Reviewed 5 May 2016
Not bad at all, the location is excellent for access to the centre and the likes of lifts were just behind. There’s a bus stop just up the street which was excellent and I didn’t have much trouble getting around at all. The meals were smashing, I can’t complain at all about the food the folk and chalet staff served.
My only criticisms are a few small things, the bedroom doors had locks but no keys, and with no safe you couldn’t leave things securely. The fire didn’t work upstairs due to the chimney being blocked by snow, but I guess that’s one of those things.
Apart from that there aren’t many negatives. The staff were excellent, always helpful and attentive.
Reviewed 20 Apr 2016
I can honestly say my son and I had a brilliant week – even from when we'd just arrived at the airport and were picked up for transfers, the whole process was seamless! The coach on the transfer was half empty so we could stretch out, and when we arrived at the chalet there was food ready and waiting. The whole stay was really, really good and we enjoyed being there.
Food-wise, they did different meats every day (chicken, fish, ham), plus a vegetarian choice if you so desire it. Then you have petit fours, starters and pudding either side of it. That’s all after the cake and coffee they serve when you come in from skiing, which is one of the reasons we like staying in a chalet so much.
It was nice to be in a smaller group where we could get to know other folk staying there and chill together.
We shared a twin room - the bedroom wasn’t big to be honest, but there was plenty of room for us to get up and ready in the morning so it was fine.
At one point we skied to the door because there was snow on the road, but generally you could literally ski to within 100m of the door, and if you didn’t want to do the journey over on skis, the bus would drop you right outside.
In all a good week, and we got a great deal from SNO – it was absolutely fantastic in terms of what we paid.