Experience Michelin Fine Dining at a Selection of French Ski Resorts as They Announce New star ratings, with Crystal Ski

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Crystal Ski, the UK’s number one ski operator, has been enabling their customers to experience various French ski resorts over the years, and now they have even more reasons to visit. This year, several restaurants in French ski resorts have achieved extra stars in the prestigious Michelin Guide.

Emmanuel Renault, chef at the Flocons de Sel in Megève, is the only chef in France and the Alps to be awarded a third star in the latest edition. Two chefs have received a second star: Mickael Arnoult at Auberge des Morainières in Jongieux, near Chambéry, and Jean-André Charial at the Strato in Courchevel. Million in Albertville, Auberge du Bois Prin in Chamonix Mont-Blanc and L’Atelier d’Edmond in Val d’Isère all received their first stars in the new Michelin Guide.

The Michelin Guide is a highly regarded European hotel and restaurant guide, which awards Michelin stars and is reviewed annually. The star rating system, created by Andre and Edoudard Michelin, awards stars to a number of restaurants, hotels and chefs of who possess outstanding quality. Receiving one star represents “very good cuisine in its category”; being awarded two stars indicates “excellent cuisine, worth a detour” and receiving the rare three stars for those offering “exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey”. With such interest and anticipation around the release of the yearly guide, the Michelin Guide now awards rising stars; a clear insight that a given restaurant has the potential to qualify for its first star or receive an additional star.

Crystal Ski offers a week’s stay at affordable French ski resorts, staying at the three-star Grand Bois Apartments in La Tania in the Three Valleys ski area, France, from £329 based on four sharing (saving £140 per person). The kitchenette is equipped with a microwave, ceramic hob and electric coffee machine, dishwasher, fridge, bathroom, separate WC, LCD TV and balcony. The apartments are situated in a central location and a one-minute walk to ski school meeting point, ski hire shop, resort centre and shops.

Stay at the four-star Hotel Les Aiglons, Chamonix, France for seven nights based on four sharing from £959. Customers are provided with a wellness facility with an outdoor pool, sauna, whirlpool, gym and relaxation treatments from the Deep Nature Spa. The hotel has a central resort location and a ski bus stop situated outside the premises and within a short distance customers can dine at Michelin rated restaurants, Bistrot & Albert Premier.

All packages include flights, transfers and accommodation; however, car hire can be booked at a supplement if customers want to experience dining at more than one Michelin Guide
recommended restaurants. Direct flights from 17 UK airports to French ski resorts are available at a supplement starting from £20. Call Crystal Ski on 0871 231 2256 or visit http://www.crystalski.co.uk to book or for more information.

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