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Room was small and basic but linen clean and bed comfortable. Shower was functional albeit not fancy.
Breakfast very good. Power bar with choice of natural and fruit yoghurts as well as cereal, muesli, almonds, sprinkles and fresh fruit. Also delicious fresh rolls with choice...More
Basic Swiss standard, meaning clean and comfortable. Bed was comfortable, and the room not over heated, as can be the case at some ski hotels. Exceptionally friendly and helpful staff. Dining room /bar is cozy. Check ahead of time if you want dinner at the...More
Totally agree with previous review. The hotel is definitely not up to standard. Facilities were basic to say the least. Manageress could have been more helpful.
Breakfast - hardly anything to eat. Evening meal was hit or miss!! No where to sit and relax. Only...More
We have just returned from a National Holiday stay at The Surpunt. It is a basic ski resort hotel. Beds and towels clean and the views from the balcony were stunning. The hotel lacked the facility of a lounge, it had one settee for 45...More
We have just come back from this hotel having gone with national holidays. The hotel is very basic and I mean basic!!. We were a full coach nearly but there was no lounge to sit in or Hardley any seating unless you stayed in the...More
US$100 - US$152 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No tea/coffee to make yourself in your room. No entertainment except your room TV or a movie evening for all in the public area once a week. There's a free tabletop soccer game (foosball) though. And a sauna. If you're... More
No tea/coffee to make yourself in your room. No entertainment except your room TV or a movie evening for all in the public area once a week. There's a free tabletop soccer game (foosball) though. And a sauna. If you're looking for more, you have to go out.
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"Some room have balconies. No lift so need to consider how many floors you want to drag your bags (although..."