Refreshed restaurant, upgraded menus, a spa package and enhanced Kid’s Club   Maisons Pariente’s Hotel Le Coucou will be reopening its doors for the winter season on 19th December 2020 with upgrades including a revamp of the Biancaneve Restaurant along with refreshed menus, a new spa package and an enhanced Kid’s Club. The 5-star hotel has been designed in its entirety by renowned interior architect, Pierre Yovanovitch boasting two private chalets, two restaurants, a bar, a Tata Harper Spa, two swimming pools, one indoor and one outdoor, a fitness room, sauna and two kid’s clubs. The hotel is located in the prime position of Meribel, the central resort of the Three Valleys, the largest ski-area in the world. Positioned between Courchevel, a destination that entices the wealthy, and Val Thorens which hosts the highest resort in Europe, Meribel is ideally located to gain the most from the Three Valleys. Le Coucou is nestled in the exclusive area of Belvedere in a peaceful piste-side location and is ski-in/ski-out, which is the pinnacle of luxury in ski accommodation. Revamped Restaurant and Refreshed Menus The Italian Biancaneve restaurant, created by Riccardo Giraudi, has been revamped for the new season by extending the windows […]

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