The resort itself is small. Only one small well stocked supermarket which is expensive, we drive so shop in France on the way, Switzerland is expensive anyway.
Underneath reception is a really nice resturant and not too badly priced,
Chez gabi is very expensive 60 francs for 4vin chaud, and the other two restaurants one is top class and you pay for it the other near the nursery slopes and down thexroad we have not tried.
We tend to self cater anyway, if you need supplies ski to avoriaz with a rucksack or two and get it there, half the price!
Not used the ski rental or ski school so cannot comment, not used the pool either .
The skiing gas always been great for us in jan and march being able to ski right back to the apartment door, involves a bit of off piste and voles you're eyes and hope, ok for experiences skiers!!!!
Try the vin chaud blanc, and tartiflete, yum yum
Snow chains or winter tyres are needed as quite a steep road to the resort which gets quite snowy.
Advice, long walk to the lift pass office at the bottom of the poma lift by car park, get your passes on the way up to the resort to safe a walk.
- Also Known As:
- Royal Alpage Club Switzerland/Portes Du Soleil