2 and 3 star hotels are classified as 'standard' and 'comfort' properties in Europe. Though the specifics vary from country to country, they're usually simply furnished, comfortable lodgings with food provided on a B&B or Half Board basis. The Self-Catered apartments that fall under these ratings are generally mid-range – not the most luxurious in the mountains, but not rabbit hutch tiddlers either.
There isn't an official rating system for chalets; if a chalet's listed with 2 or 3 stars it's likely to be comfy and sociable – no frills but perfectly fine for putting your feet up at the end of the day, with a chalet host taking care of all the housework. In the location department, many of our 2 and 3 star properties are first class: With doorstep skiing, a few minutes' walk to the lifts, or slap bang in the centre of resort.
|Accommodation||Resort||% Discount||£ Price (pp)|
|Apart-Hotel Le Chalet Alpina||Tignes||29%||£ 529|
|Hotel Bristol||Saas Fee||28%||£ 659|
|Hotel Club Les Arolles||Val Thorens||25%||£ 589|
|Hotel Le Val Chaviere||Val Thorens||25%||£ 619|
|Hotel Sport||Klosters||25%||£ 729|
|Hotel Gustavia||Chamonix||24%||£ 529|
|Hotel les Balcons (Belle Plagne)||La Plagne||24%||£ 689|
|Hotel Park||Saas Fee||24%||£ 629|
|Hotel Jungfrau Lodge||Grindelwald||22%||£ 569|
|Hotel Serre-Palas||Les Deux Alpes||22%||£ 469|