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Le Val Thorens 

This hotel is currently under renovation and will re-open on 24th November. 

80 rooms

Best time to visit

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The lowdown

Located in the heart of Val Thorens, this 4-star hotel is a wonderful place to visit for an all-round skiing holiday to tick all the boxes. It’s winning feature is the location – positioned on the slopes enabling ski-in ski-out access to the main ski lifts of the resort. The hotel itself has an intimate atmosphere, and the staff are known for making each guest feel incredibly welcome going above and beyond to make your holiday experience the best it can be. The hotel has two restaurants, one with a south facing terrace to provide the guests with every culinary option from fine dining to traditional warming dishes. After a day on the slopes, you could head to the spa, take a dip in the pool, or relax by the open fire place in the lounge.  

  • Ski-in ski-out access to the main ski lifts of the resort
  • Choose between not one, but two hotel restaurants offering an array of different culinary styles 
  • Relax and unwind in the hotel pool, hammam and sauna after an exciting day on the mountain

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Scandinavian style décor, with pinewood beams, open fire places, modern furnishing, neutral colour scheme.

Rooms and Suites

The rooms are decorated in a chic and minimalist style, resulting in clean and sophisticated furnishings while remaining cosy and comforting. 

All rooms come with the following amenities: hair dryer, TV, minibar, safe, separate toilet, wheelchair accessibility.

The Comfort Rooms (sleep 2), are fitted with a double bed, a bathroom with bath, and a balcony with views over either the village or the slopes.

The Comfort Family Rooms (sleep 2, plus 1 child) are fitted with a double bed and a sofa bed suitable for a child under 12 years, and a balcony with views over either the village or the slopes. These rooms are wheelchair accessible.

The Privilege rooms (sleeps 2 adults, and 2 children under 12 years) are fitted with a double bed (or two single beds) and a bunkbed room for the children. The rooms also have a balcony with either a village or slope view.

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Après ski and dining

Le Val Thorens restaurant is brasserie style offering delicious mountain favourites, while “Le Fondu” menu celebrates Savoyard classics with plenty of meats, cheese and scrumptious wine. 

Everyone requires something different for après ski. For some it’s a relaxing evening to unwind and recover from the day on the mountains. For others its heading to the numerous après bars in Val Thorens to enjoy the live music and socialise with fellow holiday makers. Whichever seems more like you, Le Val Thorens is happy to facilitate. The lounge areas in the hotel are warm and inviting, with open fire places providing the perfect spot to relax. Then visit the hotel’s spa and relaxation rooms where you could book a massage or beauty treatment. Alternatively, head to the hotel bar for a chilled beer, cocktail or glass of wine. Here you could play some board games and chat about the day’s events. Another option could be to spend the afternoon at Le Follie Douce where you can enjoy some of the best mountain DJ’s and get your dancing-on-the-table-champagne-fix, then ski straight to the hotel, change your boots in the ski room, and head straight back out the local après bars to continue your après enjoyment! 

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Spa and Wellness

After a day on the mountains head to the spa to take advantage of the sauna, hammam, indoor swimming pool, relaxation room, massage room and beauty treatments. The peaceful environment will leave you feeling rejuvenated and ready for the evening ahead and the next day of adventures.

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In a nutshell

In a nutshell: 

Hotel Type: Modern 

Location: Ski-in ski-out with direct access to main ski lifts of the resort 

Style: Scandinavian-style with modern furnishings. The décor is clean cut and crisp, with plenty of mountain stone and faux-fur. 

Ideal for: couple or small families. 

Room and suites: 80 rooms 

Dinning: Two restaurants, one overlooking the slopes with panoramic view. 

Children: All the rooms cater for families, and the hotel location provides prime access to all Val Thorens has to offer for children. A creche, ski school, nursery slopes, activities centre. 

Other amenities

  • Every room in the hotel provides access for wheelchairs
  • There is a ski and boot room for all your equipment

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Getting there

Chambery airport (CMF): 1 hour 35 mins

Grenoble (GNB): 1 hour 50 mins 

Geneva (GVA): 2 hours 20 mins 

Lyon (LYS): 2 hours 20mins


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