Reviewed 18 Mar 2014
Our stay here was very good, it’s a nice hotel, not a plush place but a nice little chalet style hotel, and I’d definitely go there again.
It has a great location, very near the lifts and right next to the end of the run.
The best ski hire shop in the resort is next door. I can’t remember what it’s called but the shop is run by a father and son and it’s a local one rather than one of the big brands. You come out the hotel, go out the door, turn right and take the little turn onto the pedestrian precinct. Walk about 20 metres past the little pub and bakery and it’s on your right hand side. Without asking, the guy gave us brand new equipment and 40 odd euros off the price, which compared to the deals we were offered on the coach was about 80-90 euros cheaper.
There are mixed reviews on Trip Advisor which made me a bit doubtful but the food is fine, you get what you pay for and the staff are nice people.
The only downside is our rooms were in the basement area but they were clean enough and we were there for the skiing. You’re literally behind the most popular pub at the end of the run, off the back end of the busy strip (we had no problem with noise though).