Sunday 19 June 2022 - Monday 19 September 2022
Friday 02 December 2022 - Monday 10 April 2023
Tuesday 01 February 2022 - Sunday 01 January 2023
Friday 10 February 2023 - Monday 01 January 2024
Friday 01 April 2022 - Monday 31 October 2022
Tuesday 01 November 2022 - Friday 31 March 2023
The gastronomic restaurant, La Table de l’Alpaga awarded with 2 Michelin stars, provides delicious dishes prepared by our Chef Anthony Bisquerra, who puts the mountain in the spotlight, and offers a contemporary and elegant setting. Le Bistrot de l'Alpaga, our second restaurant, is an ideal place for a lunch, an informal dinner or to enjoy cocktails with friends.
The restaurant, «Récif», one Michelin star, on the roof terrace of Les Roches Rouges overlooks the sea, from which the Chef naturally draws his inspiration to offer dinner guests refined Mediterranean dishes, which change according the morning’s catch. A second restaurant «La Plage» serves an authentic, simple, generous Mediterranean menu.
The restaurant offers a French bourgeoise cuisine where the Chef likes revisiting the classics of French gastronomy. Le Fitz Roy restaurant offers a magnificent seafood buffet every Thursday to enjoy on the terrace with a southern exposure that promises magical moments.
La Brasserie du Val Thorens offers on a warm atmosphere of a classic bistro, with a traditional French cuisine, cooked with tastefully fresh products. La Fondue is the perfect place to enjoy specialties of the region on an authentic and charming Savoy restaurant.
The gastronomic restaurant, La Bastide de Capelongue, one Michelin star, invites the senses to awaken: plates with perfect graphics, dishes with delicate scents and buds going wild with joy for the flavours of Luberon. La Bergerie, the hotel’s second restaurant offers a traditional menu to discover the authentic Provencal cuisine.
The large vaulted room of the Moulin houses the bistronomic restaurant which offers a menu made from local and seasonal products.
Zucchinis, wild thyme, peas, mint, beans, flowers... grow at the end of the stove, in the garden. The vegetable is the first to be used. Fish or meat take second place. The usual order changes. So does the manifestation of the region. Millimetre, certainly, but above all sensitive, inspired... (Re)creations.
More than a brasserie, a restaurant. Raw wooden chairs, velvet benches and a cosy setting now dress it up. The menu follows. Rillettes of lake fish, snails in watercress velouté, blueberry chutney on semi-cooked foie gras and other bourgeois dishes are a real treat.
With the Mediterranean just below, Roches Rouges puts on its blue-tinted spectacles when updating its Michelin-starred restaurant. Beginning with the menu. The catch of the day brings succulent seafood and briny juices to the plate. Perfectly accompanied by edible flowers and assorted vegetables from our shores. Precise and precious, Provençal cuisine is forging a new path, from sea to land.
Olive and anchovy pissaladière, chilled vegetable ratatouille, braised lamb with roasted aubergine caviar... Provençal’s culinary traditions set the scene on this terrace facing the sea where authentic, timeless dishes are begging to be shared... or not.
Le Fitz Roy restaurant is one of the oldest dining establishments in Val Thorens. The Chef and his team create recipes inspired by traditional French cuisine, made with seasonal produce sourced from local growers to create inventive dishes to be enjoyed in good company.
Le Val Thorens serves inventive, hearty cuisine. The chef celebrates the taste of fresh produce in his simple, tasty and refined “brasserie” dishes. The menu changes according to the market selection and the seasons. Dishes can be enjoyed on the sunny terrace at midday or in the dining room for cosy meals with family and friends. The vegetarian menu is produced to the same demanding standards.
La Fondue serves traditional Savoyard fare. In the evening, this warm, friendly restaurant offers typical Alpine specialities and regional produce, including fondue, raclette and tartiflette.
A new chapter. Another style of gastronomic cuisine emerges. Still based on the terroir. With even more intensity and depth. Agnolotti pasta filled with Brousse cheese and served with baby purple artichokes; pork loin served with verbena apricots; honey pancakes served with pistachio praline and lavender sorbet... A fresh approach.
From Wednesday the 14th of December 2022 to Sunday the 9th of April 2023.
Open for dinner from Wednesday to Sunday, 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Open from Friday the 02nd of December 2022 to Monday the 10th of April 2023.
Open everyday, lunch from 12pm to 2.30pm and dinner from 7pm to 10pm
From Thursday the 01st of December 2022 to Sunday the 16th of April 2023
Open daily for lunch from 12pm to 2:30pm & for dinner from 7pm to 9pm
From Friday the 25th of November 2022 to Sunday the 30th of April 2023
Open daily for lunch from 12pm to 6pm & for dinner from 7pm to 9:30pm
From Friday the 25th of November 2022 to Sunday the 30th of April 2023.
Open daily for dinner from 7pm to 9.45pm
From May 13th 2023 to November 12th 2023
Open from Wednesday to Sunday, from 7:15pm to 9:15pm
From April 06th 2023 to November 12th 2023
Open daily for lunch from 12:15pm to 2:30pm and dinner from 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Open 7 days a week
Until October 16th
From noon to 1.30pm & from 7pm to 9.30pm
From May 265th 2022 until August 29th 2022
Reopening in 2023
From Thursdays to Mondays, 7pm to 9.30pm
From Friday the 9th of December 2022 to Sunday the 16th of April 2023
Every day for dinner from 7pm to 9pm.
From February 1st to January 1st 2023
From February 10th 2023 to January 1st 2024
Breakfast is served between 7.30 and 10;30am.
Lunch is served between noon and 2.15pm.
Dinner is served between 7 and 9.15pm.
From Friday the 02nd of December 2022 to Monday the 10th of April 2023.
From Thursday to Sunday, service at 7:30pm.
Open 7 days a week
Unti November 13th
From noon until 9pm
With its dark stone decor, the Spa is a quiet heaven of tranquility and well-being, featuring a gym area, a hammam, a leisure pool with massage jets and treatment cabins. Outside, enjoy the Scandinavian bath overlooking Mont-Blanc and sauna.
Fancy a sauna, massage, Turkish bath, a large Jacuzzi. This is the perfect place to end a day in the mountains. L’Hôtel des 3 Vallées Spa offers all of these facilities and services in a wood-panelled area exclusively reserved for hotel guests, a perfect setting to unwind and relax before enjoying the resort’s nightlife.
The hotel benefits from two swimming pools: a natural seawater measuring almost 30 metres long cut into the coastal rock and a swimming lane. The Spa offers many massages and treatments.
The spa du Fitz Roy awaits you for a moment out of time. Between a reading session by the fireplace and a contemplative break to admire the surrounding peaks, enjoy a moment for yourself to offer you tailor-made treatments, guaranteeing a unique experience. Located around a vast square pool, the Spa is set in fully mineral surroundings. Discreet and elegant, its decor is an interplay of elegant green slate and sanded spruce. Health and beauty treatments, the swimming pool, a sauna and steam bath all offer the opportunity to recover from a day on the slopes or to relax when the weather isn’t quite right for skiing.
After a day of skiing, the Spa du Val Thorens awaits you for a moment out of time. In a zen and refined universe and discover a sauna imagined as a spruce cabin, steam room designed as a space dug into the rock and one of the largest indoor pools in the resort that opens on the mountains in
loss of view.
Capelongue has two outdoor swimming pools with views, one facing Bonnieux and another one carved out of the Claparèdes rock for great lengths under the blue sky of Provence. The Spa invites you to regenerate body and mind with quality treatments and products.