Built in 1983, Le Val Thorens was a pioneer as one of the very first hotels built in Europe’s highest ski resort. This visionary hotel still stands apart today in its location (Place Caron, in the very heart of the resort) and its daring architecture, a reference to a mountain village. Built around a spectacular atrium, its design was deliberately contrary to popular styles of the period; it is intelligently focused on the interior, to better preserve warmth.
Today, Le Val Thorens pursues its avant-garde destiny, cultivating its sporting image. It has one of the resort’s largest swimming pools (with panoramic views of the valley) and a mountain spa at the foot of the slopes of the world’s largest ski area. The hotel has an arty vibe too as contemporary art can be seen on every floor.
In the rooms and lounge areas, vintage furniture and modern pieces are juxtaposed, illustrating this trailblazing spirit. A stylish reconciliation of chic and sport. Le Val Thorens is a convivial spirit and artistic style in an historic building.
To stay at Le Val Thorens is to experience a thousand sensations under one roof, with three restaurants to choose from, 83 rooms and family suites, a terrace, stunning panoramic views, a vast indoor swimming pool, a spa and a bar that’s a work of art in itself, all in a fun, lively atmosphere.