After getting separated from my room mates (who had the only 2 keys) I returned to the lodgings alone, a bit tipsy and very very tired. I requested a spare key or to have someone let me into the room based on the fact that I had picture ID on me and my passport was in the room. I was flatly turned down on this request and was removed from the building when i persisted to question this ridiculous stance. I was at no point hostile during the whole incident so there was no need to decide to push me (and I made sure that some pressure (although minimal) was required) from the premises to spend an at that time unknown amount of time out in the cold at almost midnight. A friend from another room found me asleep on the steps an hour or so later and I slept in his room. My room mates slept with their door open when they discovered I was not home when they returned. The other facets of the stay were at least a little better but this was unforgivable. Hence 1 star. I worry to think how younger and far more drunk guests are treated and where they may end up spending their night.
The pool is situated in the sports center in the middle of town. Not at the resort btw.
I'm used to small skiing apartments with these its not so much the size but the lay out. We were 3 in an apartment that could accommodate up to 5. If you were 5 people planning to watch some movies in the evening 2 people would have to sit on dinning chairs or the floor as we did when friends came by.
The toilet in particular is not suitable for people over 6 foot who like to close the door when using it.
The lack of an oven was also really disappointing.
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