India Mahdavi, Joseph Dirand design L'Apogee Courchevel

Oetker Collection announced its newest property, L’Apogée Courchevel located in Le Jardin Alpin. The hotel will open in December 2013 and will be supervised by Philippe Perd, the managing director of the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc and Chateau Saint-Martin Hotel in the south of France.

Architect and designer India Mahdavi, who worked on projects throughout America and Europe, will helm the project; while Joseph Dirand will oversee the interior styling of L’Apogée.

L’Apogée will comprise 33 suites, 20 double rooms and a penthouse with its own Jacuzzi and private terrace, offering views over Courchevel village. In addition, L’Apogée will include a signature restaurant with a grill centerpiece, under the supervision of Michelin two-star chef Yannick Franques, a grand terrace for dining outside and a spa and wellness center with treatment rooms and a swimming pool.

Situated next to L’Apogée will be a private and exclusive chalet which will have five bedrooms, a spa and its own home cinema. L’Apogée will also benefit from its own private ski lift.

The hotel is owned by French entrepreneur and businessman Xavier Niel, who owns the Internet service provider, Free, and will be managed by Oetker Collection under an agreement.

Oetker Collection's portfolio includes Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa in Baden-Baden, Le Bristol Paris, Hotel du Cap Eden-Roc, Château Saint-Martin & Spa, Palais Namaskar and Hotel Saint-Barth Isle de France.

L’Apogée Courchevel

Oetker Collection's Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc

Oetker Collection's Le Bristol Paris

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