Chalet was clean and well maintained and it was a joy to put on warm ski boots in the morning.
Some of our party were in twin rooms and found the beds narrow and uncomfortable. No complaints about the double en-suite room in Chalet Lisiere.
Jamie the chalet-man was really pleasant and friendly and food was tasty - good home cooking standard - and plentiful. Good cakes every afternoon.
The location was a bit out of the way for Apres Ski. Convenient for the Prodain telepherique or bus to Morzine Pleney but a bit out of the way in general. We got a lift to the telepherque on day 1 only. Recommend the vin chaud at Hotel Kinkerine opposite the lifts.
Skiing in Les Gets was great. Morzine town is a good place to be with loads of facilities. We were also lucky to have fantastic snow conditions (and freezing temperatures). Fabulous service from SkiMobile.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Described by previous visitors as 'Beautiful boutique ski lodges,' Chalets Lisiere and La Roche are in a great position to explore the Portes Du Soilel. The chalets sleep 8 individually or can be let together to sleep a total of 16. Each chalet has 4 bedrooms to 3 bathrooms. We provide a free shuttle to the lift in the morning or a lot of clients choose to walk to the main telecabine. The chalet(s) are only 100m from the free regular public bus stop and <500m from the piste. Normally it is possible to ski back to within 200m from the chalet. The chalets are operated by a tour operator who specializes in good food. ... more less