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Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence Les Alpages de Reberty
Kiev, Ukraine
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Reviewed 26 January 2014

Small rooms, bad Internet, old furniture. I rent appartments for 8 persons but it wasn't enough for 3 adults and 2 children (1 and 5 years old). The other side, it wasd good view and biulding direct on slope.

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Reviewed 15 April 2013

Booked a self catering apartment in the Alpages de Reberty for the family (2 adults, 2 children) via Pierre et Vacances for a ski trip early April 2013. This 4 star accomodation is cheaper than most at this altitude (2000 m).

The apartments are spread over 4 main buildings, closely grouped together in the Reberty 2000 area of Les Menuires. As well as the accomodation blocks there is a restaurant, a grocery shop (which has hot rotisserie chickens plus raclette rental as well as a decent selection of meat, cheese, wine and tinned goods and OK bakery), a ski rental shop, an office for the lifts and an office for the ESF. Plus a bar/restaurant (ferme de Reberty - this gets booked up for popular nights such as Fridays and Saturdays so book ahead). So it is pretty well self contained.There isn't much else in walking distance (apart from a couple of hotels with restaurants and a delicatessen) but there is a regular bus down to the main shopping area of the Croisette (which is hardly worth the trip!)

Parking available close to the apartments - but I suspect you need to arrive early on a Saturday afternoon to get a space and otherwise you might be parked a few hundred yards away. Covered parking available at Euro60 a week. Getting luggage from the car to the apartment is a bit of an effort compared with some places we have stayed (slopes, no trollies and no paths cleared of snow).

Booked skis and lift passes online from the UK. All very easy. Couldn't book lessons online for some reason - and they do get booked up (people who arrived on the Saturday couldn't get morning lessons) but you normally can book online with ESF so this may just have been a glitch with the website. Otherwise I guess you could telephone.

Ski-in to the apartment we were in (Edelweis); ski-out required a short (30 m) walk round the apartment onto the slope. You can ski down to a couple of lifts (including the Sunny Express) or down to the Croisette where there are more lists, so getting on the slopes in the morning is easy.

Our apartment (2 bedrooms) was for 6 people and small (as most French ski apartments are) but pleasantly decorated and furnished - and this year we actually got a kettle for I think the first time in France! Usual microwave/grill oven with hob, so fine for certain types of cooking. Balcony but no outside chairs. Free but intermittent wifi in rooms - better in the Reception. BBC News the only UK language TV station. Lots of hot water and apartment was nice and warm. There is a bakery service with bread delivered to the door before 8am (order before 7pm). Smallish but adequate swimming pool plus suana and gym.

ESF was just across the slope from the apartment so very easy to get to (walkable in a couple of minutes). Teachers were charming and spoke good English!

Reberty/Les Menuires links well to the rest of the Trois Vallees area - which is perhaps the best skiing area in France. But skiing in Les Menuires area is excellent - don't miss out on the Masse area the other side of the valley.

Don't come here if you want vibrant nightlife. Do come here if you are happy to self cater and want an excellent value and convenient, high altitude place to stay. We have been here a couple of times before and will I hope come again.

Room Tip: The Edelweis apartment building has good ski-in ski-out
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  • Stayed April 2013, travelled with family
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Moscow
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Reviewed 21 November 2012

This hotel canceled my reservation after 1.5 months after it was made.
They offered us a hotel much lower level. And in another region. To spend this New Year holidays in the Les Ménuires for us is fundamentally important (cause our friends will be there), but now it is impossible to find another accomodation.

Be careful.

  • Stayed November 2012, travelled with friends
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Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
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Reviewed 29 March 2012

Generally this was fine. We stayed in the Edelweiss block and had a "5/6 sleeper" apartment. It was mostly just two of us but we had two friends stay with us for the first weekend and we were meeting up with others who were staying nearby so we did have people in and out of the apartment through the week.

The apartment itself was, we thought, very well laid out and took good advantage of the space. The living room had a little sofa and chair, together with a good sized table and benches either side. So for example when we had our friends round for pre dinner drinks we easily managed to get 6 people sitting around very comfortably with lots of room.

There's a little kitchenette as part of the living room - it is small but well equipped with dishwasher, sink, fridge, and storage. We didnt find that we lacked any kitchen implements but to be fair we didnt cook anything! There was a bottle opener, whch was the main thing.

There was one bedroom with a double bed, another seperate bedroom with two single bunk beds, a loo and a seperate bathroom with shower and bath. There was also a very good sized balcony with a great view of the piste.

I think for four people it was perfect, for 5/6 it would have been a squeeze. There was ample storage.

The local pub, La Ferme, served great food but agree with previous comments that the portions are massive - not a complaint by any means, would just recommend that you share a starter! The food was really good and do try an Avalanche cocktail - they were the best bit.

We went in mid March and the snow in Reberty / Les M was pretty slushy. Over the top at Val Thorens though was really perfect and we had some great days there and in Orelle - and also on La Masse (just opposite Les M).

Access to the main Reberty slope really couldnt be much easier from the boot room.

Reberty doesnt have a huge amount going on (pretty much just La Ferme and the Sherpa supermarket) but the free bus to Les M comes every 20 mins so not a problem. And Reberty is much cuter than Les M so we prefered it as a place to stay.

We paid about £1200 for one week and between 4 people I think this would have represented good value for the accommodation / standard of cleanliness / location etc.

The only thing I would say is that it does position itself as a "luxury" aparetment and on that basis a mid week clean, or even just a towel change and bin empty, would have been good - it was starting to get a bit grotty by the end of the week and there werent even any spare bin liners provided. I get that it's self catering but a couple of extra things like that would, I think, make it more deserving of its "luxury" tag.

  • Stayed March 2012, travelled with friends
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Bournemouth, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 18 February 2012

Firstly in common with most French Ski Chalets if it says it sleeps 6 that is the MAXIMUM occupancy.

There are a range of sizes, we were able to view several as we wanted to rebook for Easter.
So the one bedroom with bunk alcove is fine for a family with children it does include a sofa and trundle if you want to squeeze 6 in. The two bed classic has two petite but adequate bedrooms and the sofa trundle to squeeze in 6. The two bed espace is the same with more space. We had one of these and with the 2 bathrooms it comfortably slept 6 if two are happy to use the sofa trundle arrangement. Our 'two' were my daughter and boyfriend who are working for another company in the resort and were glad of a change from their petite staff accommodation.

The downside for 6 is there are not enough sofas even in the larger apartment where there is plenty of room for more seating.

The apartments are very clean and very well equipped, with nice decors in Savoyard style. Good quality linen and towels. Nice touches like kitchen cleaning kit, tea towels, bathroom products and loo roll on arrival.

The ski locker was perfect in the basement with a ground level access door from the slopes.
The clients were not all perfect and the poor staff have a constant battle with guests walking into the residences in ski boots and with skis. I really don't get this when you are provided with a very adequate personal free locker?

Excellent covered parking worth the extra charge for us because it was minus 29c some nights but there is plenty of free parking close to the hotel.

Food - if you're driving stop in Carefour Moutiers for a weekly shop then use the Sherpa for stocking up, do order one of their roast chickens. If your not driving Sherpa has everything you need and was reasonably priced for a mountain supermarket. La Ferme is an excellent restaurant next to the hotel, just avoid Wednesday evening as it is catered chalet day off so very busy.

Good attention to safety with rubber mats and grit on walkways, very clean but yes there is yellow snow because some humans feel that's ok and the French are known for their relaxed attitude to dog excrement. One grandmother felt it was ok to use the main path as a toboggan run for her grandchild, perhaps the same one that complained it was slippery to walk on?

Very helpful reception staff with excellent language skills.

The spa complex is lovely and relaxing after a day skiing, yes there are children in the pool it's a family hotel.

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  • Stayed February 2012, travelled with family
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Iserlohn, Germany
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Reviewed 15 February 2012

We were 5 in an apartment for 6 people. It was so small that we payed an upgrade to a bigger one. Even then there was no real livingroom so we had to sit at the dining table all the time. One bedroom had no shelves and no hooks to put things on. There were no hooks in the bath to hang towels.
When we came home after skiing the hamam wasn´t on a few times, we had to ask for it. The way out of the skiroom was full of ice, we asked at the rec. to put a rubber mat there to prevent us from falling, nothing happened, so we had to help ourselves.
The snow in front of the reception door was full of dogshit and urin patches, nobody felt responsible, it was still there after 6 days. That is not a good management!

  • Stayed February 2012, travelled with friends
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Heverlee, Belgium
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51 reviews
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 40 helpful votes
Reviewed 7 February 2012

This is our second stay in the Alpages de Reberty. The apartments are clean, with all the comfort you need for a week with the family. The amenties are perfect, a pool at comfortable temperature, different saunas and turkish baths, a shop and skishop on walking distance, and an excellent restaurant with savoyard specialities. You can ski directly from and to the chalet. One negative point: you must put the skis in the basement and use the stairs to go to the slopes...

  • Stayed February 2012
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Property: Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence Les Alpages de Reberty
Address: Reberty | Reberty 2000, 73440, Saint-Martin-de-Belleville, France
Region: France > Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes > Savoie > Saint-Martin-de-Belleville
Amenities:
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Kitchenette Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Ski-In / Ski-Out Spa Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #8 of 108 Speciality Lodging in Saint-Martin-de-Belleville
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £
Hotel Class:3 star — Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence Les Alpages de Reberty 3*
Number of rooms: 103
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