Fahrenheit Seven, Val Thorens
Surrounded by the peaks of the French Alps, this retro ski hotel Voted the Best Ski Hotel in France in 2020
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Fahrenheit Seven is a unique and stylish spot located on the ski slopes of Val Thorens, which connects you to the 3 valleys and the largest ski area in the world. The hotel boasts an incredible panoramic view and plenty of outdoor dining and leisure space overlooking the slopes. Beyond skiing, Fahrenheit Seven has a spa to relax and unwind, four different spots for winning and dinning including a café, rooftop après-bar, cocktail lounge, and rotisserie restaurant. There are plenty of socialising spots, including a games room as well as a ski shop and servicing facilities to ensure you have all you need without having to travel to far at all!
- Spoilt for choice of where to wine and dine with restaurants including: The Rotisserie, Zinc Bar, Fireplace, and The Bungalow
- Prime location in the heart of the Three Valleys
- Relax and meet fellow holiday makers while playing a game of table football in the sports bar and shop
The retro glamour of this place transports guests to the time to when the hotel was first built, with a gallery wall of 1970’s photos and interior design to suit. The bedrooms have been built for absolute comfort with vintage chic colours of duck-blue and mustard-yellow, furnished with retro furniture and fur cushions. The restaurants have been designed to utilise the incredible panoramic view and all surrounding balcony dining area. Large glass windows and minimal colour scheme in the restaurant draw your attention to the views and activities neighbouring the hotel.
Rooms and Suites
All rooms are equipped with the following amenities: bathrobes and slippers, hair dryer, flat screen TV, and safe. The hotel staff can also ensure a baby cot is available on request.
The standard room (sleeps 2 or 3) and is laid out as 1 double bed (or two singles) with the possible addition of a convertible sofa bed. The rooms also have a bathroom with a bath, separate toilet, small desk, and plenty of storage.
The family room, village view (sleeps 4 people) OR slopes view and is laid out as a double bed, with additional bunkbed room. The rooms also have a bathroom with bath or shower, separate toilet, small desk area and plenty of storage.
The Top floor panoramic room (sleeps 4 people) and is laid out as a double bed, with an additional bunkbed room. These rooms also have a bathroom with bath, separate toilet, small desk area with plenty of storage, a dressing room, and Nespresso coffee machine.
Après ski and dining
The Rotisserie restaurant is happy to welcome everyone for breakfast and dinner. The ingredients are as fresh and generous with meats grilled on the wood-fired oven, and local fish served with Asian flavours. All can be enjoyed from the velvet benches inside or on the outside terraced bathed in the sunshine.
Zinc is the ‘festive flooding bar’ that brings a warming atmosphere to Fahrenheit Seven incredible wine list and plenty of live music. Here, you can share a tasting board and enjoy an aperitif from a plentiful spirits menu.
The Fireplace is another feature of Fahrenheit seven, where you can go to enjoy a crepe and hot chocolate, get lost in the pages of a good book and curl up by the warming fireplace.
They say save the best to last, so we bring you to The Bungalow. Located on the terrace on the 7th floor of the hotel, the bar overlooks the resort offering an incredible panoramic après spot to eat drink and enjoy a date with the sun. A perfect spot to chat about the day’s events, meet other holiday makers, and enjoy some delicious fast food.
Should you wish to venture away from the hotel for some après ski, then be sure to visit La Folie Douce, which is located on the sloped in Val Thorens for your dancing-on-tables fix! Other popular après ski locations in town includes The Saloon bar which later becomes a club, or The Frog and Roast Beef, which is a typically British pub hosting live sports and music!
Spa and Wellness
The relaxation of facilities of the spa includes a sauna and hammam, as well as an herbal tea room overlooking the slopes.
In a nutshell
- Hotel type: Retro meets modern
- Location: Ski in ski out overlooking the main ski lifts of the resort. 50m ski to nursery slopes and ski school meeting spot.
- Style: Funky and welcoming
- Ideal for: Groups, families with children, couples, friends, social individuals
- Rooms: 108 rooms
- Breakfast: an array of hot and cold foods such as freshly baked breads and pastries.
- Dining: 4 dining options with breakfast and dinner board options: The Rotisserie, Zinc, Fireplace and Bungalow.
- Spa: sauna and hammam with relaxation tea room
- Children: Very child-friendly, with rooms catering for children and the ability to interconnect rooms for larger families. Many social areas such as a games room. Great access to ski school and nursery slopes for beginning skiers.
The Ski bar has been uniquely designed to bring the sociability of skiing that we all love, off of the slopes. A 200m2 ski room has been designed to enjoy a coffee, play a game of table football, relax on the sofas, and chill in front of the TV. The ski bar is open before and after you ski.
This area is located amongst the ski lockers and boots rooms, where you will also find a boot-dryer, toilets and a shower room. There is also a shop which provides information, advice, equipment, and accessories for all rider abilities.
There’s nothing wrong with mixing business and pleasure, which is why Fahrenheit Seven has a dedicated work & meeting space (capacity 65) with a fantastic view of the slopes.
Fahrenheit seven also has the ability and desire to cater for larger groups and has designed several packages, which can be tailored to ensure you get the most from your stay.
Chambery airport (CMF): 1 hour 35 mins
Grenoble (GNB): 1 hour 50 mins
Geneva (GVA): 2 hours 20 mins
Lyon (LYS): 2 hours 20mins
Low season price from: €1,426
High season price from: €4,193