The hotel itself is lovely and very central. The rooms are very typical. Comfortable, clean and with some essentials...namely beds, a bathroom and a nice touch with robes and slippers. No individual toiletries, but ample hand and body wash on the wall by the sink and the bath. Don't expect any English channels, but again that is to be expected. Wifi was sporadic.
The piste-side bar is great fun, it goes quiet fairly early, between 7.30pm - 8.00pm, so no noise from there. I will say that having stayed in chalets and hotels on piste, the piste bashers, general refuge collections, bar deliveries and other things here were really noisy, and started super early. The hotel itself is fairly quiet. If you're a heavy sleeper this shouldn't be an issue. It might depend on which bit of the hotel you're in, our side was noisy.
The staff and owners were lovely, couldn't have been more helpful. Between the owners and staff we were always asked about our day's skiing, very sweet. We speak some French which I think is not too much to ask of any tourist. We had set meals for the week, I personally only disliked one meal, ironically for France my meat was over-cooked. Overall we were more than happy with our food, and the croissants in the morning were yummy.
Les Gets has some good skiing, but probably not as much for an advanced skier, although there are some black runs. I am an intermediate skier and for me there was plenty. Snow wasn't as good as last year in Les Gets, but that's life really with skiing holidays. I still had fun. Plenty of bars, restaurants and cafes. A very yummy creperie on the Rue de Centre.
If I went back to Bellevue I would choose a different room.
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