Le Hameau du Kashmir

Val Thorens, France

The Himalayan region of ‘Kashmir’, in the North West of India, has a rocky landscape with mountains that are permanently covered in snow. The Hotel's aim was to use these distant influences, along with some from the Savoie, to create the ambiance for your stay in Val Thorens. Located at the entrance to the resort, Le Hameau du Kashmir enjoys uninterrupted, panoramic views and gets the best of the sunshine.
Mountain & Ski

Hotel guide


  • The hotel suites are actually 40 to 80m2 large. They are made up of two separate bedrooms, a living room, balcony, 2 bathrooms and toilets. Either on one single floor, a duplex or with a mezzanine, these spacious suites allow you to enjoy a great family holiday.
  • 1 bathrobe, 1 pair of slippers and 1 bath towel per person, 1 unlimited WiFi access, Hairdryer, Heated towel rail, Telephone with direct line, DVD player, Flat screen TV one in the living room and one in one bedroom, Safe
  • Extra services: Laundry, Massage and beauty treatments, inside parking, Ski hire in the ski shop

Our favourite

  • Nohèm Spa: Get relaxed and let yourself be carried away by the therapist throughout a sensuous spa trip with techniques passed down from generation to generation

Wine & Dine

  • Le Yack a restaurant where you will discover a selection of the finest pieces of butcher after different varieties of French meat
  • The Karmin, a decor of the Himalayan region of Kashmir. Homemade cocking for avid fooders to discover French products.  Le Bar a relaxing place for a cocktail or a nice cup of chocolate
  • Le Petit Dejeuner is served in Le Yack or The Karmin


  • Kjus skiwear is the eye-catcher of the season


  • Double Rooms from € 218 / day, including breakfast

Local guide

Worth getting out of bed for • If you want a special day get in touch with Helijet a helicopter company offering tours, flights, transfers and heli skiing days in and around the Tarentaise and Maurienne Valleys as well as helicopter tours of Mont Blanc. Lovely Restaurants
  • Jean Slupice youngest chef in france to be awarded Two michelin stars
  • The Epicurien showcases seasonal food from traditional producers, with the accent on fish and seafood

Coolest bars & clubs

  • Saloon is a lively bar, which sometimes has live music at apres-ski. Later on, there's often dancing. It specializes in cocktails
  • Tango this bar has long been popular in Val Thorens
  • Malaysia Bar/Club alternates DJ Sets and Live Music

When to go

  • You will never miss out snow during December and April since the altitude guarantees perfect conditions. If you want to enjoy sun go in March or April

Don't miss

  • Ski to the two remaining valleys of Meribel and Courchevel. You will be impressed by this endless ski resort

How to get there

  • Fly to Chambéry (2h), Grenoble, Geneva, Lyon (2 1/2h)
  • SNCF train station: Moûtiers-Salins (45 min)
  • Drive to Moûtiers and take up the twisting road to Val Thorens