• Val Thorens
  • Val Thorens
  • Val Thorens
  • Val Thorens
  • Val Thorens
  • Val Thorens

Val Thorens Luxury Chalets

Three Valleys, France

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Located in the heart of a large circle dominated by 6 glaciers, Val Thorens is, at an altitude of 2300m, the highest resort in Europe. The local Val Thorens runs are better suited to intermediates, but advanced skiers will relish the runs down but it’s the off piste that will appeal most.

The extent for intermediate skiing in the whole of the Three Valleys area is unbeatable. The local runs around Val Thorens offer the best slopes for the intermediate skier. Most of the runs are easy reds and challenging blues. It will take most intermediate skiers just 90 minutes to get across to Courchevel, which is at the far end of the ski area. Audacious intermediates should not miss the Combe de Caron runs, where the black is not the least bit intimidating, but instead is very wide and normally has good snow.

Val Thorens is the perfect resort for a luxury ski chalet holiday!
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Apres-Ski

Surprisingly lively at night there are over 100 bars and clubs to choose from including one of the legendary La Folie Douce establishments!

There are excellent restaurants to keep your palette excited throughout your stay. The restaurant Jean Sulpice, run by the celebrity chef and holder of 2 Michelin stars, is one of the finest restaurants in the resort. Yoann Conte, 2 starred chef in his restaurant in Annecy, has taken the reins of the Hotel Koh-I Nor***** restaurant and brasserie.
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Luxury Chalets in Val Thorens

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