At the heart of the French Alps, Cheval Blanc — the sumptuous palace hotel owned by LVMH — holds Alléno Courchevel (the 1947) since 2008.
Rewarded in 2010 by two Michelin stars, this exceptional refuge just received the ultimate distinction: three stars by the Michelin Guide.
On top of the mountains, the restaurant advocates a modern and refined culinary art which improves the codes of gastronomy.
Unexpected and even exclusive pairing offer the quintessence of the chef’s work to the 22 guests.
Designed by Sybille de Margerie, in white shades, with stone and wood, the decor is warm, voluptuous and enveloping. Sleek, intimate and sober, Alléno Courchevel centers around a striking perforated Corian sphere, a behind-the-scenes invitation to discover the chef’s secret.
Open from December to April.