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3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Had honestly the best time, the staff became friends, we stayed at a quieter time,and it got busy to the end of our stay. Food was excellent, nicely presented, I wish they didn’t charge for eggs in the morning. One of the best cocktail bartenders John. He made the best mulled wine and he’s so passionate about his job he made every night entertaining. This is a hotel for the younger generation. But don’t be fooled by the bad reviews, it was probably for the old hotel. As this hotel is just so cool! Beds were comfortable, and the room was the perfect size, and reception were so helpful with advice. Pierre at the ski shop was a legend. Even if you don’t stay at the hotel, come to the Ski Shop and rent your ski’s, on the last day he let us swap our skis for snowboards and it just enhanced our trip! Thankyou to all for making our holiday amazing. Best, Jamie & Barney

Me and my girlfriend stayed for a week and the hotel staff were so friendly, always willing to help with every aspect of the stay. And great (new) facilities for first time skiers and regulars! The ski shop is also one of the best on the mountain with really helpful staff!

My husband and I and our three sons (10,14 and 15) stayed for a 3 day pre Christmas ski break. The hotel has great decor and brilliant bars but the most memorable thing is the location and just how easy it is to get on the slopes, which is so important for a short break. We rented equipment from the very friendly ski boutique in the basement, bought passes from the machine in the shop and we were off! The hotel is right on the slopes just above all the main lifts so you can really get anywhere in the resort quickly. At the end of the day it is easy to ski back and the ski room and lockers are easy to access and comfortable. All the staff were very friendly and helpful. Rooms are nicely decorated and the beds are large and comfortable and the bathrooms have great showers, proper baths, loads of hot water and decent toiletries. We ate in the hotel one night and chose to have fondue in the Zinc bar where we really enjoyed the atmosphere and the food was good. It is a very short walk to a massive range of other bars and restaurants in the town.

Spent Christmas at the hotel with my family. The hotel was great and the staff were very professional, helpful and friendly. The location is fantastic and it's the only ski hotel I have stayed at with a very comfortable boot room. Booked to stay on a half board basis. This initially posed a problem as the restaurant staff kept giving us a bill for our evening meal but once we complained this was addressed. My only criticisms would be that there is no hot food with the breakfast unless you pay extra and a swimming pool would be a great addition.

Have stayed in F7 at xmas in halfboard and first the good news Well placed good hotel nice rooms and very nice skiroom. We booked halfboard and would not recommend to do so Choice and quality of food is unadequate not to say below zero Given you have to choose a la carte and the choice is limited The chef is clearly. Acting above his station Description of plates promises a lot but never deliver Some food was just uneatable and given back to the kitchen ( no excuses followed)

Me and a couple of friends stayed here over the Christmas week and were very impressed! The hotel has modern decor and is clearly well looked after. The room was reasonably sized with flat screen tv, speaker, safe and plenty of storage space for the 3 of us. We were on the top floor and although at the rear side of the hotel still had beautiful views of the mountains. The separate bathroom and toilet is definitely a positive. The bathroom itself was lovely and the included toiletries are high quality. This hotel truly is ski in and ski out with lifts just a few metres a way which makes life much easier. The staff in the ski shop downstairs were lovely and the older Irish gentlemen was extra helpful with everything especially considering one of us had forgotten a bolt for our boards which he helped us locate one at another shop! The breakfast was basic but had more than enough to satisfy us all daily although I do think €5 for eggs and bacon is a little steep. The staff were attentive,polite and well dressed at all times which was a nice touch. The restaurant was fantastic and we were all sad that we didn’t try it earlier on in the week! The lobster linguine was so delicious that we had it two days in a row and even opted to have it as our Christmas lunch meal! I would like to give a special recommendation to the gentleman Pierre who served us both days who’s service was absolutely impeccable, nothing was to much trouble and was so helpful with all questions we asked. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone wanting to stay on the slopes and if we return to Val Thorens we will definitely be staying again. The only things that could have made it better would be a Jacuzzi or Pool and Tea & Coffee facility’s in the rooms.

I stayed at this hotel for a week on an early season Snowboarding holiday, the decor was modern and stylish and the staff were very friendly and helpful. The twin room was reasonably spacious and well appointed by French resort standards, with two single beds, seperate toilet and bathroom, cloths rail, flat screen tv and sofa plus a piste view. However one noticable item missing was tea/coffee making facilities. The hotel was a true ski in - ski out with two lifts less then 100m away and the ski/board locker room had a bar and terrace area, perfect for apres! The package booked included buffet breakfast which was adequate although hot food was charged as an extra cost which given the cost of the room was a bit unreasonable. There were 3 bars in the hotel and a restaurant serving evening meals at extra cost (not tried). Drinks prices were relatively expensive (€8 for a G&T) but not out of line for a nice hotel in Val Thorens. There was also a nice sauna & steam room. The hotel was located in the Peclet area with a nearby supermarket and 5 minute walk to to centre of town and a decent selection of bars and restaurants. All in all I would stay here again.

Every year we attend a technical conference in Grenoble followed by a drive to the French Alps for a few days of skiing before returning home. We usually go to Tignes but this year my group needed 18 rooms and I couldn’t find a hotel in Tignes with enough rooms, so we decided to try the next valley over, Val Thorens, which is at the top of the worlds largest ski complex, Trois Vallees. I studied the many options and selected the Hotel Fahrenheit Seven and everyone loved it. Ski In / Ski Out was one of my top requirements. It’s by far the best slope side hotel I’ve ever visited (and I’ve stayed at quite a few). For example, the ski locker room has a bar, television, music, showers, lockers, boot driers, couches and upholstered benches. It has a foosball table and exercise bikes in case you want to warm up or take a break from skiing. And best yet, you grab your skis, exit the electric sliding door and you step right on to the snow, snap on your skis and you’re off to the many lifts. And when you return, you ski right to the same door snap off your skis and enter either the ski locker room to the left or the Ski Boutique Ski Shop to the right. The staff in the Ski Shop are just great and they have a wide selection of skis, boards and boots. We contacted Andre in advance and had our gear ready for us when we arrived. There are two restaurants in the hotel. The main one, La Rotisserie, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and the food is great. There are excellent selections for all meals and the service couldn’t be better. For warm afternoons, there is a large deck with tables and couches with panoramic views or the slopes. The other restaurant, Le Zinc, is a room with live music or a DJ. The rooms are absolutely first class. All have slope views and the accessories are “princess quality”. They provide robes, slippers and wide selection of toiletries. I noticed some earlier reviews that said that they lacked fixed showerheads on the walls. That problem has certainly been fixed and they now have large adjustable and removable showerheads. I’m 6’4’’ and they were fine for me. I arranged the event through Megane and she, along with all her colleagues, could not have been more helpful. They arranged for dinner for us at La Rotisserie the first night and it was fantastic. The next night they made reservations for us at a nearby restaurant called Restaurant La Pause de Pierrette. It was great too. And finally night we went to the SteakClub. It was also very good. Having an excellent staff makes a huge difference in the entire experience and every one in our group was highly complementary of the staff. The only negative part of our visit was that it snowed every day we were there. Well, as they say, you can’t have everything. But this is as close as it gets!

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.

Place De La Lombarde, Val-Thorens Saint-Martin-de-Belleville Savoie

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Val Thorens Ski Resort
  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining

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.


Free continental breakfast is offered each morning. 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.

Property features

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.

Room options

Fahrenheit 27 Double, village view

Full 1 | Twin 1 | Sleeps 2

Fahrenheit 27 Triple, village view

Twin 2 | Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Fahrenheit 27 Double, slope view

Full 1 | Twin 1 | Sleeps 2

Fahrenheit 27 Triple, slope view

Twin 2 | Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

70% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 317 reviews