Reviewed 5 May 2015
This is a really nice hotel. I would definitely recommend staying here. The holiday was quite expensive but it was well worth it for the luxury.
The food was lovely – both breakfasts and suppers. There were 2 restaurants: the food in the main restaurant was fairly multinational, with 5 course dinners (we usually skipped the soup course as there was so much food!) and an amazing cheese board every evening. The other was a traditional restaurant which did meals like fondues and raclette which you wouldn’t want every night but were nice to have one evening - it was only open on a few days anyway. All of the restaurant staff were great – and all the hotel staff including those at the reception were very helpful. The bar area was great.
You’re in a great location as you can ski in and out (you didn’t have to be a particularly good skier to do either).
We had lovely fluffy towelling bath robes in our room which was nice. We were a group of three adults in one room, it was fine for the 2 of us who had the main area, but the third person had the bunk bed area which was a little dark and pokey (it would be alright for a family with younger children). The bathroom was nice although it could have done with a shelf for toiletries and a hook for the shower head so you didn’t have to hold it.
The sauna and pool were nice and we could also use the gym in the hotel round the corner (I think the hotels are owned by the same people). Only half of the equipment was working but it was fine for what I needed.