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limited parking, dated furnishing, almost no television, limited English speaking staff, no stove, inadequate heating, middle of nowhere, no activities, limited amenities other than a small pool and sauna
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As an RCI exchange, it was less than what I was expecting. But as an inexpensive place to sleep, it fit the bill perfectly. We were seldom at the hotel. We spent the trip traveling all over Europe, taking day trips to the nearby countries...More
Despite being here during a rather rainy weekend, the area is great and apartments are very good. All white goods included. Just bring along toiletries and enjoy the fantastic Algeau area. Great starting point for walks
I loved this homely hotel, you really feel at home here. Very nice views, the hotel is 5 min away from a beautiful small village. The schi school is also at a walking distance, there are 4 different levels of sky slopes with lift lines....More
We arrived at about 5:15pm on a Saturday and nobody was around. We made several attempts to call someone, so we could get our keys and finally got in touch with the manager. After about 30 minutes, the manager arrived, got the keys and gave...More
US$66 - US$108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Winchester_11 | Reviewed this property |
Depends when you go. There is a restaurant open during the ski season, and another alongside but both close for the summer (when we were there) There is also a good restaurant a few yards down the road. Otherwise there are... More
Depends when you go. There is a restaurant open during the ski season, and another alongside but both close for the summer (when we were there) There is also a good restaurant a few yards down the road. Otherwise there are several facilities down in the village but you will need a car only 5 mins away. Hope this helps
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"The most expensive rooms are the ones beside the parking. No stairs to claim."