We have just returned from half term week's skiing having stayed at this complex. I think a few tips may help you make up your mind whether to say here and will ease orinetation once you arrive.
Main reception was busy on arrival, which was to be expected given the time of the year, managed to take occupancy at 6pm. Waited at the Bobsleigh" an "English" local nearby, a bit austere for me but pleasant enough.
Accommodation was first class ((Apt no 329) 6 person - we slept 4). Clean, well appointed with lounge kitchenette, microwave with grill, 4 ring hob, double sofabed. Separate wc, another wc and bath in bathroom, with two bunks in the hall and separate double bedroom with en-suite shower and sink. Loads of storage space plus a balcony looking out over the village / slopes.
Underground parking cost E49 but was worth it as otherwise you have to shift the car back out to the edge of Plagne 1800 once it is unloaded and with -10deg didnt want to risk the engine freezing up.
Wifi available for around E24 but only works in main reception area. WARNING - they close this at 8pm sharp, so what is the point! Much better to pop to the "Mines" bar down the hill and around to the right, 2 mins walk, get an hour's wifi for E7 every day that week, plus happy hour 4-7!!
Ski passes on sale opposite the reception, 4 man chair a second away carries you straight to Plagne Centre. Try a family ski pass available here locally, much cheaper than the pass sold by La Grange as part of the accommodation.
Ski lockers on same level as the car park, free of charge and using the same key as for the apartment.
Flat screen tv with BBC World Service, take a laptop, rgb cable and 3.5mm phono male to male lead and watch all your fav dvds and avi films.
329 was a good room facing in to swimming poole and village / slopes glimpses, those numbering 2** w...
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