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Nothing to add, food is great, staff are fantastic, not actually ski in ski out (150m walk to main lifts, although there is a short 50m walk to a blue). Rooms are very small but comfortable, lounge are cosy for the evenings. Great Value for...More
Visited the Coq de Bruyere for a skiing holiday (which I guess is the only reason to come here) as part of a big group. As a skiing hotel, it is pretty much fine, although no better than that. The communal rooms are a nice...More
Expectations for a chalet hotel staffed by enthusiastic but in-experienced Brits often more focused on skiing than 'customer service' should never be set high. BUT occasionally there are exceptions. I had read a number of middling to poor reviews but it is hard to see...More
The chalet hotel is a couple of minutes walk away from the main slopes by the Croisette. There are two ski shops on the same road, so you have a choice if you are hiring equipment. The hotel is somewhere I have stayed 8 times...More
Well first the positives:
Staff were brilliant
Food very good and plentiful
Now for the downsides....
Hotel generally shabby. The floor outside our room (No 58) felt as though it would collapse. The room itself was small and smelt awful, even with the...More
There are a lot of Russians within the resort, as they own a lot of property and clubs. The prices of drinks depends on which type of bar you are going to. Most bars have happy hours and you can get the free buses down to... More
There are a lot of Russians within the resort, as they own a lot of property and clubs. The prices of drinks depends on which type of bar you are going to. Most bars have happy hours and you can get the free buses down to the lower resorts, where the drinks are cheaper. Or ski down there at the end of the day and get the bus back up!