Reviewed 2 Jun 2016
It was good! To a certain extent you don’t spend a lot of time there, so as long as it’s clean and comfortable that’s the important thing! The staff were good. Location’s OK, I’ve stayed in places closer to the slopes and places further away. This one’s pretty central so I can’t fault it. The food was very good. Overall it worked well, I wouldn’t call it “fit for purpose” as it’s better than that, but it was everything we needed.
Reviewed 20 Apr 2016
The chalet hotel was brilliant – staff were absolutely fantastic and I couldn’t fault the Rosset itself, it’s a lovely place. Staying here is good value for money and the food was brilliant.
We stayed in most evenings as after the meal they’d have a quiz or something in the bar which was nice.
Everything else was a disaster – flight out was delayed and the young, inexperienced resort reps assigned to look after us lied, saying they’d do something then not doing it. We booked and paid for equipment hire in advance via SNO without a problem, but when we got to the ski shop it turned out that the tour operator hadn’t processed the invoice correctly and we had a lot of trouble - our passports were taken, we were chased around the resort for payment when we’d already paid.
5/5 for the chalet experience and Tignes, but 0/5 for the reps and chalet supplier.
Reviewed 20 Feb 2014
The great central location and good choice of rooms make the Rosset a brilliant chalet for larger groups looking to experience the best that Tignes has to offer. Rooms with balconies enjoy breath-taking views over the lake, and larger rooms that are capable of sleeping up to four are a great option for families. Despite its size, the Rosset doesn’t lose any of the intimate ambience you’d expect from a chalet - you’ll be sure to make some new friends whilst unwinding in the communal areas at the end of a day on the slopes.