- Reviews: 6
The Ridge Hotel: Good Basic Accommodation
This is a good standard 2*hotel. We stayed half board. It would appear to have been modernised in recent years, so everything is quite new and clean. Rooms inc ensuite are small, but adequate. If you are bigger than average, the shower may be a struggle. Room contains bed a small built in wardrobe, 1x socket and thats it. Ours had a balcony, but no furniture. There is a modern bar, (drinks expensive), TV room and Games room. Breakfast is continental and evening meals were good. Bar can be a bit noisy if room above is on 1st floor.<br/>The Hotel is a bit out, approx 15 to 20min walk into town. To ski there is a choice of, free skibus or minivan from hotel 22 euros a trip. Ski bustop right outside hotel. The main plus for this hotel would be the staff. Young friendly and helpful. I would stay here again.
Modern - Clean - Brilliant Staff
- Reviews: 6
Tacot Chalet: DO NOT STAY HERE
This is without doubt the worst accommodation I have ever stayed in (March 07). I was in a group of 8 skiers, all male , 40 to 60 years. Due to a booking falling through we had to make a last minute change. and it was no cheaper. Tacot was the only chalet available.....no wonder. The Chalet is old, poorly equipped, food was bad and timings were non negotiable with the staff, even though we were the only people staying. Breakfast was put on the table at 8 and if not up, it just sat there. If a codiment was requested, this was met with a glare and slaming doors. After the 1st nights meal, we ate out. The host was unfriendly, non communicative, with no knowledge of skiing in the area and wore the same T Shirt the whole week. The only facilities provided were a hot water ern to make coffee, TV/DVD player in front of a sofa, that some of the group refused to sit on, it was so grubby. The open fire was never lit. It was freezing at night. Bathrooms are shared and they were as old and uninviting as the rest of the Chalet. It was like Fawlty Towers without the laughs. This is just a brief insight into the standard of accommodation and hospitality on offer....I could go on. If our wives had been with us we would have refused to stay. You have been warned !!
There was a nice hotel just down the road.
- Reviews: 146
Au Coin du Feu: Large chalet, BIG fireplace, LOTS of booze
Run by an English couple, who themselves have three children, the place was rather over-run with sprogs when we were there at Easter. But with a couple of breakfast sittings and an early children's tea, you can mostly avoid them. Or, if you have children and babbies yerself, then this is the place for you! Just plonk them in the creche, go off to the mountains and come back when both you and they are ready for bath and bed.<br/><br/>Rooms: On the small side, but nicely decorated, warm, and with lovely mountain views.<br/>Food: Breakfast is pretty good, with lots of coffee, fresh bread, pain au chocolat and a funky egg boiler thingy. Dinners are very good - free aperitif in the bar, followed by thre courses and cheese with lots of wine.<br/>Location: 50m form the telepherique at Les Prodains, which takes you up to all the main runs in Avoriaz. About a 45 minute walk into the centre of Morzine, but there's a free shuttle bus which runs every 15 minutes to and fro - just expect to squeeze in with dripping skiiers and borders at peak times.<br/>Price: Varies in season - we paid about 630 euros each at the end of the season for 7 nights full board (one evening no dinner).
Huge welcoming fireplace. Hot tub outside. Large sauna. Masseuse (blonde).
- Reviews: 299
La Rocaille: Excellent restaurant
We had a half-pension room with an extensive breakfast each morning and a 3-dishes dinner in the evening. One night there was a raclette diner, accompanied by lots of local specialties (staff pictured).
Flemish hosts serving great food.
- Reviews: 660
Hotel La Combe Humbert **: A lovely place to stay
Ten quiet rooms with separate bath room and toilet, direct phone, mini-bar, colour TV, balcony, lift, garden, table tennis, car park, garages. In winter, the hotel is directly accessible on skis. In the summer, a great number of signposted paths will allow you to discover the fauna and the flora of the region. Ask your host. She gives as many tips as you like.<br/>On a sunny summer morning breakfast (bread, croissant, marmelade, cheese, ham, butter, coffee, tea, hot chocolate milk) is served in the garden by the very charming owner of the house.
A nice little mountain hotel, without restaurant, at the foot of the Pleney ski runs, 400 m from the centre of the resort and ski lifts. Sports ground within 5 minutes (tennis, large swimming pools, skating rink, riding, archery).
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