Transfers were fine, and boot room outside down some stairs was fine, but a pain not being internal to the chalet.
Chalet is a interesting word, as its more like two story large apartment than a typical chalet in its true sense.
The rooms weren't huge, correct, but for how much time we spent in the rooms then it was fine.
Location, you can't fault, right between both slopes, by the bus stop and crawling distance from the Tibetan.
Food was okay, but you had to be there for 8 - 9 or you felt you were not getting anything to eat. the hot Breakfast could have been more than eggs, eggs and eggs and in the evening the wine could have been something more than a 10 litre box of red or white wine. A better quality doesn't cost too much more.
If you sleep at the front of place, don't leave the windows open or you will hear everything....from people talking on there way home from the pubs to lorries in the morning. Either sleep in another room, drink more beer or get some ear plugs.
Sarah tried hard, where as Russ, well, that's enough said......
Overall, with the others couples and group present in the chalet, we had a good time and enjoyed every hour there in the resort as we've paid for it n return to work.....we will be back to morzine next year but unfortunately not with Rude. Why ? Felt the belt was tightened too much, and someone forgot ensuring the customer was happy was key.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our holidays include free airport transfers from Geneva, half-board accommodation with unlimited wine, one day mountain hosting, great staff and a lot of fun. ... more less