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Route D902, 73150 Val d'Isere France
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#2 of 42 in Val d'Isère
The Hotel Spa la TOVIERE, located in the heart of the Espace Killy has just undergone a complete renovation. La TOVIERE welcomes you at the foot of the slopes right in front of the Funival which is the fastest ski-lift in the resort. On the top of its great location the Hotel offers a cosy and modern setting where old woods blend with refined design. The team of la TOVIERE takes good care of you and make sure you enjoy an unforgettable stay in the mountains.
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Paid public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Ski rentals
Books, DVDs, music for children
Hot tub
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Ski In / Ski Out
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Sun terrace
Laundry service
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Soundproof rooms
Private balcony
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Laptop safe
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Portuguese


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Grade: 51 out of 100
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Steve B wrote a review Apr 2022
Lincoln, United Kingdom9 contributions4 helpful votes
Just returned from a fantastic week in La Toviere. The location is excellent, about 150m from the lifts up from La Daille. Access to Val d’Isere centre is either a 25 minute walk or a short bus ride on the free bus that departs every 3 or 4 minutes - it really is that frequent!! The hotel is 4* in every respect but what stood out for us was the staff. They were superb, always smiling and nothing was too much trouble, from reception to bar staff to the restaurant staff - all were brilliant! Last but by far means least, the food was top notch. Always generous portions of delicious starters, main course and dessert! This is beginning to read like an advert for La Toviere but I would add that I ski three/four times a year, often in Val d’Isère but also in other resorts and I would not hesitate to recommend this hotel
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Date of stay: April 2022
Room Tip: Front of the hotel facing the slopes get the afternoon sun
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Nigel_958 wrote a review Apr 2022
London, United Kingdom205 contributions61 helpful votes
We went many times to this hotel when is was run by Mark Warner 20 odd years ago, what a transformation. We loved it because of its location, which of course is still the same, just across the road from the lifts of La Daille. Much easier to ski down here at the end of the day than central Val d’Isere. The hotel has been very nicely refurbished recently. We had a suite at the front facing the slopes (Room 305). We were fortunate that we had a sunny week so could sit on our balcony at the end of the day and watch people ski down. The room was spacious and of a contemporary design. Be aware there is no door to the bathroom and the lack of bedside tables was a bit annoying. It is mystery as to how the room was heated. The ski room was the best we have ever encountered with lockable heated lockers and the lift takes you down to this level. The breakfasts and afternoon teas were excellent but dinner was a bit hit and miss. Some nights it was good and others basically awful. Make sure that you read the menu very carefully, do not assume anything for example one night it said lasagne and that is precisely what you got a slab of lasagne without anything else. The confit of duck however was delicious. The kitchen and restaurant were run by Greeks from a Neilson’s summer hotel so there were plenty of Greek twists to the menu. For dinner you can join a social table to sit with others if you want. The ski guiding was good. The spa is good if you like that sort of thing.
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Date of stay: March 2022Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: Get at room/suite on the front for the sun/view.
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Carol F wrote a review Mar 2022
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Just returned from 2 weeks at Toviere and couldnt fault anything. Staff, rooms, dining, next to slopes, great Spa all superb. Where Neilson fall down is at Head Office where the staff just dont know the configuration of the suites and rooms. Was told Head Office can only request a room as Hotel allocate rooms so you end up with not what you booked. First company I have come across where they dont take into consideration disabled clients needs . Shame as Toviere is great but beware you may not end up with what you booked which could be totally unsuitable for your needs especially if you are disabled.
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Date of stay: March 2022Trip type: Traveled
JJFrier wrote a review Feb 2022
London, United Kingdom53 contributions17 helpful votes
Absolutely loved La Toviere. All the staff were friendly and professional at the same time. The rooms are stylish and modern and beds super comfortable. Impressive pool and spa. The food was also very good - great full breakfasts that were much appreciated. La Toviere feels like and is a family run hotel and you definitely get the sense that staff cares about you. I also loved the location about off the beaten path but with great access to pistes across the street and a short walk or free bus ride into the shops and restaurants in town.
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Date of stay: January 2022Trip type: Traveled
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Deegs83 wrote a review Feb 2022
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We booked this through Neilson as a hotel but when we arrived we realised that it was more than that. The staff were welcoming, the hotel was tastefully decorated with cosy nooks and the bedrooms were so spacious! You could really have the best of both worlds, we had the privacy of a very modern and comfortable bedroom with views of the slopes, we could eat dinner at our own table every night and play scrabble in a corner with a drink downstairs in the open areas. Equally you could sit at the 'social table' and meet new people, join the free guided ski groups or attend the quiz/wine tasting.
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Date of stay: February 2022
James R wrote a review Jan 2022
Oxford, United Kingdom23 contributions48 helpful votes
This is the best ski hotel I’ve ever stayed in. I’ll break it down into the various attributes: Food: I was a bit sceptical about going all inclusive and had expected lasagna and chips and that sort of thing. Absolutely not the case. Every evening meal was delicious - to give you an example we had sole meuniere one night and rack of lamb another! Starters were wonderful (usually a delicious soup or salad) - puddings too. Breakfast was perfect - full English if you wanted, buffet style (gloves and masks mandatory), a breakfast special, pastries, fruit, yoghurt, nuts, a selection of bread - exactly what you’d want. Afternoon tea was particularly welcome. Freshly baked cakes and biscuits, various savoury things (I tended not to go for those) and hot drinks. Room The room was beautiful. Light and spacious, two huge floor to ceiling windows looking over the slopes down into La Daille. A huge, comfortable bed, big wardrobe, space for two arm chairs, beautiful bathroom with rain shower and loads of lovely complimentary toiletries. Staff The staff is a HUGE selling point. Neilson have brought over their Greek staff from the summer beach clubs (Brexit I think) and they’re wonderful. Greek hospitality at its finest. Friendly, attentive, efficient - so happy to chat - and some of the menu has delicious Greek influences too. The walnut cake and revani for afternoon tea for example. Facilities I just wanted to add this bit in so I could mention the spa and boot room. The hotel is such a perfect size - it never feels crowded and we had the pool, jacuzzi and steam room to ourselves for a several nights. The boot room always seemed empty - locker was great - boot dryers - as expected - but no great clattering of boots and skis every morning - always very quiet. We also took advantage of the guiding and the instructor from the Oxygene ski school took us on some great routes and gave some tips along the way. Location The location worked perfectly for us. The hotel is opposite the funival and telecabine so various options to get straight up the mountain. Buses into Val d’Isere stop just opposite the hotel and run very frequently - and go until 3am. Top tip for getting down at the end of the day - ski down to Le Fornet, it’s quieter and you’ll be first on the bus - then back to La Daille in 15 minutes or so. Otherwise the runs down to Val d’Isere or La Daille are okay but sometimes a bit busy. I really can’t recommend the hotel (and Neilson) highly enough - I absolutely loved it and will definitely be back.
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Date of stay: January 2022Trip type: Traveled
Diane S wrote a review Apr 2020
United Kingdom49 contributions23 helpful votes
Sold as a chalet hotel but feels more like a hotel than the traditional chalet hotel. A choice of food at dinner and breakfast and a change from traditional chalet fare (no spag bol!). All the meals were good. We even got an evening meal when we arrived late (around 11pm) after travel delays from the airport. On the downside, being more like a hotel meant that wine isn't included with the meals. All the staff were engaging and helpful and seemed to work well together. I believe this is a new hotel to Neilson and they're doing a great job. Quiz night was fun and encouraged more interaction with other guests, which doesn't happen as naturally as at a chalet hotel. If you wanted, you could easily keep yourselves to yourselves if you preferred. The rooms are lovely, not large but well thought out with more space to hang ski gear and put clothes away than many I've previously stayed in. And nice to stay somewhere with more contemporary decor rather than the traditional red and white on pine. Very well sound proofed. So, despite being on the main road into Val D'Isere and being above the reception area, we were never bothered by noise. (And I'm a light sleeper and easily disturbed). Location is fabulous - opposite the La Daille funicular and gondala, making Tignes and Val D'Isere easily accessible. And being at the end of the bus line, you can always get on the bus up to the town centre and Le Fornet. Would definitely stay again.
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Date of stay: February 2020
Heather B wrote a review Mar 2020
7 contributions1 helpful vote
Standout things: - best food we’ve had on a ski holiday. Varied a la carte menu. As a flexitarian it was ideal to have a good range of veggie options and equally all the meat options were amazing quality and ideal portions! - Room a decent size for a ski resort and very comfortable, modern and clean! - Spa is a fab treat at the end of of the day, always quiet too so never crowded and ideal before dinner to loosen up those muscles after a big ski! - location is IDEAL skiing wise, couple minutes walk from the gondola up and in my opinion the best access to get to tignes or a larger ski area. We were initially worried about staying not in the centre of town but found we didn’t need to leave as the hotel was so good! - the staff were completely amazing at making us feel welcome (Ella is absolutely fab, as is the rest of the bar/ restaurant team James, Sam, Peter and George) and looked after. If anything we found it easier to socialise with the staff than the rest of the guests who were a little quiet than our usual selves! All in all cannot fault the hotel, if you’re looking for a chilled high quality ski holiday this is ideal. If you want something a little more lively/ later nights I’d stay further in central Val.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Traveled
helen7542 wrote a review Mar 2020
Manchester17 contributions6 helpful votes
My boyfriend and I have just returned from a week at La Toviere. Before booking, we considered a hotel in the centre of the village, but we are so glad we chose here. The location is perfect - right in front of either the La Daille lift (with the Folie Duce at the top!) or the Funival (which opens 15mins earlier than the lifts in the village). There are also free shuttle buses which run into the village each 5 minutes (or 10/20mins later on) which are super handy and we never waited more than 5mins for one. There is also a Spar & bakery a 2min walk away from the hotel which was useful! The hotel itself is absolutely stunning - warm, cosy and somewhere you feel you can really switch off after a days skiing. The spa is very relaxing, we both had a massage on the last day which we recommend! The food was the best we have had at a ski hotel - the evening meals were really good quality and afternoon tea was great after coming in from the slopes! All of the staff were really welcoming & can't do enough for you - nothing was too much trouble. All in all, a fantastic hotel which we couldn't recommend enough! We hope to visit again next year. Thank you for a great week! Helen & Jason
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Traveled
Ian Blackburn wrote a review Mar 2020
Grantham, United Kingdom1 contribution
A new flagship hotel for Neilson and it’s lovely. The style is modern but warm and cosy. The rooms are also great and well fitted out. The food is tasty with a new set menu each night and good wines to match. Breakfast is your typical continental with a full cooked option and a special of the day to power you up and down the slopes. The access to the ski area is very easy sand only a couple of minutes walk over the road for the funicular or gondola with very little queuing. At the end of the day the spa is a welcome treat with a pool, jacuzzi, steam and sauna plus nice seating. Again clean and modern in its style and certainly helps with the flagship mark. Finally, the staff are warm, friendly and engaging and really are the star of the hotel. I’d recommend it and will hopefully visit again next year!
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Traveled
$126 - $128 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel La Toviere
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel La Toviere?
Nearby attractions include British Alpine Ski School (0.00 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel La Toviere?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel La Toviere?
Top room amenities include a flat screen TV, a desk, and a fireplace.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel La Toviere?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel La Toviere?
Yes, paid public parking nearby is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel La Toviere?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Trifollet, Restaurant Le Barillon, and La Vieille Maison.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel La Toviere?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a sauna during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Hotel La Toviere?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel La Toviere?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and Portuguese.
Does Hotel La Toviere have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
Is Hotel La Toviere accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.