LE CHAMOIS D’OR***
RISK FREE BOOKING
Always mobilized, we are committed to supporting you with all the flexibility you need.
if our establishment had to close and stop its activity at the request of the public authorities or if the public authorities of your main place of residence notify you of a travel ban (border closure, confinement), then we will proceed with a cancellation free and you will be refunded all sums paid including your deposit
Get extra coverage by taking out trip cancellation insurance when you make your reservation.
Your stay will be reimbursed in the event of illness, positive test or denied boarding by the carrier originating from an epidemic or pandemic. To find out more Click here – >>>
The 3-star tourist residence Le Chamois d´Or is located in the center of Val Thorens resort and a stone’s throw from the shops of the Caron gallery.
As a Ski-in ski-out residence, you have direct access to the slopes onto the largest ski area in the world, the 3 Valleys area with its 600 km of slopes.
WHAT TO DO IN VAL THORENS THIS WINTER?
Despite the closure of the ski lifts, come and enjoy the great outdoors in Val Tho!
On this page you will find all the information relating to your stay: accommodation, restaurants and shops open as well as outdoor activities accessible in compliance with health regulations.
A ski-in ski-out residence
Discover our studios and apartments from 20 m² to 70 m².
For 2 to 6 people with balcony and breathtaking mountain views!
X4 to 6
Val Thorens belongs to the 3 Valleys area and its 600 km of slopes. The Val Thorens domain alone is made up of 150 km of slopes. Ski-in ski-out station, you’re already on the slopes! Between powder snow fields and perfectly groomed slopes, it is no question of performances, from beginners to confirmed, the Val Thorens area offers fun whatever the level of the skiers!
Val Thorens is a winter sports resort in the Tarentaise valley, located in the district of Belleville, in the Savoie department, in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. The resort started its development in 1969 and was inaugurated for the winter season in 1971.
With a village culminating at 2,300 meters above sea level, the resort of Val Thorens is the highest ski resort in Europe.