Novotel Val Thorens

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Place de la Lombarde, Val-Thorens, Rhone-Alpes, 73440, France
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finding a hotel

by janholder

I'm looking for a hotel near the Soane River, or the Quai Claude Bernard Dock.
It is approximately 35 Km from the airport.

I'm also looking for a hotel that is moderate in price.
thank you.
Jan Holder

Re: finding a hotel

by puerto_lover

Re: finding a hotel

by plancarpin

Hi Jan!
concerning your hotel, you can also browse the search engine of the tourism office.
English page here:
Quai Claude Bernard do not have any accor hotel close by. Concerning Saone banks, you have the 2 choices, either Presqu'ile side (left bank) or Vieux Lyon (right bank, old part of town). The later is the noisiest by far.
If you give me a budget , and a time frame,I can narrow the offer to a couple of hotel you can choose from.
I'm leave to Greenland this sunday
kind regards from Lyon

Travel Tips for Lyon

The first site to visit in the...

by youl69

The first site to visit in the city:
The Vieux Lyon or Old city: three paved quarters of the old part (St Georges, St jean and St Paul)caracterized by the exceptional architectural ensemble of Renaissance (period of free trade fairs for silk merchants and bankers) and Middle age periods.
Old Lyon is a lively quarter along the river Saône: living museums (puppet shows), art boutiques and markets , pubs, restaurants like the famous 'bouchons' (traditionnal lyoneese restaurants)
Traboules which are typical in this area, unique feature:These are narrow, secret passages which allow access from lane to lane by passing triugh several buildings.
Some other marvels of this typical architecture red, gold, orange, pink...: courtyards, spiral stairs, lookout towers like the pink tower and the St jean Cathedral.
Upon the Hill which dominates Old Lyon : Fourviere Hill with its basilica and nice panorama (180°) of the whole city and the Alps (the basilica was built in 1896 decorated with mosaic , marble...)and gallo-roman theatres where Lugdunum (Lyon) was founded in 43 B.C.
There is an authentical funiculaire from 1900(or cable car) which allow people to reach the hill.
Back to down town, as you already know,the city is separated by 2 rivers ; the Rhône and the Saône , between those 2: the Presqu'ile or the Peninsula (the Classical period 19th century ) rich in cultural events (Festival of dance, opera house, theatre...)Enjoy its squares (Bellecour square where the tourist office is) , parcs , gardens nice museums, art galleries, markets on quaysides, shopping area, nightlife...
Not to be missed: Festival of lights every year on the 8th of december and festival of 'Les nuits de fourviere' (Fourviere nights) every year too from june to september.Concerts,theatre plays, dance shows in the gallo-roman theatres and every 2 years the Biennales of Dance (2002) and modern art(2003)!
Restaurants: if you want to taste lyonnese gastronomy (Gourmet delight...).Try bouchons which are in the old city and in the paved streets of the Presqu'ile (Maronniers st. and Merciere st.). Meals are cheap ! But if you are vegeterian or on diet, don't try !!!...
Finally, a lat hill to discover in the north of the Peninsula: Croix-Rousse Hill, the silk quarter.In the 19 th century , silkweavers called canuts came in this area to create fabrics.You can still visit some authentical fabrics.
Visit the labyrinth of lanes and traboules ponctuatted by amazing panoramic view of the whole city.
and many,many sites to see... The old city atmosphere...
the paved streets, restaurants, markets...

Palais du Facteur de Cheval

by b1bob

The Palais Idéal du Facteur Cheval in Hauterives in the department of Drôme in central France is my kind of palace. It was built by and for a hard working man as opposed to royalty. This palace was built by a mail carrier who, during years of mail delivery, collected stones of all shapes and sizes during his daily route by wheelbarrow of 40 miles (66 km.) through Drôme. With enough stones and shells, he bound them together with cement and built the palace you see in 1912.

restaurent- bar - internet café

by Yso about Le bout du monde

I just discovered this one and have to share it with you!

This is a bar/restaurent that also has some internet connections available for 5 euros an hour.

The environment is excellent, you can sit out on the pavement on a sofa and drink your beer or sip a cappucino while you check your e mails inside.

International newspapers also available for clients Pasta salads and tapas

Open tues to thurs 9.30am to 9 pm
fri & sat 9.30am to midnight
sunday 11am to 3pm for brunch


by miaou

PLACE DES TERRAUX This is where you'll see 17th century Hôtel de Ville (town hall). During summer time, cafes lined up and children take a splash with water that spurts from the ground.

An Example of Very Early Romanesque Sculpture

by hquittner

In about 1050, talented stone workers at the Abbey in Moissac, who also worked at the church of St. Sernin in Toulouse, began to make bas-relief sculptures into the stones of the capitals and on stone walls and thus an old art form returned. One or more of the subsequent generations of this school occasionally did a few works elsewhere. One of the first, two capitals, are on the east end of the nave above the pilasters at St.-Martin's church in Lyon, made about 1100. These are older than those extensively created at Autun and Vezelay. The capital on the right depicts the original sin and then the banishment. On the left side is the murder of Abel and St. Michael slaying a dragon. On the short side of the block is a picture of Jesus offering Redemption.


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 Novotel Val Thorens

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Novotel Val-thorens
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Address: Place de la Lombarde, Val-Thorens, Rhone-Alpes, 73440, France