Some of the highest, newest and most convenient chalets in the Alps can be found in Val Thorens, giving you cosy lodging and traditional chalet catering, right at the top of Les Trois Vallées.
Most chalets here are apartment-style properties belonging to a 6-8 storey complex, though there are some standalone properties more akin to the original alpine chalets.
Our chalets in VT are catered, which means you can really relax while the meals are expertly prepared for you. Most chalets serve breakfast, afternoon tea and supper with wine included, on 5/6 days of the week. The other day/s are the hosts day off, where you can try out a local restaurant come dinnertime – there are oodles to choose between, from the Michelin-starred Les Explorateurs to Savoyard favourite Au Mazot and La Face Ouest with its awesome pizzas.
If you’re travelling as a family or small group, book one of our smaller chalets like Chalet Eliane (sleeping 6-7) with sole occupancy and enjoy having the place to yourselves. While Val Thorens is a purpose-built resort, chalets like Chalet Noella (which sleeps 8) are built in traditional wood and stone style with cosy interiors, offering a charming alpine setting.
If you can’t see any chalet hotels on this page, our biggest chalets are more like hotels in size and have a really sociable feel where you can meet new people and make friends – sleeping 24-28, Chalet Le Sommet is a large detached building, known for offering amazing panoramas, while 24-sleeper Chalet Phoenix is only 200m from the nearest piste.
With some of France’s best après ski, Val Tho is super for groups. For the ultimate experience of the highest resort in the Alps, stay in Chalet Caron - one of the highest chalets in Europe. Groups of 10 won’t have to pay for underoccupancy, and can enjoy having the whole place to themselves.
A lot of our chalets in Val Thorens are family friendly, and many come with facilities like swimming pools for a post-ski splash about with the kids, spa facilities for parents and all-important Wi-Fi for instagramming teens.
Most of the accommodation in Val Thorens is located on or near the slopes and this includes our chalets – look out for chalets with specified ‘ski in ski out’ locations or ‘doorstep skiing’. You can ski from the door of Chalet Catherineand Chalet Olivier, which means no carrying skis or galumphing in ski boots – yippee!
For a luxury stay, book one of our superior chalets which offer 5-star facilities like hot tubs, saunas, swimming pools and gyms. We have some lovely spacious rooms, nearly all en-suite, where you can wake up to the best views around.
Book your VT chalet with flights and airport transfers for the easiest journey to the airport – you’ll usually be able to choose between a number of UK departure airports.
Alternatively, opt for a holiday including channel crossings if you’re driving to the resort. We also have deals for just the chalet if you’re planning your own travel – look out for our accommodation only options.
Chalets in the Balcons area
This newer area sits on the edge of resort and is served by the blue Plein Sud run and the Balcons lift, which provides access up to the Folie Douce and wider 3 Valleys ski area.
Chalets in the Caron area
Place de Caron marks VT’s centre, home to the tourist office, post office and ski shops. You can ski down to the lift hub - Rond-point des pistes - on a blue or green run and get back up via the Tapis Castor et Pollux travellator lift.
Chalets on the Rue de Soleil
This road leads along the front then through the centre of the resort, lined with bars, restaurants, ski schools and residences. A lot of the chalets here are facing the pistes, and there are some super views of the Cime de Caron. The nursery slopes run alongside, making this a good place to stay for families and beginners.
If you want a chalet with quick access to high altitude slopes in a huge ski area, Val Thorens is spot on. To widen your search to include chalets in other French resorts click here, or see everything available worldwide here.
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