Have your corporate conference in a French ski resort – and learn to ski!

Many people have ski holidays in the French Alps – isn’t it time your business got in on the act?

With the every-increasing globalization of the world economy, businesses have both the opportunity and the incentive to run conferences and team-building exercises in new venues such as the French ski resort of Val Thorens. This beautiful Alpine retreat has long been a favourite destination for ski holidays in the French Alps but it’s also very well-suited to catering to corporate clients. The ski resort itself has a wide range of amenities and accommodation types, including 5 star hotels and chalets. Excellent shopping, dining and nightlife are an added plus. And then there’s the skiing! As Val Thorens is high up in the French Alps, it has excellent snow cover. Many people come here for ski holidays because of the superb system of lifts giving access to a vast ski area, part of the 3 Vallées ski domain. If many of your clients or staff members are novice skiers, don’t worry – there are plenty of ski schools and green runs, creating an ideal environment for beginners.

 

 

 

Find cheap ski holidays and save on your firm’s incentives budget!

It’s important to reward your staff, but it doesn’t always come cheap. Foreign travel is one of the most appreciated rewards a company can offer, but a trip to a French ski resort may sound like it’s out of your reach. Well, cheap ski holidays in the French Alps are no mirage – as long as you do your research. It’s a great idea to go directly to the ski resort that you’re interested in visiting, making contact either by telephone or browsing their website. For example, on the Val Thorens internet site, there’s a special section devoted entirely to cheap ski holidays, packages and deals.

Offers include:

  • A winter events package
  • A ‘highlights’ package
  • A ‘fun & excitement’ package

 

Naturally, all these packages can be booked directly online.

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