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With beginner slopes on the doorstep, at Hotel Fahrenheit Seven Val Thorens you can grab your ski gear from the heated lockers and step straight onto the pistes. Even getting to your lessons is a breeze with just a two minute walk to the ski school meeting point. Inside, Fahrenheit Seven has taken a plunge into the retro eras with a modern burst of vintage chic, focusing on comfort and style to make the hotel feel like a home away from home. The whole hotel is very impressive, especially the spectacular south facing terrace which commands a fine view over the slopes and you can soak it all in over one of their delicious lunches. Or, enjoy divine roasted meats and Savoyard classics in one of the hotel's restaurants. Moving into the evenings, it’s widely acclaimed that Val Thorens’ vibrant après scene is one of the best in Europe. But if the two minute walk down the road is just too far, you can take in some live music or warm up next to an open fire at the bar. You’re on holiday after all.
The ski in, ski out on the beginner slopes, Fahrenheit Seven, Val Thorens, lies just two minutes walking distance from the resort centre. It’s also just a two minute walk, or short ski to the ski school meeting point.
All rooms at the Fahrenheit Seven are equipped with the following amenities:
Fahrenheit 27 rooms have either a king bed or two single beds (on request) with an armchair. Rooms have either a village view or a slope view.
Approx. 27m2, sleeps max. 2 adults, 1 child, or 3 adults sharing
Resort height - 2,300m
Highest point - 3,230m
Ski areaLes Trois Vallées - 600km of piste
Although Val Thorens is suited mainly for beginners and intermediates there are still plenty of challenging runs - especially if you look towards the rest of the three valleys ski area.
Green runs 13%
Blue runs 39%
Red runs 38%
Black runs 10%
Lifts - 180
Season length - November to May
Beginners - 4/5
Intermediates - 5/5
Experts - 4/5
Snowboarders - 4/5
Families - 3/5
Après - 4/5
Eating out - 4/5
Charm - 2/5
Bowling | cinema | glacier touring | ice driving | luge | parapenting | snowshoeing | tobogganing | winter walking
Due to the fact that flights into Chambery and Grenoble tend to only be available on the weekends, we use Geneva as our main airport.
Chambery - 1 hour 45 minutes
Grenoble - 2 hours 15 minutes
Geneva - 2 hours 30 minutes
Val Thorens local lift pass
3 day lift pass from £148
6 day lift pass from £248
3 Valleys lift pass
3 day lift pass from £178
6 day lift pass from £297
This pass includes Meribel and Courchevel as well as the rest of the Belleville Valley and La Masse. The largest linked ski area in the world.
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