FAHRENHEIT SEVEN3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Perfect location for your skiing holidays,you just have to put your skis on and let's go;nice welcome from the staff,we arrive before the check in time but as the room was ready we could get it.The room was a little bit small but we had a view on the ski pistes. The bar and restaurant area are nice with a large terrace where you can enjoy a nice drink when you come back from your day. The restaurant food was good with an efficient staff,and the breakfast was a really good start,great buffet with fresh juices,fruits and hot food.
We only ended up in this hotel after the Portillo decided to close early for the season and transferred out booking. I remember it as the Novotel many years ago, not that I ever stayed there. I remember it having a nice outdoor pool on the terrace. Sadly that is long gone. The new incarnation of the hotel is very black. They have obviously spent a fair amount of money refurbishing it. The age of the building does show in a few places, particularly the lifts which have a mind of their own and are very slow. Our room was comfortable and clean, with a reasonable view over the slopes. Wifi worked well for us. We only took breakfast at the hotel, which was OK but a bit limited. I true buffet would have been nice.
Great hotel , staff are really lovely people, the rooms are spotless, and the breakfast is 1st class. I visited this hotel with my friend and our sons, we have skied for many years all over Europe and I can honestly say that this is my best ski holiday hotel. Before we arrived I had read mixed reports on this site, my friend and I are very fussy and we had absolutely no complaints ... we are already planning a trip to this hotel next year .... ski in ski out is a really great... the sun terrace is my favourite place to relax at the end of the day. .... heated boot room lockers and changing area is a real bonus ... we had our last evening supper in the hotel restaurant and it was without doubt the best evening meal of the week, we had previously eaten in the resorts supposedly best eateries and they were only ok ... This hotel is good value for money if you have previous experience of what you get in Val Thorens for your money .
Farenheit7 has recently been refurbished and is in an excellent location at the high end of Val Thorens. It is situated on the pistes with in/out ski access - though a walk of about 20 or 30m uphill makes access to the piste easier for beginners when icy.. The room 317 had a splendid view of the pistes though no balcony. It had a comfortable, large king size bed and plenty of storage space, shelves but no drawers. There was a safe provide and a separate toilet and bathroom. The shower head in the bath was at waist level and a clip to fix the shower above head level would have made showering easier. The TV had plenty of French channels but the BBC World news channel was almost inaudible. A tea/coffee making facility would have been appreciated. The cleaning service was excellent. We were staying half-board and a very good continental breakfast included cereals, cold meats, fruits and juices, pastries etc were provided but I missed the Parisian loaf and fried or boiled eggs were extortionately priced. At dinner in the evening we were offered a choice of two starters and two main courses plus a desert. It was only after we had been there for a few days that we learned that we could order from the main menu to the tune of 37 euros. If we had known earlier we could have avoided the disgusting Savoie Hot Pot! On the whole the food was good but not great. It seemed that the dining room was understaffed and the service not good Drinks were expensive - 5 euros for soft drinks (orangina, sprite etc) and a small beer and 9 euros for a large beer The Spa facilities (Sauna and Hamman) were very good with towelling robe and slippers provided. It would have been even better with a Hot Tub on the balcony outside! The ski locker room was excellent with coded, heated lockers WiFi was available but not great Daily newspapers were provided - French and New York Times but no British. We had great weather during our stay and made good use of the fine sun decks. On the whole the hotel was very good but expensive. JimL
Fahrenheit Seven is a ski hotel. This is not the Four Seasons, or the Sofitel. Having said that, rooms are well furnished and spacious for alpine standards. The bathrooms come with a bath and a shower which is installed an some ridiculously low level. Staff are friendly, and the various dining/bar areas make it easy to lounge around after a long days in the mountains. The best aspect: ski in/ski out!
I really like my stay in the Fahrenheit seven. The hotel is nicely decorated. The people were really nice. Restaurant a bit over priced but quite nice to have dinner. The sauna and steam room are large for a small hotel and I spent time there relaxing.
Was a bit worried mixed reviews and I'm pretty fussy and so are my friends, but have to say very impressed good staff great location clean tidy modern rooms and yes it's a bit expensive but your 2300 meters up a mountain what do you expect Tesco prices lol. After coming to val thorens for many years now by far the best and value for money. Don't worry about other reviews I'm as fussy as they come. More at the end of the week.
We stayed for one week with Crystal Holidays and thought this was the best ski hotel we have stayed in. The hotel is very trendy and modern exactly as you see in the photos. All the staff we met were French, helpful, friendly and spoke excellent English. We were staying half board and the hotel was very accommodating in swapping out the dish of the day for a 37€ alternative from the bistro or bar menus. The food was a mix of some traditional French meals with an Asian fusion. We were more than satisfied with the breakfast but hot food was an extra. The sun deck at the end of the day was lively and buzzing with people. On sunny days a DJ played for a few hours until sunset. The Ski lockers were great, digital locks and boot warmers. We were very impressed with F7 and would definitely stay again.
Arrived on the Saturday when fresh powder arrived! Excellent ski in and ski out facility. Lockers and ski hire all available on site. For ease of use this was excellent. Admittedly you can get cheaper hire elsewhere but convenience could not be faulted. The showers in the ski boutique were excellent and well provided with towels and shower gel. Room was a twin for me and step son and was adequate. Bathroom was ok. Nothing special and would have benefitted from a proper shower rather than bath and the handheld shower head. But overall it did the job. Breakfast was adequate and plenty to eat. Staff attentive and friendly. We are in the restaurant and the food was well cooked and plentiful. As before you can get better value outside but then view over he terrace is really good. Again restaurant staff were friendly and attentive. Resort transportation was on offer and used it a few times which is great when visiting the opposite side of the resort. Reception always friendly and helpful. The terrace is great when the sun shines and €12 all you can eat cake is always a winner! Overall - enjoyed the stay. Location is great, the staff are friendly. There are better in VT but at a higher premium and the Fahrenheit Seven is good enough to warrant a revisit.
Great location and very friendly staff. Nicely decorated bars and restaurants. Very spacious and comfortable ski room. It advertises as a 4 star hotel, but it wasn't. Quality of the breakfast was really poor. Just a few choices and you had to pay 4 euro extra for a simple boiled egg or 6 euro for an omelette. The shower in the bathroom is knee high. You have to hold the shower if you want to have a normal shower. Rooms were pretty small and warm. No coffee or tea facility in your room. Although the restaurants looked nice and the staff was good, the food on the other hand was pretty bad. We had one dinner in Zinc and one in the Rotisserie and both were very dissapointing. We did enjoy our stay thanks to the very friendly staff, location and great bar and terrace outside, but it was not worth 200+ euro per night and I would not stay here anymore for this amount.
- Close to Val Thorens Ski Resort
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Ski-in/ski-out access
Located in Val-Thorens, FAHRENHEIT SEVEN is a leisurely stroll from sights such as Val Thorens Sports Centre and SOGEVAB. This 107-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with 2 restaurants, ski-in/ski-out access, and free in-room WiFi. It's in the mountains and also near Val Thorens Ski Resort and Bouquetin Gondola.
Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including LA ROTISSERIE, which specializes in French cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.
All of FAHRENHEIT SEVEN's 107 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including free international calls, free long-distance calls, and free local calls. 66-cm flat-screen TVs are available for entertainment, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds sport premium bedding. Other standard amenities include safes and desks.
Ski-in/ski-out access, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas are featured at FAHRENHEIT SEVEN. Valet parking is available for EUR 30 per day, and there's also a free area shuttle. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this ski hotel include 2 meeting rooms, free newspapers, and a terrace.
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70% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 291 reviews