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Hotel Les Bruyeres
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Reviewed 10 January 2013

Stopped here for a week over New Year as part of our skiing holiday. As we have stayed in four and five star hotels for the past few years but not really used the facilities we were paying for, it was with some trepidation that we rolled up near midnight on our first night.
We had booked a family room for ourselves and our two children which consisted of a double and two single "proper" beds in a generously sized room.
We didn't eat dinner at the hotel but breakfast was more than adequate served by willing and pleasant staff. The bar was a little quiet but we were in the middle of Morzine so no shortage of watering holes and it did give us the opportunity to have a quiet drink whilst the children went to sleep.
This is a two star hotel that must be closer to a three star given its facilities and if its a base for skiing or exploring you need it's just about perfect. Oh, and very reasonably priced too.

Stayed: December 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 10 April 2012

Just returned home, and felt I had to get straight on and write this review. It's only rated 2 star, but I can't think why. It has a lovely dining room with views of the mountains; breakfast was great with loads of choice; the sauna, pool and gym were good; the rooms and bathrooms, although small, were spotless with cosy beds and good decor. This is my third visit to Morzine, and it was definitely third time lucky. Thinking of returning for Christmas!

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 10 March 2012

We stayed here for 4 nights and found it to be exactly what we were looking for. Great location, friendly staff, reasonable breakfast (although we'd have like more fresh fruit) and nice if cosy rooms.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 30 January 2012

Stayed for 4 nights at a 2nd floor room on B&B basis. Les Bruyeres is located conveniently about 5-10 minutes walk from both main lifts, flat all the way to Super-Morzine and slight uphill/downhill route to Pleney. Note: road maps won't show the true topology of the village. The terrain rises evenly from south to north, but the river stays really down deep at the bottom all the way while buildings on the Super-Morzine side lay mostly on a very steep slope.
No complaints about the room: big enough for two, comfy bed, nice balcony facing west and spotlessly clean. Staff was nice, even if we could not always understand what they were saying (note: "minion" means minus one... :). Cleaners were super-fast - most mornings our bed was made at the time we got back from breakfast.
Our only complaint is the boot/ski room: is has zero ventilation and the smell is absolutely disgusting... no boot driers/racks either, just an ancient wooden shelves and one regular radiator on the wall. We really have no idea why the hotel has not yet improved this (quite important) facility, since all it would take is a few vent holes plus new racks for skis and boots.
All other common areas were nicely decorated and more spacious than in other similar hotels we've stayed in, though.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Martsavo
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Reviewed 29 January 2012

Just back from a week at Les Bruyeres with 3 teenagers. Their room was a good size, ours was very small, no ventilation in tiny bathroom with a door that didn't close properly. Uninspiring breakfast, never variety or any fresh fruit. Staff were v.nice, esp "Madame". Felt it was very expensive for what we got. Great location though, near SuperMorzine ski lift and would recommend ski rental at Alpine Sports Warehouse at the bottom of the street, run by an English couple.

Room Tip: We were in room 17, beside the lift - I feel we got a bad deal - kids were in 15 much larger. Dingy bathroom with no ventilation.
  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled with family
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