Generally very good, staff very friendly.
Downsides were - these are all being very critical and none of the points actually affected our stay,.....
No towels on arrival, but quickly provided.
No double bed sheet & dovet cover, but quickly provided
Double bed was actually quite small in both width and length.
While self catering we hadn't fully appreciated we'd need to buy own loo roll, salt & pepper, washing up liquid, dish cloths etc etc
The sauna / steam room is 1 free session after that it's 8 euros a day or 33 euros a week per room. If this was in Expedia small print we didn't see it!
At end of stay had to clean the room to pass inspection or could pay 50 euros for staff to do it - we did but again didn't notice this in Expedia small print!
Located near the slopes, this Peisey-Nancroix apartment is in the mountains, within a 5-minute walk of Peisey Ski Lift and …More
We travelled to LaPlagne, two adults and two children (7&8) because of the resort altitude, good snow record and easy transfer from Chambery airport (90 minutes). Hire car from Chambery was reasonable and allowed us extra freedon in resort, Would recommend having a car for La Plagne as each of the resort areas are apart. The resort is good if you are there to Ski. Not much atmosphere and certainly not picturesque. Snow was great and Aspen Prestige appartments were great. Nice people, spacious apartment with all facilities. Paid extra for cleaning service (70 Euros) but you can opt to do this yourself. Swimming pool is good and heated but changing rooms not ideal (take a bath robe and flip flops so you make a dash back to your room. Placed to eat limited but the ones we tried were good (The Grizzly and La Spatule). Expect lots of cheese and meat in the area. Snow and great weather made the trip and would recommend the Aspen to anyone.
Traveller from Suffolk
Located in the mountains, this slopeside Macot-la-Plagne residence offers ski-in/ski-out access within 2 mi (3 km) of …More
Good functional apartments but was expecting it to be in better condition seeing as it was supposed to have been refurbished. It was on the small side even for 4 people and we had a 2 bed place. The beds and pillows were uncomfortable and 1 toilet roll only! Having said all this it is all about the skiing and its location is brilliant. We also had a wonderful view to the slopes from our balcony. We only stayed for four days and yet couldn't check out properly due to the opening hours, they basically shut the reception from 11-4 so we had to drop keys at a neighbouring apartment. Anyway we had a great stay and a fun time.
Traveller from surrey uk
Located in the mountains, this ski-in/ski-out residence in Belle Plagne is within 1 mi (2 km) of Roche de Mio Ski Lift and …More
"This is not a hotel, this is vacation properties"
This is NOT A HOTEL, this is vacation properties/apartment rental type of facilities with a fully equipped kitchen, they provide ONLY once , upon your arrival-linens for a duration of stay, personal size soap,body lotion and shampoo set per bathroom, not per person, toilet paper 1 per bathroom,one garbage bag per garbage can, small kitchen set of detergent, one medium and one large towel per person which you using at shower and at the pool and 2 bathrobe.
NO FREE housekeeping during your stay.
All the amenities they offer by property are nice, free ski lockers, pool, sauna, extra fees breakfast,ski rental and ski lift tickets can be reserved on the property.
Food stores, food courts and reustarants are steps away.
This property is excellent for ski lovers to enjoy ski in ski out experience.
In addition, we rented the largest 2 bd/ 2 by apartment for family of 4- good size, enough place.
Traveller from NewYork
Located in the mountains, this ski-in/ski-out residence in Aime is within 1 mi (2 km) of Télémétro and Golf and close to …More
We had a two bed apartment for 2 families (4 adults and 2 chidren)- it was much bigger than expected with 2 bathrooms and excellent storage/ drying space. The hotel is ski in and out which is perfect.
It is well equipped with everything you need in the kitchen including washing up liquid. dishwasher tabs.
There are minimal toiletries supplied so do take your own, however plentiful towels and a hairdryer.
Traveller from London, UK
Located in the mountains, this Arc-1600 residence offers ski-in/ski-out access within 3 mi (5 km) of Mont Blanc and Transarc …More
The position with regard to ski in and out is good. You need to check whether your balcony actually has a view.
Ours didn't due to being in the roof area. That was disappointing and although the accommodation was quite comfortable and warm the single beds were very small and the lighting in the main bedroom was very poor. The staff were efficient but not overhelpful. We had to figure it out for ourselves mostly.
We asked if we could change rooms as we had no view at all and we fully expected to be given another room but we were told that none was available even though it was plainly obvious that it was not fully booked.
I couldn't see in the wardrobe without positioning a lamp on a small table in front of the open wardrobe door.
The bathrooms were fine though a large person would have struggled to get into the shower in the ensuite.
There is one restaurant close by where you have to book. Food is very good. There is a pizza takeaway and bar which is good also. There are no shops other than skiset. You can place orders for breakfast.Last lift back to the appartments at night is at 10 30 which is a pain but other than that they are very frequent.
Tranfers to the bus stop on the Saturday am are packed and not frequent and you have to get your stuff to the meeting point which is ok if the road is clear of snow but we struggled to get on the bus due to the number of people. An extra run would beuseful.
Traveller from Manchester. England.
Located in the mountains, this slopeside residence offers ski-in/ski-out access in Arc-1800 within 2 mi (3 km) of Transarc …More