Reviewed 14 Apr 2016
Had a good holiday here, it’s a big flat with about 5/6 different groups staying here but it’s all quite well spread out across 2 or 3 levels. The chalet is pretty well located with an easy walk to the ski slopes (took us about 5 minutes) and there’s a way out the back which you can ski down to if you’re an intermediate skier. If you want you can also get the bus. It’s probably not a brilliant place for families with young kids as the noise would echo around the chalet; when we stayed here it was only adults.
Reviewed 14 Oct 2014
Stayed at the Chalet Phoenix, VT in January 2012. The chalet is new build, with a deluxe interior, including a large lounge with TV and DVDs, wrap around balcony with panoramic views of the slopes and open plan dining table. Downstairs there is a large sauna (takes a little time to heat up) and the bedrooms. The bedrooms are the best I've stayed in on ski holidays - comfortable double beds, good size, large wardrobes and bathrooms with soothing jacuzzi baths and shower. Two hosts and one chef live across the hall and were accommodating to our every need - top drawer food. There are secure ski lockers and you can ski out of the chalet if you have some experience. VT had great snow for the week and some brilliant runs. On a local area pass you can access the 4th valley - Orelle - a hidden gem. For the more advanced get a full area pass and head over to Meribel and Courcheval. Would definitely go back!
Reviewed 7 Apr 2014
Chalet Phoenix is really good, the place had all been newly refurbished when we stayed here and the facilities were really good with everything being warm, new and clean.
The location is nice if you’re quite a good skier as you can ski back, but if you’re a beginner it’s quite a long walk to the lift. Walking into the town is fine and probably took us 10-15 minutes.
The dining area and lounge are all nicely done but not very big - the fact that there isn’t much communal area is fine if you’re a couple but there wouldn’t be much room for young children to run around unless you booked the whole place to yourselves.
The rooms were fine with really nice bathrooms and pretty good views from the windows and the people who looked after the chalet were really friendly. We had cakes when we got in from skiing and a three course dinner every night.
Reviewed 22 Jan 2014
The majestic nature and beauty of the Phoenix is matched equally in this stunning chalet, built under the lift of the Plein Sud, making it practically ski-in when the snow & weather conditions are hold up. This also means that getting on the lift and to the village centre is nothing more than a short 5 minute walk from your front door. Also worth noting, guests have enjoyed the luxury facilities, including fitness and relaxation treatments from within the chalet (check if they are available on your dates "before booking"). It's often the perfect way to finish the day, lounging on the balcony with a beer in your hand (when we last went there was an in-house bar).