We stayed in a lodge, number 1. This officially sleeps 8. Two on a sofa bed, two on bunk beds in the living room, 2 in a double bedroom and 2 in another. We had 4 people in there whihc was about right. The toilet seat was broken and despite complaining it was never fixed. Bedding and towels had to be hired, rooms very very small with limited storage and paper thin walls. Kitchen and table to eat on, hob, microwave, dishwasher (bring your own tablets, toilet roll, cleaning scrubs, fairy etc as they cost a bit in the local spar). Bathroom with toilet and a seperate shower room and sink. The heaters were very good and kept the place warm. On chechout you have to clean the place which is tricky as the vacuums that can be located in the stairways have sucked many years of dirt. The accomodatation was very good value for money though and Plagne Soliel is a small, sleepy place. We walked to Plagne centre to eat most nights which was a 10 minute walk or there is a free bus.
Other friends stayed in the actual chalets up the hill which have ski in and ski out (although a difficult icy blue run). These has 3 floors I think with their own boot room, couple of showers (one en suite) and also a real fire.
If you are after luxury then do not stay here. The chalets are better than the lodges that sleep 8. Bring your own towels and cleaning stuff. If you want a bit of value for money and are more bothered about the skiing and spending time with friends then this accomodation will be fine. On that basis I woudl recommend it, just do not plan for full occupancy!
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