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Hotel Le Val Thorens was the first hotel to be built in the Val Thorens and having been recently renovated, it now combines contemporary decor with a vintage alpine twist. The rooms have been redesigned for maximum comfort with fab views across the ski slopes or the resort itself. The hotel has two restaurants to choose from; La Fondue and Le Val Thorens, both offering a different culinary delight. Le Val Thorens restaurant has a south-facing sun terrace where you can enjoy lunch right by the piste. The hotel also boasts a bar with a cosy fireplace, the resort's largest indoor swimming pool, a sauna and Turkish baths to kick back in after a day on the slopes.
Hotel Le Val Thorens is situated in the centre of the resort in the Place de l’Eglise. Staying at this hotel means you can enjoy the convenience of ski in, ski out with easy access to the lifts and the Rond Point des Pistes.
All rooms at Hotel Le Val Thorens are equipped with the following features:
Village view Comfort rooms consist of one double bed or two single beds, with the possibility of an extra bed for a child under 16. They also feature a balcony and a bathroom with bath.
Approx. 24m², sleeps max. 3
Slopes view Comfort rooms are the same as Village view Comfort rooms but have a view of the slopes instead.
Approx. 24m², sleeps max. 3
For your own safety, please ensure that you take care when on the balcony and do not lean on or over the railings. If you have children below the age of 12 in your party, please ensure they are supervised and not left unattended at any time.
Please be advised that safety standards with regards to balconies differ in France and on occasion, you may be allocated a room whereby the balcony is lower than we would expect in the UK.
For your own safety, please ensure that you take care when on the balcony and do not lean on or over the railings. If you have children below the age of 12 in your party, please ensure that they are supervised and not left unattended at any time.
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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