Hotel Fahrenheit Seven

  • Three Valleys Ski Area, France, Val Thorens

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The Hotel Fahrenheit Seven offers a trendy stay in Val Thorens with its take on vintage modern. It is in a prime location on the piste and walking distance from the local amenities. The hotel has a relaxed atmosphere and unwinding on the terrace after a hard days skiing to take in the views is certainly recommended. 

Excellent location

Benefitting from having ski in, ski out access, you can easily reach the lifts in the morning. Click on your skis and head down 50 metres down the nursery slopes, taking you to the ski school meeting place. You then have various options to reach the slopes of the Three Valleys or cruisy blues in Val Thorens. You can take the Funitel Peclet gondola or you can ski down a blue piste to the Plein Sud chairlift, the Caron gondola or Bosimint chair.

Lively and vibrant après

Throughout the winter, the Hotel Fahrenheit Seven hosts après events on their sunny terrace. As the days start getting longer and the weather improves, there are regular 'Sunset Parties' out on the terrace with open-air DJ sets - it is a great way to end a day of exploring the Three Valleys. Throughout the week there is also live music including DJ sets and performers in Le Zinc until 11pm. If you are lucky enough to be away whilst there is the 'Seven Party' you can enjoy exclusive line-ups and dance the night away in Le Zinc, these parties are held once a month and often have a range of performers to keep you entertained.

If you are looking for somewhere a little more laid back, enjoy The Ski Bar which is open every afternoon. Throughout the winter sit back and watch the live sports with a beer or enjoy a game of table football. 

Relax and unwind

If you're not the partying kind, unwind in the relaxation area, which features a hammam, a sauna, and an ice fountain. The best way to relax your muscles after a day on the slopes is to partake in a Scandinavian ritual that alternates between hot and cold treatments, such as a soak in a steam room followed by a cooling ice bath. To continue relaxing, head to the La Tisanerie relaxing area, with its beautiful view of the slopes.

Val Thorens

  • Resort altitude of 2,300m
  • 600km of marked pistes 
  • 53 green, 137 blue, 106 red and 32 black runs

At an altitude of 2,300m, Val Thorens is the highest ski resort in Europe and as part of the huge Three Valleys area, it is undoubtedly one of the very best. The resort has been designed to offer doorstep skiing from practically wherever you stay and has a village feel around a compact centre - where car access is restricted. The height of Val Thorens means long hours of sunshine, an unrivalled snow record and great skiing for all grades. 

The Vallée des Belleville, including Val Thorens, has received the Flocon Vert label, demonstrating the resort's dedication to environmental preservation and highlighting its dedication to sustainable development. When you arrive in Val Thorens, the best way to get around is by foot, bus, or skis - many of the hotels are in great locations, so the pistes are easily accessible, no matter where you are. To keep the slopes skiable, all snow groomers use a more sustainable fuel and are equipped with a snow coverage gauge device to determine where artificial snow coverage is required. After a day on the slopes, many of the buildings are well insulated to keep the heat in and have smart heating controls to reduce the use of energy. Solar panels are also used to generate renewable electricity.

Skiing and snowboarding in Val Thorens

Val Thorens is known for its fantastic snow quality throughout the winter season, with the majority of the skiing being above 2000 metres.  Beginners will enjoy being closer to home on the fantastic nursery slopes, while the more advanced will enjoy the variety of different graded slopes throughout the resort. Being part of the largest interlinked ski area there are no limits on where you can go. Those with a full area pass have the opportunity to explore the wider Three Valleys ski area, a snow lovers paradise, with efficient links between Meribel, Courchevel and Les Menuires.

Where to stay in Val Thorens

We offer a variety of accommodation in Val Thorens, the majority of them having the benefit of ski in/ ski out access, making it incredibly easy to get onto this world renowned ski area.

Bars and restaurants in Val Thorens

The nightlife scene here is vibrant, you'll find plenty of great options for restaurants, bars, and clubs to choose from. La Folie Douce is the perfect spot for a drink or two after a day of mountain adventures. You'll love the lively atmosphere, with  live music and DJ sets to keep you entertained. Après ski continues in Le Monde, a Dutch bar in the resort's centre. If partying isn't really your thing then don't worry, there are plenty of bars where you can enjoy watching live sports. The Shamrock Irish Pub is a great place for you to check out.

What's included in an Inghams holiday to Val Thorens

Flights, transfers and accommodation based on self catering, half board  chalet catering. Optional add ons include equipment hire, lift pass and tuition, please see the 'Ski extras' tab below for more information on these.

Skiing levels
Beginner
Intermediates
Advanced
Snowboard
Cross country

Mountain facts
Ski area 600 km
Runs 53 136 113 35
Longest run 0 Km
Snowparks
Lifts Drag lifts 0, Chairlifts 0, Cablecars 0
Slope direction
Ski/resort bus True
Rooms
  • No. of hotel rooms: 108
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 4

Reception

  • Check in time 5pm
  • Check out time 10am 
  • Official rating: 4

Local Fees and Taxes

  • Resort tax €2.53 per person, per day (under 18s Free of charge) paid locally

Rooms

Double Village View Rooms sleep two people and are approximately 23m². An additional sofa bed suitable for a child under 15 years old is available on request. Most of these rooms have been refurbished for the 23/24 winter season and includes new décor and furnishings. 

Double Piste View Rooms sleep two people and are around 23m². An additional single sofa bed suitable for a child under 15 years is available on request. These rooms have been refurbished for the 23/24 winter season and includes new décor and furnishings.

Rooms are also available for sole occupancy, please give our Reservations team a call to book sole occupancy rooms.

Interconnecting rooms are available on request.

 

Room facilities

  • Daily housekeeping is included
  • All rooms have double or twin beds (please specify preference when booking)
  • Bath with shower head attachment
  • WC
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Satellite TV
  • Desk
  • Alarm clock
  • Safe
  • Telephone
  • Hair dryer
  • Toiletries
  • Bathrobe
  • Slippers
  • Access to the relaxation area
  • Personal ski locker in the ski room

Accessibility

The Hotel Fahrenheit Seven has good wheelchair access to all facilities and has adapted rooms available on request. please give our Reservations team a call to book, so we can ensure this is the right property for you.

  • Lift accessible: Yes
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: Yes

Longitude: 6.584035
Latitude: 45.295391

 

Fantastic location with ski in/ski out access to the terrace just outside the ski room. It is then just a 50m ski down to the nursery slopes for beginners and the ski school meeting place. Just by this is the Funitel Peclet gondola or you can ski down to the Plein Sud chairlift, the Caron gondola or Bosimint chair within a couple of minutes on a blue piste.

The resort centre is just a short walk away where you can find plenty of bars, restaurants and the indoor shopping galleries.

Our partner ski hire shop is located within the hotel for guests staying at the property.

 

Facilities
  • Après ski bar
  • Spa and wellness facilities including sauna, steam room and relaxation area (Free Access for 18 years +)
  • Sun terrace with mountain views and loungers
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Ski shop on site
  • La Cheminée lounge area
  • Two onsite restaurants: 'La Rotisserie' and 'Le Zinc'
  • Heated ski equipment storage room with lockers
  • Lounge
  • Room service (pay locally)
  • Lift
  • Laundry services available (pay locally)
  • Dry cleaning services available (pay locally) 
  • Secure luggage is available in the reception 
  • 24 Hour front desk 
  • Newspapers available
Family Facilities
  • Children's meals are available in the restaurant
  • Baby cots are available on request (Free)
  • Earlier meal times for children are available from 7 pm
Meals

The Hotel Fahrenheit Seven is offered on a bed and breakfast board basis.

A continental breakfast buffet with additional hot options is served between 7 - 10 am each day. 

If you are looking for somewhere for dinner, there are two restaurants on site. Refurbished for the winter 23/24 season, 'La Rotisserie' is an a la carte restaurant specialising in Mediterranean cuisine, there is also an outdoor terrace area which is open for lunch (weather dependent). Only open for dinner, 'Le Zinc' is an a la carte restaurant offering platters of local produce and regional specialities. 

 

  • No of restaurants: 2

Board basis options available

  • Bed & Breakfast

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegans
  • Vegetarians

The restaurants connected with the Hotel Fahrenheit Seven can cater for special dietary requirements (vegetarians, vegans, gluten free and dairy free). Please inform us of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

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£3578
per person from £1789
11/01/2025 - 7 nights
2 adults
From Leeds Bradford
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Hotel Fahrenheit Seven
Three Valleys Ski Area, Val Thorens
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