TRAVEL DATES: JAN 31 – FEB 8, 2020
- Round Trip NYC – Geneva, Includes no charge for ski equipment 2NDBag
- Private Round Trip Transfers from airport to hotel
- 7 nights lodging in Hotel Fahrenheit Seven – 4 star
- Daily buffet breakfast and 4 course gourmet dinners
- All Taxes and fuel charges
- Optional Group Discounted 6-Day Consecutive Ski Pass 285 EURO (2019 rate, actual price may change) senior pass available, over 70 pass is FREE.
Optional EPIC Pass (2019 good for 7-days 3 valleys)
- Optional Discounted Ski Equipment Rentals and guide service
- Package Price for double occupancy $2,595
single occupancy +$890
- Price based on currency of 1.15 US Dollar to 1 Euro. Package Price subject to change based on currency fluctuation.
- Optional Group Discounted Trip Insurance
Val Thorens, voted the best ski resort in the world in 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017 is the highest ski resort in the Alps and linked to the 3 Valleys, the world’s largest connected ski area with 600km of slopes and 169 lifts.
At 2300m it is snow sure from when the lifts open in mid-November to the end of April, and with a high point of 3200m and with six different lifts reaching over 3000m there is plenty of high-altitude skiing for everyone.
Activities on the slopes include carving, off-piste skiing, ski touring, a snow park, a boardercross, and off the slopes there is ice-driving, fat biking on snow, the longest toboggan run in Europe, a large sports center and aqua-spa as well as the Tyrolienne, a 1.3km long zip line. This together with the lively pedestrian streets, the many shops, bars, and restaurants make a stay in Val Thorens hard to beat.
World’s best ski resorts in 2017
Rob Hodgetts, CNN • Updated 21st November 2017
(CNN) — It’s not only the highest ski resort in Europe and part of the world’s largest ski area — now Val Thorens in the French Alps has been voted best ski resort in the world for 2017.
The snowsure resort, which sits in a vast natural bowl at 2,300 meters, won the plaudits for a second straight year in a glitzy ceremony at the World Ski Awards in Kitzbuhel, Austria.
Val Thorens, which caters for a range of budgets and has built six 4 and 5 star hotels in the last six years, is part of the famous 3 Vallees — a whopping 600 kilometers of runs and links to Meribel and Courchevel.
“Skiers love Val Thorens and have shown it again this year,” said Gregory Guzzo, director of Val Thorens Tourist Office. “We are very happy; this is the result of a team who questioned itself every day to make sure to offer the best to its clients.”
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The benchmark awards, in their fifth year, garnered 1.6 million online votes from ski industry professionals and the public in 85 countries.
In the hotel category, the W in the upmarket Swiss resort of Verbier also held on to its title as World’s Best Ski Hotel.
The cutting-edge W Verbier won again for its take on contemporary alpine chic, with six restaurants and bars and a fireplace and private balcony in each of its 123 rooms.
Val Thorens’ hip, design-led Fahrenheit Seven was named World’s Best New Ski Hotel; while Japan’s Vale Niseko made it a third straight win in the World’s Best Ski Boutique Hotel category.