We're staying here at the moment, 2 couples in 2 double classic room, 2 nights Fri to Sun. I paid 838 euros for both including breakfast.
Great location and very friendly and helpful staff everywhere. Breakfast is okay but don't expect to be overwhelmed. Try the freshly made to order omelettes.
There are many prior reviews citing the spa additional cost, the rules regarding wearing caps etc and these are still relevant today.
The parking cost is 24 euros per day.
Bar prices are consistent with these types of hotels, high at first glance but the measures are generous.
The restaurant provides for a 39 euro per person evening buffet so I expect you can eat till you drop and this could represent reasonable value for some.
All the above are optional items though.
The major negative:
For 200 euros per night I expect to have decent night sleep in the hotel. However the classic rooms' sound proofing is non existent and you can easily take part in a rom to room conversation without leaving your own room. The last thing you want after a long tiring day skiing is a night of interrupted sleep. And it's not that the people are necessarily noisy. The walls are paper thin.
I reported this to the reception desk and was offered another room in a higher floor but I could still hear the next room conversations.The staff have acknowledged this as an inherent problem with these types of rooms.
As far as the resort is concerned, it is truly scenic, well-run and I will be here next year. But I will stay in a place where I can sleep.
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