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3.9 out of 5 based on 14 reviews
Holiday here was really good – it snowed every night and we even had a couple of days of clear skies. The food was pretty good and although it was an old chalet, the experience was decent. The location of the chalet was pretty decent, next to the stair lift and you could get the ski lift into town. + more
Matthew Bluh, Beckenham
4 out of 5
I thought that the Champs Avalins was excellent, I have stayed in more luxurious places but for what you pay you get a lot here. The location is fantastic! It’s on the outside of Val d’Isere, about 5 minutes from the centre. In terms of access to the mountains it’s excellent as you have funicular access ... + more
James Collins, Stockport
4 out of 5
We had an excellent week and thought the chalet was very good. I’ve already recommended it to many friends, although I’ve suggested not going during February (we went during peak season so it was a bit on the expensive side). The accommodation was nice and clean and the staff were very hospitable. The food w... + more
Sally A., Wales
4 out of 5
This was the third time we’d stayed in the Champs Avalins, and we’ve already booked it for next season. The rooms do need a bit of refurbishing (e.g. the curtains had become quite ragged). There wasn’t a hair dryer in the room either, but as soon as we asked at reception we got one straight away. The food et... + more
Anon, Nottinghamshire
4 out of 5
We had a very good Christmas here – the Chalet Hotel itself was OK, and good value for money. The staff were really nice. I think the main criticism I’d have would be that they tried too hard with the food, trying to make it fancy when they weren’t really good enough to pull it off. For example, when the men... + more
Anonymous, London
4 out of 5
Our stay here was pretty good - we had good transfers in nice coaches. Inside the chalet was very tired, it needs some money spending on it. Everything was clean but the room was basic, the decor etc. made it one of the poorest we had stayed in for a while. Meals were pretty good, there was always something hot... + more
Christopher Brown, Chesterfield
4 out of 5
Great food and lots of wine! The meal times were good – it was just me and my partner and we liked the social aspect as they mix you around lots with the other guests. There are several access points to the slopes; the one we used was 100m away. There are also 3 buses which stop outside all day, so it’s easy ... + more
Oliver
4 out of 5
Room was a little dated, but the representatives were fantastic. This is the very first hotel on the right hand side as you come into Val d’Isere, so you have to get a bus into town – but it was fine for us as a last minute holiday. The food was fantastic, this was the first time for us that we’ve had tea an... + more
Tim Fry
4 out of 5
The Chalet Hotel Champs Avalins is brilliant – it was my third stay here and my husband’s fourth, and we’d stay here again. This time round we hadn’t been for a couple of years, but it was nice to go back as we knew what to expect. One thing we like about it is the location, people think it’s out of the wa... + more
The Mocatta’s, London
4 out of 5
The chalet was good and the staff were very friendly, helpful and accommodating if we needed anything. The food was ok, not fantastic but it certainly did the job (we had a couple of vegetarians in our group and the vegetarian food wasn’t anything special). The rooms were good, it’s only a 3 star chalet so it... + more
ANON
4 out of 5
This Chalet Hotel is perfectly comfortable, not the best place we’ve been but certainly not the worst. For what we paid it was fine. The food was reasonable, though breakfasts were a bit of a pain - they didn’t have enough tables for everyone so had to do 2 sittings, so you might come down in the morning and ... + more
Jackie, Surrey
3 out of 5
We had a good Christmas here. The staff and hosts were very good. The hotel is tired but we weren’t surprised by that – the brochure is reasonably accurate. It’s just an older building – probably built in the 70’s… And not much has changed since. For example, electric sockets were hanging off walls and so... + more
Derek
3 out of 5
Whilst perhaps lacking some of the rustic aesthetics of the smaller chalets in Val, this superb chalet-hotel more than makes up for this with its fantastic location. Located in La Daille, the main village is only a five minute bus ride away, and you can ski back to within 50m of the hotel at the end of the day,... + more
Jimmy, Sno Staff
5 out of 5
The food and the staff were really good. It’s not luxury but it was good value. I wouldn’t have been happy if I had paid a high price, but as it was I was happy. The staff did such a good job, they really made it. It was a bit of a pain that they had to have two sittings for dinner (one at 6:30 and one at 8:... + more
Lee Appleby, West Sussex
4 out of 5
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Accommodation
Catered Chalet
Flights Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Overview - chalet description - Chalet Champs Avalins description

NB: Next year chalet catering will be 5 nights catered not 6, for winter 2018/2019 (i.e. guests eat out 2 nights, if staying in this property).

Welcome to Xtra Chalet Champs Avalins! Apart from the advantages of the excellent location at the foot of Val d’Isère’s La Daille slopes, you are assured a genuinely warm welcome from our team of friendly staff, led by an experienced Manager.

In common with the rest of Val d’Isère’s La Daille area, the chalet might not win any awards for the cutest or prettiest exterior in the Alps, but as with all properties, it is the location that really counts! And that’s where the Champs Avalins really scores. You can ski back to within just 50m of the chalet, and each morning you have a choice of lifts right on hand to whisk you up the mountain.

Inside, the Champs Avalins offers a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere. The attractive restaurant on the first floor has views to the piste, and forms the centrepiece of our chalet, setting the scene for our Xtra Chalet catering.

Our residents’ bar is ideal for afternoon, or pre-or post-dinner drinks and is a lively venue for swapping the day’s ski highlights.

In contrast to our other properties, we have two dinner sittings in our dining room, one from 6.30pm for aperitifs, and the other from 8pm, creating a cosier dinner ambience, and giving you the possibility of enjoying more après-ski, either in the early evening on some nights or after dinner on other nights. We will do our best to accommodate your individual preferences and you can state which sitting you prefer (if any) when booking.

Start the day with a full breakfast including cooked and continental options, whilst Afternoon Tea offers a selection of freshly made cakes and a savoury option. Evening meals start with a glass of Prosecco, followed by an appetiser, main course and a choice of cheese or dessert to finish your meal. Families staying in our ‘Xtra-Chalets’ can chose for children to have High Tea at 5.30 or all dine together at a later time. Any child who received a child discount pays the meal upgrade price of £39.

The bedrooms are generally a good size and attractively furnished, and all of them have well appointed shower or bathrooms, most with smart new tiling from floor to ceiling. Most rooms have balconies, many of which are south-facing and overlook the piste where the World Cup Downhill run finishes, and there are some pairs of rooms with an inter-connecting door available on request.


Facilities - Chalet Champs Avalins features

  • Fantastic ski location
  • Skiing virtually to the doorstep
  • High-speed gondola and chairlift approx. 3 minutes' walk (300m)
  • Funival Express funicular approx. 4 minutes' walk (400m)
  • Xtra’ Chalet catering with wine included

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Lower Ground Floor

  • Bar/lounge, ski and boot room

Ground Floor

  • Main entrance, ski and boot room, reception, dining room, kitchen, 2 x wc

First Floor

  • Rooms 100,102, 104,106-110,112, 113
    Twin with bath/wc & balcony
  • Room 101
    Twin/triple with bath/wc and balcony
  • Rooms 103,105
    Double with bath/wc & balcony
  • Room 111
    Double with small shower/wc

Second Floor

  • Rooms 200,202-210,212 &213
    Twin with bath/wc & balcony
  • Room 201
    Twin/triple with bath/wc & balcony

Third Floor

    • Rooms 300,302-310,312-313
      Twin with bath/wc & balcony
    • Room 301
      Twin/triple with bath/wc & balcony

Additional Information

    • Rooms 102 & 103, 104 & 105, 106 & 107, 302 & 303, 304 & 305, 306 & 307 have interconnecting doors which may be unlocked on request if the pairs of rooms are booked by one party.
      Supplements per person per night: Bath/wc & balcony £5;
      No supplement for rooms 110, 111, 112, 113, 210, 212, 213, 310, 312, 313 which are slightly smaller

Meals - food and drink in Chalet Champs Avalins

We set very high standards for our cuisine, and train our staff extensively before the season starts, to ensure that you will thoroughly enjoy every meal on your holiday with us. We also take our Health and Safety responsibilities extremely seriously, so all our chalet and Chalet Hotel staff involved in food preparation are trained to the City & Guilds qualification – Level 2 in Food Safety during the pre-season training course. For six days of the week for our 2017/18 season, and five days of the week for 2018/19, our staff prepare all your meals, as described below.

Breakfast

A good breakfast is essential on a ski holiday, so we provide both a hot option, as well as a continental selection with a choice of cereals or porridge, fruit juices, plentiful tea, coffee and bread (and croissants in France), cold meats, cheese and preserves, which is normally presented buffet-style for you to help yourself. On our staff's day(s) off, only the continental breakfast will be provided.

Piste Picnics

Our Chalet Hotels can also prepare a packed lunch for you on request, at a small local charge. For skiers keen to keep their Euro-spending to an absolute minimum, this is the ideal way to keep your costs down!

Afternoon Tea

The traditional 'welcome home' after a day on the slopes will be laid out for you in your chalet or Chalet Hotel, ready for your return, every day except on the staff's day(s) off. A good cup of tea or coffee is the perfect accompaniment to a delicious slice of freshly home-baked cake and keeps hungry skiers happy until dinner is ready.

Dinner

2017/18 season cuisine

A three-course adult-only chalet dinner starts with Prosseco, followed by an appetiser, main course and dessert, and completed by coffee to round off your evening. Your choice of complimentary quality red and white wines is unlimited during the meal service, and chilled water is also of course always available.

2018/19 season cuisine

Our hosts will cook you a three-course adult only meal 5 nights a week. Consisting of an appetiser, main course and dessert – with unlimited complimentary red, white and rosé wine during service! The staff nights off are a great opportunity to experience some local restaurents and cuisine. Speak to your resort representative for recommendations and help with reservations.

Our Quality Wines

We are very proud of our wine selection for chalets and Chalet Hotels, which combines crisp and fruity whites with medium to full bodied reds, for a variety of palates. In our Chalet Hotels we also offer an additional light fresh rosé to our guests’ choice. We select our wines in conjunction with our good friends Nicolas and Véronique – the third generation in the Perret family’s fine wine business based in the Savoie. Nicolas is a qualified wine expert, having trained at the prestigious Burgundy Wine University in Beaune. Each season in October, Nicolas & Véronique bring over a new selection for us to sample (someone has to do it!) and together we choose our wines for the coming season, based on our menus and their pure enjoyment factor. Wine is an incredibly subjective and emotive subject, however the feedback we have received from our guests over recent seasons endorses our aims of providing wines to enhance your meal and to suit most tastes. We hope you will enjoy them as much as we do!

Children's High Tea

In Chalets and Chalet Hotels with family guests, High Tea provides children under 13 years with a healthy menu, tailored more towards children's tastes and puréed food is available for infants on request. High Tea is at 5.30pm, and children do not join the main adult-only dinner.

Children's High Tea in Chalet Hotels

Families staying in one of our Chalet Hotels may choose to eat separately (High Tea at 5:30pm) or all dine together at the later adult dinner time if children who have received a child discount pay the meal upgrade charge of £39 at the time of booking only.

Vegetarian and Special Diets

Vegetarian options are always on our 'Culinary Choice' menu in our Chalet Hotels, and are available in our chalets - just advise us at time of bookings so that we can ensure that our staff can prepare. Other special diets can generally be catered for at a cost of £35 per person per week. Any dietary requirements must be advised to us at the time of booking in order for us to be fully prepared.

Christmas and New Year

All of our chalets and Chalet Hotels will serve a traditional Christmas dinner with a glass of Champagne to start off the evening. This will include roast turkey with all of the trimmings, Christmas pudding, mince pies, crackers and party hats plus a fantastic Alpine atmosphere in which to enjoy the day.
A special festive menu will also be served on New Year’s Eve, alongside the added bonus that many resorts put on fantastic firework displays. A glass of fizz, whilst watching fireworks over the snow-capped peaks of the Alps.. what better way to bring in the New Year!

NB: Next year chalet catering will be 5 nights catered not 6, for winter 2018/2019 (i.e. guests eat out 2 nights, if staying in this property).

We update Chalet Champs Avalins's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Availability - dates & airports - dates & departure airports - chalet dates & departure airports - Chalet Champs Avalins dates & departure airports

Price per person with: Prices shown are per person based on: Prices shown are per person based on: The prices shown here are per person and based on the following criteria:
Sun 16 Dec 201816/12/18
£640£541
Sun 23 Dec 201823/12/18
£840£830
Sun 30 Dec 201830/12/18
£1270£1180
Sun 06 Jan 201906/01/19
Sold Out 
Sun 13 Jan 201913/01/19
Sold Out 
Sun 20 Jan 201920/01/19
available Gatwick, Stansted, East Midlands, Southampton
Sun 27 Jan 201927/01/19
£885£770
Sun 03 Feb 201903/02/19
£880£830
Sun 10 Feb 201910/02/19
£910£810
Sun 17 Feb 201917/02/19
£1370£1258
Sun 24 Feb 201924/02/19
available Gatwick, Stansted, Birmingham, East Midlands, Manchester, Edinburgh, Southampton
Sun 03 Mar 201903/03/19
£890£780
Sun 10 Mar 201910/03/19
£870£820
Sun 17 Mar 201917/03/19
available Gatwick, Stansted, Birmingham, East Midlands, Manchester, Edinburgh, Southampton
Sun 24 Mar 201924/03/19
£810£740
Sun 31 Mar 201931/03/19
£950£830
Sun 07 Apr 201907/04/19
£1150£980
Sun 14 Apr 201914/04/19
available Gatwick, Stansted, Birmingham, Manchester, Southampton
This package holiday to Chalet Champs Avalins in Val d'Isere, France departs Tuesday 12th December 2017, for a 7 night stay on a "catered chalet" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.
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Resort - about Val d'Isere - about holidays in Val d'Isere - about ski holidays in Val d'Isere - about ski holidays in Val d'Isere France

½ of Espace Killy Fantastic après Traditional chocolate box village Skiable glacier

Ski never-ending pistes and powder, ogle at colossal peaks and cosy Savoie architecture, then end the day with some of the world's most wild and wonderful après ski. Val d'Isere is considered by many to be the best ski resort on earth, and we’re inclined to agree.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Groups Non skiers Catered Chalets

Val d'Isere webcam

Snow Report: Top 260cm, Bottom 115cm

Snow Forecast: 2cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 80.17cm

Val d'Isere trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Chambéry (CMF)145km, 1h45
Geneva (GVA)180km, 2h40
Grenoble (GNB)210km 2h50
Region:France, Alps.
First opened:1934

Val d'Isere lift pass price last reported as €294 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Champs Avalins.
Night skiing: Yes, every Thursday
Val d'Isere has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing October - May.

Town altitude: 1,850m
Top of slopes: 3,300m
Bottom of piste: 1,550m
Vertical drop: 1,900m
Total length of trails:300km
Longest piste:10km (Tignes)
In France's Rhone Alp region, Val d'Isere (pronounce it: val de saire/sare/ser) makes up half of Espace Killy which is widely thought of as one of the most brilliant and beautiful ski areas in the world. In keeping with the attractiveness of its surroundings, the resort itself is a compilation of alpine hamlets made up of cosy wood and stone chalets. With the original village dating back to the 13th century and eye-catching church steeple at its centre, the whole place is truly oozing alpine charm. And while dre...
In Val d'Isere you'll be skiing in the tracks of some of the world's greatest skiers. Olympic medallists Marielle and Christine Goitschel learned to ski there, not to mention triple gold winner Jean-Claude Killy, after whom the wider ski area is named. As an indication of its premier status, the resort has hosted championships including the 1992 Olympics the World Alpine Ski Championships in 2009, along with the World Cup every December. If some of the best skiers in history have learned here, beginners can...
Famed for its après ski, you're unlikely to have a dull evening in Val. The resort has 4 nightclubs including the legendary Dicks T Bar (open from 4pm - 5am). Living up to its name, you'll experience ‘sweet madness' at Le Folie Douce, which boasts some of the best après ski in Europe. “Bananas” is another favourite, well known for its fantastic cocktails and convenient slope-side location. In Val d'Isere's 92 restaurants, you'll find dishes to suit all tastes from traditional Savoyarde indulgence to Marga...

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"Chalet a bit aged but no complaints"

Matthew Bluh, Beckenham
4/ out of 5
Holiday here was really good – it snowed every night and we even had a couple of days of clear skies. The food was pretty good and although it was an old chalet, the experience was decent. The location of the chalet was pretty decent, next to the stair lift and you could get the ski lift into town.

"You get a lot for the price here"

James Collins, Stockport
4/ out of 5
I thought that the Champs Avalins was excellent, I have stayed in more luxurious places but for what you pay you get a lot here. The location is fantastic! It’s on the outside of Val d’Isere, about 5 minutes from the centre. In terms of access to the mountains it’s excellent as you have funicular access to take you into Tignes or Val d‘Isere. The only issue I had – really nitpicking – was that there are so many people staying here that they had two sittings for every meal. Other than that I was thoroughly impressed with the staff and the food. The wines were good, and every evening meal we had was a nice meal. Bedrooms were a bit basic but that’s what you expect of a skiing holiday – and they were comfortable enough. We utilised the facilities. It’s quite a large place with a lot of people staying there, and there wasn’t a lot of space in the bar area for everyone. They could have expanded it if they wanted to by knocking down a couple of walls. However you do have access to a couple of bars in the immediate locale, and it’s only a five minute bus ride to Val d’Isere for more bars. You couldn’t have sat in the restaurant area because the meals didn’t finish until 11pm. This didn’t really affect us as the snow conditions were good so we didn’t want to do too much after skiing all day!

"I've already been recommending it!"

Sally A., Wales
4/ out of 5
We had an excellent week and thought the chalet was very good. I’ve already recommended it to many friends, although I’ve suggested not going during February (we went during peak season so it was a bit on the expensive side). The accommodation was nice and clean and the staff were very hospitable. The food was very good, my only comment is that we had to have split eating times because the dining area could only seat 40 while the chalet hotel slept 80. When we asked if we could have the earlier sitting they catered to us very well, it’s just something that would be useful to know in advance. The location was absolutely fantastic as it only took five minutes to walk to the up lift and we never had to queue. Getting the bus into town was also really straight forward.

"3rd stay in Chaps Avalins"

Anon, Nottinghamshire
4/ out of 5
This was the third time we’d stayed in the Champs Avalins, and we’ve already booked it for next season. The rooms do need a bit of refurbishing (e.g. the curtains had become quite ragged). There wasn’t a hair dryer in the room either, but as soon as we asked at reception we got one straight away. The food etc was excellent, and the staff were superb. The situation/location is brilliant – we never had to wait for the bus service, and we were steps away from the lifts. For the food, staff and location I would give it a 5, though some people might want to have TV’s and telephones they’re not really for us anyway. We love it!

"Good value chalet hotel"

Anonymous, London
4/ out of 5
We had a very good Christmas here – the Chalet Hotel itself was OK, and good value for money. The staff were really nice. I think the main criticism I’d have would be that they tried too hard with the food, trying to make it fancy when they weren’t really good enough to pull it off. For example, when the menu said ‘potato fondant’, you were served a boiled potato… The Christmas dinner was fantastic because it was just good solid food, not trying to be anything special. For what we paid, the dining area and bedrooms were fine. Location is spot on – the funicular is right there, so we could catch the first one up at 9am, then ski back down at dusk. This isn’t a ski in, ski out hotel, but it’s pretty close. La Daille is quiet but fine, and you can reach Val d’isere centre in a 2-5 minute bus ride.

"Basic but clean"

Christopher Brown, Chesterfield
4/ out of 5
Our stay here was pretty good - we had good transfers in nice coaches. Inside the chalet was very tired, it needs some money spending on it. Everything was clean but the room was basic, the decor etc. made it one of the poorest we had stayed in for a while. Meals were pretty good, there was always something hot in the morning for breakfast like an omelette or bacon sandwich as well as the usual continental stuff. They served cakes in the afternoon and the evening meal was cooked on the day – we chose what we were having the night before. The dining room was quite small so they had to have 2 sittings, which was a bit late for my daughter but otherwise ok. It has a good location 100-150m from the lift and you can ski right back to the doorstep, there’s a little supermarket right next door too. We’d been to Val d’Isere before, it has plenty of skiing and variety in a big ski area. The snow was pretty good and the resort wasn’t as busy as expected at half term as you could drop down to Tignes for more skiing.

"Liked the social dining"

Oliver
4/ out of 5
Great food and lots of wine! The meal times were good – it was just me and my partner and we liked the social aspect as they mix you around lots with the other guests. There are several access points to the slopes; the one we used was 100m away. There are also 3 buses which stop outside all day, so it’s easy to get to the town. We booked very last minute and got a great price. Only skied in Bulgaria before and Val d’Isere was a hell of a lot better!

"A good last minute booking"

Tim Fry
4/ out of 5
Room was a little dated, but the representatives were fantastic. This is the very first hotel on the right hand side as you come into Val d’Isere, so you have to get a bus into town – but it was fine for us as a last minute holiday. The food was fantastic, this was the first time for us that we’ve had tea and cake when we come in after skiing. The breakfasts were lovely too.

"Repeat guests of the Champs Avalins"

The Mocatta’s, London
4/ out of 5
The Chalet Hotel Champs Avalins is brilliant – it was my third stay here and my husband’s fourth, and we’d stay here again. This time round we hadn’t been for a couple of years, but it was nice to go back as we knew what to expect. One thing we like about it is the location, people think it’s out of the way in Le Daille but actually the bus service is so good that you’re not far from anything… and it’s also possible to ski down. The Champs Avalins has all the facilities you need, there isn’t much communal seating, but we don’t tend to need that anyway as we usually go out. The dining room isn’t big enough to seat all the guests so they have two different sittings for dinner (the early one’s a bit early, and the late one’s a bit late – but you get to choose which you prefer). Bedrooms are perfectly adequate, though I always say chalet bedrooms could do with more hooks!

"Good chalet in La Daille"

ANON
4/ out of 5
The chalet was good and the staff were very friendly, helpful and accommodating if we needed anything. The food was ok, not fantastic but it certainly did the job (we had a couple of vegetarians in our group and the vegetarian food wasn’t anything special). The rooms were good, it’s only a 3 star chalet so it’s never going to be top notch but we got what we paid for. The WiFi was pretty rubbish and the bar downstairs is alright but not the most comfortable bar in the world… I thought the prices would be cheaper than in resort but they weren’t really any different. As long as you’re aware that this is La Daille and not the centre of Val d’Isere, it’s a good location. There’s only a small supermarket in La Daille, if you wanted more shopping you’d have to go into Val d’Isere, there aren’t any bars either but we have young kids so this wasn’t a problem. Getting around La Daille itself is a doddle as is getting on the bus or taking the first lifts.

"CH Champs Avalins feb 2016"

Jackie, Surrey
3/ out of 5
This Chalet Hotel is perfectly comfortable, not the best place we’ve been but certainly not the worst. For what we paid it was fine. The food was reasonable, though breakfasts were a bit of a pain - they didn’t have enough tables for everyone so had to do 2 sittings, so you might come down in the morning and not be able to get a seat. That wasn’t the main problem though, it was things like there being no coffee cups left. People were always in a rush to get out and they just needed to be more efficient. Our bedroom was a bit tired, and one bathroom had mould all over the ceiling. My main gripe is that there weren’t enough hooks – when you’re skiing you always need hooks as you have so much stuff to hang up. The amount of space in the cupboards and wardrobes was fine though. I wouldn’t say the chalet hotel is ski in, ski out, but it’s as close as you can get.

"Christmas in Val d'Isere"

Derek
3/ out of 5
We had a good Christmas here. The staff and hosts were very good. The hotel is tired but we weren’t surprised by that – the brochure is reasonably accurate. It’s just an older building – probably built in the 70’s… And not much has changed since. For example, electric sockets were hanging off walls and some of it looked like it wasn’t very clean, which wasn’t a reflection on the staff but more the age of it. Everything else about it was good – the location is fantastic - it was just tired. But we got what we were expecting and didn’t feel misled at all. It reflected the price we paid and when you consider how much it costs it’s fine.

"Best value slopeside chalet hotel bar none"

Jimmy, Sno Staff
5/ out of 5
Whilst perhaps lacking some of the rustic aesthetics of the smaller chalets in Val, this superb chalet-hotel more than makes up for this with its fantastic location. Located in La Daille, the main village is only a five minute bus ride away, and you can ski back to within 50m of the hotel at the end of the day, but that's not the best of it! You can almost fall into the La Daille gondola when you leave in the morning, and the slopes of Tignes are only two lifts away. It’s the "perfect" base for those looking to make the most of the entire Espace Killy ski area, and what’s more, the infamous Folie Douce mountain club is conveniently located just up the mountain on your last run home! No the most salubrious of chalets, but you simply can't get better value for such a slopeside location in the world's top ski resort!

"For the money we paid for it, it was really good"

Lee Appleby, West Sussex
4/ out of 5
The food and the staff were really good. It’s not luxury but it was good value. I wouldn’t have been happy if I had paid a high price, but as it was I was happy. The staff did such a good job, they really made it. It was a bit of a pain that they had to have two sittings for dinner (one at 6:30 and one at 8:30) – the first sitting was a bit too early and the second one you ended up having to wait a long time for something to eat in the evening. They needed a little more space really. The bar area is very, very small, as is the boot room (the smallest I’ve ever seen). During the welcome meet people were having to stand on the stairs because the bar area was so small. The drinks at the hotel bar were a bit expensive too. There is a complex with some bars nearby and I wish we had realised this earlier, we didn’t really get to go to them because we only discovered them at the end of the holiday. One of the bars was overlooking the slopes as well. Our room was ok. It was at the back overlooking the piste and the drone of the snow cannons was difficult to sleep through at night. The free wine at dinner was very good and I needed it to get to sleep! The hotel’s location was really great. You just had to walk past the complex with the bars and the supermarket and you were at the slopes, about 250 yards walk. It’s not in the main part of the resort, but you can take the bus up to the resort and the bus is brilliant, it runs all night. You can ski back down into the resort and the runs over at the chalet hotel are easier to ski down at the end of the day than the two main ones that take you back into the main town. You can also take the funicular back down to the hotel.
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