The Silveralp apartments are typical French ski apartments; clean, small and functional. Ours slept 5 with 3 beds in a mezzanine level which had a low ceiling, and 2 in the lounge area downstairs.
There was a narrow entrance hall off which was the separate toilet, bathroom with a small bath and then you went into a slightly larger lounge area with the kitchen attached. The kitchen comprised of a narrow galley with 4 ring cooker, a oven the size of a microwave above and a full size dishwasher and fridge. No kettle but there was a cafetiere.
The main drawbacks to the apartments were the lack of storage space for clothes, the mezzanine level was stuffy and had a low ceiling, and the hire for a TV was expensive for the week. You also had to hire towels.
On the plus side, they were clean, adequate and had plenty of hot water.
The ski lockers are good with decent locks on for a change.
The overall location of the apartments is excellent too. It is a very short walk to the slopes, there is an excellent bakery opposite and you are next to the escalators that take you up to the main level in Val Thorens.
In addition, the appartments had a strict silence policy after 10pm which seemed to work.
Don't come here if you are expecting luxury, if you want something more basic though, the apartments are fine.
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- Also Known As:
- Silveralp Val Thorens