We stayed at Hotel Les Bruyeres mid January room 802. Our first time skiing in the French alps and the location of the hotel is great basically ski to your front door step. The rooms are nice, small but are very warm. We stayed on level 8 which was a bit annoying as the restraunt is above on level 9 so were woken some days by early skiers or keept up by late dinners. We found that the alps are quite expensive it was 77€ full day for 2 skiers. 62€ for a half day. Food also was expensive 16€ for full breakfast which is fine but we were on a budget so bought ham, cheese and bread for breakfast and ate it in the room. I didnt find alot of infomation on how to get there on the internet. We came from lyon. Caught a train to moutiers 2.5hrs then caught a bus from moutiers to les bruyeres and then a free shuttle runs from bus stop to alot of resorts including hotel les bruyeres. Getting back to london was a different story alot of the connectiong trains did t line up and our train left moutiers at 651 so had to catch taxi from hotel to moutiers 75€ as bus starts at 8. Overall was a pretty good stay expensive but the snow was amazing as was the weather!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the heart of Olympic Savoy, Les Menuires resort belongs to the famous Three Valleys, the world’s biggest ski area. The wide, perfectly exposed site is very sunny. Les Ménuires is a sports enthusiasts’ and thrill-seekers’ paradise as well as a family resort with many activities for non-skiers. But this friendly, functional place is above all a ski resort where you can literally set off for the slopes with your skis on. ... more less
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