Hotel Bel’Alpe, Morzine

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3.3 out of 5 based on 3 reviews
Location-wise the Bel Alpe was quite convenient – we were skiing so it was about a seven minute walk to walk to the bottom of either the Pleney or Super Morzine lifts. We are quite used to ski in / ski out chalets and hotels and this was only the second place where we’ve had to traipse out to the slopes and n... + more
Rob and Jackie, Merseyside
4 out of 5
The hotel isn’t a big, shiny lodge but it isn’t priced as such. Everything was comfortable enough, it was all very clean and the staff were very friendly. There were only a few small things that would have made it better e.g the bath could have done with having a shower curtain (we had an over bath shower) bu... + more
Wilson, Glasgow
4 out of 5
The hotel was OK. The beds were comfy and it was warm. Other than that though there were a lot of problems. They didn’t know what a vegetarian was, and me and my friend are both veggies. They kept trying to serve us meat, and they didn’t have definite vegetarian options. I was served something completely diff... + more
Jenny Cochrane, Jersey
2 out of 5
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Location - where is Hotel Bel’Alpe

Situated under 3 minutes' walk (250m) to both the Super Morzine and Pleney gondolas for easy access to the Avoriaz and Pleney/Les Gets ski areas

Overview - hotel description - Hotel Bel’Alpe description

The Bel'Alpe is a delightful hotel within easy reach of all the resort's attractions and amenities. This friendly hotel exudes a cosy, homely atmosphere and offers a good standard of comfort and cuisine and, where you are guaranteed a warm welcome. The Bel'Alpe is great value and ideal for groups, couples and families alike. The fantastic location, under 3 minutes' walk to both ski gondolas provides easy access to the Avoriaz and Pléney/Les Gets ski areas.


Families - any extra notes for parents with children

  • Child's Menu
  • Cots & Linen
  • Highchairs in restaurant
  • Hotel family friendly

Facilities - Hotel Bel’Alpe features

  • Situated under 3 minutes' walk (250m) to both the Super Morzine and Pleney gondolas for easy access to the Avoriaz and Pleney/Les Gets ski areas
  • Lounge and bar
  • Sauna
  • Car park
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Ski storage room
  • No lift
  • Sauna
  • Games room
  • Lounge area
  • Table tennis
  • WiFi
  • Garden
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Safe deposit box
  • Car parking - outdoor

Public Facilities

Please note AMEX not accepted


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • No. of rooms: 22
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 3
  • Annex:

    N/A

  • Official rating: 3
  • Bedrooms:
  • The tastefully decorated bedrooms are twins or doubles (please specify your preference when booking) have bath or shower, balcony, satellite TV, bathrobes, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and telephone.
  • Family rooms have a separate cabin room with bunk beds for adults or children and have a bath (with showerhead attachment).
  • Single rooms with shower and balcony are also available.

Bedroom facilities

  • Availability of a cot
  • Bathrobes
  • Cable or satellite programmes
  • Hairdryer
  • Tea or coffee making facilities
  • Telephone
  • Wireless internet

Accessibility

  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: No
  • Access ramp: No

Meals - food and drink in Hotel Bel’Alpe

  • No of restaurants: 1
  • Dress code for restaurants:

    Casual

  • Breakfast service:

    Hot and cold buffet breakfast

  • Dinner service:

    Very good 4 course evening meals. Savoyard evening once per week. Christmas and New Year gala dinners included

Board basis options available

  • Half Board
We update Hotel Bel’Alpe'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.
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Resort - about Morzine - about holidays in Morzine - about ski holidays in Morzine - about ski holidays in Morzine France

Family ski destination Traditional Savoyard charm 650km interconnected pistes

Morzine ski holidays ooze traditional Savoyard charm. With a variety of terrain in the huge 650km Portes du Soleil area, Morzine is a ski resort that pairs modern snow sports with authentic character. Famous for its' warm welcome to families and groups, traditional wood and slate Morzine chalets nestle snugly into the beautiful Portes du Soleil mountainside.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Beginners Families non skiers

Morzine webcam

Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 5cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 60.33cm

Morzine trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Geneva (GVA)90km, 1h30
Region:France, Alps.
First opened:1934

Morzine lift pass price last reported as Morzine 6 day(Adult 6 day): €163
Portes du Soleil (Adult 6 day): €225. Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Bel’Alpe.
Night skiing: Yes
Morzine has N, S, E, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1,000m
Top of slopes: 2,466m
Bottom of piste: 1,000m
Vertical drop: 1,466m
Total length of trails:120km
Longest piste:11km
While the charming alpine atmosphere will make you feel like you've stepped into a traditional winter wonderland, you'll find that Morzine is a contemporary resort with all mod-cons. The huge range of shops, restaurants, pubs, clubs and off-slope activities pretty much have everything for everyone and contribute to the friendly, buzzing village life. There's more to do on and off the slope than you can shake a ski pole at, including loads of activities for non-skiers, and après ski is lively and varied. Highl...
The scale of the mountain terrain is impressive and with the Portes du Soleil pass, seemingly endless. All abilities are catered for well and to top it off, you can heli-ski, speed ride and go night skiing on the Pleney. With excellent ski schools and conveniently located nursery slopes, Morzine is popular for novices. You'll find lots of gentle greens and easy blues for snowploughing including Gernes and Proclo. Beginner boarders are in expert hands too: Mint Snowboarding is a top school specialising in snowb...
Because it's a great resort for those with children in tow, the high quality of après ski in Morzine is often overlooked. You'll find a lively, friendly atmosphere after hours with a good range of venues to suit everyone (and with fantastic childcare services on offer, even parents can sample the nightlife). In terms of places to drink in Morzine, Le Robinson is a popular vintage bar offering a relaxed atmosphere. Crowds tend to gather at the foot of the slopes to party in Le Tremplin while local beers and cock...

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"Would certainly go back again if we were using Morzine as a ski resort."

Rob and Jackie, Merseyside
4/ out of 5
Location-wise the Bel Alpe was quite convenient – we were skiing so it was about a seven minute walk to walk to the bottom of either the Pleney or Super Morzine lifts. We are quite used to ski in / ski out chalets and hotels and this was only the second place where we’ve had to traipse out to the slopes and not physically be able to walk out the main door and ski, but it was OK for us. There is a ski locker on the lower level of the hotel but I would suggest if you’re hiring skis that you do what we did and hire from a shop almost opposite the lifts (about a minute’s walk) and we could drop our skis there and walk back. Morzine is quite hilly so when you walk in from the road, you’ve already walked up or down a hill (depending which lift you come from). The roads were all kept very clear and they use the snow ploughers a lot. If people have access difficulties, there are some steps you have to go up to get to the front door (a flight of 4, then a plateau, then another flight of 2). Inside was comfortable with traditional style decor throughout – some people would say the decor needs updating but it was all clean and tidy and the staff were very friendly and helpful. We had a good selection of meals and the food was well cooked. Breakfast was a buffet of continental stuff, it wasn’t your normal British breakfast which some people might want, but was fine for us as we’re used to eating in France, Spain etc. They had things like cereals, cold meats, cheeses, bread, toast, coffee, tea, fresh fruit, fruit juices, overall a very good selection. The evening meal was varied, again it was local French food and again we’re OK with that as we’re used to it. The portions were good sizes and the service was generally good –we were here at the start of the new season and on the first night the new staff were a bit slow but by the next day it was all sorted out. They had a good selection of wines, with cheapish ones but likewise good quality options if you want them. The hotel also has a nice bar as you come in. Noise-wise there were no real issues, obviously you have the morning snow plough but that’s not much of a problem and it’s good that the roads are kept so clear. There is WiFi access available in the hotel (certainly downstairs, not sure about the rooms). We had our 19 year old daughter with us so you came into the bedroom off the landing and had the loo on your left, the bathroom on your right and then as you walk down, 2 bunks (which my daughter had one of). You then go through the concertina door into the main bedroom where you had the balcony. We were fortunate as we had a balcony looking up the hill (we were on the side of the hotel on the main Morzine road) and the heating was good. The room size was fine with 3 of us, if there were 4 of us and we had very wet snow, we wouldn’t have had much room for hanging up stuff.

"Sensible price for what you get, we had a good week"

Wilson, Glasgow
4/ out of 5
The hotel isn’t a big, shiny lodge but it isn’t priced as such. Everything was comfortable enough, it was all very clean and the staff were very friendly. There were only a few small things that would have made it better e.g the bath could have done with having a shower curtain (we had an over bath shower) but we knew about these before we got there and for the money we paid it wasn’t tatty. The location wasn’t bad at all, it was just what we were looking for in terms of a little bit of quiet. It’s not the place to stay if you wanted to go nuts every evening so I wouldn’t recommend it to a group of lads, but for couples and families it’s ideal. It took us less than 5 minutes to walk to the main lift and you could wander everywhere you wanted around Morzine as the resort isn’t that big. We enjoyed the food, they had an a la carte menu with a couple of choices each evening and they always did a veggie option for me. Breakfast wasn’t a big American spread or anything but it was very tasty with cereal, toast, eggs etc – just what I would expect from a hotel at that price point.

"Don't come here if you are vegetarian..."

Jenny Cochrane, Jersey
2/ out of 5
The hotel was OK. The beds were comfy and it was warm. Other than that though there were a lot of problems. They didn’t know what a vegetarian was, and me and my friend are both veggies. They kept trying to serve us meat, and they didn’t have definite vegetarian options. I was served something completely different to my other vegetarian friend each meal time. The food wasn’t great. The portions were tiny. One time I was served a bowl of peas as a main course. We ended up eating out a lot because we were left hungry by the small portions and bad food. The staff were awful. We saw them folding the napkins up and reusing them after people had wiped their mouths on them! It was the first week of the season and they were all over the place. We actually stayed two weeks and it did improve during the second week, and the food did get better. Also there was a problem with the temperature of the showers and they scolded you. The ski lockers downstairs smelt funny too. We did manage to have a good holiday, Morzine is lovely, but I wouldn’t recommend this hotel.
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