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Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence Les Terrasses d'Eos
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    Reviewed 20 June 2014

    Have stayed her 2 times before in 2011 and 2012.
    The hotel complex is has a great view if you get a south facing room, which we had this time, though the rooms at the back have a nice view of the small ski run at the back.
    “Check in” seems to take longer than it should, but the staff are very friendly and thorough. A pad lock for your ski locker is provided for free (charged if you loose them). Bread & croissants etc can be ordered the day before to save you going to the shops in the morning.
    The hotel is a good size with an indoor jacuzzi.(the sign says over 16 yrs only, but those rules are not enforced by the hotel which is a shame). The outside pool is heated and a good size, lovely for a gently swim to relax those muscles after a day on the slopes. There is also a sauna & steam room. Robes are supplied in your room plus slippers (charged if you don’t return then the day you leave). There is also a small gym.
    We were luck to be upgraded from a 1 bedroom to a 2 room apartment with a balcony. A very nice touch and it has a great view of the slopes.
    The rooms are well equipped with a good kitchen, dishwasher, fridge freezer, oven, utensils etc. On previous visits a small starter kit with things like salt & pepper were provided but this little touch was missing. The rooms are a good size, ours particularly large this time with a nice shower / bath. I would however say that if the 2 room option was required and we were sharing with 2 other adults the amount of storage for clothes is a bit limited. The rooms have a sofa, dining table and TV ( though only 1 or 2 English channels ) and the signal was not that good either. The rooms were looking a bit tired compared to our previous visits.
    Wifi is provided for free, but only 1 code per room. I asked for another but was told that it reduced the wifi effectiveness in the hotel if they give out too many. The signal in our room was hopeless. Whilst we were towards the far end of the hotel, this was very annoying, and surely something the can improve on.
    The hotel also has a bar which we visited twice but it was not that busy when we were there.
    The hotel does offer the benefit of ski out through the 3rd floor directly onto the slopes. This is where the ski lockers are situated. You can ski back, but it requires you to take the Grand Vannes chair lift & ski down that run. It has a nasty turn on the slope near the bottom, which gets tricky to navigate at the end of the day. You then branch off to a smaller run & chair lift to ski back to the hotel. This then requires a short ski down a slope behind the hotel, or double backing on the flat back to the hotel door (about 100m )
    Flaine is not the best looking resort but it is high (2500m) with a good number of slopes for beginners & intermediates. There had not been any snow the week before we went and none when we were there, but the conditions held up well, and it did not get too slushy until about 3pm.
    We hired a fondue from the hotel ( free ),and went to the local butchers ( Nr the Spa ) who made up the cheese & provided the wine. Lovely…We also hired a microwave from the hotel (also free).
    There is a good ski bus service in the town, and if you don’t fancy the ski back the busses normally run every 20 minutes, and it’s only 5 minutes to the hotel. The stop on the way out & back is right outside the hotel. You do have to walk through the hotel with your ski to get to the lockers which I always find a bit strange.
    Of the hotels in Flaine its one of the better looking ones, and whilst not located directly in the town it is well located. It’s only 10 minute stroll down to the shops and if you cater for yourself like we do its ideal.

    Room Tip: High rooms with south facing rooms are best
    • Stayed: March 2014, travelled as a couple
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    5  Thank Chris-and-Soo
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    Reviewed 23 April 2014

    Have used P&V many times, stayed at L'Amara, Avoriaz last year so had high expectations for this P&V Premium 3 bed/8 person apartment), but were disappointed - considerably smaller with tiny kitchenette, inadequate for cooking/ serving meals for 6. Unloading dishwasher blocked the whole area and meant you were unable to reach any of the cupboards to put things away. Plenty of crockery/cutlery, so no room to store food. Some crockery/cutlery was dirty and utensils and chopping board had dried food on them.
    The cooker was so high that I had to stand on a chair when grilling as I couldn't see it (I'm 5' 4") and lifting hot things in and out was difficult.
    The sofa and armchairs were uncomfortable, the beds/pillows too.
    There was big crack/gap in the concrete floor between the kitchenette/dining area (width of the bowl of a teaspoon) and 3 dining chairs had very wobbly legs (replaced quickly when mentioned).
    On arrival the fridge was turned off (at the mains - took us a while to work that one out!) and full of water from melted ice cube trays.
    Bedlinen was clean/fresh and plenty of hot water and we weren't bothered that the apartment wasn't cleaned during week long stay - although from the guest book this bothered others. The midweek 'clean' was complete change of towels and empty of the bins - appreciated. There were 3 dressing gowns for 6 occupants - more were provided on request, as were additional pillows.
    Outdoor pool was great fun. Despite a notice saying no children in the jacuzzi pool…it was full of children every evening when you came in from the slopes and wanted to use it. Had to pop up and down to see when the little darlings were being fed or put to bed, so you could then relax in peace.
    Personally think a Premium residence should include a DVD player (L'Amara, Avoriaz did), but would have been good to have been told when we checked in or in the pre-visit docs that they were available for rent. We couldn't get it working, and engineer was sent in the morning and he had a special gadget to get it to connect, so there was no way we would have been able to get it working ourselves.
    Staff were all friendly - there was a slightly 'end of term' feel, which given that we were there at end of the season was expected. The apartments are a little way from shops…great walk down hill, not good uphill with heavy bags but free bus service was brilliant.
    Would use P&V Premium again because of L'Amara experience but probably wouldn't return to this one.

    • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with family
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    Review collected in partnership with Pierre & Vacances Center Parcs
    2  Thank Bluerhinodoris
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    Reviewed 15 April 2014

    Lovely room with tasteful décor and good kitchen facilities - oven, kettle, toaster and hob. Sofa bed was an easy pull out and could be put away with bedding left on - genius! Modern bathroom and spacious balcony.
    10 minutes walk to Flaine Foret with regular bus service and free taxi service in the evening. Ski in/ski out is good but with soft snow in the afternoon it was sometimes easier to get the bus to avoid the flattish path to the accommodation. Highly recommended!

    Room Tip: Book a superior, south facing room - lovely view and sun in the late afternoon
    • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with family
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    3  Thank Diane A
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    Reviewed 14 April 2014

    We stayed as a family of four at the Terrasses d’Eos in Flaine, in April 2014. We booked an apartment for six (i.e. with two bedrooms) through Erna Low and drove down (free upgrade on the Shuttle to FlexiPlus from Erna Low which was a big bonus).

    We have arranged self catering skiing holidays for the last 12 years or so. The Terrasses is probably the nicest apartment we have stayed in. It is a Pierres and Vacances Premium resort and well deserves the premium status.

    Things I liked: modern décor with a refreshing lack of pine! Oven (not microwave, hurrah!) in the kitchen (but as usual no kettle, and a few other things like a fish slice were also missing but perhaps that was because it was the end of the season). Balcony with space to sit out and a table and chairs. Lots of space to store things in the apartment. Bathroom and shower room. Bar and restaurant in the building, also a pool table. Free loan of fondue and raclette equipment. Morning bakery and pizza service. Excellent free wifi in the apartment. Fitness centre with well-heated outdoor pool. Ski room with reasonably large lockers. Free shuttle service to the main resort. Mid week room clean. ESF maintain a presence in the foyer. 24 hour reception. Really, really friendly and helpful staff.

    Things I was less impressed with: “ski in/ski out” involved a 100 yard tramp along a flat snowy path (it might have been possible to ski in with more snow though, and to be honest it wasn't that far!). The habit of taking out the communal bins in the mornings via the lift (before breakfast) was a bit unwelcome – air freshener would have helped! Standard rooms without a valley view would probably have been a little gloomy (we paid for one of these but got upgraded to a fabulous view of the mountains – probably worth booking that I think).

    Parking in the building is expensive but you probably don’t need it: when we arrived we drove up to the front of the building and took one of the numerous luggage trolleys to unload the car. We then parked on the verge of the road just opposite the building. Not sure this is really allowed but lots of other people were doing it. There is also cheaper (open air) official parking just down the road.

    The apartments are a 5 minute walk (10 minutes back as it is uphill) from Flaine Foret which has a Spa, a bakery, a butcher (where you can order rotisserie chickens) and a cheese shop (with OK cheap “tanker” wine) as well as a SkiSet for ski hire. Plus a couple of restaurants and a bowling alley. There is a 24 hour lift between Flaine Foret and Flaine Forum where there are more shops as well as a chemist and an ATM.

    Flaine isn’t the biggest resort in the world (don’t come here for night life) but the skiing is fine even late season (must be great when you can ski all the way down to Sixte). Oddly the piste map doesn’t seem to do it justice – there is plenty of variety and about 4 separate areas so plenty to keep you occupied for a week. We didn’t encounter any lift queues – but it was the week before Easter week so not high season. Plenty of mountain restaurants although not the cheapest I have found in the Alps!

    All in all, a really excellent apartment in a very pleasant resort. Recommended.

    Room Tip: Book a south facing room to get the view
    • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with family
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    6  Thank JeremySG
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    Reviewed 7 April 2014

    Had a fantastic week 22-29/3/14. Variously called Les Terasses or Montsoleil these apartments are well maintained, clean with a good kitchen, including under counter fridge, with ice compartments (bag of pea size only), proper oven and miracle of miracles a kettle. Went with Crystal who were superb. Each room has it's own ski locker with padlock so in the morning once you're kitted up your direct onto the snow to ski down to Les Gerat lift and off you go. We did an internet shop from Sherpa, it was a bit of a gamble as, although you can specify the date if shopping, you can't specify a time. Anyway found out they deliver between 6-8pm. Shopping was limited compared to UK internet shop but we got all the heavy stuff and all delivered direct to our apartment. Great boulangerie/patisserie in Foret (pre order your stuff from reception and the is a hefty mark up).
    Ordered lift pass on line to get substantial family discount and also big discount getting ski equipment pre ordered on line compared with Crystal brochure. Ski shop will deliver kit to apartments and also collect at end of stay - simple.
    Wifi was poor but ok to get emails and annoy friends on FB. Pool was cool and we only ventured into it once.
    We had a superior apartment for 4 - loads of storage in the one we had.
    Would def go again.

    • Stayed: March 2014, travelled with family
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    2  Thank tabby101
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