Stayed here a few weeks ago. Hotel in great location.Across from the gondola. There was a fun train for skiers who stayed further down , which dropped them off by the gondola. The reception area wasn’t very big, but the welcome was second to none. All the ladies in reception were very nice. They would come and check on you in the sitting area or when we were playing pool to see if we needed anything.We did borrow a travel plug from them , free of charge. By reception you had a big seating area. There were books to read or if you wanted some games to play.The lady who checked us in took us around to show you where things were and took us to our room. There is a lift but very small, did manage to get 3 of us and a suitcase in. We were given a small twin room, which was fine. We had one long shared balcony. The room was clean. The bathroom had a shower and handwashbasin in. You needed to be careful in the shower as you could slip. The door was a concertina one which you just pulled across. Toilet was separate.We booked b&b. The cooked breakfast was hot dog sausages ,beans and scrambled egg. Did try the sausage and beans which were fine, but not very hot. You could get a boiled egg as well . They had egg timers and a chart to tell you when the egg was ready formthe way you liked it. Other choices were fresh fruit salad, yoghurts, cheese ,ham, croissants, fruit,different bread along with preserves.We had lunch after check in. Ordered 2 French Onion Soup which came with bread , croutons and cheese. We did think it was going to be melted cheese , but wasn’t. It was expensive at 14 euros each. Didn’t eat there after that. When we were leaving , there was a room to,keep your suitcases and downstairs you could have a shower. There were clean towels and some shampoo and shower gels in the cupboards. There was 2’changing cubicles.In this area as well you had a sauna.Outside there was parking and by there as well was the ski/boot room. You had to have a code to get in. After the lifts closed this hotel was the place to be for apres ski. Plenty of skihire shops a few yards away.
19 March 2019