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A very cozy apartment, finished in Alpine style (a lot of wooden decorations and folk furniture), with rich equipment, including a dishwasher and lot of kitchen ware and utensils. Underground parking, not so expensive. Very nice staff, speaking English not only French. Nice balcony. Despite...More
Please note this is a residence consisting of apartments, not a hotel.
We had an apartment for maximum of 8 people, and there were 7 of our family occupying it. It was very interesting and attractive, with an upstairs where there was lounge area, master...More
I cannot recommend this place enough. We enjoyed the generous space of a three bed apartment with three bathrooms, a spacious lounge and kitchen. Plus a balcony with lunchtime sun. Fabulous service, friendly staff, great pool and lounge area. Good car parking and close to...More
The location is perfect! However, if you are looking for hotel comfort, I would not suggest this property. It is more like a lodge. Reception has limited hours (when open, they are very friendly and accommodating), the apartments are equipped with all the basics -...More
just got back from a week here - we had an apartment for 7 and there was 5 of us. we had 2 double rooms and a room with 2 very small bunk beds.... the 2 double rooms were perfect one had an en suite...More
The train is easy peasy. I'm not a skier, but stayed in the valley three times now and used the train with my daughter in a buggy and that was absolutely fine. Sometimes there's a few steps up to the seating, but... More
The train is easy peasy. I'm not a skier, but stayed in the valley three times now and used the train with my daughter in a buggy and that was absolutely fine. Sometimes there's a few steps up to the seating, but the train has ski racks at the ends of each carriage so there's plenty of space for skis (and buggies!)
The last train back from Cham is just before 8pm though, if you've been skiing all day, you may be pooped by then anyways! And the last bus back is a bit later. Timetables are available on the Chamonix tourism websites.
If you're staying in tourist accommodation, you should get a pass that gives you free travel on trains and buses between Vallorcine and Servoz (which will easily cover you for any skiing in the Cham valley)
Hope that helps!