Okay, where to begin. Firstly the greeting from the staff at the Chalet were pleasant. We then met all of the other guests in the Chalet. The breakfasts in the morning weren't great in all honesty, there was little food on the hot breakfast option. The cereal was decent but French milk isn't to my taste. The food wasn't great throughout the week. They had some good dishes however most of the dishes were bland.
The rooms in the Chalet were small and for a young visitor, a lack of TV and poor wifi connection wasn't great. The spa was quite a let down to be honest; very small hot tub to say that the Chalet is designed to sleep 18 people. The pool wasn't overly private as the neighbouring Chalet had access to it which wasn't ideal as it was very small. The beds in the Chalet seemed quite small, I'm only 5"7 and my feet were virtually out of the bed. The pillows, to be Fran,k were s**t.
The main area where all of the guests socialise was never swept but the staff managed to keep the balcony clear of snow!
Cakes are provided after skiing which were home made. The only let down with this is that the staff are so young and are inexperience with cooking causing the cake to have faults.
I would most likely stay in this Chalet again, but would expect considerable improvements.More