Furniture packages by awardwinning Morpheus London are also available.

Providing the perfect place to relax after a hard day’s skiing or enjoy an al fresco breakfast in the fresh mountain air, residents enjoy triple-aspect mountain views from private balconies and terraces. For peace of mind, each residence also incorporates the very latest in security and technology, from finger print recognition to user-friendly interfaces which allow residents to manage their property remotely through their smart device. Additional features include a bespoke wine cellar, private sauna and hammam, open fireplaces, dedicated ski lockers, private car parking and storage caves.

A lifestyle like no other With one-of-a-kind experiences an increasingly important factor for buyers, the Residences meet this demand with a distinct brand offering: unrivalled amenities provided by Six Senses’ esteemed service team. According to recent research by Savills, this high level of service, alongside the quality design and security, is a key draw for buyers of branded residences.

Residents will have access to a 24/7 concierge and The Lounge at Six Senses,  as well as private catering and a dedicated ski concierge located in a private chalet under the main ski lift in Courchevel 1850. This season a new terrace will launch at The Lounge at Six Senses, for guests and Courchevel residents to enjoy, with sheep-skin covered chairs and vin chaud after a long day on the slopes.

The on-site spa enables residents to unwind after a day on the slopes with holistic spa therapy. Wellness facilities include an indoor pool with a sauna and steam room, a relaxation lounge, juice bar, gym and fitness studio. A range of signature massages, restorative therapies, facials and body treatments are available across five treatment rooms. The prestigious Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas have recently been voted the world’s No. 1 Hotel Brand for the second consecutive year by the readers of Travel + Leisure magazine, the largest and most influential travel magazine in the United States.

The glamorous heart of Les Trois Vallées Situated in a prime position in the centre of Courchevel 1850 – between the Rue des Tovets and Rue des Verdons, residents of Six Senses Residences Courchevel have the very best of the resort on their doorstep.

Part of Les Trois Vallées, the largest ski area in the world, residents have an almost endless choice, with over 600km of pistes and 200 ski lifts to enjoy. Off the slopes, Courchevel 1850 is a playground for the elite, and each season welcomes the ultra-wealthy, royals and A-lister celebrities drawn it its eclectic array of Michelin-starred restaurants such as Stephane Rochedy and Stephane Curon’s two-starred Chabichou and Le Saulire, and boutiques from global luxury brands including Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Fendi and Dior.




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