Reviewed 11 Apr 2016
Fantastic chalet, the interior might need a bit of updating but I’ve stayed in Val d’Isere a lot and this was really good value for money for what we paid. We weren’t planning to go over Christmas as the price usually shoots up but we saw this online and went for it. Staff were excellent and the food was fantastic – our son’s a bit of a fussy eater and they cooked special meals for him.
Reviewed 16 Jun 2015
I liked that this is a small chalet which meant you got to know everyone a bit better. It was a bit tired though and the WiFi didn’t work. You had to walk or take a bus to get to the lifts/slopes but buses came literally every five minutes. Because Val d’Isere is so tiny, you could be in the middle of any of the ski areas within 20 minutes.
Reviewed 22 Jan 2014
With 1970s quirkiness, this is the place to go for a little piece of French film history, having made an appearance in Les Bronzes font du ski. Simply designed and in keeping with its rich heritage, you’ll be very comfortable staying here, especially large groups as it can accommodate up to 33 guests. The location is also something to be envied, as it is just 400metres from the nearest lift area, as well as the lively après ski of Val d’Isere town centre. With an in-house bar as well, you’ll be well looked after if you just fancy a relaxing drink without venturing too far. The free bus service which stops less than 100metres down the road gives easy access to the rest of the resort and piste, and is especially handy for those looking to enjoy the party scene.
Reviewed 22 Jan 2014
This place is great for big groups. The rooms are very spacious (bigger than the usual resort chalet size anyway) and all have en suites as far as I could tell. The living/dining area is very cool, looks like an old bar with separate booths and dining areas. There is an open fire place where everyone can sit around and the staff were really lovely, which created a really nice atmosphere. I think the 4.5 star is a bit of a stretch because the communal areas are really cool but some of the rooms are a bit more ordinary. If you use your room mainly for sleeping (like me) I'd say so what - its a great chalet.