Europe’s highest ski resort located at 2300m is just part of the appeal to booking a skiing holiday to Val Thorens, being part of the Three Valleys ski area with 600km of piste and 180 different ski lifts is the other. From Val Thorens it’s a good days skiing to get to Courchevel at the other end of the ski area and back. Most skiers head that way, if you are in the know, the skiing below Val Thorens down to St Martin de Belleville offers great slopes with fewer people.
We offer a wide choice of ski holiday ideas in Val Thorens which includes catered ski chalet, hotels including the newly opened Club Med Sensations ski resort, which constantly gets rave reviews from our clients. There is also a good choice of self-catered apartments.
Many of the ski chalets are in apartment styled buildings so are not the traditional “chocolate box” ski chalets you might dream of booking, but the benefit is that most holiday accommodation in Val Thorens is ski in ski out or not far to walk.
Val Thorens has a good night life, which starts in the afternoon at the wonderful Follie Douce bar, where dancing on the table in ski boots is compulsory! Try also the Red Fox or the Frog and Roastbeef or later on Malaysia cellar bar stays open late.
Make Val Thorens one of the ski resorts on your wish list for your next skiing holiday.
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