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Hotel Champs Fleuris
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Reviewed 15 January 2012

We were a group of 4 adults who have just come back from this hotel in Morzine. It was the best position for skiing back in the afternoon, no jostling with other skiers on the bus. The owners could not do enough for us. I don't eat meat or dairy, just fish occasionally (every night on this holiday though to make it easier for the chef) I was very impressed with my meals as sometimes I am treated as though I am a freak! Another reviewer complained about the fondue. If you ask they will bring you an alternative meal with ease.

We were very lucky that we had fantastic snow and wall to wall sunshine for the entire week, so we will definately be returning to this hotel next year. We will pay the supplement and have a room with a bath on the other side of the hotel as our room was tiny and the shower was very small with a shower curtain that sticks to your legs. I saw other rooms which looked lovely and had been renovated so will look forward to staying in one of those.

They had a conference going on while we were there which did not disturb us and live music 2 nights. The couple who run the hotel were charming and made sure everyone was happy. We liked their dog, Gus, who roamed the hotel!

I would recommend taking earplugs as you can hear the plumbing early in the morning and late at night.

Room Tip: Rooms on the mountain side are bigger with a bath
  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled with friends
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4  Thank virginmaryIlkley
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Reviewed 8 January 2012

Stayed over the Christmas week with my husband and two daughters at this very french wonderful 3 star (think it should be more!) hotel. If you want door step skiing then look no further! Very clean and tidy hotel, with fantastic hospitality and a very varied and filling breakfast and evening meal. They also catered for vegetarians, and were keen to please.
We were lucky to have rooms on the 2nd floor overlooking the slopes (212/214), each had a balcony with electric shutters to the sliding doors. Lovely bath and shower combined, with sink and separate toilet. Hairdryer provided. Spacious room with twin or double, plenty of storage and a bonus of tv with English channels. There is not tea or coffee making in the rooms, so take a travel kettle! Rooms were slightly hot, so slept with door open ajar with shutter down. My only slight complaint would be the beds weren't too comfy, perhaps because they use blankets and not duvets, but this would not put me off returning again. The rooms were cleaned and changed daily.
The main reception area also included a lounge with plenty of seating and a bar. There was also a pool and sauna, but we did not use this. A games room downstairs had table tennis and table football.
Breakfast was plentiful, with choices of fruit, yoghurts, cold meats, bacon and scrambled egg, breads and croissants. Choice of drinks and juices along with a fresh orange juicer, all of this was a buffet style. Dinner usually consisted of 4 or 5 courses, and I was very impressed with the choice and quality of food. There was always a buffet starter, ranging from salads, soup, king prawns, oysters, mexican and other themes. Usually there were 2 choices of main course, ranging from beef, fish, duck, veal all beautifully cooked. Once a week there is a beef and cheese fondu. Each night there was a cheese trolley with a massive selection of cheeses to try, and then a beautifully presented desert. Coffee was an extra charge, and there was an extensive wine list, and if you don't drink all of the bottle they will keep it for the next night for you.
Downstairs there are lockers for each room with plenty of space for your ski gear, and a stairway leading up to the front of the hotel, where just a few steps away you can access the Plenney cable car. Just on the roadside outside the hotel is the little 'train' that will take you through the village to the Super Morzine cable car. You can literally ski to door when you are skiing the Morzine area. If you are suing the ski school, the meeting point is right outside the hotel. There are plenty of shops for your ski hire, we used Snowbrainers online as have always found them very competitive.
Apres ski is fantastic due to the hotels location. Near all the great bars and club which my daughters loved, and some lovely shops to browse around and there is a Carrefore if you need any supplies.
All in all, this is one of the best ski holidays we have had, due to the hotels perfect location, great service, warm comfy rooms, great food and fantastic area to ski.
Thank you to all the very hard working staff at Champs Fleuris and we will definitely return!

Room Tip: Ask for rooms facing the slopes.
  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled with family
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1  Thank luv2holidayinthesun
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Reviewed 20 March 2011

I have just returned from a week staying at the Champs Fleuris hotel in Morzine. As other reviewers have stated, the hotel owners are very friendly and helpful, as are the staff. Our room was facing the mountain and was very clean, if a little tired. We had a large shared balcony and we loved the electronic shutters which meant we got a good nights sleep. We were impressed that we could access BBC 1 and 2 on the tv (unusual for most European hotels). My only complaint about the room was that we could hear all the plumbing from the rooms adjacent and above ours, every time a toliet was flushed, every time a bath was run, we heard it all, particularly first thing in the morning and around 6pm when every one comes in from a days skiing to get ready for dinner. The breakfast was really good with hot and cold choices, the dinners started off really well but went progessively downhill and hit rock bottom with the fondue evening. We found the Savoyard food very rich, but that was just how we felt and having said that the food was certainly generous and plentiful, tthere was even apres ski cake served around 4pm in the bar every day. The hotel is perfectly situated right next to the Plenery gondola and we were given a locker and combination code for our skis and boots (and not asked for a deposit!). I used the outdoor pool a couple of times, you have to ask for a bathrobe in reception which you can use all week. The temperature was pretty cold the first time I used it but warmed up later in the week when the sun shone on the 'indoor' cover. The skiing was dispapointing becasue there has not been much snow in Morzine this year, but I would come back and stay at this hotel again but book later and check there is plenty of snow first.

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank loulou070
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Reviewed 15 March 2011

This hotel lived up to everything that we had read in previous favourable reviews. Amazing staff, obviously happy in their work. Would recommend, and would go again! Very high quality food, impeccable service, fabulous atmosphere. Only moan is the noise in the early morning from bin lorries etc. - take earplugs!!

Well done to the owners for running such a happy hotel!

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled with friends
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2  Thank Helenr56
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Reviewed 1 February 2011

Spent a week here w/my ski club. First time in France. The location was perfect, ski-in-out, right in town. Excellent staff and wonderful food. They could not do enough for us. Great entertainment and planned activities. Jean-marie and Veronique are the kindest hoteliers I have ever come across. Our group skis Europe every year and this was the best ever. I would return in a heartbeat.

  • Stayed: January 2011
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