Perfect for families, the Chamois d’Or Apartments offer a great base to eat and sleep in between tackling the slopes of Val Thorens and the Three Valleys.
In typical French ski resort fashion, the apartments are simply decorated, but they’ve got all the amenities you need for a week in the mountains – including a kitchenette with oven, hobs, fridge and dishwasher. Free WiFi is included too, so you can keep in touch with home.
Self-catering is easy thanks to the small supermarket downstairs – or you can skip cooking and try the onsite restaurant, which has a south-facing terrace with excellent views. There’s also a lounge and play area, a sports shop and a laundry room, plus a lively pub just around the corner.
And the best part? You’ve got direct access to the slopes from the onsite boot room. Just step out the door and ski straight down to the drag lift or nearby Peclet cable car. The apartments are right in the centre of Val Thorens, so you can go for a wander after the lifts close to scope out the bars, restaurants and shops in resort.
- Traditional apartments that are spot on for trips with the kids.
- Ski-in, ski-out spot on a blue run, 2 minutes’ walk from the ski school.
- Take night off from cooking and visit the à la carte pizzeria.
- Ski-in, ski-out
- Self-catering apartment with kitchenette facilities
- Optional upgrade to half board includes
- Buffet breakfast and 3-course set menu evenings meal including Savoyard evening (drinks not included)
- Optional upgrade to dinner only
Please note: All meals are taken in the onsite pizzeria.
Good to know
- The maximum size for a group booking at this accommodation is 10 people.
- Safety standards for balconies and public walkways are different in France – the railings may be lower and they could have ornamental features you wouldn’t see in the UK or Ireland. Please take extra care on or around them, and make sure children aged under 12 years are always supervised.
- Ski-in, ski-out
- 2 minutes' walk to the resort centre
2 minutes' walk to the ski school meeting point
When you arrive, you’ll need to pay a deposit of approx. €400-€600 depending on your apartment type, by credit or debit card for each apartment on your booking.
- Studio (approx. 24m²) - sleeps 1-4: living area with double sofa bed or pull-out twin beds and entrance hall with bunk beds.
- 1 bedroom apartment (approx. 30m²) - sleeps 1-6: double bedroom, living area with double sofa bed and entrance hall with bunk beds.
All apartments have a kitchenette with oven, hob, dishwasher, fridge, coffee maker and kettle; bathroom, separate WC, flatscreen TV and WiFi. Local taxes and towels are included.
Please note: You’re responsible for leaving the apartment clean and tidy, and a cleaning kit is provided so you won’t need to buy anything extra. End-of-stay cleaning is also available and is paid for locally at a supplement, which varies depending on the size of the apartment.
Linen is included, but you'll need to make and strip the beds yourself.
- Onsite supermarket, pizzeria, and ski shop
- Free WiFi in apartments
- 177 studios/apartments
The advantage of booking a self-catered skiing holiday is often the price. The disadvantages mean either eating out, which in a ski resort is often expensive, or it means having to cook your own meals, which probably means less time skiing, and who really wants to shop and then cook an evening meal after a full days skiing?
Huski, the Alps-based catering business offers a great solution, that means you can still enjoy the great value of a ski apartment or self-catered chalet and eat well without the fuss of having to cook your own food.
Huski delivers a week’s worth of dishes, freshly frozen and ready for you to just heat and serve.
Huski catering is only available to properties in French ski resorts.
Prices & Availability
PP - Price per person based on full occupancy