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Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Mont Soleil
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Reviewed 22 December 2013

Travelled to La Plagne for a snowboarding trip with 15 friends in January 2013.

Location: You won't get apartments any closer to the slope than this. Its halfway up a slope, so in the morning you come out the door, and ski down to the first lift, then at night you get the lift up and ski right back to your front door. The only downside of this is that Plagne 2100 doest have many restaurants (2), so most nights we had to get the bus down to centre which was free! If your light hearted, these bus journeys will probably scare the crap out of you! These only ran till 11 at night, so most nights we walked home, after having a few drinks in the bars, which even after quite a few drinks took forever!

Theres also a spar, ski shop and takeout right beside the apartments which is handy

Rooms: Between are group of 16 we had 3 rooms (6/5/5). As expected the rooms wern't anything special, but the beds were comfy enough to have a good nights sleep! Also all rooms have balconies which is handy for leaving boards on, and for chilling the beer! The rooms are basic and clean. Also at the start of the trip it said we'd have to pay a 200 euro deposit, but this wasn't taken which was great, as most places wouldn't have trust like that.

If your looking for a good value for money trip, this will suit you well. I think it would suit families as well as groups of people.

Room Tip: Higher floor would probably be best
  • Stayed: January 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 5 April 2013

Excellent basic accommodation with the Berberie blue piste at your doorstep. Two adults and two children aged 8 and 10. We worked out this was possibly the best central location of the whole resort, as makes it easy to move (ski) around the valley. The apartment had very good central heating and hot water at all times. Plenty of storage space, a lot of kitchenware and a good working microwave. Clean. Beds comfortable. Cabin storage in basement. Spar supermarket less than a hundred metres away and another one with more meat supplies across the piste. Staff very helpful, trilingual. You can order the bread, etc for the morning ready at 8:30. Quiet block but bars in less than a hundred metres radius - some drunk English tourists the last night at 12:30 am, but hopefully this is casual. We would have liked a coffee at the bar when waiting for transfer, but it was shut (permanently).

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank BGPBath
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Reviewed 30 January 2013

I stayed here with my partner in the second week of January. I am a skiier and she is a snowboarder. We thought the apartment met our needs perfectly.

The apartment is located literally right on the side of the piste. The door out of the ski locker room leads straight on to a blue run that leads down into La Plagne where you then have a choice of several chairlifts up, or several runs that continue down the valley. You're not going to find many apartments located better than this. All of the rooms' balconies look out over the pistes, so it's perfect at night for a glass of wine and watching the piste bashers.

Our apartment was well equipped. The kitchenette had all manner of pots and pans and utensils. Even had a steamer, a potato peeler and a cheese grater. Plus a few gadgets I couldn't fathom! The only thing missing was an oven, but there is a microwave and we soon discovered we didn't actually need an oven to cook the meals we needed. We managed to successfully make Tartiflette without an oven! The bed was very comfy, there was a huge stock of clean towels and bed linen, and the bathroom was clean and big enough. The living room was large complete with sofa beds and a dining table big enough for the number of persons the room slept. Not a single complaint from us.

The reception staff were very friendly and spoke near perfect English. They offer a bread delivery service; you order your bread the night before (baguettes, croissants, pain au chocolat etc etc) and then you collect it from reception at 0830 the following morning. While this service is very handy, we did find that you could get better bread/pastries from the Spar shop, which is in Plagne Soleil and just a 30 second walk from the hotel. We found they tasted better from Spar. While on that note, the Spar shop is reasonable priced, it was always well stocked and you can find everything you need in there.

For entertainment-wise, Plagne Soleil is a lot calmer and serene compared the larger Plagne Centre or Plagne Bellcote. You have Monica's, which is right opposite Residence Mont Soleil (you can't hear it at night in the apartment). Monica's is the centre of the village, is open all day and offers Après and drink deals from 1700 onwards, and is usually open until 0500 with live bands or DJs playing. There is also another bar known informally as The Piano Bar. There are four restaurants in Plagne Soleil. We tried two of them, and they were both 5-star. The fondue we had in one was spectacularly tasty. There is also a small square in the centre of Plagne Soleil... one night, a firework display was put on with free mulled wine and hot chocolate and an outdoor disco. A lot of the reviews on here say you have to travel to find a good restaurant. This is simply not true. There are four in Plagne Soleil, and another four or five in Plagne Villages (located literally just the other side of the blue run outside the apartment).
The whole La Plagne area is well connected by free ski buses that run every fifteen minutes, and by tele-buses that run until about 0100. It's a slick operation.

In summary, if you want a modest, but more than adequate apartment, in a quiet and tranquil village, perfect for couples or families, but without being too far from the après, then I fully recommend this place.

To finish, just a bit on the La Plagne ski area, given we're all likely to go skiing if you stay here. La plagne has a lot of blue runs. There's a lot of variation in the difficulty of them. Some are a bit tame, with flat parts that snowboarders won't get on so well with, that I would consider more of a green. There are also steeper, choppier, more technical blues that I would consider more of a red. I went there a Bambi-legged, novice skiier and came away a much better skiier and had conquered a number of red runs. I would say La Plagne is 5-star for skiiers, my partner says 4-star for snowboarders. If you want reds, the best ones are found in the Les Arcs area of Paradiski... which is just a short trip over the Vanoise Express telecabin.

Hope you all enjoy your holidays!

  • Stayed: January 2013, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank Chris F
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Reviewed 8 January 2013

Pretty standard P&V apartments in an excellent location.
2 sofa-beds and kitchen / dining area plus separate double bedroom that is the norm for P&V. There were 4 of us in an appt for 5 which is plenty.
Appt nice and clean, well equipped kitchenette, comfy double bed.
Desk staff very friendly and helpful, one of the lifts out of order all week which was a bit of a pain.
Location brilliant, step out of the boot room into the piste, rear of the building straight onto the village square and restaurants, shops and kiddies ski school area.
If you're driving don't forget winter tyres or snow chains, they don't seem to completely clear the road this high up.

  • Stayed: January 2013
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2  Thank VickiTav
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Reviewed 27 December 2012

We are a family of 5, in a sleeps 5 apartment. Squashed with three on sofa/ pull out beds in the seating area, kids are 12, 15 and 17, were they older it would be too small so would not recomend for 4/5 adults, but that is the biggest criticism.

The pre-order bread service in reception is a must do, otherwise the local 'Spar' has sold out unless you are an very early bird.

It is ski out & ski in, which is great, and worth the cramped apartment if it's only a week.

Ski area is great for families, plenty of blues with a smattering of reds & blacks. Local places to eat are variable, but the various village centres are linked by bus, so you are not stuck with the doorstep places only.

The public area's are basic, but with people walking around in ski boots, it needs to be durable.
Pets are allowed, so there is the some of the associated mess around, but not terrible.

The apartments are quite wel equipped, dishwashers, microwave, coffee machine etc, not that there is much space to cook more than simple food, but it's possible to do simple meals.

Staff seem friendly, we had no problems to sort out, so never tested them out, but even having to work on Christmas day, they were cheerfully enough.

Would we come again, maybe, but would look for more space, but like travelling Ryanair, we would come back if the next best option was significantly more expensive.

  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled with family
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