Luxury Ski Chalets Val Thorens

Enjoy a luxury ski holiday in Val Thorens with our exclusive collection of luxury chalets.

Luxury Ski Holidays in Val Thorens

Situated on a sunny, west-facing slope, Val Thorens is a resort of superlatives: it is the highest altitude resort in Europe, the highest point in Les 3 Vallées ski area and home to France’s fastest lift system. With large quantities of snow throughout the season, skiing holidays in Val Thorens give skiers ample slopes to explore thanks to its link to the resorts of Courchevel, Méribel and Les Menuires providing a total of 600 km pistes to explore.

A compact village with skiing right on your doorstep, many luxury ski chalets in Val Thorens allow you to ski straight out and onto the slopes. Renowned for its snow quality, the resort welcomes everyone to its snowy slopes; carving, ski touring and télémark skiing - the possibilities are endless.

Thrill-seekers can enjoy a range of alternative activities during their holiday, from snowmobiling and mountain biking on snow to paragliding and ice diving. There are also many picturesque walks and snowshoeing trails for nature lovers, while children can enjoy tobogganing or trampolining at the Fun Park.

During the year, this resort plays host to a number of events. In December, the town welcomes France’s most prestigious ice-racing series, the Andros Trophy which attracts some of the best drivers, car manufacturers and petrol heads from around the world. Lovers of skiing will also enjoy the Audi FIS Ski Cross World Cup which sees the best ski cross competitors in the world descend.

Towards the end of the season in April, the Jazz Festival provides a delightful music programme inspired by blues, hip-hop and funk. This event sees 17 concerts taking place across the resort over three days.

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Chalet La Datcha

Val Thorens, France

Capacity: 10 + 5 guests, bedrooms: 8
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Weekly Guide Prices
Fully Servicedfrom EUR 59,000 to EUR 129,000

Facilities

Swimming Pool
Sauna
Hot tub
Steam Room
Cinema/TV Room
Fireplace(s)
Terrace/Balcony(ies)
Games Room
Gym/Fitness

What the Press are Saying

"The 1200 meter square chalet is just 10 meters from the slopes and offers five suites of two or three rooms, each with a private south-facing balcony. Off-slope entertainment includes an amusement arcade with "foosball" and racing simulators, and a virtual golf driving range fitted with the latest Trackman 4 simulator and top-of-the-range clubs."

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Chalet Orlov

Val Thorens, France

Capacity: 10 guests, bedrooms: 5
320 m2 / 3444.48 ft2
Weekly Guide Prices
Daily Cleaningfrom EUR 11,025 to EUR 29,400

Facilities

Sauna
Steam Room
Cinema/TV Room
Elevator
Fireplace(s)
Gym/Fitness
Sat/Cable TV
Ski Room
Terrace/Balcony(ies)

Leo Trippi's Highlight

Set over four floors, Orlov has a bright and airy living area opening onto a balcony with views of the resort. Come sundown, ease your weary muscles in the private spa or enjoy a movie in the cosy cinema room.

Chalet Cullinan

Val Thorens, France

Capacity: 12 guests, bedrooms: 6
340 m2 / 3659.76 ft2
Weekly Guide Prices
Daily Cleaningfrom EUR 18,900 to EUR 32,550

Facilities

Sauna
Hot tub
Cinema/TV Room
Elevator
Garage
Fireplace(s)
Sat/Cable TV
Ski Room
Sound System

Leo Trippi's Highlight

Expect excellent views from Cullinan, positioned high above the centre of Val Thorens. There's plenty to keep you entertained during your stay from the private spa with Jacuzzi and sauna to the cinema room and games area.

Chalet Golden Jubilee

Val Thorens, France

Capacity: 12 guests, bedrooms: 6
340 m2 / 3659.76 ft2
Weekly Guide Prices
Daily Cleaningfrom EUR 21,000 to EUR 36,750

Facilities

Swimming Pool
Sauna
Hot tub
Steam Room
Elevator
Fireplace(s)
Terrace/Balcony(ies)
Wi-Fi

Leo Trippi's Highlight

High above Val Thorens, Golden Jubilee offers fantastic views, a spacious open-plan living and dining area and an impressive spa area with private indoor pool.

Luxury Chalets & Apartments in Val Thorens

Leo Trippi has handpicked a selection of luxurious chalet and apartment rentals in Val Thorens. When booking luxury chalets in Val Thorens, it is important to take location into account. At the heart of the village is the snowy Place de Caron which is home to many of the shops and restaurants, along with some nice hotels.

The upper half of the village is centred on the Place de Peclet, home to one of two shopping malls. From here, a road runs across the hillside to the chalet-style Plein Sud where you will find many luxury self-catered and catered chalets in Val Thorens, as well as several ski-in/ski-out chalets.

Val Thorens catered chalets have something for every member of the family, from private spas with saunas and hammams to cinema rooms and racing simulators for entertainment.

Val Thorens Resort Information

  • Resort Altitude: 2,300m
  • Slopes Altitude: 2350m-3230m
  • Pistes ( Including the Three Vallées): 600km
  • Lifts: 158
  • Nearest Airport: Chambéry (122km),Geneva (202km)
  • Blue Slopes: 52%
  • Red Slopes: 36%
  • Black Slopes: 12%


Skiing in Val Thorens


With an altitude of 3,230m this luxury French ski resort is extremely popular with skiers around the world. Providing something for every level of skier, beginner skiers have four carpet lifts to use with numerous blue runs to progress to such as the gentle Corniche run which leads to the bottom of the Péclat sector.

Intermediates will have a selection of local slopes to choose from including several exhilarating red runs with more challenging sections on Mauriennaise, whilst advanced skiers can take on the steep descents on the Aiguille de Péclet and enjoy the backcountry skiing before heading back to their Val Thorens luxury apartment or chalet.

Built on mountain slopes, chalets here have ideal locations for those looking to be close to the slopes with several Val Thorens ski in ski out chalets giving guests as much time as possible on the slopes during their ski holiday.

The Best Bars & Restaurants in Val Thorens

Aside from the skiing, this resort is also popular for its great range of dining establishments and lively apres-ski, with over 40 bars and 60 restaurants to choose from. For exceptional food, as well as stunning views, Chez Pépé Nicolas provides homemade dishes on the Savoie menu with a modern twist. All of the dishes at Chez Pépé Nicolas are prepared with locally sourced produce.

For a Michelin starred experience, hotel Pashmina’s Les Explorateurs provides an intimate atmosphere with outstanding food prepared by chef Josselin Jean Blanc. This popular restaurant also has beautiful decor inspired by great mountaineering expeditions.

For a lively atmosphere, Steakhouse Club 72 can be found in the centre and is a popular spot for a bite to eat with live music and cocktails.

Should you not wish to explore the restaurants as much during your luxury ski trip, there are also several Val Thorens catered ski chalets that will allow you to sit back and relax whilst your private chef cooks up a delicious meal for the whole family.

Family Holidays in Val Thorens



Val Thorens family ski holidays are particularly popular for Easter breaks due to the high altitude of the resort and its neighbouring stations. Providing an abundance of activities for children of all ages, there’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained on a ski holiday in Val Thorens.

For the youngest children of the group, the cable car playground on the Place Caron in the heart of the resort is the perfect place for little ones to discover the excitement of snow sports. Free of charge, the playground has two slides to enjoy and is located close to the toboggan run for the older children of the group too. Available from three months old, the day nursery is ideal for parents wanting to explore the slopes with the Proneige Ski School and Ecole du Ski Français on hand to help older children of the group improve their winter sport skills too. Parents can choose from half day or full day lessons, with children making friends along the way.

Discover the numerous alternative winter family activities on offer too. Located at the Place Péclet at the top of the resort, enjoy the lights and music on the 400m2 ice rink made from completely natural ice or, challenge each other to snowtubing. For the dog lovers of the group, dog sledding is available from the age of two as long as their is an accompanying parent.

Val Thorens catered chalet holidays are ideal for families looking to enjoy a stress free holiday in the Alps. With a private chef and daily cleaning, sit back and relax whilst someone else takes care of your meals, meaning you can spend more time together as a family on the slopes.

A Perfect Day in Val Thorens

  1. Wake up in one of Val Thoren’s private chalets and enjoy a hot cup of tea on your balcony to spectacular mountain views.
  2. After spending a relaxing morning in your ski chalet, skiers of the group can collect their skis from the ski room before enjoying the slopes of the Three Vallées.

    3. For the non-skiers of the group there is plenty to keep you entertained, including snow mountain biking and tobogganing, as well as ice climbing for the adrenaline seekers of the group.

    4. Come together after a fun-filled day in the mountains and enjoy a drink or two at one of the popular apres spots, soaking up the sun on the terrace with a cocktail in hand.

    5. As the sun sets, head back to your chalet for a welcome rest before enjoying a delicious meal prepared by your chef or head back out to one of the resort’s restaurants.

Location & Map

Located just 200 km from Geneva international airport, the transfer time to get to Val Thorens is around 2 hours and 30 minutes. Val Thorens also has a heliport at the foot of the slopes and Moutiers SNCF train station is just 37 km from the resort.

Frequently asked questions

Where is Val Thorens?

Located high up, this resort is part of the largest ski area in the world, the Three Vallées. Found in the Vallée des Bellevilles in the Savoy region of the French Alps, the closest international airport to the luxury ski resort of Val Thorens is Geneva Airport.

How to get to Val Thorens?

The fastest way to get to the resort is to fly to Geneva Airport before taking a transfer to the resort. Those wishing to reach the resort by train can also travel to Moutiers station before a transfer of around 45 minutes by car to the resort.

How high is Val Thorens?

This ski town is the highest ski resort in Europe with an altitude of 2,300m.

Where to eat in Val Thorens?

This ski resort has a wide choice of restaurants from family-friendly steak houses to traditional restaurants serving Savoyarde specialities including fondue, raclette and pierrade.

What to do in Val Thorens?

Providing a vast array of activities both on and off the slopes, skiers will have more than enough terrain to explore with 600 km, whilst those looking to enjoy winter activities off the slopes can partake in snow mountain biking, tobogganing and ice driving.

Where to stay in Val Thorens?

Built on mountain slopes, chalets in Val Thorens provide guests with outstanding valley views. From the exceptional Chalet La Datcha to Chalet Golden Jubilee, our luxurious chalets in Val Thorens give the perfect base to explore the Three Vallées.

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