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Been to this hotel before.
It's gotten even worse than previous years.
My five year old vomited for 2 days. So did 6 other children.
Whole hotel is filthy.
Don't take the sickness risk. Go elsewhere.
It is very very bad. Shame on you Mark...More
The staff at this hotel were exceptional; they were great with my allergy needs and were always accommodating. The food was very nice too; lovely french dinners with a 3 options per course. The rooms were clean and tidy but could use an update; in...More
We had never been skiing as a family, in fact, we'd never been skiing at all! We showed up at the Mark Warner Chalet Hotel Le Val d'Isere as complete beginners having only had one lesson on dry ski slopes (so not the same!) We...More
All the staff at this hotel were accommodating, friendly and extremely helpful, the rooms were clean and comfortable and the food in the restraunt was delicious!
Lots of people saying they got ill from this hotel but I was with a group of 4 and...More
We took a late Easter ski break here and got a good discount. Staff were very helpful and friendly- always smiling and happy to help us. Food was lovely and plentiful. Complimentary wine was also good and palatable. Room was very old fashioned with grubby...More
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People's expectations are different and it is not uncommon to have some form of upset stomach given the change in altitude, richer food and perhaps alcohol! My only other thought is our bathroom did feel like it had been... More
People's expectations are different and it is not uncommon to have some form of upset stomach given the change in altitude, richer food and perhaps alcohol! My only other thought is our bathroom did feel like it had been refurbished - perhaps some rooms have been done up more recently. The public areas were fine, sometimes tables weren't cleaned as much as they could be but as we ate at the same table at least they were our crumbs