We've been AmanJunkies for many years and can't believe how disappointing it is to have booked Le Melezin. It's a maze of narrow hallways with mirrors and foil paper attempting to make it look more spacious than it is.
We're paying 1,900 Euros for an "suite" that is dark, narrow, has limited views, has no temperature control, has no balcony, has a tub that's too small for even one person, has a bathroom door with rusty hinges and has a main door that opens right to the bed.
I could go on about how poor the food is but I'd rather not think about the cold soup, cardboard tomatoes, inedible beef and tough turbot. When we complain to management, they offer no compensation, no room change, no help.
We spent a half hour on the phone with Helene the General Manager and the only solution she offered was a free dinner. She spent most of the time arguing with us. A very sad vacation.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Rising to breathtaking heights where the air is tangibly crisp, resides an intimate alpine retreat, Le Mélézin, in the French Alps. Standing four storeys high it provides an après-ski home set in a mesmeric wonderland of groomed slopes - both nursery and couloirs. Ideally situated on the Bellecôte ski slope, the hotel is a stroll from the centre of Courchevel 1850, with access to some of the most exceptional skiing in Europe...directly from the front door. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Le Melezin Courchevel