Les Trois Vallées consists of eight official resorts: Courchevel, La Tania, Méribel, Bride les Bains, St Martin de Belleville, Les Menuires, Val Thorens and Orelle, and contains a host of smaller villages and hamlets within its giant web; our selection contains a comprehensive selection of the best hotels in Les Trois Vallees from the luxurious Le Chabichou in Courchevel 1850 to the family run Allodis, bang on the slopes of Meribel plus a Clarins Spa des Neiges.
Spread over a vast terrain including not three but four valleys, Les Trois Vallées has 600 km of interconnected piste, masses of unchartered back country, 180 lifts and dozens of mountain restaurants, from the gourmet Michelin-starred (treat yourself to lunch in La Bouitte, St Martin de Belleville or L'Oxalys in Val Thorens) to simple family-run establishments - try Le Bouc Blanc at the top of the La Tania bubble.
Courchevel 1850 wins the glamour stakes, with 12 five-star and 11 four-star hotels. Although no beauty, the hub of Courchevel has been cleverly planned so that virtually all the hotels are ski-in and ski-out with sunny terraces for soaking up the sun. Our selection of hotels in 1850 ranges from the boutique B&B of the Hôtel Les Monts Charvin to the super luxury Le Strato, right on the piste.
A rare find: a boutique bed and breakfast in the heart of 1850. Authentic and cosy with roaring fireplaces, traditional fabrics, and leather sofas. A delightfully understated spot.
Courchevel’s latest cutting-edge five-star hotel right on the piste. Spectacular traditional-chic interiors - furs, parquet floors, paintings, designer fire places, and wonderful private balconies. Gourmet delights in the fantastic restaurant and bare foot luxury at the spa.
Beautiful, traditional white-painted wooden chalet with exceptional MIchelin-starred cuisine and wonderful service. Rustic-chic rooms and family friendly suites. A gourmet ski holiday for romantics, foodies, and families.
An 1850 building with an eclectic and quirky mix of chalet and château. Parquet floors, furs, fireplaces - a cosy home from home with two fantastic restaurants, and minutes from the slopes.
Courchevel 1650 is now considered by some to be the more exclusive of the Courchevels, yet is still great for families with hotels like Le Manali offering fully staffed creches.
Supremely comfortable, contemporary family friendly hotel right on the slopes. Rooms and suites with Himalayan-style decoration - warm Asian tones, furs, silks, painted friezes, and exotic wooden panelling. A luxurious and characterful chalet.
Exquisite and soothing - a welcoming family hotel directly on the slopes. Rustic wooden interiors with stone fire places and rooms with private balconies. Perfect for families with young children as it is next to the nursery slopes.
Trois Vallées devotees have their favourite resort: Méribel, plum in the middle, is for many better placed and less ostentatious than its swanky neighbour.
Honest family-run hotel in the heart of the resort with doorstep skiing. Simple clean interiors, cosy snug areas, open fire places. A great spot for families and avid skiers.
Delightful and much loved, a cosy, comfortable chalet on the piste. Traditional interiors with stone walls and beams. A wonderfully relaxed chalet with board games aplenty.
Ski-in ski-out, contemporary, newly refurbished hotel right on the slopes and next to the golf course. Quirky-contemporary in style with aviation themed interiors. Gourmet cuisine, luxury spa, and even an outdoor swimming pool for the summer months.
Classic, new boutique hotel in prime position on the piste in the heart of the resort. Sumptuous rooms with log fires, cinema, luxury spa, and chic terrace. Revitalisation and relaxation in a super stylish chalet.
Family run, traditional hotel right on the slopes. Lovely bright wood panelled rooms with private balconies. Fantastic clarins spa, plus swimming pool, sauna & steam room and excellent restaurant with terrace overlooking the three valleys. A really lovely chalet.
The south-facing slopes from the top of Saulire don’t hold their snow well in late season, but there’s quick access to higher pastures and snow-sure Val Thorens, a resort which has spruced itself up, with the 2011 opening of the four-star Altapura and several other four stars in the pipeline - we particularly like the Hôtel des 3 Vallées for its great service and food.
Val Thorens, Les Trois Vallées
Perfect small family hotel in the middle of the resort, with wonderful service and food. A cosy cocoon perfect for families with its four family suites, gargantuan breakfast buffets and set three-course dinners. Great value for money.
The unspoilt backwater village of St Martin de Belleville is charming and is a mecca for serious foodies - you can spend your holiday skiing off those gourmet dinners if you stay in La Bouitte! In late season the south-facing slopes become slushy but the snow cannons keep access open all the way down.
St Martin de Belleville Savoie, Les Trois Vallées
Appealing family hotel in pretty traditional French village, close to the slopes. Family suites and apartments that can sleep up to 10. A charming chalet with snug rooms, two restaurants, and a sun terrace.
St Martin de Belleville, Les Trois Vallées
Romantic farmhouse in tiny hamlet with cosy rooms and gourmet Michelin-starred restaurant. Phenomenal food, quaint rustic wooden panelled rooms, and a wonderful spa. A charming gourmet treat.
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