I stayed for four nights at the start of the season. The visitor information service recommended them, and when I went to check them out for my selves they seemed perfect. The check in staff were very friendly and although I had a trainee, he got through the process pretty swiftly.
The rooms are fairly basic, and the heating a little dated - a floor standing hot air blower, which had to be turned on and off manually. There's free wifi and a big flat screen, so pretty usual stuff.
The complimentary breakfast is okay, but I would have liked the option to pay to have something a little more substantial before spending a day on the slopes.
The bar/bistro was closed whilst I was there, but there are a plethora of restaurants and bars nearby.
All in all, a good hotel in a brilliant location.More
- Free Wifi