As you’d expect from the biggest linked ski area in the world, there are hotels offering every kind of holiday: Michelin-starred royal treatment, budget bed and board and absolutely everything in between. Most hotels are examples of typical Tarentaise architecture – wood, stone and oodles of Alpine charm. Others lead the way in modern mountain architecture, with striking facades and sustainable practices.
Luxury ski hotels in the 3 Valleys
This world-class ski area is home to some of the finest ski hotels on the planet. In Courchevel 1850, 5-star luxury abounds with highly acclaimed restaurants, award-winning spas and impeccable service. Val Thorens is king of modern mountain lux, with swish new hotels hogging the highest (and therefore most scenic) spots in European skiing.
All Inclusive ski hotels in the 3 Valleys
With hundreds of pistes to choose between, who wants to decide between restaurants too? Book one of the all-inclusive hotels here and that won’t be an issue – all you need’s included in the overall cost of your stay – breakfasts, lunches, suppers and all drinks from your morning coffee to your evening cocktails.
Which is the most luxurious 3 Valleys hotel?
A number of hotels here could hold that title! Courchevel by far has the best reputation for luxury hotels (luxury EVERYTHING in fact) – the incredible offerings at Le K2 Palace include a 2 Michelin starred restaurant. Val Thorens is fast catching up with luxurious offerings – the Koh-I nor is definitely one of the best hotels in the Alps.
Which is the best 3 Valleys hotel for families?
Plenty of hotels in this neck of the woods pull out all the stops for families – Fahrenheit Seven is an excellent example with family rooms, a cracking kids menu and childcare options. It depends what your clan look for in a hotel though, so drop us a line and we’ll find which one best suits your brood.
Which is the best 3 Valleys hotel for groups?
We love the all-inclusive aspect of Club Med Val Thorens Sensations, which makes budgeting for a group trip easy. The location and facilities are hard to beat too! Which hotel is best for your group depends on your size, budget and preferences – drop us a line and we’ll help you find the perfect fit.
Which is the best located hotel in the 3 Valleys?
We couldn’t just pick one, so here are 3: Hotel Les Trois Vallees is on snow sure slopes in the centre of Europe’s highest ski resort, Val Thorens. Perfect for skiers and non-skiers, Hotel Carlina in Courchevel is a couple of minutes’ walk from 1850 centre as well as ski in/out. Meribel’s Le Kaila’s super too, with direct slope access into the heart of the ski area.
How to book a 3 Valleys hotel?
This page has a comprehensive collection of 3 Valleys ski hotels, and you can filter through them using the search tool at the top. If you see something you like or need some pointers, drop us an email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7770 6888 and we’ll help you get your best package booked up.
|Hotel||Resort||Price (per person) from|
|Hotel Le Kaila||Meribel||£2469|
|Hotel Koh-I Nor||Val Thorens||£1676|
|Hotel Altapura||Val Thorens||£1259|
|Hotel Ducs de Savoie||Courchevel||£1139|
|Club Med Val Thorens Sensations||Val Thorens||£437|
|Hotel Fahrenheit 7||Courchevel||£1108|
|Hotel La Chaudanne||Meribel||£1289|
|Hotel Le Kaya||Les Menuires||£1309|