Six Senses Residences Courchevel is delighted to be partnering again this season with Rolls-Royce. The pre-eminent motoring company recently launched Rolls-Royce Cullinan, its first all-terrain SUV which makes luxury off-road travel a reality for the first time. Whether a guest is driving or driven to the residences in Courchevel 1850, it is the ultimate way to arrive.
The marque has returned to Six Senses Residences Courchevel for the key weeks of the European winter sports season (until 10 March). Clients can experience the Cullinan on and off road as well as Dawn, the most social Drophead Coupé ever created.
Crafted from local timber, the remarkable location of Six Senses Residences Courchevel, designed by London-based interior design house Morpheus, provides an exquisite setting from which to create a Rolls-Royce motor car alongside the brand’s peerless design team.
Kerry McClinton-King, business development director at Six Senses Residences Courchevel said, “Courchevel 1850 is renowned as one of the best ski resorts in the world, and we’re delighted to partner with Rolls-Royce, which has a similarly discerning customer, to host them at our unique residential development.
“To surprise and delight guests, we have Rolls-Royce models lining the snowy verges of our exclusive home, where residents can now enjoy the ultimate arrival experience, before relaxing with unrivalled quality and service.”
The unprecedented success of The House of Rolls-Royce is built on an intimate understanding of the lifestyles of its patrons, with a presence in the world’s most luxurious enclaves. It is no wonder that they chose the ski playground to the elite, Courchevel 1850, the most fashionable and coveted ski destination in the Alps, and a magnet for ultra-wealthy, royals and A-lister celebrities.
Residents and visitors of Six Senses Residences Courchevel have access to the spa and wellness facilities, The Lounge at Six Senses and new outdoor terrace, and an in-house concierge, which combines the very best of prime property and wellbeing with all the services to be expected of a five-star hotel. There is also an additional dedicated ski concierge located in a private chalet under the main ski lift in Courchevel 1850.
Over 80% of the exclusive 53 apartments have sold, they range in size from 70 to 268 square metres, and the 10 penthouses offer sensational triple aspect views with balconies and terraces with mountain scenery, and some include further perks such as wine cellars and private spas. Prices range from €1.5m to €8.8m.
The development is located approximately 100 km from Chambéry Airport, 180km from Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport and 190km from Geneva Airport. It is also accessible via TGV and Eurostar, or alternatively, specialist aircrafts can fly direct to the Altiport in Courchevel, the legendary highest asphalted runway in Europe at an altitude of 1,010m which is just 537m in length.