It can be difficult to find good value accommodation for a long ski weekend but the Starlight proved to be a decent choice. It's not flash but the communal areas and some rooms appeared to have been recently renovated. Our room had not yet been renovated but it was a good size for a chalet and had a balcony with fantastic views of the town and the mountains.
The food was generally decent home-cooked food of a standard one would expect from a budget chalet. To give you an idea of what to expect, starters included a tasty pear and blue cheese salad, a delicious leek and potato soup and a surprisingly nice brie and beetroot buschetta. Mains included roast pork (pretty good apart from seriously overcooked veg), tartiflette (nice enough) and a slightly random (but nonetheless tasty) chicken leg and spicy sausage in a tomato sauce with spaghetti. Desserts were lemon tart (tasted cheap and bizarrely served with chocolate ice cream), an excellent bread and butter pudding and a slightly bland lemon posset.
The chalet is advertised as ski-to-door and this is just about possible down a short but steep slope from the long blue run back into town. You can't ski out from the chalet, though, and it is about a 6 minute walk to the lifts. We hired gear from Le Caribou ski shop which is about a minute from the lifts and lets you leave your gear there overnight free of charge. We thought this was preferable to keeping the gear at the chalet.
We also booked transfers to and from Geneva with the chalet and these worked well. We would go back.