Reviewed 26 Jun 2016
This property deserves it's platinum status. There's a choice of Classic rooms, Suites and you can even combine these into Super Suites for larger groups or families. All rooms are spacious and beautifully decorated (the suites are ginormous!) and the communal areas are equally lovely. It has an in house ski shop so you don't have to walk any distance to collect hire and the shops, bars and restaurants are right on your doorstep. The ski lifts take about 3 minutes to walk to, but for a property this size to be so central and luxurious and still affordable it has to have one (very small) downside! It's a very easy walk through the centre even with ski boots on. I'd thoroughly recommend Le Savoie for guests that would like something with a higher standard of service than a luxury chalet but with a more homely feel than a large 4 or 5 star hotel.
Reviewed 13 Apr 2016
The Savoie was about the most perfect hotel we’d stayed at when on a skiing holiday.
Firstly, it had just been renovated so everything was modern and brand new. The decor was very trendy and tasteful throughout.
Secondly, our room (504) was big and spacious, with a really nice balcony.
Thirdly, the catering – the meals the chef created were ridiculously brilliant.
All the staff were welcoming and we had no issues at all.
We’ve since stayed in Val d’Isere in a chalet which is right next to the lifts, which made me realise that the only downside to the Savoie is that it’s a bit of a trek in ski boots (100-200 yards).