With a stylishly quirky design and ideal location pinpointed just opposite the slopes, Le Val Thorens offers an inviting mix of a traditional family chalet and contemporarily designed hotel. In keeping with its artistic spirit, a unique sense of character is expressed in the number art forms gracing the walls throughout the building, with works from renowned artists sat side-by-side with pieces by local talent, bringing indoors inspiring visions of the mountainous landscape.
As one of the first hotels to be built in the Savioe region, and following a recent full-renovation of its interiors, it’s no surprise that this is one of the more legendary ski resorts of the area, making full use of the much sought after slopes of Val Thorens on its doorstep. Offering a wide range of services tailored to all levels and abilities of skiers and snow sport enthusiasts, guests can hire or purchase professional equipment from the resort’s ski shop, with the assistance of a full team of helpful experts. When fully suited and booted, there is an ever-increasing choice of activities to get involved in, whether out skiing in the day-long bright sunshine, or trying your hand at tobogganing, snowshoe hiking or snowboarding, with many facilities nearby.
The après-ski offering is at the top of its game, here. Retiring to your room, you will find your own haven of tranquillity, with cosy guestrooms decorated in light wood, Scandinavian-style furniture and muted tones, with all windows boasting beautiful views of the slopes or the resort surroundings. For soothing frosty skin, the spa is magnificent, featuring a sauna, swimming pool and decadent Hammam, while treatments enhanced with Thémaé skincare products allow your body to recharge in all-enveloping indulgence. As for cuisine, Le Val Thorens offers two outstanding restaurants, Restaurant Le Val Thorens and Restaurant La Fondue, serving haute cuisine and local specialities with friendly ambience. For après-ski drinks, the Val Thorens bar is the place to go – a contemporary social hub, with plush armchairs, a glowing fireplace and bookshelves filled with books by mountain specialist, Guérin – while out on the terrace, you can bask in the ambience of the stunning natural setting right on the slopes, with breathtaking views.