Chalet Anais, Val Thorens

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3.7 out of 5 based on 3 reviews
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 very close quarters and you’re all in amongst each other. The chalet maid Kitty was really go... + more
Oliver Banfield, Bedford
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 Close to Town (5-10 minute walk) Close to slopes (5 minute walk). Negatives: Small rooms and ... + more
Joe, Surrey
4 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 have been better for the group staying after us. The chalet was a bit of a walk, I’d say about... + more
ANON
3 out of 5
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Accommodation
Catered Chalet
Train Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Overview - chalet description - Chalet Anais description

Sleeps: 8 Guests.

The Chalet Anais is based in the Altitude Residence and is ideally located for the slopes. You can walk or generally ski down around 250m to the edge of the piste and ski from here to a choice of ski lifts to start your day. At the end of an enjoyable day's skiing, you can leave the piste just above the Altitude and ski on an unpisted track almost to the door of the residence.

The chalet is attractively furnished and comfortable, some rooms enjoy en suite facilities and many with private balcony. All chalets have a log fire in the lounge area and enjoy free access to the Altitudes shared indoor swimming pool and sauna. There are a small number of apres-ski venues immediately on hand, with the more lively action a little further into the resort centre approx 10 minutes walk away.


Facilities - Chalet Anais features

  • Well appointed chalet apartment in a superb location
  • Indoor heated swimming pool and shared sauna
  • Log fire in Lounge area
  • Lift
  • Free Wi-Fi

Facilities: • Internet access

Special attractions:

Free wine included worth over €100.

  • Skiing back virtually to the door
  • Nearest piste 2-3 mins walk (approx. 250m)

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Accommodation Summary

Open plan lounge/dining area with log fire and balcony.

Room 1: Twin with en suite bath/wc

Room 2: Twin with private (not en suite) shower/wc.

Room 3: Twin with private (not en suite) shower/wc and balcony.

Room 4: Double with private (not en suite) bath/wc and balcony.


Meals - food and drink in Chalet Anais

  • Skiers' buffet breakfast with hot option
  • Afternoon tea/coffee & freshly baked cake
  • 4-course evening meal, including pre-dinner apèritif, choice of complimentary wines, tea/coffee & chocolates
  • Special celebration menu on Christmas Day and New Year's Eve
  • Call us for more info on Chalet cuisine
We update Chalet Anais's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Availability - dates & airports - dates & departure airports - chalet dates & departure airports - Chalet Anais dates & departure airports

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Fri 09 Dec 201609/12/16
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Fri 16 Dec 201616/12/16
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Fri 23 Dec 201623/12/16
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Fri 30 Dec 201630/12/16
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Fri 06 Jan 201706/01/17
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Sat 07 Jan 201707/01/17
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Sat 14 Jan 201714/01/17
£801£569Special OfferDeal
Sat 21 Jan 201721/01/17
£789£639Special OfferDeal
Sat 28 Jan 201728/01/17
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Sat 04 Feb 201704/02/17
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Sat 11 Feb 201711/02/17
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Sat 18 Feb 201718/02/17
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Sat 25 Feb 201725/02/17
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Sat 04 Mar 201704/03/17
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Sat 11 Mar 201711/03/17
available Heathrow, Stansted, Gatwick, Birmingham, East Midlands, Norwich, Manchester, Newcastle, Leeds/bradford, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Exeter, Bristol, Southampton, Belfast Int, Without Flights, Dover Ferry(Self drive), Folkestone Ferry(Self drive)
Sat 18 Mar 201718/03/17
£747£719Special OfferDeal
Sat 25 Mar 201725/03/17
£759£669Special OfferDeal
Sat 01 Apr 201701/04/17
£1219Special OfferDeal
Sat 08 Apr 201708/04/17
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Sat 15 Apr 201715/04/17
available Gatwick, Heathrow, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Bristol, Without Flights, Dover Ferry(Self drive), Folkestone Ferry(Self drive)
This package holiday to Chalet Anais in Val Thorens, France departs Saturday 14th January 2017, for a 7 night stay on a "catered chalet" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.

Resort - about Val Thorens - about holidays in Val Thorens - about ski holidays in Val Thorens - about ski holidays in Val Thorens France

Highest resort in Europe Top of the world's biggest interlinked ski area Foodie Favourite Off-slope activities galore

This is Europe's highest resort, with incredible views of the French, Swiss and Italian Alps and fantastic connections to the rest of the enormous Three Valleys. Holidays here are perfect for varied and snow-sure terrain in a laid back, friendly atmosphere. If you're early or late in the season, or in a year with poor snowfall, this place will give you some of the best conditions in the Alps!

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Snow Sure Non skiers

Val Thorens webcam

Snow Report: Top 160cm, Bottom 80cm

Snow Forecast: 10cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 91cm

Val Thorens trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Chambéry (CMF)112km 1h 35
Grenoble (GNB)200km, 2h 15
Geneva (GVA)160km, 2h 30
Region:France, Alps.
First opened:1971

Val Thorens lift pass price last reported as €208 (Adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Anais.
Night skiing: Torch lit descents available
Val Thorens has N, NE, NW, S facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - May.

Town altitude: 2300m
Top of slopes: 3200m
Bottom of piste: 1800m
Vertical drop: 1,430m
Total length of trails:140km
Longest piste:5km
2300m at the top of the Three Valleys, VT is the highest ski resort in Europe and part of the biggest linked ski area on the planet. While it’s a place for people who above all else, love to ski, you’ll also find some of the country’s best après including the legendary Folie Douce, as well as weird and wonderful activities like the 1300m Tyrolienne zipwire. Olde worlde gallic charm it isn’t, but skiers will wake up to find some of the best snow in the Alps literally on their doorstep, and the views over ...
At the summit of the largest ski area in the world and bordering the Vanoise National Park, this is a spectacular place to ski and board. Beginners are well catered for on nursery slopes by the Rond Point des Pistes, where the magic carpets often don't require a lift pass. Kids will love the Junior Park, while the Musaraigne and Campagnols runs in the beginner’s area and the new Deux Combes green are perfect to practice on. With a bit more confidence, take the Pionniers or Plein Sud chairs for some lovely lon...
The après ski here easily rivals other top resorts in the Alps. If you haven't already had the Folie Douce experience, head just under the Plein Sud lifts where the “dancefloor on top of the world” is heaving from 3pm. Another place to party is Bar 360 at the end of the blue Moraine run, which always has live music and cheaper plonk. Back in town, Rue de Gebroulaz is a hub of lively bars where O’Connells is the local Irish pub and the Frog and Roastbeef is a long-time favourite of Brits (if you can drink the...

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"Good chalet"

Oliver Banfield, Bedford
4/ 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 very close quarters and you’re all in amongst each other. The chalet maid Kitty was really good and the food was alright. It wasn’t her fault but the whole thing was a bit of a shambles as the chalet people had to go all over the place to find the stuff they needed to cook - we felt sorry for them because the management had stitched them up a bit. We also found ourselves running round trying to find a corkscrew as there seemed to be only one corkscrew between 3 chalets (ended up having to youtube how to open a bottle of wine without a corkscrew – a screw seemed to do the trick!). The bedrooms were fine, the smaller rooms were good as they had bigger wardrobes whereas our room which was an en-suite just had a cupboard. The little pool area was good, there were kids there around 5-6pm but when we went down at 7ish before dinner we had it to ourselves. The sauna was nice but small, only fitting about 4 people. It’s pretty much ski in but not ski out, there is a road you could ski down but if you’ve got your own skis you wouldn’t want to as you’d ruin them! It’s quite a hard one to get back to the chalet as there are buildings on either side of it so even on a powder day it’s really icy. There were 2 bars right next to the chalet in some hotels but the main area is a bit of a trek. It took us about 15 minutes and was downhill so everyone was always sliding about, and then you have to get back up, so it would be tricky for older people or young children.

"Chalet Anais group trip March 15"

Joe, Surrey
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 Close to Town (5-10 minute walk) Close to slopes (5 minute walk). Negatives: Small rooms and bathrooms Very slow wifi

"Chalet Anais review"

ANON
3/ 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 have been better for the group staying after us. The chalet was a bit of a walk, I’d say about 300-400m, to the slopes. If the snow was good, I reckon you could ski to within 50m… At the beginning of the week we could ski close to the chalet, but the snow wasn’t very good by the end of the week. The nearest shop was within 30 or 40m and there was a bar downstairs. The main part of the town was a fair walk away. The bedroom was small; you could just about walk around the beds. The bathrooms were really small.
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