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Val Thorens Chalets

5 star Val Thorens chalets

Chalet Cullinan

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 12)
12/04/25 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Self Catering
Sauna/Steam/TurkishHot tub/Jacuzzi/WhirlpoolBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveSki in/out or NearbyCinema/TheatreWifi/internetPoolGym/FitnessSpa/Wellness
£1010pp
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Chalet Orlov

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 10)
12/04/25 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Self Catering
Sauna/Steam/TurkishHot tub/Jacuzzi/WhirlpoolBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveSki in/out or NearbyCinema/TheatreWifi/internetPoolGym/FitnessSpa/Wellness
£1100pp
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Chalet Golden Jubilee

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 12)
12/04/25 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Self Catering
Sauna/Steam/TurkishHot tub/Jacuzzi/WhirlpoolBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveSki in/out or NearbyWifi/internetPoolSpa/Wellness
£1101pp
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4 star Val Thorens chalets

Chalet Mathilde

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 8)
12/04/25 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Sauna/Steam/TurkishBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveSki in/out or NearbyWifi/internetSpa/Wellness
£1144pp
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£100pp off ski extras.

Chalet Chloe

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 8-10)
12/04/25 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Sauna/Steam/TurkishBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveSki in/out or NearbyWifi/internetSpa/Wellness
£1144pp
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£100pp off ski extras.

Chalet Noella

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 8)
14/12/24 Sat • Dover Ferry • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Sauna/Steam/TurkishBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveSki in/out or NearbyWifi/internetSpa/Wellness
was £1419
£1319pp
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£100pp off ski extras.

Chalet Pégase

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 12)
14/12/24 Sat • Heathrow • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Sauna/Steam/TurkishBalcony/Terrace/VerandaSki in/out or Nearby
£1339pp
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Chalet Véga

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 12)
14/12/24 Sat • Heathrow • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Sauna/Steam/TurkishBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveSki in/out or Nearby
£1359pp
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Chalet Orion

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 6)
04/01/25 Sat • Heathrow • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Sauna/Steam/TurkishSki in/out or Nearby
£1449pp
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3 star Val Thorens chalets

Chalet Olivier

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 10)
07/12/24 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Sauna/Steam/TurkishBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveSki in/out or NearbyWifi/internet
was £913
£813pp
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Chalet Jakub

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 10)
07/12/24 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Sauna/Steam/TurkishBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveSki in/out or NearbyWifi/internet
was £913
£813pp
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Chalet Sagittaire

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 8)
14/12/24 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Sauna/Steam/TurkishBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveWifi/internet
was £953
£853pp
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Chalet Libra

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 6)
12/04/25 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Sauna/Steam/TurkishBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveWifi/internet
£1108pp
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Chalet Verseau

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 6)
12/04/25 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Wifi/internetSki in/out or NearbySauna/Steam/TurkishFireplace/Hearth/StoveBalcony/Terrace/Veranda
£1108pp
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Chalet Capricorne

in Val Thorens, France (sleeps 9)
11/01/25 Sat • Folkestone Eurotunnel • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Wifi/internetSauna/Steam/TurkishFireplace/Hearth/StoveBalcony/Terrace/Veranda
£1188pp
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2 star Val Thorens chalets

There are no options with this star rating in Val Thorens, but you can browse nearby chalets in Brides les Bains, Courchevel, La Tania, Les Menuires and Meribel

Which are the best ski chalet holidays in Val Thorens?

Chalet Prices Sleeps Features
Chalet Cullinan £1010 to £4604 sleeps 12 Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Hot tub/Jacuzzi/Whirlpool, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Ski in/out or Nearby, Cinema/Theatre, Wifi/internet, Pool, Gym/Fitness, Spa/Wellness
Chalet Orlov £1100 to £4848 sleeps 10 Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Hot tub/Jacuzzi/Whirlpool, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Ski in/out or Nearby, Cinema/Theatre, Wifi/internet, Pool, Gym/Fitness, Spa/Wellness
Chalet Golden Jubilee £1101 to £4928 sleeps 12 Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Hot tub/Jacuzzi/Whirlpool, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Ski in/out or Nearby, Wifi/internet, Pool, Spa/Wellness
Chalet Mathilde £1144 to £4140 sleeps 8 Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Ski in/out or Nearby, Wifi/internet, Spa/Wellness
Chalet Chloe £1144 to £2578 sleeps 8-10 Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Ski in/out or Nearby, Wifi/internet, Spa/Wellness
Chalet Noella £1319 to £2674 sleeps 8 Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Ski in/out or Nearby, Wifi/internet, Spa/Wellness
Chalet Pégase £1339 to £1799 sleeps 12 Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Ski in/out or Nearby
Chalet Véga £1359 to £2399 sleeps 12 Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Ski in/out or Nearby
Chalet Orion £1449 to £2379 sleeps 6 Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Ski in/out or Nearby
Chalet Olivier £813 to £4303 sleeps 10 Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Ski in/out or Nearby, Wifi/internet

Val Thorens ski chalet holidays

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.

Val Thorens Chalet Catering

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.

Small Chalets in Val Thorens

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.

Val Thorens Chalet Hotels

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.

Group Chalets in Val Thorens

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.

Family Chalets in Val Thorens

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.

Ski-in/ski-out Chalets in Val Thorens

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!

Luxury Chalets in Val Thorens

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.

Val Thorens Chalets with Flights

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.

Chalet areas in Val Thorens

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.

Chalet Phoenix

Chalet Chloe

Chalet Libra

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.

Chalet Coucher du Soleil

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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Frequently Asked Questions about Chalets in Val Thorens

Chalet Cullinan is a popular choice among Val Thorens skiers, whereas Chalet Orlov is often booked by snowboarders, and Chalet Golden Jubilee is a SNO favourite.

Lots of couples on holiday in Val Thorens have enjoyed staying in Chalet Cullinan, Chalet Orlov and Chalet Golden Jubilee. Snow lovers adore romantic Val Thorens accommodation.

Chalet Golden Jubilee and Chalet Orlov are among the highest rated Val Thorens chalets, and check out Chalet Cullinan too.

Guests have recommended Chalet Golden Jubilee, Chalet Cullinan and Chalet Orlov for easy access to the skiing, although labels like ‘slopeside chalets’ or ‘near the Val Thorens ski lifts’ is quite subjective.

Although facilities may have changed, Chalet Golden Jubilee, Chalet Cullinan and Chalet Orlov visitors said they enjoyed the pool.

Chalet Golden Jubilee guests have raved about the wellness facilities, as have those staying in Chalet Cullinan and Chalet Orlov.

Skiers staying in Chalet Golden Jubilee have soothed their tired legs and so have snowboarders staying in Chalet Cullinan and Chalet Orlov.

We’ve heard good things about the fitness gear in Chalet Cullinan and Chalet Orlov.

Hotels recently listing Steam and Sauna in their facilities include Chalet Golden Jubilee, Chalet Cullinan and Chalet Orlov but call us to check before booking.

Chalet Golden Jubilee, Chalet Cullinan and 10 others including Chalet Orlov have WiFi – tick Wifi in the filters to see them all.

Chalet Cullinan, Chalet Orlov and Chalet Golden Jubilee are 142km or about 2 hours drive from Grenoble airport (GNB), as is most central Val Thorens accommodation.

Chalet Cullinan, Chalet Orlov and Chalet Golden Jubilee are 170km or about 2 hours and 30 minutes drive from Geneva airport (GVA), as is most central Val Thorens accommodation.

Chalet Cullinan, Chalet Orlov and Chalet Golden Jubilee are 125km or about 2 hours and 30 minutes drive from Chambery airport (CHF), as is most central Val Thorens accommodation.

Call us to investigate taking your dog or pet to Val Thorens.

What our Val Thorens guest have said in their chalet reviews

Val Thorens chalet Ratings & Customer Feedback
Superb
19
Good
38
Okay
8
Poor
1
Awful
4
Average Rating 4.4 out of 5
It was good, it all went very smoothly. Sauna was great. Everyone enjoyed the food. Yeah, the ski access ways fantastic, ski out. + more
Anonymous,
3 out of 5
Chalet was not the issue. BA lost my partner’s bag. False information was given to us from BA and the bag did not arrive until we got back home. Nick, the chalet manager was very good. Food was alright, nothing sp... + more
Julie,
2 out of 5
All was fine, overall a good trip. The rooms were a bit small, as expected, there wasn’t enough wardrobe space, but I’ve had that before. Overall it was positive. The staff were all fine, they all... + more
Lincoln,
4 out of 5
Accommodation was lovely and I don't think the pictures do it justice. The views from the living area were great and meant we could see if people were on the slopes (especially good when the conditions were dodgey!). ... + more
Georgie,
4 out of 5
We absolutely loved it! It was probably one of our best ski holidays and we go every year…it was really good, we were really impressed! We had Izzy who was our chalet host, she was absolutely amazing, she was so go... + more
Becky,
5 out of 5
The ghetto of chalets. There is no door on the twin bathroom, so I hope you don't mind watching people shower. Concusion every time you get out of bed, broken shower door, tiny rooms, no hot water and every looks l... + more
Cualann,
1 out of 5
The chalet is a great base of operations for a week in Val Thorens! The rooms are comfortably sized -not huge but certainly larger than some I've had and all have balconies overlooking the resort which is a nice touch... + more
Alex, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
The Capricorne was very good and we were very pleased with it! The combination of the general atmosphere, the host and the people we had staying with us was great. We were just a couple and it’s always quite random w... + more
Martin,
4 out of 5
We had an awesome week here. The chalet was really good and the general standard of cleanliness was quite high. The amount of people in the chalet was just about right, not too many and not too little. Access wasn’t ... + more
Hani Shobaki,
5 out of 5
We were lucky that Val Thorens had had loads of snow the week before, which meant we had some of the best conditions I’ve skied in. We managed to ski the lot, it’s a big area and we explored all of it. There isn’t ... + more
Dan, Bath
5 out of 5
Chalet Caron was brilliant. I was recommended it by a friend who had stayed there the year before, and it was perfect for what we wanted. It was nice to have food all ready when we got in, and the cooking was all good... + more
Dan, Bath
5 out of 5
An excellent week; the chalet was well equipped and in a pleasant location – you could be on the snow within 100 yards (probably less if there had been more snow, but it was a bit late in the season). The food served... + more
Anon.,
5 out of 5
Overall we had a good week – we were happy with the location, happy with the staff, happy with the food and happy with the whole experience! + more
N. N., UK
4 out of 5
The Caron was the perfect size for all of us, we were 3 families in 5 bedrooms and it worked really well. The bedrooms were just big enough, you wouldn’t have wanted them to be any smaller but they were fine. The soc... + more
Tim, London
4 out of 5
Brilliant week in all, the chalet was fine. It’s on the piste and in the middle of all the night life, within five minutes of whatever you wanted in resort. Maybe a couple of the rooms were a little on the small side... + more
Joe, Derby
4 out of 5
The Chalet Michelle was fine and we had a good time. The food was lovely and the hosts were amazing! It’s located slightly higher up, so you had a bit of a hike up the hill after a day on the slopes, which was a bi... + more
Gary H., Isle of Wight
5 out of 5
Great week at the Carambole, our chalet maid Nonnie was awesome and she made the most amazing cakes! The lift was a bit slow, but that’s the only thing I can think of that could be better. Overall I would recommend s... + more
Sam, Essex
4 out of 5
Actual chalet was alright – OK food, liked the swimming pool etc. and found nothing big to moan about! Getting to it was a killer though as you have to go up quite a few steps to reach it. You have to walk up a hill ... + more
A.C., Isle Of Wight
3 out of 5
The Abricot was very disappointing to be honest. The staff were great, but we’d paid a phenomenal amount for the week. Obviously it was half term and the flights would have been a part of that, but for the amount of ... + more
Caroline, Hampshire
1 out of 5
We had a fantastic holiday, only complaints are the baggage collection at Geneva and the transfer. Baggage collection took over an hour and 30 minutes for the bags to even arrive on the belt and the transfer took near... + more
Chris Parr,
5 out of 5
The chalet felt a bit too personal for us. Unfortunately our chalet host was ill for the week we were there, but he did ok. The food was average, but as I say, our chalet host was ill that week, so I think it would ha... + more
ANON,
3 out of 5
Our holiday was generally very good but the chalet was quite dilapidated and not quite what I expected from 4 star accommodation. Inside it was very tired looking and basic and in the room we had, the heating didn’... + more
Mr Gunby,
3 out of 5
Had a good holiday here, it’s a big flat with about 5/6 different groups staying here but it’s all quite well spread out across 2 or 3 levels. The chalet is pretty well located with an easy walk to the ski slopes (t... + more
Gary,
4 out of 5
The chalet lay out is ok although it took ages to walk up to – it’s right at the top so you had to go through a hotel and ski hire then climb 3 flights of stairs to reach it. The guys looking after us were very atte... + more
Anon., Cardiff
3 out of 5
We had a lovely holiday, the only issue was that it seemed to be the highest chalet in the resort – the day we arrived it was snowing so much that we had to haul our luggage up, then get a lift which took you so far,... + more
K. Hilton,
4 out of 5
I was very impressed with the chalet, the host was really good and went out of her way to give us all the information we needed. The food was superb. The chalet is a small one, sleeping 6 which worked out really well ... + more
Iain L., Sussex
5 out of 5
Absolutely great week! The food was good, the staff were very friendly and the people there were nice. As a single traveller I was made to feel really welcome. My room was nice and clean, not massive but what more do ... + more
Kerry, Essex
5 out of 5
The cooking was absolutely brilliant and we had perfectly good food. The chalet girl who was cooking (whose name I can’t remember) was fantastic, but she was pretty much on her own. The staff were continuously changi... + more
Katherine, Oxford
3 out of 5
We had a lovely time, the girls who were our hosts were really nice and the food was incredible! I hadn’t been on a chalet holiday before but my friend who came with me had, and said that usually the chalet food was ... + more
Stephanie, Surrey
4 out of 5
We really enjoyed our week here, it’s a good chalet and it was nice to have everyone in one place. We didn’t spend a lot of time in the chalet, but when we did there was enough room for everyone in the social area. ... + more
Anon, Edinburgh
4 out of 5
Ideal accommodation for small groups on a low to mid budget. We were a group of 8 friends and we'd rate our stay 4/5 stars. Positives: Clean accommodation Consistent hot water Great Chalet Host Great Food Clo... + more
Joe, Surrey
4 out of 5
It was pretty good overall, but the chalet guys seemed quite stretched and worn out. The chalet could have probably done with a good clean (simple things like the stairway up to where we all ate, which clearly hadn’t... + more
Rachel Taylor, Northampton
3 out of 5
The place itself was really good – there was a big living area for us all to chill out in and the chalet was a nice size to have to ourselves as a group. It might be a bit weird for a chalet share though as it’s ver... + more
Oliver Banfield, Bedford
4 out of 5
Chalet Maryse is basic but adequate. The communal area’s quite good but the rooms are small and basic. The food was good and Sam was very helpful and did everything required of him. The description mentions a five ... + more
James, Cornwall
4 out of 5
We didn’t like this chalet. The hosts weren’t brilliant: it wasn’t very clean and the food wasn’t fantastic. Some examples – the food was often burned; the tops of the ketchup and HP sauce hadn’t been cleaned ... + more
Andy M, South End
1 out of 5
We had a good week overall, it’s a great, nice-sized chalet which felt very cosy and was perfect for the 8 of us staying here (we were all 1 party). The bedrooms were really small but to be honest we didn’t spend mu... + more
Lauren Moffat, Edinburgh
4 out of 5
Superb, intelligent and fun service from our staff. The accommodation was to a high standard and the food was excellent! + more
Cross Party,
5 out of 5
Stayed at the Chalet Phoenix, VT in January 2012. The chalet is new build, with a deluxe interior, including a large lounge with TV and DVDs, wrap around balcony with panoramic views of the slopes and open plan dining... + more
David Bowler,
5 out of 5
Perched high in the highest resort in Europe, the views from the Sequoia’s living room are quite impressive – in clear weather, take your first coffee of the day (or a glass of wine later on...) out onto the balcony... + more
Sno man,
3 out of 5
This is a really, really good chalet. I’ve never seen a better location! It’s great for families – it’s close to a soft play area, the swimming pool, shops and cafes, etc. There is also a nursery very nearby with ... + more
Anonymous, Devon
4 out of 5
The chalet was fine. We weren’t very well while we were there, we both had the flu. We didn’t get out on the slopes much, we stayed in the chalet most of the time. The staff looked after us well considering. The foo... + more
Peter Ashworth, Newton Abbot
4 out of 5
Meals generally: Portion size/control was ridiculous. The kids in the group were often getting larger portions that myself and then not finishing them while I was left hungry. Their parents were ok as they could finis... + more
Ben Rushton, Langley
1 out of 5
The view is pretty awesome. Inside was kind of wood themed and quite Alpine; the chalet has a good swimming pool and a sauna. None of the rooms were en-suite but ours was a good sized double with a reasonable wardrobe... + more
Dr Thomas Jackson, Southampton
4 out of 5
Chalet Phoenix is really good, the place had all been newly refurbished when we stayed here and the facilities were really good with everything being warm, new and clean. The location is nice if you’re quite a good ... + more
Emily,
5 out of 5
Lovely chalet! Very friendly staff who were really helpful, everything was very clean, the food was great with a good variety of dishes and the afternoon cakes were amazing. Our room was fairly small but it was ever... + more
Caroline,
4 out of 5
Great group holiday here. The chalet was really good for what we needed it for, just at the bottom of the slopes so you could ski straight to the front door. It was quite small for the number of people it that stayed ... + more
Neil, Sutton Coldfield
4 out of 5
I can’t think of any complaints to make about this chalet, we enjoyed all of it! The food was good, not the best we’ve ever had in our lives but definitely good enough for a chalet holiday. The hosts were really hel... + more
Mary Broadhead, Sheffield
4 out of 5
Very good stay here last year – actually going back this year, already re-booked! The property really stood out for me as it’s one of the only places that sleeps 26. The transfers were good and chalet was as expecte... + more
Mr Thomas, Bristol
5 out of 5
Situated off piste (for us keen skiers to quickly make this their favourite chalet) it's virtually ski in/out. It's also one of the highest located chalets in all of Europe, some claim the highest... either way you ca... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
5 out of 5
Just off to one side on the piste, this chalet is in a superb location, making this ski/out accommodation a popular choice for everyone from groups to families and couples. The balconies and sun terrace boast spectacu... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
5 out of 5
Located on the top floor of an apartment block this chalet boasts the best views from the balcony of one of the more popular resorts in the global Top Ten. The expertly prepared meals served are deliciously with compl... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
5 out of 5
Chalet Chloe is located on the third floor making the views spectacular from the large living/dining area with its balcony. Within 100m of the Plein Sud run, you will be up the mountain and out skiing in no time. The ... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
5 out of 5
The property is located on the second floor, so it gives you the fastest access to the blue run literally a hundred yards away. It's a light and airy chalet and, because its only a few years old and in a great locatio... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
5 out of 5
Its top location just off piste makes this ski in/out catered chalet a favourite amongst keen skiers and snowboarders who love the high altitude and fast access into the vast Three Valleys that are the hallmarks of a ... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
5 out of 5
Perfect for a family or a small group wanting enough room for privacy. With a party of six or less there's no need to book an alpine mansion with cosy little options like this available. There is enough off-slope fun ... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
Beautiful panoramas and traditional alpine tastes are the two key factors in the appeal of this chalet. For people-watching, use the fourth floor balcony to look down on the resort and the chalet complex, which is pop... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
Very well located within the resort, less than a hundred and fifty yards from the piste and just two minutes from the upbeat village centre, this is a very popular chalet for its privacy (if you want to book it for so... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
A cosy environment for a small group of 6, you’ll be able to take advantage of everything that's on offer in VT, as it's mostly right at your doorstep. Guests of this property are lucky to be near enough to almost ev... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
Nestled within the chalet apartment complex of the Balcons, you're among like-minded skiers, who have picked this fantastically located choice of accommodation in the very highest resort of the world's largest linked ... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
Like waiting for Christmas morning, the excitement we feel as the sun rises over this epic, picturesque landscape is unmatched. If some feel there's little more to mention than this "landscape of the Gods" wait, you a... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
Enjoy the phenomenal views that are on offer from this super spot perched above the town of Val Thorens. For confident skiers, ski-in is often possible, but the 25metre walk to and from the lift is hardly demanding as... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
Awesome location, and stylistically designed with a sense of minimal, this is a lovely chalet choice. For small groups (the chalet sleeps 8) this is an ideal choice, as the lively nightlife is a short two minute walk ... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
The majestic nature and beauty of the Phoenix is matched equally in this stunning chalet, built under the lift of the Plein Sud, making it practically ski-in when the snow & weather conditions are hold up. This also m... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
Like Chalets Cerise, Abricot and Carambole, this sister chalet is part of the Balcons 5 building. The views, are beautiful. The piste, is round the corner. The shops, are on your doorstep. The facilities are easily ac... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
You’ve come to Val Thorens, which means you want great skiing, and it’s a safe bet to say that you’ll get that here because: - the piste is barely 3 minutes walk - this is the highest resort in Europe - at the top ... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
Inspiring views greet you from this lofted position above the resort of Val Thorens and make you want to get out there into that epic landscape. And you're in luck because, not only are you a matter of minutes walk fr... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
Part of the Altitude Val 2400 Residence, and with excellent access to the popular resort itself. At just two hundred metres from the piste, and with lifts five minutes away, and a ten minutes walk from the village cen... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
Luxury, location and magnificent views, there is not much to fault when the chalet hosts bring their A-game and the wine is flowing. It's a short five minute walk from the resort centre, and the bus stop for easy acce... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
Bring a group and take sole occupancy of this little piece of high altitude heaven, staying in the fourth floor of one of the highest chalet complexes in Europe. Situated within the skiable pisted area, clip in as soo... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
Localised near a number of similar chalets and overlooking the delightful resort centre of VT. This is a very popular choice of accommodation for a catered stay in the jaw dropping Three Valleys, because of the unpara... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
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You can read all about Val Thorens holidays, but here’s a quick overview of average chalets prices, weather and snow conditions during the ski season.

Month Price per week Snowfall
December £1419 - £2139 66cm to 116cm
January £1059 - £2328 86cm to 130cm
February £1199 - £2958 136cm to 190cm
March £1332 - £2515 146cm to 210cm
April £1144 - £2008 126cm to 193cm

At a glance: Val Thorens Chalets Information and Statistics

Number of Chalets listed in Val Thorens:

12

Val Thorens Chalet Photographs:

121

Val Thorens Chalet Reviews:

64

Average price per person

£1760 per person per week

Lowest chalets price

£1059 pp/week

Highest chalets price

£2958 pppw

Low season in Val Thorens:

1. December 2. January 3. April

Low-season Chalet Prices:

£1059 to £2328

High season:

1. Half-term 2. Easter 3. New Year 4. Christmas

High-season Chalet Prices:

£1759 to £2778

What customers browsing Val Thorens chalets ended up booking

Chalet Benjamin Courchevel France, Folkestone Eurotunnel 14th December.
From £913pp
Chalet Jacques Courchevel France, Folkestone Eurotunnel 14th December.
From £913pp
Chalet Ubud Tignes France, Folkestone Eurotunnel 14th December.
From £918pp
Chalet Anne Les Arcs France, Folkestone Eurotunnel 12th April.
From £968pp
Chalet Hepatica La Plagne France, Folkestone Eurotunnel 13th April.
From £1088pp

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