Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 out of 5
4.3 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Alexandria, NH

Beautiful/ fantastic views. Easy check-in/out.

Posted Oct 28, 2015
Pros: Helpful staff, great views, comfortable.
Cons: Seemed close to perfect at the time.
Location: Nice restaurants in Leysin, but the real beauty is the hiking and the views of French Alps and the foothills of the Swiss Alps.
Beautiful / fantastic views. Easy check-in/out. Very comfortable inside with everything needed to make a comfortable stay. Will definitely look to book again on next visit!!
5 out of 5
by A verified traveler from y

Posted May 31, 2015
It was very nice stay! We loved the accommodation.
4 out of 5
by A verified traveler from London

Great access to skiing facilities and great view

Posted Mar 25, 2015
Pros: Ski storage area at the ski lifts. Fondue equipment in the kitchen. Spacious balcony and stunning views. Being at a high point in the village.
Cons: Mattresses were a quality below what you'd see in a hotel. An option for double beds. Salt, pepper, oil would have been handy in the kitchen
Location: For a quick shop the grocery shop near the station is convenient. The Station bar, Davinda Lounge, and Top Pub are close and worth a visit for a drink
My partner and I stayed in the residences for 4 nights mid-March. It was a fantastic holiday. The accomodation was very convenient for us to ski from, as well as being quiet, spacious and with a view. The conditions were decent for march and there were some nice runs. And most importantly, no queues for the ski lifts! Leysin is a nice enough skiing village. It doesn't have the charm of some of the more popular resorts, but it does offer a good price for Switzerland, has decent facilities for beginners and has nice scenic runs when you head on the pistes further east of the char lift. The view from the restaurant "Le Kuklos" is also stunning. In mid March the apres-ski atmosphere is quite lacking. The bars were generally empty. But the restaurants and bars up amongst the runs had a good atmosphere. One thing to keep in mind. Leysin is a village set on a steep hill. Although the village centre looks very close on a map, there's a significant altitude difference. Getting up from the village to the Residence Chamoissaire is up a set of stairs with a seemingly endless number of steps (think a good 20-30 stories high). After our first experience we decided to time our visits to the village with the free shuttle bus timetable. I loved that special kit storage area at the ski lifts was provided. The 10 minute walk to the ski lifts might not be a big deal for the downhill walk when you're setting off, but a welcome relief when you don't have to walk uphill after a day skiing