Hotel Koh-I Nor
Val Thorens, France
- 7 nights
- from $2100 per person
The highest five* hotel in Europe, the luxury ski in / ski out Koh-I Nor has fabulous views of Val Thorens and the Alps. This striking hotel has brought a whole new level of luxury for both families and couples in the Trois Vallées.
At a Glance
The highest luxury five* hotel in Europe
Ski in and ski out with direct access to the entire Trois Vallées
Beautiful Spa and two swimming pools
Very family friendly and ideal for all levels of skier
Panoramic sunny terrace - perfect for long lunches
The Koh-I Nor is in fact a 105.6 carat diamond, originally from India, which was presented to Queen Victoria. It is now displayed as part of the crown jewels in the Tower of London!Helen McKenzie
To fill the void a hard day on the mountain creates, the Tartiflette at Le Cabin is a real treat. A gentle stroll back to the hotel is essential after this cheesy, creamy and meaty Savoyard staple.Mike Harlow
Named after one of the largest diamonds ever found and meaning Mountain of Light in Persian, Koh-I Nor conjures up images of splendour and luxury. And with its spectacular location - at 2,364m - and striking architecture, this hotel is set to be a destination of choice when skiing the Trois Vallées. The design and furnishings are luxurious, and the mountain light streams in through enormous windows, giving a real sense of being on top of the world.
All the rooms and suites have balconies with fabulous views across the valleys and peaks and range from cosy rooms perfect for couples, to spacious family suites. Luxuriously decorated and furnished, the offer the ultimate comfort after a day on the slopes.
Every thought has been given to relaxing and enjoying good food at the hotel. A south west facing panoramic terrace is the perfect place for lunch and afternoon. There are three restaurants at the Koh-I Nor - an international restaurant serving a gourmet five course dinner, a brasserie with more simple options including a delicious range of à la carte dishes and an impressive wine cellar plus La Cave which serves a range of local specialties. And the lounge bar with its cosy fireplace is a relaxing place to unwind after a day on the slopes.
An enormous Spa and two swimming pools offer guests the ultimate in après ski relaxation. With a fitness room, sauna, hammam, Jacuzzi, salt wall, ice fountain and solarium, guests will feel well and truly pampered. Guests can take advantage of the well-equipped ski shop, and the hotel offers a shuttle service within the resort.
The Koh-I Nor has 63 luxurious rooms and suites, all with their own private balconies, bathroom with separate WC. Each room features a flat screen TV, mini-bar, free wifi and private safe.
The Duo Room is a spacious double, some with north west facing balcony.
These rooms can accommodate up to three people and some have north west facing balconies.
The Luxury Rooms are very spacious and can accommodate up to three people.
The Superior Room offers a lot of space and can accommodate up to three people.
Located on the sixth floor with fantastic views, the Junior Suites can accommodate up to four people and have a separate lounge area and alcove room.
These large suites can accommodate up to four people, and are located on the sixth floor, with wonderful Val Thorens views. They have a separate lounge area and alcove room.
|Communicating Family Room||
These rooms can sleep up to five people and are very spacious.
|Prestige Family Room||
Accommodating up to six people, these are perfect for large families.
The Koh-I Nor caters generously for children of all ages. Parents with small babies will find cots, baby sleeping bags, bath thermometers and bottle warmers. The restaurants have children's menus and the bar even has a special drinks menu. Babysitting can also be arranged on request.
The Koh-I Nor has all the features necessary for a pampered and luxury ski vacation. There are three restaurants with Head Chef Eric Samson at the helm; L’atelier d’Eric is the main half board restaurant, although guests who take half board are able to dine at the other two restaurants in the hotel with a credit towards their bill. The large and very sunny terrace is perfect for long lunches, and the impressive wellness facilities include a very large Spa with two swimming pools, fitness room, sauna, hammam, Jacuzzi, salt wall, ice fountain and solarium.
L'Atelier d'Eric, is the main half board restaurant at the hotel and serves a 5 course international menu each night
|Le Diamant Noir||
The bistro 'Le Diamant Noir' serves lighter gourmet fare such as truffles and fois gras
Renowned for its local Savoyard specialties, 'La Cave' serves a wonderful selection of well know dishes, such as fondue, raclette, coupled with a hugely varied choice of regional wines and grand crus. Open every evening from 7.00pm (except Saturdays).
Location & Directions
Val Thorens, France
Val Thorens is the highest of the Three Valley resorts and lies at an altitude of 2300m.
When to go
Val Thorens offers great skiing throughout the winter. The Trois Vallées has both sunny south facing slopes, which are ideal on colder days, and higher more shaded skiing with snow-sure slopes. On one side, the North-facing slopes of Courchevel offer further great skiing and on the other, the Val Thorens valley has some of Europe's highest altitude skiing. Easy access to the entire Three Valleys makes it hard to beat from December through to late April.