Just back from a week in Chalet Bon Coin, and we had a really good experience. The young team were really thoughtful hosts: the word 'hosts' is important. They're not hotel staff, and if you set your expectations at the right level then you won't be disappointed.
We ate copious tasty food (well done Paul); enjoyed how sociable everyone was at dinner (including Len Silver); appreciated Claire organising things for us even on her day off; had fabulous, thoughtfully tailored social ski-guiding in La Plagne and Les Arcs from Francesca and Sam; and were really grateful for Ellis' good-humoured coach repping at ungodly hours of the morning (even down to planning for travel sickness - thanks for the back-patting).
The chalet is properly ski-in and nearly ski-outable even with the current dearth of snow. And the non-skiers in our party enjoyed the footpaths, husky dogs sledging and snowshoeing. Oxygene's service was a little patchy and their pricing needs watching, but the people who did the moonlit ski thoroughly enjoyed that too.
A parapente off the top of the Roche de Mio down to Aime was apparently just the best.
Oh, and the pistes were in good shape; they were bussing in people from Tignes where the pistes had iced up.
For info: we were a group of 22 adults, mix of ski and boarders and non-skiers, aged 36-60 plus.