About Le Val Thorens
Hotel Le Val Thorens offers ski storage and ski-to-door access in the heart of Les Trois Vallées ski region, conveniently close to both Bouquetin and Cairn gondolas.
Each room features a balcony boasting spectacular mountain views, and includes premium bedding, satellite TV, free Wi-Fi, in-suite safe, blackout drapes, and private bathroom with shower, hair dryer, and complimentary toiletries. In-suite childcare and adjoining rooms are available on request.
Hotel Le Val Thorens has an indoor pool, full service spa with treatment rooms, lobby with fireplace and complimentary newspapers, laundry, luggage storage, 24-hour front desk, ski shop and an elevator.
Breakfast is served daily. Guests have a choice of two restaurants serving local and international cuisine, and drinks are available at the bar and on the terrace.
The natural lakes, Lac d'Aiguebelette and Lac du Bourget, are nearby. Also accessible are the famous peaks, Mont Blanc Massif and Belledonne Massif.
Many guests love the toboggan run nearby, and appreciate the unique experience of skiing on the Péclet glacier, following a six-kilometre marked run in a natural valley that rises to 3,000 metres. Others add that the terrace offers a stunning natural setting, located right on the slopes, and mention that it is the ideal meeting place for skiers.
Excellent dining experience
Several guests appreciate the local specialities on the menu, such as raclette, fondue and tartiflette. Others add that the the mountain burger is quite filling, and appreciate that take-away service is available.
Many guests comment that the rooms are spacious, luminous, and cosy. Others add that the rooms are comfortable, and love the Scandinavian furniture, harmonious muted tones, and the interplay of natural materials, combined with a spectacular, and sun-filled, view of the slopes.
Limited access for the disabled
A handful of guests mention that the terrace and bar areas have limited access for disabled. Others add that the property is built for skiing enthusiasts, but appreciate that the management and staff go out of their way, and take special care to ensure access for disabled guests to all public areas.
Crowded during peak season
Some guests comment that the property is a popular hub of activity for skiing enthusiasts, and the lounge, bar and ski storage can get full. Others add that management is professional, and suggest intimating staff about prior reservation of space for dining and equipment storage.
Limited mobile phone service
A handful of guests note that mobile reception is patchy. Others add that Wi-Fi signals are strong throughout the property, and suggest using VoIP for communication.