France · Val Thorens · December - April
These affordable and comfortable apartments are ideal for those looking for ease of access to the slope and no frills.VIEW DATES
These affordable and comfortable apartments are ideal for those looking for ease of access to the slope and no frills. With ski in / ski out accessibility, and close proximity to ESF meeting points, look no further if you're heading to Val Thorens to explore the mountains! Positives: · Wifi · Ski boot lockers with boot driers · Ski in / Ski out · Next to the slopes with direct access to the 3 Valleys ski area Please note: All prices include a 6 day Val Thorens local area lift pass!
24/7 reception to assist you with all your needs
Whether you arrive early or late, luggage storage is available
Come and enjoy a lively after-ski in the lounge of the restaurant “Le Chaudron Magique” located in the residence. The fans of Savoyard cuisine, pizzas or grilled meat are in for a treat!
7 Nights Self-Catered Accomodation
6-day Val Thorens Local Area Lift Pass
27 m² · One bedroom with twin beds (separated from living area with a sliding door) · Two sofa-beds in the living area · One bathroom with bath, and heated towel rail · Separate toilet
33 m² · One bedroom with twin beds (Separated from living room with sliding door) · One cabin room with bunk bed · Two sofa-beds in the living room · One bathroom with bath, and heated towel rail · Separate toilet
33 m² · One bedroom with twin beds · One cabin room with bunk beds · Sofa-bed for trwo people · One bathroom with bath, and heated towel rail · Separate toilet
50 m² · Two open bedrooms with twin beds · Either one more bedroom OR a sofa-bed for two in the living room separated by sliding doors or a curtain · One bathroom with a bath and heated towel rails · One more bath or shower room
Val Thorens is the highest ski resort in Europe, at an altitude of 2300m. The Val Thorens valley is made up of three separate villages: Les Menuires, Val Thorens and Saint Martin de Belleville. With its own glacier and a peak elevation of 3200m, one thing you’re guaranteed is amazing snow-sure conditions throughout the season and well into late spring
For a change of scenery, spend the evening in the Mongolian yurt of Chalet de la Marine.
This restaurant has a wide ranging menu, mostly specialising in pizzas and Savoyard cuisine but also including pasta, salads, meat and fish dishes.
Grab a tube and ride the tracks specially designed for snowtubing.
Geneva: 2 hrs 45 minutes
Chambery: 1 hr 30 minutes
Public and private transfers available
The damage deposit needs to be paid on arrival. They range from 100€ to 1500€ depending on the size of the apartment and the number of people.
The 'taxe de sejour' is a tourist or visitor tax that has to be paid when visiting France. It ranges from 0.20€ and to 4.20€ per person per night and changes depending on the classification of accommodation.