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France · Val Thorens · March 30 - April 6 2024


At an altitude of 2300 metres, at the entrance to the resort, in a peaceful area, l'Oxalys welcomes you in a refined, luminous decor.



With skis on in winter, the establishment enjoys an extraordinary sunny panoramic view of the surrounding peaks: a dream location for holidays with family or friends, in its 36 refined and spacious apartments for 2 to 8 people. The Oxalys has all the attractions of a top-of-the-range hotel complex combining hotel services with the independence of a residence, like an invitation to relaxation with swimming pool, whirlpool, hammam, sauna and spa.


Residence Features

Residence Features

-> Reception with lounge bar and fireplace β†’ Restaurant with terrace β†’ Relaxation areas β†’ Ski shop opposite the reception β†’ Private ski lockers with boot dryers β†’ Direct access to the slopes β†’ Private car park (paying, on pre-booking)

Family Friendly

Family Friendly

The residence offers an extraordinary panoramic view of the surrounding mountains, ideal for a holiday with family or friends.

Apartment Amenities

Apartment Amenities

-> Fireplace (except flat 2/4, 4/5, and 6 duplex) β†’ Hair dryer β†’ Towel dryer β†’ 1 flat-screen television in the living room β†’ Safe deposit box β†’ Fully equipped kitchen

What's Included

What's Included

7 Nights Self-Catered Accommodation

6 day Val Thorens Local Area Lift Pass

Access to swimming pool & spa

Ski shop


Three Valleys

Val Thorens

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. 

Three Valleys

Add Ons

Snowboard: Boots Only



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. 

Geneva: 2 hrs 45 minutes

Chambery: 1 hr 30 minutes

Public and private transfers available


France· March 30 - April 6 2024· 7 nights