Chalet Cherrier Reviews

6 reviews of Chalet Cherrier in Val d'Isere, France.

Voted 63rd out of 101 reviewed chalets in Val d'Isere France

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Kevin Smith has written 1 review and been voted helpful 2 times

Chalet Cherrier

Reviewed 14 Oct 2014

It's the second trip to Chalet Cherrier in the last twelve months and we were very impressed again with the staff even though the team were completely different from last time. They were all excellent Nia, James, Harry and Sam, very helpful and ensured everyone in the chalet were happy....all week. The rep Laura was excellent too helpful and clear and she helped arrange snowboard lessons for us when we had little success....The only downside again was the access road to the chalet which gets treacherous with the ice and the very, small boot room.

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The Pfaffmeister has written 1 review and been voted helpful 2 times

One of the best located chalets in one of the best ski resorts in the world

Reviewed 14 Oct 2014

For anyone thinking of booking this chalet, we have stayed in it a couple of times over the last few years, and have always had a fantastic holiday. We have always booked the whole chalet (friends/family groups consisting of adults and children) and it is perfect for such a group as you can leave your personal belongings in the lovely lounge area for the week. The location is fantastic, right in the middle of the town centre and all the action, and is only a few minutes walk to the nursery slopes and all the main lifts to get you up into the mountains. It is also literally a stone's throw to the nearest bus stop which will take you (FOC) to lifts at La Daille or Le Fornet areas at either end of the town. The only (slight) gripe I would have about this chalet is that the boot room is very small. Other than that, can't fault it and would highly recommend for a group of friends / families.

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M B has written 1 review and been voted helpful 1 time

Not suitable for families with children

Reviewed 14 Oct 2014

This chalet is not suitable for families with children. Next to a nightclub keeping everyone awake until 3 am each night (closes at 2 am, but then very busy/noisy for another hour).

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Richard Shayler from Brighton has written 1 review and been voted helpful 3 times

Perfect location for partying

Reviewed 21 May 2014

The chalet was excellent and the staff were great. The location was perfect for us, I wouldn’t recommend it to families as it’s next to all the party stuff in Val, but this is why I chose it and we had an awesome week. The food was good – my only criticism is that it was a superior chalet and I was expecting something a bit more, but this wasn’t any reflection on the staff who did an amazing job!
We had big sized rooms for a chalet and the showers were really good. We enjoyed the sauna too!

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Sno man from Sno Staff has written 171 reviews and been voted helpful 42 times

In the heart of VDI village

Reviewed 22 Jan 2014

Location and luxury can make a good holiday into a "great" holiday, and that is what you get from this fantastically placed chalet, right in the centre of the Val D’Isere village. A few minutes’ walk from the piste and literally across the road from the ever popular Le Petit Danois bar: party animals, you are welcome. If you do want to venture a little further out of town to the outlying hamlets and lifts (like La Daille or Le Fornet), the bus stop is forty metres from your door but, with all that wonderful VDI has to offer on your doorstep, its unlikely you'll have the time. Luxury is taken a step further with the inclusion of a sauna on the first floor- but make sure we check it’s availability on your dates "before" you book. With location, convenience and luxury like this, early booking is advised.

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Jackie from Sno Staff has written 16 reviews and been voted helpful 18 times

Great spot but not for light sleepers

Reviewed 3 Jan 2014

This place is great for anyone after big après ski and perfect for groups (our group loved it). There is a bar right opposite the chalet which is open until early hours and can get noisy so if you're a light sleeper or have young children who are, this may not be ideal. The rooms are spacious and have en-suites and wardrobe space so you can really move-in for the week like a home from home. Overall I'd say its great place to get a really exciting week out of your holiday in Val d'Isere, but choose somewhere out of town or in La Daille if you need perfect conditions to sleep well.

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