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Reviewed February 11, 2018

Firstly,remember how much you paid to stay at this hotel. Its not spectacular but it is clean, tidy and the staff are friendly. It's very good value for money. The rooms were cleaned every day and clean towels were always provided as well as beds made etc.
The rooms are adequate. We had one that backed onto the Ghost bar and if you're a family who dont want to listen to revellers until the early hours, it wouldnt be for you. We werent in that catagory so it didnt really bother us. The only small downside I could mention about the rooms is that the over bath shower was positioned at the level for a 7 year old! A proper shower unit would make all the difference. The hotel bar is quite large and has plenty of seating areas. For the whole week we were there we only saw possibly half a dozen other people in the bar - Until the day we left (Sunday) when it was changeover day and people arrived around 12pm but couldn't check in to 2.30pm - Then the bar was rammed! The staff were always willing to help even if some of their English wasnt great. This is one of the nearest hotels to the Clotes lift and that is a massive plus point. It's also in the heart of the village so all the bars / restaurants are literally a stones through away. As far as I'm aware, the hotel has its own boot room although we always stored ours at the ski hire shop. Regarding food, we only stayed on a B&B basis and the breakfast was your typical continental breakfast. Bread,meat, cheese, eggs, cereals etc. There was plenty of it so no complaints there. It was always busy in the evening for dinner but I can't comment on the quality of the food.

There is a spa / sauna within the hotel and whilst it looked great, we never actually used it so can't comment on it. Also, heard its 20 Euro a go.

Also, hotel has free wifi but it's not that great. Not the hotels fault, the whole village doesnt have great wifi and if you try and use it at peak times when everyone else is using it, it's a bit hit and miss.

Overall, I was pleased with my overall experience at this hotel and would return.

Room tip: Rooms at the back of the hotel overlooking the Ghost bar can be noisy up until 5am!
Date of stay: January 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
    • Sleep Quality
    • Service
Thank Colin J
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Reviewed March 8, 2017 via mobile

Second time in this hotel... fourth trip to Sauze...

This is a ronseal hotel... it does what it says it will do on the tin!

It's very clean
Super friendly
Not expensive
It's comfortable
Food is pleasant enough and lots over 4 courses in the evening.
GREAT LOCATION...
Spa is well equipped .. extra 20 e a day per person
Massages are excellent value for money.

Downside
The food is basic... but nice enough and well cooked
The location is a bit noisy at night... I used ear plugs and was fine after that.... it's very close to noisy bars... as a lot are in Sauze.

For the money... it's great!

Date of stay: March 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Richandcas
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Reviewed February 6, 2017

Good value for a skiing holiday.
Good location near piste and lift.
Nice ski area. No waiting.
Friendly staff.
Food ok, but standard reflects the low cost.
They did not open for breakfast before 8.00, and dinner before 19.30.
Room was ok size and clean.

Date of stay: January 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Jacob B
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Reviewed March 14, 2016

Okay breakfast but the dinner was a little disappointing. Was expecting more from the Italian kitchen ..... But there are a lot of restaurants nearby. The room we had was a double room. Hard beds and a pillow that felt like a softer tree stock :-). Small bathroom with shower. Large laonge with comfortable armchairs and sofas. The bar was really nice. Nice to sit there with a beer and Jägermeister after a full day on the slopes. Very bad Wifi! According to our organizer Alpresor it said that the hotel had Wifi, which in itself was true, but uppkopplongen unmarked and almost absent from the room. A little bit better in the bar and lounge area, but not as it should be in these times! 5 minutes promendad up to the Clotes ski lift. There was an opportunity to pay to leave skis and boots at the ski lift.

Date of stay: March 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank Carl-Erik L
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Reviewed February 21, 2016 via mobile

We were a group of four families on our annual ski trip. We loved the location which is really close to the lifts and some of the lively local bars including our favourite Ghost. Rooms were a good size, recently refurbished and with balconies and quite large bathrooms with baths. We thought the food was generally pretty good and some of the dinners were excellent. There's a proper bean to cup coffee machine too for breakfast though sometimes you had to queue for a couple of minutes. Staff were generally very friendly and helpful too even if the owner Massimo has a passing resemblance to Basil Faulty. I half expected the animals head on the wall above the bar to fall on his head! Bar prices were reasonable as were the carafes of house wine at 12 euros.
Unfortunately the chintzy lounge area with its pink floral sofas looked like it had been furnished with a job lot of furniture from a Turin old people's home. There was a good pool table but 3 euros per game seemed excessive. The bar area could also do with some help from an interior designer.
For me the worst thing about the hotel was the awful wifi. There clearly wasn't enough bandwidth for the number of people staying there and because I rely on it for work I'd need to be assured this had been fixed before I stayed there again. Another minor gripe was the lack of heating in the boot room but most of us just took our boots to our rooms to dry by the radiators. By the way the walk to the lift is closer to 100 metres than 200 metres. This could be a pain if you have toddlers and are carrying three sets of skis but for everyone else it's really nothing. And on the way back you can ski back to a hole in the fence which is even closer. I would definitely recommend this hotel.

Date of stay: February 2016
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank bentisdall
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