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This hotel lives up to its poor reviews. The food was unpleasant, poorly presented, and often lukewarm. The standard was reminiscent of school dinners, and looked as if Angel Delight was a staple of the desserts. The wine supplied was unpleasant, the bar prices extortionate,...More
We were not expecting a top notch hotel given the previous reviews. But it does not take much effort to keep it clean and the staff under control. The stairways were dirty the whole week, rooms were grubby and table tops dirty. The food was...More
I stayed at this hotel expecting a rustic alpine hotel with lovely mark warner catering and a chance to catch up on some rest. What I got was a shabby establishment desperately in need of a refurb, pokey wooden clad bedroom that was small and...More
This was clearly once a nice hotel but it is now rather tired and overdue for refurb. windows and doors do not close very well - loose catches etc. Lots of evidence of temporary fixes that have become permanent, probably to avoid spending money. Rooms...More
Stayed here with Mark Warner. Hotel is basic but warm and comfortable - after all the focus is skiing not hotel amenities! Young team led well by Rachel - very enthusiastic and worked hard to ensure we had a good time. A couple of minor...More
Response from charleslsegal | Reviewed this property |
Oh I forgot , no, you can't ski back to the shop, you have to get the cable car back down to the resort. This is not a problem as there are two cable cars, so there is rarely a queue even at peak times such as February half... More
Oh I forgot , no, you can't ski back to the shop, you have to get the cable car back down to the resort. This is not a problem as there are two cable cars, so there is rarely a queue even at peak times such as February half term (when we went).