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Val Thorens

Thinking of skiing in Val Thorens? This large, high altitude ski resort, twice awarded 'World's Best Ski Resort', boasts excellent skiing, a great range of accommodation and activities for all.

Why Val Thorens Ski Resort?

  • Highest ski resort in Europe, meaning snow-sure slopes
  • Gateway to 600km of amazing slopes in Les 3 Vallées
  • Accommodation to suit all: ski enthusiasts, families, groups & couples
  • Plenty of doorstep or ski-in/ski-out possibilities
  • A very vibrant ski resort with something for everyone

Val Thorens (3 Vallees) Information

World Snow Awards: 'World's Best Ski Resort 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016' & 'France's Best Ski Resort 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016'

Val Thorens is a well-established and animated purpose-built ski resort created in 1971 at a height of 2300m. This clearly isn't a small village ski resort off the beaten track but it is still very traditional in appearance and combines the best of skiing with the best of atmospheres. Val Thorens is a unique, animated and cosmopolitan ski resort with lots of energy but at the same time has a relaxed, happy and welcoming feel - you take from the resort exactly what you want and at your own pace.

Val Thorens holds an exceptional position on a sunny West facing mountainside in the Tarentaise area of the Northern French Alps, boasting stunning views over 1000 summits in the Alps. There is a varied choice of ski accommodation from 4* Luxury ski apartments with spas and swimming pools to large standard self-catering apartments sleeping up to 18 people, plus cosy and more traditional hotels - all of which offer either doorstep, ski-in or ski-out skiing possibilities. So if you are a family, a group of friends, a couple (young or old!) or just pure ski enthusiasts - then Val Thorens is certainly for you!

Val Thorens Areas

The ski resort of Val Thorens is split into 7 areas, the main 3 being Soleil, Péclet and Les Balcons. With skiing in mind and for your complete convenience, each area has its own amenities close by such as shops, restaurants/bars, ski hire shops, ESF ski school office/kindergarten and lift pass office – meaning that your chosen ski accommodation will never be too far from all the important amenities that you need during your ski holiday.

Les Balcons: has a mini supermarket, restaurants and a ski hire shop. The ESF ski school and lift pass offices are a short 10 minute walk downhill (allow a little longer to walk back!).

Soleil: here you will find one of the main shopping centres, restaurants, ski hire shop, the main ESF ski school office/kindergarten and lift pass office.

Péclet: The other shopping centre is located here, along with the ski hire shop, ESF ski school office/Kindergarten, lift pass office, restaurants and the main selection of après-ski bars.

The friendly and helpful Val Thorens Tourist Office is open every day during the winter season, 08:30 – 19:00. Their comprehensive website is full of useful information, tips and suggestions.

Ski Collection offers a range of Val Thorens accommodation options. All of our Val Thorens ski apartments have been hand-picked and are of a very high standard (3 & 4*), providing the ideal base for a Val Thorens ski holiday.


Val Thorens is part of the large ‘Les 3 Vallées’ ski area (the largest ski area in the world), which many skiers rightly regard as the greatest intermediate ski-playground in the world! This impressive lift-linked ski area is formed of 8 ski resorts:

Les 3 Vallées offers you a total of 600km of high altitude and snow-sure ski slopes (150km in Val Thorens itself) - every ski enthusiast’s dream! Amazing skiing can be had right from the beginning of the winter season in the Les 3 Vallées ski area and there is something for everyone - no matter what your style or ability. Renowned for its quality of snow and modern ski lift system, Val Thorens is a perfect ski resort for everyone.

The 3 Valleys benefit from excellent snow coverage - the minimum altitude level for skiing is 1300m and the maximum is 3230m. This means that a huge 85% of the ski area is located above 1800m. Some 2000 snowmaking machines cover a third of the ski area as well. The 3 Valleys offer wide ski runs that are maintained nightly by 80 piste grooming machines.

The Saint Bon Valley offers some of the most beautiful wooded sectors of Les 3 Vallées. Whilst the eastern side provides traditional wide runs. Where the Saint Bon Valley meets the boarders of Courchevel, you will find sunny Moriond and its attractive ski slopes. The western side of Les 3 Vallées ski area is represented by the Belleville Valley and at the very top of this valley sits the impressive ski resort of Val Thorens – with its circle of 6 glaciers and alpine peaks that reach over 3000m!

The Val Thorens ski area is made up of 7 sectors: Plein Sud, Péclet, Moraine, Grand Fond (Montée du Fond), Rosael, Caron and Boismint. 

Additional ski fact info 2018/19, main ski info in resort facts box at top of page

Belleville only (Val Thorens, Orelle, Les Menuires, St Martin) - 300km of pistes, 62 lifts (6 cable cars, 10 gondola, 28 chairlifts, 6 draglifts, 11 moving carpets), 167 slopes:

Green slopes: 23
Blue slopes: 75
Red slopes: 55
Black slopes: 14

1010 snow cannons (48% of ski area)

Val Thorens Ski Area - 150km, 29 lifts, 85 slopes:

Green slopes: 11
Blue slopes: 35
Red slopes: 30
Black slopes: 9



The wide and vast (10 hectares) beginners area is perfect for first time and low-level skiers and boarders. Access to this zone is totally free of charge – allowing beginners to get comfortable on their equipment and slide those very first few metres - before spending money on a lift pass. This area has been designed to provide first-class facilities for first timers and is where ski lessons start for adults, children, snowboarders and private lessons.

Beginners will find the Rond Point des Pistes slopes at the foot of Val Thorens wide, gentle and excellent for building confidence – the perfect place to start. Once you’ve got your balance it will be time to move onto the actual beginner area (espace debutant). The four Perspex covered magic carpets lead to special ski areas just for beginners, not only making it convenient and easy for them to get to the ski slopes but also allowing them to progress at their own pace and gain confidence away from the more experienced and high-speed skiers.

Once you’ve mastered the beginner’s area and feel ready for your first gentle green run, the Deux Lacs chairlift is the best to take. From the top turn left onto Traversée des Deux Lacs. Here you can either turn left again down the Espace Junior or continue to the Chalet de Thorens and take the Combe de Thorens – either route will take you back down to the Rond Point des Pistes. These are the main green runs in Val Thorens.

Once you are ready for a bit of blue action, the Cascades chairlift is usually the next step. At the top, turn right down Dalles. Other easy blues are Gentiane, Linotte, Moraine, Blanchot and Plein Sud. If you want to get to the top of the mountain and ski down on a fairly easy blue, there's Tête Ronde, Niverolles and Pluviometre.

Always remember that the weather and snow conditions will vary the degree of difficulty of a run. Generally runs will be easier first thing in the morning as they have been groomed overnight. By the afternoon they may be less smooth.


Val Thorens has some of the best intermediate terrain in the whole of Les 3 Vallées. By taking the big Péclet gondola to Péclet Glacier or heading to the Pointe de Thorens you will find a great selection of red runs. And don't forget Val Thorens also offers great access to the rest of Les 3 Vallées, with blue and red runs that will take you down to explore Les Menuires and Méribel


Val Thorens also offers some great runs for experts. By taking the Cimes de Caron cable car (some queues expected at peak times) this will lead you to great black runs down the front of the mountain or down further into the Maurienne Valley. 


For those who want to try off-piste skiing for the very first time in Val Thorens, the Pierre Lory run is definitely the best. For the more adventurous off-piste skiers there is the famous Lac du Lou run, which has a challenging 1400m vertical drop.

Val Thorens together with the Belleville Valley and Les 3 Vallées are regarded as some of the top places in the French Alps for off-piste skiing. For many people off-piste is the very best of skiing and boarding: Perfectly fresh powder snow; that tranquil feeling of solitude and pure freedom; away from the crowds, pistes and lifts; surrounded by real natural beauty – nothing beats it and Val Thorens has it all!

As always we highly recommend hiring a mountain guide or instructor to find the best possible off-piste skiing that Les Menuires and Les 3 Vallées have to offer, ensuring your safety along the way.


The Snow Park in Val Thorens has a half pipe, jumps, tables, hips, handrails, a boardercross course and a sound system. The slopes are suitable for all abilities of boarders and the snow is great for beginners and carvers. For free riders there are plenty of off-piste opportunities.

The Snow Park is situated above Val Thorens in the Plateau area and is served by high-speed chairlifts. The park offers skiers and snowboarders the possibility to develop, progress and perfect their skills and technique on a freestyle course adapted to each level of ability. The snow here is great for beginners and carvers.

Spread over 70,000m2 the Val Thorens Snow Park offers a half pipe, jumps, tables, hips, handrails and an all-important sound system! There are green, blue, red and black corridors, so it’s easy to choose how difficult you want you jumps to be.

This fantastic run starts by the top of the Deux Lacs chairlift. It has rolling bumps on the top section, then a couple of jumps (which can be side-stepped); then banked corners on the steeper, lower section.

The brilliant skier/boarder cross location has even hosted French and European cups. When the course is not being used for training or competitions, it is open to anyone to ski or board it. There are numerous freestyle competitions run throughout the whole winter season, such as the French Championships Slope Style.


There are only 4km of cross-country ski trails in Val Thorens itself. However, there are 130km of cross-country ski trails in the whole of Les 3 Vallées ski area.

Get closer to the summits and enjoy breath-taking scenery such as the Cime Caron with its 360° panoramic views of more than 1000 alpine peaks of the French, Italian and Swiss Alps or the Mont de la Chambre with its clear view of Mont Blanc. There are also various mountain restaurants along the way to stop for a bite to eat or a refreshing drink or two.

From Sunday to Friday there is a free inter-resort shuttle bus to take you from Val Thorens to St Martin de Belleville and Les Menuires

Val Thorens Ski Hire

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We have three conveniently located hire shops in Val Thorens for all your ski and snowboard equipment needs. We offer competitive prices and special offers are also available. Pre-booking your equipment hire will allow you to save precious skiing time once in the resort and means you can budget for your ski holiday, knowing that it is already book and paid for.

We have selected Sport 2000, which ensures that only the highest standard of equipment and service will be provided for all levels of skiers. More information on ski hire.


Val Thorens Lift Passes

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Lift pass delivered FREE to your home. Book your lift pass for Val Thorens at least 14 days prior departure and we can arrange hands-free lift passes delivered to your home, meaning you can ski straight through the gates, giving you more piste time - at no extra cost! Please note you will not be required to hand over a voucher at the kiosk in resort (freestyle applicable for free passes as you will be asked for a photo and a proof of age on site). Conditions apply. Please enquire with a member of the Ski Collection team for more details.

Other lift pass on offer (to buy locally in resort in Euros):

Beginner passes are available for morning, afternoon or 1 day duration - prices are 50% less than standard passes. Beginners sectors are available using the beginner pass:

In the Plein Sud sector - Castor & Pollux, 2 twin covered 240m long magic carpets (free) and the Cairn gondola.
In the Péclet sector - Musaraigne and Campagnols, two 200m long magic carpets (free), Roc drag lift (free), 2 Lacs and the Caron cable car.

3 Valleys ski pass – ½ day and daily rates 2017/18:
1/2 day - €43.60 children, €54.50 adults
Day - €48.80 children, €61 adults

Val Thorens ski pass – ½ day and daily rates 2017/18:
1/2 day - €33.20 children, €41.50 adults
Day - €40 children, €50 adults

Belleville ski pass – ½ day and daily rates 2017/18:
1/2 day - €38 children, €47 adults
Day - €46.10 children, €57 adults

Val Thorens Ski School

Ski school for children is available to book from 3 years to 12 years, in Val Thorens, with Ski Collection. Children 18 months - 3 years can go into nursery, creche or Piou Piou club:

Creche (no ski) from 18 months-35 months
Club Piou Piou (learn to ski) for 3 year olds

Free-ride, freestyle and race lessons can also be booked as well as private lessons.

We do not book the creche (no ski) for 3 months to 17 months and 3-6 years. See our childcare tab for more information.

View here for pre-bookable ski extra prices in £ for Val Thorens 2018/19

We can pre-book group AND private lessons in Val Thorens for your party.

Please note, these Pound Sterling prices are for indication only. They will fluctuate based on Euro/£ exchange rate. Please call us for the latest prices.

Ski School: Please note that lesson times are subject to change right until the last minute. Outside French school holidays the ski school reserves the right to cancel group lessons should numbers be insufficient. For peak periods (22/12-4/1, 9/2-8/3 & 6/4-26/4) we strongly recommend that you book as early as possible and in any case at least 6 weeks prior to the required dates. Morning lessons tend to get booked up first and therefore we may only be able to offer afternoon classes within 6 weeks of departure. In some resorts English speaking instructors may not always be available, particularly at peak times.

We cannot always guarantee that prices will be cheaper than in resort. When ski packs prices are calculated, the currency is bought at the exchange rates that apply at the time. You can be assured that once you have booked your extras, if the pound depreciates, you will not be charged more for your ski packs, enabling you to budget for your holiday in advance.



Val Thorens is proud to be a ‘Family Plus Mountain Resort’. This label represents 6 commitments made specially for families and children:

  • A tailor-made infrastructure for families
  • Entertainment & activities to suit all ages
  • A price to suit everyone: from the youngest to the oldest
  • Activities for children & adults, to enjoy both on their own & together
  • A nearby medical service for those "under the weather"
  • Children taken care of by professionals

If the kids are happy, then the parents are happy – correct? So whether you have little ones, teenagers or both, Val Thorens has a lot to offer…

View the Val Thorens Family Guide here!

Apart from the skiing, the highlight of Val Thorens for children will certainly be the brilliant 7500m2 indoor Sports Centre which can be found in the main shopping centre, Galerie Commerciale de Caron. Here children and adults alike can enjoy 2 swimming pools, Jacuzzis, steam room, saunas, relaxation rooms, river showers, numerous swimming lessons and water activities, body and facial treatments, massages, sun beds, hydro-massage beds, fitness room with a full range of machines, tennis, squash, badminton, Ping-Pong, volley ball, football, basket ball, equipment hire, numerous weekly tournaments and an amazing 600m2 Fun Park with trampolines, bouncy castles, ball-pools and soft-play areas – guaranteeing hours of fun and worn out kids!

View the Val Thorens Sports Centre Rates here!

And it doesn’t stop there……Val Thorens also boasts an impressive 6km high-speed toboggan run with a 700m vertical drop in the Tête Ronde sector; Snow mountain biking; A ten-pin bowling alley; Torch-light decents every Thursday evening and a brilliant Ecole de Ski Francais (ESF) ski school catering for children as young as 3 months.

The Val Thorens Tourist Office can assist you with baby-sitting services.
Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 08 08.

Resort Activities

It’s not just all about the skiing in Val Thorens, Les 3 Vallées, there are plenty of activities to choose from in Val Thorens - for all ages. The impressive 6km toboggan run is the longest in France & the amazing indoor Sports Centre is the largest in the French Alps - boasting 20 sports activities including 2 swimming pools, a spa & a brilliant Fun Park for the kids. 

Other activities in Val Thorens include:

  • Snowshoeing
  • Paragliding
  • Husky skiing
  • Snowmobiles
  • Ice driving
  • Glacier walking
  • Mountain biking on the ski slopes
  • Climbing an ice waterfall
  • Ten pin bowling

4 of the newest activities in Val Thorens to share with friends and family.

Glide, fly, dive... after all, the mountains exist in 3 dimensions!

The Highest Zip wire in the World!

The installation of the highest giant zip-wire in Europe is now complete – in Val Thorens! Departing from the Bouchet chairlift at a height of 3,230m and 1,300m in length, this will certainly allow for an exhilarating and breath-taking experience to take in the panoramic mountain views of Val Thorens and Les 3 Vallées – all at a speed of up to 105km/hour! For all thrill-seekers aged 8-88 years old, the cost is €50/person per ride (tickets can be purchased on-site - limited spaces). 

For more information, please go to:

Ice Diving

Embark on a wild adventure, just a short distance from the resort; a timeless journey beneath the frozen Lac du Lou. After putting on a waterproof drysuit and diving equipment, it’s time for 20 minutes of glacial exploration. This may not qualify as an extreme sporting activity, but it certainly isn’t without its thrills; the adrenalin mounts as soon as you leave the outside world and slide beneath the surface of the ice.

You gain access to the diving site on snowshoes or touring skis (40 minutes), followed by a 30-minute ice diving session supervised by professional diving instructors (includes equipment briefing), then it’s back to the resort on snowshoes or skis. Open to anyone over the age of 16. This ski touring session and diving introduction is available from 140€.

We Recommend: In the springtime, the ice is thinner and there is less snow on the surface. This makes it more transparent so you can see glimpses of the mountains from underneath, completely transforming the experience.

For more information about the Ice Diving, you can contact Evolution 2:

T: +33 (0)6 48 36 05 46

Snow Segway

The Segway is an alternative and quiet way of getting around at a gentle pace. Enjoy an hour’s introduction to driving the Segway on the ski area’s footpaths and the resort’s roads, discovering Val Thorens’ secrets. Fun and environmentally friendly, riding a Segway on snow provides snow sports thrills while you’re stood up and leaning forward on two wheels; just make sure you don’t skid! A guaranteed great laugh with friends! This Segway adventure is available from 50€ for an introductory hour.

For more information about the Ice Diving, you can contact Evolution 2: 

T: +33 (0)6 48 36 05 46

Night Time Snow-Shoeing Excursion - Child Activity Only!

From 5pm when the ski lifts are closed, the new Evolution2 ski school offers a nature discovery trip for youngsters to explore the mountains. On the programme: snowshoe hike, igloo-building and introduction to astronomy. Reserved exclusively to children aged from 7 to 13 years old! From 5pm to 7pm, two or three evenings per week, in groups of 4 to 16 children. Supervision provided by ski instructors. Price is 25€ per child.

For more information about the Ice Diving, you can contact Evolution 2:

T: +33 (0)6 48 36 05 46

The Sports Centre

The amazing 7500m2 indoor Sports Centre in Val Thorens can be found in the main shopping centre, Galerie Commerciale de Caron. Here children and adults alike can enjoy 2 swimming pools, Jacuzzis, steam room, saunas, relaxation rooms, river showers, numerous swimming lessons and water activities, body and facial treatments, massages, sun beds, hydro-massage beds, fitness room with a full range of machines, tennis, squash, badminton, Ping-Pong, volleyball, football, basketball, equipment hire, numerous weekly tournaments and an amazing 600m2 Fun Park with trampolines, bouncy castles, ball-pools and soft-play areas – guaranteeing hours of fun for everyone and worn out kids!

The Toboggan Run in Val Thorens

Val Thorens is home to the longest toboggan track in the whole of France! 6km of fantastic views, hilarious moments and adrenalin rush for kids aged 5-88 years old! With banked turns, angled pitches and even a vertical drop, you are guaranteed excitement, fun and laughter. Accessible from the Funitel Péclet, the start zone is located at the foot of the imposing Glacier de Péclet at 3000m. The run is groomed and patrolled daily and is open every day 10:00 – 15:00 plus 3 evenings a week (Wednesday, Thursday & Friday) – a great way to end the day!

Daytime prices (guiding fares):
€13.60 per person per descent, including sledge and helmet.
€19.50 for people without a lift pass.
Free for children aged 5-10 years old riding tandem with an adult. 

Evening price (guiding fare):
€20 per person per descent, including sledge, helmet plus mulled wine and local cheese when you reach the bottom!

Mountain biking in Val Thorens

Calling all thrill seekers! Ever tried mountain biking in the snow? Well in Val Thorens you can! From 17:00 every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday you can ride down the 700m descent of the Tête Ronde blue slope – at an impressive 3000m of altitude.

45 minutes (6km) of exhilarating fun awaits you – with the promise of free mulled wine when you get to the bottom! €40/pers/descent (guiding fare), all equipment included. Contact the Val Thorens Tourist office for more info: 

Snowmobile in Val Thorens

For an unforgettable adventure why not see the resort of Val Thorens from a different angle – on a snowmobile! A unique experience with guaranteed fun and delight: from 17:30 every evening you can become a snowmobile driver, either solo or with one passenger. Follow your guide as he introduces you to the magic of travelling over the snow – scream if you want to go faster!

Valtho Motoneige can be found in the main shopping area of Val Thorens:
Place de Caron.
Tel: 0033 4 79 00 21 46. 

Ice-driving in Val Thorens

Fancy trying something new and exhilarating that your friends and family probably won’t have? Do you enjoy a good adrenalin rush? Then why not give ice-driving a go? 

Val Thorens boasts the highest ‘Alan Prost’ ice-racing track in the whole of Europe!
Altitude: 2200m – Length: 760m – Width: 10-12m. Steering, counter-steering, braking, adventure and thrills – all under the watchful eye of a trained professional driver from the Ice Driving Academy. For more details and prices, please select here.

Paragliding in Val Thorens

For a truly breath-taking experience, why not see the Val Thorens mountains from the sky and try paragliding?

From December to April fly over La Vallée des Bellevilles, starting at 3000m from the top of the Boismintz chairlift, or weather depending from the Cime Caron or Glacier de Péclet.


For more information on paragliding run by Libre Envol contact the Val Thorens Tourist Office or Chalet de Caron

Val Thorens Resort News and Events 2018/19

Resort news:

  • New ski runs - nearly 4km of new pistes are being created. The 2 new slopes will be the blue piste from the top of Cime Caron (with a total length of 3.2km and a vertical drop of 570m) and a black run in the Boismint sector
  • New activity - local lift company, SETAM, are building a new double zip-line. It'll be 1600m and divided into 3 sections offering a stunning way to arrive at the heart of the resort in Place Caron, 65m above the ground. Accessible by skis and by foot at the top of the Moutiere chairlift
  • Ski touring - four new ski touring itineraries are being added to the Val Thorens programme. They vary in length from 2-6km


Check the Val Thorens tourist office website for more exciting news from Les 3 Vallées: 

Apres-Ski, Bars & Restaurants

55 restaurants • 12 slopeside restaurants • 1 restaurant with a Michelin ‘fourchette’ • 1 Michelin-starred restaurant • 3 restaurants awarded “Master Restaurateur” status

If you want it, Val Thorens guarantees lively après-ski! With tonnes of choice you will certainly not go short of places to drink or eat. There is a mixture of traditional, cosmopolitan, lively and chilled-out bars plus 3 night clubs for the party animals.

The famous La Folie Douce open-air restaurant/bar/club on the ski slopes is a must! The food is amazing and the atmosphere is one of a kind.

The wide range of great dining establishments include local Savoyarde specialities such as fondue, raclette and pierrade, French cuisine, Thai, Italian, Scandinavian, American, Steak, pizza....something for every taste bud and every pocket!

The Food in Val Thorens

Mountain Restaurants

What could be better than a joyful morning on the ski slopes, followed by lunch in a mountain restaurant? Val Thorens offers 11 slope-side chalet-restaurants – from gourmet sandwiches and family cuisine to traditional mountain dishes and Michelin-starred gastronomy. Or why not just stop for a delicious hot chocolate or refreshing beer?

‘Chalet de Caron’ (accessed via Cairn or Caron cable cars):

Sunny terrace. Bar. Large choice of Savoyard specialities, hearty dishes of the day, children’s menu, pizzas…. Open everyday 08:30 – 17:00. Lunch is served until 15:30.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 01 71

‘Le Chalet des 2 Ours’ (accessed via Boismint or Plan de l’Eau chairlifts):

Exceptional view over the Valley. Charming interior (seats 100) & large sunny terrace (seats 200). Delicious home-made dishes, such as Crozets Gratin with morel & cep mushrooms or Savoyard Plate (local cured ham, dried meats, berthoud & hot potatoes). Set menus, dishes of the day or à la carte.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 01 14 09.

‘La Folie’/’La Fruitière’ (accessed via Les Pionniers cabins also available to pedestrians or Plein Sud chairlift):

The highest open-air club in the world! Truly unique atmosphere, not to be missed. Very sunny & warm terrace. Trendy, fresh & local products. Self-service ‘Le Nuvo Self’ or fine dining at ’La Fruitière’ (lunch served 12:00 – 15:30). Bar with open-air dance floor. Live music, DJs & musicians from 14:00. V.I.P area. See further details below.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 04 27.

‘Le Chalet de la Marine’ (accessed via the Cascades chairlift):

Amazing views of Belleville Valley at 2500m, enjoy a delicious meal here or a quick lunch in the adjacent ‘Le Bistro de la Marine’. Le Chalet de la Marine was awarded 1 Fork in the 2013 Michelin Guide. To experience something special and a bit different, evening meals can be arranged here on Wednesdays & Thursdays. Enjoy your meal either inside the main chalet or the ‘Yurt’ (Mongolian tent), followed by a torch-lit descent back down to the resort!

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 11 90

‘Les Chalets du Thorens’ (accessible by snow-scooter):

Amazing views of the resort from numerous terraces. Bar 360 with music. Traditional & Savoyard dishes in the restaurant; fast-lunch in the cafeteria with buffet starters, pasta dishes & varied dishes of the day; made to order Italian pizzas; snacks such as hot or cold sandwiches, hot dogs, croquet-monsieurs plus 2 Belgian waffle stands for a quick & delicious sugar-fix. Lunch is served 12:00-15:00.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 02 80

‘Les Aiguilles de Péclet’ (accessed via the Péclet Funitel, also available to pedestrians):

At 3000m, at the foot of the glacier. A sunny, gastronomic and panoramic experience awaits you! Bar, self-service & à la carte restaurant.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 03 76

‘Chez Pépé Nicolas’ (Chalet d’Alpage):

Between Val Thorens and Les Menuires, near Lac du Lou. Enjoy traditional Savoyard cuisine, made from fresh local produce, from the lovely terrace with panoramic views of the Péclet Polset glacier or inside the charming converted barn with original décor.

Tel: +33 (0)6 09 45 28 35

‘La Moutière’ (accessed via Moutière chairlift or Grand Font Funitel)

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 02 67

‘Chalet Chinal Donat’ (accessed via Rosaël chairlift or Orelle cable car).

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 56 53 01

‘Chalet Le Caribou’ (accessed via Moraine chairlift)

Tel: +33 (0)6 11 18 06 71

‘Caron Freeride Café’ (accessed via Caron bubble).

Tel: +33 (0)9 74 77 66 70

‘Chalet des 2 Lacs’ (accessed via 2 Lacs & Moutière chairlifts).

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 28 54


‘Le Karmin’ at Le Hameau de Kashmir residence comes highly recommended by staff here at Ski Collection. Their delicious mountain food from around the world will certainly allow you to discover new and exciting flavours, all in a charming and sophisticated atmosphere with friendly and attentive staff.

In addition to the beautifully decorated restaurant there are 5 terraces and a small glass cabin located almost on the ski slopes for a more intimate dining experience under the stars (maximum 6 people).

The traditional goats cheese salad, entrecote steak and apple Tarte Tatin are delicious and guaranteed to get your taste buds going! Le Karmin is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 50 20

Le Hameau de Kashmir also houses a slightly smaller restaurant called ‘Le Yack’. This authentic restaurant offers the more traditional style of French cuisine in an intimate and relaxed atmosphere. The decor is a blend of the Kashmir region and the Savoy mountains.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 50 20

‘Restaurant Jean Sulpice’

Within L’Oxalys residence, at the entrance to the resort. Run by renowned Savoyard chef Jean Sulpice, awarded with 2 Michelin Stars! The décor of the restaurant is sophisticated and chic, with a relaxed atmosphere, attentive staff and beautiful panoramic mountain views. The delicious menu is wholesome, inventive and authentic.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 40 00 71.

‘Le Koh-i Nor’ 

Within Koh-i Nor residence, Rue du Gébroulaz. Run by chef Yoann Conte, awarded with 2 Michelin Stars at his restaurant near Lake Annecy. Fine dining with a gorgeous menu using exceptional products, aromatic plants, spices and herbs. Panoramic terrace with breathtaking views over the resort. Lounge-bar.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 31 00 00.

‘La Joyeuse Fondue’

Rue du Soleil- Tried and tested by the Ski Collection team! Here you will be made to feel very welcome in a cosy setting and get to taste the ‘real France’! Head here for true Savoyarde specialities such as Fondue (melted cheese on a stove brought to your table with bread for dipping), Raclette (cheese melted by a special machine, scrapped off and eaten with potatoes) and Pierrade (small pieces of meat that you cook yourself at your table on a heated stone plaque – normally served with salad and potatoes).

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 03 88.

‘La Petite Ferme’

Rue du Soleil – Tried and tested by the Ski Collection team! Offers tasty freshly made stone-baked pizzas with every choice of topping imaginable. Plus pasta, risotto, bruschetta…..Warm welcome in a cosy mountain atmosphere, ideal for a quick lunch or evening meal.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 05 12.


Residence Montana on Rue du Soleil. Intimate atmosphere for a special moment. Gourmet French cuisine at its best.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 21 30.

‘L’Auberge des Balcons’

Les Balcons area, the upper part of Val Thorens. Tried and tested by the Ski Collection team! A variety of traditional and tasty food at fairly good prices, in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 91 91.

‘La Cabane’

Les Balcons area, the upper part of Val Thorens. Refined cuisine with a Savoyard touch in an authentic, romantic and warm setting.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 83 84.

‘John’s Scandinavian Restaurant’

Galerie de Péclet shopping centre. Modern Scandinavian cuisine, seafood and meat specialities such as salmon gravlax, fish soup, cod, steak and delicious desserts such as apple crumble. Cocktail bar. Open daily from 12:00.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 01 43

‘John’s American Restaurant’

Péclet area, Immeuble les 3 Vallées. Tex-Mex food including home-made burgers, barbecue spare ribs, steaks, Mexican fajitas, nachos, American brunch, salads, milkshakes and much more... Open everyday from 11:00 (09:00 on Saturdays).

Tel +33 (0)4 79 00 05 15.

‘Le Kinabalu’

Galerie Péclet shopping centre. Small restaurant with a friendly atmosphere and cosy mountain décor. Mixture of flavours from south-east Asia plus mountain specialities, so something for everyone!

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 06 48 83

‘The Steak Club’

Rue de Gébroulaz. This is where you will find the finest quality meat, home-made fries, creative tapas and daring cocktails, all in a cosy, intimate and relaxed atmosphere by the fireplace.

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 01 31 19.

As a traditional digestive tipple why not sample the local Génépi liquer? It is based on vodka or pure grain alcohol, with chopped, dried génépi alpine flowers (found high up in the Belleville Valley) added for taste, aroma and colour – it certainly has a taste that can be acquired if the individual concerned is sufficiently dedicated!


The new ‘Le Burger Bar’ on Rue du Soleil is a great place to enjoy a selection of quality home-made burgers and French fries, available to eat-in or take-away. The Sports/Music Bar is open 16:00 – 02:00 (all day Saturday) and burgers are served 17:00 – 22:00 (all day Saturday). Free Wi-Fi.

Other fast food outlets include: ‘Facefood’ & ‘Pic’nic’ on Rue de Gébroulaz – Péclet area, within Immeuble les Glaciers building. ‘Snow Food’ on Place Péclet (also does Pizza delivery). ‘Val Burger Pizza’ & ‘Coup’Faim’ on Rue Caron. ‘French Food – Rôtisserie’, ‘Le Comptoir’ & ‘Pizz’Burger’ within Galerie Caron shopping centre. ‘Gaufres Geo’ for waffles by Malaysia & ‘Skifood’ on Place Caron. ‘Waffy Good’ for waffles within Chalet du Thorens. ‘L’Altifood’ within Residence Altineige on Place des Arolles.

The Après-ski in Val Thorens

With over 40 bars and 3 nightclubs, Val Thorens guarantees lively après-ski - if you want it that is – most of which can be found in the Péclet area of the resort on Rue de Gébroulaz. Yet again there is something for everyone, ranging from lively, loud and cosmopolitan to quieter, more civilised and traditional.

To name but a few, Val Thorens offers you: the chilled out ‘Rhum Box’ bar specialising in rum with over 30 different flavours to choose from, plus the normal range of drinks in a very relaxed atmosphere; ‘Le Shamrock’ and ‘O’Connells’ Irish pubs both serving surprisingly good Guinness; ‘The Frog & Roastbeef’ is British owned and at peak times has live music – will you be brave enough to take on the ‘Yard of Ale Challenge’?

‘La Bicicleta’ is part of the ten pin bowling alley so is child-friendly & is a lively venue with a prehistoric Flintstones-style décor; ‘Saloon’ specialises in cocktails; ‘Le Blanchot’ is a relaxed wine bar; ‘L’Eclipse’ is typically French; ‘Le Sabot de Vénus’ is a classy and relaxed piano bar; ‘Le Rendez-Vous’ is quiet and classy; ‘Le Moo Bar’ has a DJ, themed evenings and a pool table and ‘The Red Fox’ (in Les Balcons area) has a genuine ‘pub’ atmosphere – so you name it, Val Thorens has got it!

Some of the bars and pubs show the main football and rugby matches such as ‘O’Connells’, ‘The Shamrock’, ‘Downunder’ & ‘La Bicicleta’ (within the bowling alley) plus some also have free Wi-Fi internet access (when you buy a drink!). Many of the pubs are open till late.

However, the highlight of Val Thorens has to be the popular and renowned ‘La Folie Douce’ and the prestigious ‘La Fruitiere’ which are located at 2600m on the ski slopes, at the top of the Plein Sud and 3 Vallées chairlifts. The southern exposure makes it the sunniest place in Val Thorens, so be sure to have your sun cream plus the views of the valley are amazing. From Winter 2013/2014 the high-speed 6 seater '3 Vallées 1' chairlift will also be equipped with 4 independent cabins accessible to pedestrians and novice skiers/snowboarders – so now no one has to miss out on the fun!

You may have heard of La Folie Douce before as they can also be found in Val d’Isere and Meribel (since 1969!) and a new one is due to open in Alpe d’Huez for winter 2013-2014. It is effectively an open-air club with a very special and unique atmosphere. Open everyday from 09:00 until approximately 17:30 (when the ski lifts close), the balcony comes alive and the fun starts from around 14:00 with DJs, live musicians and singers entertaining the crowds below on the 700m2 dance floor with their funky deep house music – many are seen letting their hair down and dancing on the tables!

And don’t forget to give your fellow skiers and boarders a wave on the chairlifts as they go above you! There is even a separate VIP lounge area with huge comfy pillows, to sit back and relax. So whether it’s a mid-ski stop-pit or an après-ski gathering, La Folie Douce is a must. Tried and tested by some of the Ski Collection team, trust us leaving this place is very difficult! The ‘Nuvo-Self’ self-service restaurant serves food from 11:30 – 15:00, including hot and cold starters such as soup, salads and quiche; main meals such as burgers, sausages, steak, chicken, chips and vegetables; a selection of cheeses and daily changing desserts.

Attached to La Folie Douce you will find La Fruitiere – quite possibly one of the smartest and chic-est restaurants in Val Thorens – offering high-class dining at quite high but not outrageous prices. Open everyday from 12:00 – 15:00, you can enjoy delicious food on the large sunny terrace or inside the restaurant.

An example of the menu: hot and cold starters such as tuna & avocado tartar, foie gras ravioli, French onion soup and a selection of charcuteries; pasta dishes such as Alpine pasta tariflette style, Thai noodles with crunchy vegetables, Shitake noodles and scallops with spaghetti; fish and meat dishes such as monkfish risotto, wild sea bass steak, filet of beef with ceps and gratin potatoes, lamb shank cooked in thyme and honey, Savoy hotpot and much more; a large selection of cheeses plus desserts such as chocolate fondant, apple tarte tatin, tiramisu and apricot clafoutis. Even if you only go once, this is a must during your stay in Val Thorens!

The Partying in Val Thorens

For the party animals or those just not quite ready for bed, there are 3 nightclubs in Val Thorens: ‘Le Baramix’ has a quiet and relaxing lounge-bar on the ground floor and a nightclub in the basement – open every night from 4pm. ‘Klub Summit’ is fun and lively, combining classic rock with house hits and of course disco tunes – open every night 22:00 – 04:00.

‘Maylasia’ is the biggest club in the Alps holding up to 2500 people and has been ‘the place to be’ in Val Thorens since 1986! Live bands and DJs from all over the world play from 22:00 – 02:00 then the real ‘clubbing’ begins until closing at around 04:00.

The Classic and Jazz Music Association organises a concert each week at the church in Val Thorens for music lovers to enjoy.


Val Thorens has everything you would expect to find in a modern ski resort. The comprehensive selection of shops & services are spread throughout the ski resort but most are housed in the two shopping centres: Galerie Commerciale de Caron and Galerie Commerciale de Péclet. Here you will find supermarkets, convenience stores, newsagents, butchers, local & regional products, decorative household items, bakeries, medical centres, pharmacy, dentist, physiotherapists, post office, banks, launderettes, dry cleaners, hairdressers, fashion stores, jewellery, perfume, souvenir, photo & sport shops.

Food stores

Sherpa Supermarché – Galerie Péclet shopping centre
Open everyday 07:30 – 20:30.
Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 01 67.

Supérette 8 à Huit – Les Temples du Soleil Residence on Rue du Soleil
Open everyday 07:30 – 12:30 & 16:30 – 20:00.
Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 01 42

Supermarché Spar Caron – Galerie Caron shopping centre
Open everyday 07:30 – 20:30.
Tel: +33 (0)4 79 01 04 21.

Spa Supermarket du Chamois – Chamois d’Or on Rue du Soleil
Open 07:30 - 22:00.
Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 20 28

Carrefour Montagne Caron – Rue Caron
Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 04 98

Supérette Sherpa Les Balcons – Quartier des Balcons (Les Balcons area)
Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 91 90

Supérette 8 à Huit – Entrée Station (entrance of the resort)
Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 03 80

Carrefour Montagne Péclet – Péclet area
Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 05 88


There is a market on Place Péclet every Tuesday & Thursday, to sample some of the delicious local products & maybe buy a gift to take home.

Medical Centres

Emergency numbers: Fire 18, Police 17, Medical 15 (or 112 for all from mobiles)

Centre Médico - Sportif – Place Caron. Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 00 37

Centre Médical – Rue du Soleil. Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 74 39

Médecine du Travail – Roc de Péclet II. Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 71 83

Nearest Hospital

Hôpital de Moûtiers
Rue Ecole des Mines,
73600, Moûtiers
Tel: +33 (0)4 79 09 60 60.

Nearest Vets

Clinique Vétérinaire des 3 Vallées
107 Chemin des Prés,
73600, Moûtiers.
Tel: +33 (0)4 79 24 01 76

Getting to Val Thorens, France

By Road:

Driving distance from Calais: 590 miles, approximately 9 hrs.
From Calais, take A26 Motorway to Reims and Troyes, A5 Motorway to Dijon, A39 Motorway to Lons-le-Saulnier/Bourg-en-Bresse, A40-A42 Motorway heading towards Lyon, N504 towards Chambéry, A43 Motorway, A430 Motorway to Albertville, N90 to Moûtiers & D117 following signs to Les Menuires/Val Thorens/Vallée des Belleville (sharp climbing starts here). Drive through Les Menuires following signs to Val Thorens.
Do not follow GPS via St Laurent de La Côte as the D96 road is not safe in winter!
Listen to Autoroute FM (107.7 FM) for traffic news in English

By Air:

Chambery to Val Thorens: 70 miles, approximately 1 hr 45

Lyon to Val Thorens: 123 miles, approximately 2 hrs 45

Geneva to Val Thorens: 125 miles, approximately 2 hrs 45

Private taxi transfers from airports to Val Thorens are pre-bookable via Ski Collection. See our airport & station transfers page for more information.

By Rail:

Taking the Eurostar from London couldn’t be easier. We offer 2 options: direct Ski Train (St Pancreas or Ashford to Moûtiers or Bourg-St-Maurice) or Eurostar Beyond (with a change at Paris). See our train services page for more information.

The nearest train station to Val Thorens is 23 miles away in Moûtiers. 

Private taxi transfers from Moûtiers to Val Thorens from £54 per person return (based on 4 people sharing) are pre-bookable via Ski Collection! See our airport & station transfers page for more information.

Bus Transfers:

Altibus offer bus lines from Lyon Saint-Exupéry, Genève-Cointrin (Geneva), Chambéry/Aix les Bains airports and Moûtiers SNCF train station to the ski resort of Val Thorens. Tel: +33 (0)8 20 32 03 68. Website:

Moûtiers Bus Station: +33 (0)4 79 24 24 46

Val Thorens Bus Station, Place des Arolles. Tel: +33 (0) 4 79 00 06 83

Car Hire:

Ski Collection can arrange very competitive car hire at all airports, train stations and other town locations. 7 day rental ranges from £230-£549 (any other duration possible).

See our car hire page for more information.

Resort Shuttle Bus in Val Thorens:

Although Val Thorens is quite compact and it is usually possible to walk to where you want to go, there is a free shuttle bus service that runs throughout the resort every day from 08:05 – 20:00, every 30 minutes. On a Saturday there is an extension to these hours and the buses run from 06:15 – 22:15. It can be useful for getting to ski school with children, carrying luggage and ski equipment or simply if you are too tired to walk after a long day on the ski slopes!

There are two routes: ‘Circuit de la Boucle’ which runs up from the main bus station, past the church, to Place Péclet, Les Balcons then back to the bus station and ‘Circuit du Soleil’ which runs down from the main bus station, down Rue du Soleil, to parking P2 then back to the bus station.

There are also five free shuttle buses every day except Saturday from Val Thorens to Les Menuires then onto St Martin de Belleville (four a day in the opposite direction) - for walkers and cross-country skiers. The first bus leaves Val Thorens at 09:25 and the last one back from St Martin de Belleville is 17:15. There is an extra bus service back from St Martin de Belleville to Les Menuires and Val Thorens on a Thursday night at 20:30 as there is a weekly music concert in St Martin de Belleville.

Resort Parking in Val Thorens

For your security and comfort Val Thorens is a semi-pedestrian ski resort, meaning you can drive through the resort and unload your luggage at your chosen apartment or hotel and then you must park your vehicle in the residences car park or one of the public car parks in the resort, run by Valthoparc. Tel: +33 (0)4 79 00 02 49. You can pre-book via their website You are not allowed to leave your car parked in the street.

There are 3 covered car parks: P0: Rue de la Boucle, P1: Grand Rue & P2: Rue du Soleil. Outdoor parking is also available.

Val Thorens/Orelle Opening Dates

3 Valleys ski area is open: 15/12/18 – 22/04/19

Val Thorens ski area is open: 17/11/18 - 05/05/19

Orelle ski area is open: 24/11/18 - 05/05/19

Special Offers
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Accommodation in Val Thorens

Club Med Val Thorens Sensations

Super Inclusive Hotel All inclusive

The 4-Trident Club Med Resort of Val Thorens Sensations is ski in ski out for ultimate skiing convenience. Enjoying majestic panoramic views from a Resort designed to enhance transparency and light.

All inclusive

Le Hameau du Kashmir

Self Catered Hotel & Apartments Sleeps 1 - 8 Directors' Choice | Luxury

4* Le Hameau du Kashmir is ideally located at the entrance of Val Thorens, just metres from the mid station ski lifts, offering you ski-in/ski-out possibilities (snow and level depending) onto the Plein Sud ski slope. The resort centre, shops and sports centre are only 5 minutes walk or a short shuttle-bus ride away from Le Hameau du Kashmir ski apartments.

Directors' Choice | Luxury

Hotel Koh-I Nor

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 6 Luxury | New to programme

One of the best luxury hotels in the Alps, the 5* ski-in/ski-out Koh-I Nor is the last word in comfort, service and cuisine: the place to stay for your special holiday in Val Thorens. The views are breathtaking. The Koh-I Nor won the prestigious award for France’s best ski hotel in 2015 and 2016.

Luxury | New to programme

Residence Koh-i Nor

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 8 Luxury

Koh-i Nor in Val Thorens is an impressive modern 5* luxury ski residence, located on the Plein Sud ski slope offers door-step skiing (snow and level depending) however please be aware that it is a blue slope out and back, so not ideal for beginners. Koh-i Nor won France's best ski hotel at the World Snow Awards in 2016.



Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 8 Luxury

4* L’Oxalys is located at the entrance of Val Thorens in a quiet and sunny area with gorgeous panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, right beside the ski slopes offering you ski-in/ski-out possibilities (snow and level depending).


Chalets Cocoon

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 14 Luxury | New to programme

Opening Christmas 2018, the Chalets Cocoon is a small, exclusive residence of just 10 self-catering apartments. Ideally situated in the Balcons area of Val Thorens, the Chalets Cocoon offer superb views over the resort and surrounding mountains, as well as great ski-in/out convenience, whilst being just 300m from the centre of the resort.

Luxury | New to programme

Les Chalets de Rosael

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 14

Les Chalets de Rosaël in Val Thorens is located in the newly developed area ‘Les Balcons’, at the foot of the ski slopes, offering direct access to the slopes from the residence. The resort centre is a short walk away (500m).

Les Balcons de Val Thorens

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 16

3* Les Balcons de Val Thorens in Val Thorens, located in the higher part of the resort, in a tranquil setting. The residence is south facing and is located directly on the slopes (snow and level depending) and is 500m from the resort centre.

Les Balcons Platinium

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 14 Luxury

The recently built Les Balcons de Val Thorens Platinium in Val Thorens is located in the higher part of the resort, in a tranquil and sunny setting. This prestigious residence is south facing and located directly on the slopes offering ski-in/ski-out opportunities (snow and level depending) and is 500m from the Val Thorens resort centre.


Plein Sud

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 14

4* Chalet des Neiges Plein Sud in Val Thorens is ideally positioned to offer ski-in/ski-out possibilities (snow and level depending).


Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 12

4* Chalet des Neiges Hermine in Val Thorens is located only 200m from the slopes, offering doorstep skiing and the possibility to ski back to within 100m of the main entrance of the residence via the Retour/Plein Sud slope.

Village Montana

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 8 Superior

3* Superior Village Montana is located in the quiet and sunny lower part of Val Thorens (Soleil Area), directly on the ski slopes (snow and level depending). The residence is adjacent to the Ecole de Ski Francais (ESF) ski school and the children's snow garden and just 200m from the resort centre.


Village Montana Plein Sud

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 8 Luxury

The recently built Village Montana Plein Sud residence in Val Thorens is built in a 4* luxury chalet style and is located at the bottom of the ski slopes, offering doorstep skiing (snow and level depending). This south facing residence is situated in the quiet 'Soleil' area of Val Thorens, within 5 to 10 minutes walking to the Ecole de Ski Francais (ESF) ski school, shops and restaurants on Rue du Soleil.


Chalet Altitude

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 14 Luxury

4* Chalet Altitude in Val Thorens is in the quiet district of Les Balcons in the lively ski resort of Val Thorens, Chalet Altitude is just 150m from the ski slopes but it is also possible to ski back to the residence, however please be aware that you would need to be of an intermediate standard (snow depending also).


Chalet Val 2400

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 14

Located in the quiet Les Balcons area of the lively ski resort of Val Thorens, Chalet Val 2400 is just 150m from the ski slopes but it is also possible to ski back to the residence (*), however, please aware that you would need to be of an intermediate standard.

Les Neiges Eternelles

Self Catered Apartments Sleeps 1 - 8 Luxury

Les Neiges Eternelles in Val Thorens is a unique and luxurious 4* ski chalet perfectly located, with direct access onto the ski slopes from the chalet (snow and level depending). It is located opposite the Funitel de Péclet gondola, close to the shops and restaurants of the Soleil area of Val Thorens.


Hotel Le Fitz Roy

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 3 Luxury | New to programme

The 5* Hotel Le Fitz Roy enjoys possibly the best ski-in/ski-out location in Val Thorens, right on the slopes (and an easy ski down to the lifts and ski school meeting point), whilst also being right in the centre, on the Place de l’Eglise, with all the bars, restaurants and shops on the doorstep. This exclusive hotel was the first luxury hotel built in the resort some 20 years ago and was completely renovated in 2013.

Luxury | New to programme

Hotel Le Val Thorens

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 4 New to programme

One of the resort’s very first hotels to be built, in 1983, the outstanding 4* Le Val Thorens is an iconic hotel which continues to maintain its pioneering spirit in terms of levels of service, facilities and cuisine. Le Val Thorens enjoys the most central location in the resort, on the Place de l’Eglise, whilst also offering excellent ski-in/ski-out convenience, being right on the slopes and an easy ski (or 5-minute walk) to the lifts, ski school and nursery slopes.

New to programme

Hotel Les 3 Vallees

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 3 Superior

4* Hotel Les 3 Vallées in Val Thorens is ideally located at the heart of the resort in the Péclet area (Grande Rue), close to all the shops and just 50m from the ski slopes (100m to return).


Hotel Fahrenheit 7

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 5

Completely renovated for the 2016-17 ski season, the 4* hotel Fahrenheit Seven Val Thorens, it enjoys an ideal ski-in/ski-out location (snow and level depending) in a quiet part of Val Thorens, just 150m from the centre of the resort and 100m from the nearest lift and ski school meeting point.

Hotel Pashmina le Refuge

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 8 Luxury

Built for the 2015-16 season, the Hotel Pashmina le Refuge is the latest of the resort’s 5* luxury hotels. Located towards the top of the resort in a quiet location, yet just 150m from the resort centre (free shuttle bus service until 9 p.m.), and right on the pistes, offering great ski-in/ski-out convenience (via a red run, so unsuitable for complete beginners and snow depending).


Hotel Le Sherpa

Hotel Sleeps 1 - 2 Superior

The highly popular 3* Hotel le Sherpa enjoys a wonderful position in the quiet Plein Sud area at the top of Val Thorens (on Rue de Gebroulaz) with spectacular views over the resort and its peaks. Ski convenience is excellent: you put your skis on just 30m from the front door and ski through the resort for about a minute to get to the ski school meeting point (snow and level depending).

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