Triple the winter pleasure hotels d’en haut
Berlin, September 11, 2014 – With a trinity of luxurious chalets in the French Alps, Hotels d’en Haut is taking the European winter season by storm. Focusing on providing contemporary experiences in the long-standing tradition of chalet culture, the three hotels are extensive re-imaginings of some of the best ski resorts of yesteryear. Each property has its own distinctive style while still retaining a cohesive theme that firmly marks it out as a Hotels d’en Haut creation.
Le Val Thorens, Val Thorens, France
Val Thorens is located over 2,300 meters above sea level, making it the highest ski resort in Europe. Expectations for luxury accommodations are as high as the ski lifts in this exclusive ski resort, and Le Val Thorens is more than up to the challenge. The hotel offers 83 rooms with panoramic views, an indoor swimming pool, and a top-of-the-line health spa, ensuring that guests will be very comfortable both pre and post ski. The wide range of available room types means that anyone from solo skiers to large families are welcome at this legendary establishment.
Le Fitz Roy, Val Thorens, France
Le Fitz Roy is one of the most legendary chalets in the Savoyard region of the French Alps. The 58 spacious rooms and suites were redesigned by French architect Gilles Leborgne who retained the charming elements of the original interiors, including incorporating polished wood and natural stone, while merging them with contemporary classic furniture from the likes of Antonio Citterio and Paola Navone. With a sun terrace, in-house ski shop, and a location just a stone’s throw from the best ski lifts Val Thorens has to offer, this five-star resort has everyone covered, from green circles to double black diamonds.
Hôtel des Trois Vallées, Courchevel, France
Hôtel des Trois Vallées is the oldest chalet in Courchevel, and as such, it is also one of the most charming. The refurbishment completed in November 2013 has modernized the hotel’s interiors, with the aim to preserve the spirit of its original 1950’s design aesthetic. Particular attention has been paid to utilizing light and space in each of the 31 rooms, resulting in soaring and sun-filled guest chambers. Many of the original pieces of furniture remain, adding to the old-school charm abundant throughout the property. Guests staying here will have the freshest of snowfalls waiting for them right outside their front doors.