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This hotel is in the Avoriaz ski resort in the Haute-Savoie region with direct access to the ski slopes. It features rooms with mountain views. The whole experience was excellent. The hotel was beautiful, the staff accommodating and friendly and the location and amenities were just what I needed during my vacation. Highly recommended.
Hôtel MiL8 has a restaurant, fitness center, a bar and ski-to-door access in Avoriaz. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a playground. Location of the hotel was fantastic- perfect to ski and get to ski lift. Super breakfast with a great variety of things for all the family. All staff were wonderful- really helpful and approachable.
This residence is located in Avoriaz, just 4.5 mi from skifields at Les Gets. It has an indoor, heated swimming pool and self-catering apartments. Location and facilities. This apartments are located in the summit of of a mountain. the view is indescribable. We were able to rent bikes and buy food in a local market. Room was clean and cozy and staff was super friendly. I will definitely come back to this beautiful place.
Résidence Pierre & Vacances Electra is 4.5 mi from Les Gets Ski Resort and 15 mi from Samoëns. With direct access to the ski slopes and the cable car, it offers self-catering accommodations. Nice place to stay! We liked that it was ski in/out and had a reception desk and laundry room. The room was a perfect size for 2 adults and 2 kids.
Maeva Particuliers Résidence le Saskia Falaise is set in Morzine, 3.1 mi from TC Super Morzine Ski Elevator. TC du Pléney Ski Elevator is 3.7 mi from the property. All units have a TV. Excellent location and view Compact but perfect for family of four Bedding, linen and kitchen facilities basic but very clean and comfortable
On average, 3-star hotels in Avoriaz cost $315 per night, and 4-star hotels in Avoriaz are $430 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Avoriaz can be found for $934 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
There is a Main Street where you will find everything you need all in one place. The supermarket is great for grabbing cheaper food / snacks if your apartment has a small kitchen I’d recommend not eating out daily as it can get pricey because obviously it’s tourist prices. There are plenty of restaurants open daily and into the night..with a few take away places also. The help centre is great, all the staff where very helpful, unfortunately we had our skis stolen from our balcony area, the staff recommended the police, but they just told us to report it here in the U.K..not so helpful! As a group we had a fantastic trip, slopes are great for beginners and intermediates, they have a wide range of ski parks for all abilities, we would definitely visit again!
Spectacular views of the area, both from accommodation and from every ski slope. Very charming town, with good shopping opportunities both for food and retail. Good restaurants in town and on the slopes. No cars in town, only horse drawn carriages. Easy to walk around town.
The resort is fully pedestrianised - you leave the car at a parking above the resort, and then either jump on a horse-drawn sleigh or pull your luggage to your accommodation on a sledge (take the sleigh!). The clean air and lack of traffic immediately add to your sense of escape and transforms Avoriaz into a really relaxing and quiet experience where it's easy to disconnect. And since it is at 1800 meters above sea level, it is pretty much guaranteed that you will have tons of snow. Avoriaz is a relatively big town of high-rise apartments. True, not as charming as a town full of small chalets, but the wooden architecture is not bad and there are lots of shops, activities (e.g. cinema, skate ring, a heated pool complex, a bowling alley and even dog sledding), as well as restaurants and bars to choose from. In terms of ski, there are literally hundreds of kilometres of ski slopes in the porte du soleil area that range from the almost flat green ones for beginners, to red, black and even the famous "Swiss wall" which is regarded as one of the most difficult slopes in the alps. And since there are so many different options and the ski lifts are relatively modern, there is never too much waiting (which is a killer in other stations). Given it's position, most apartments are "ski-in, ski-out", which is a much nicer experience than those stations were you need to walk a lot, drive or take a bus. No one needs to walk more than a few paces to start skiing But it goes without saying that you may need to check what is open and available in case of a continued COVID crisis.
Ski in ski out. Resort covered in snow so gives the alpine experience whereas other lower resorts have no snow. Child friendly, no cats, can sledge in the evenings etc, good variety of cafes, pubs, restaurants. Not much not to like about Avoriaz.
Avoriaz... good family resort with good intermediate skiing. Lots of takeaway pizza places to eat back at Apartment. Tip.. you need to make reservation for eating out at the many restaurants as they get very busy.
First time staying in Avoriaz after staying in other areas around the Porte du soleil, I would stay there again especially with kids as everything is on the doorstep. The swimming pool in resort is an extra bonus
Location was at the top of the resort, but were able to ski in and ski out. Access to the resort can be accessed through several building via lift/stairs and arrive in the centre of town. SnowCat Taxis are available 24/7 and the telephone number is located in the apartment lift making transfers back to the central car park very easy and good value for money. No need to struggle with your luggage!
The location was excellent for adults, perhaps a little far for small legs to schlep down to the main restaurant area, but that's what the horse-drawn carriages or toboggans are for! The boot room access was excellent, we skied straight out into the mini-stash snow park every morning which was a nice easy green run!
The studio was spacious enough for the two of us, and had great views over the mountains from the balcony. Relatively well-equipped kitchen, fine for cooking basic dinners and lunches. The location of the building is great, it only takes a few minutes to get onto the nearest ski run.
The whole experience was excellent. The hotel was beautiful, the staff accommodating and friendly and the location and amenities were just what I needed during my vacation. Highly recommended.
Great location in near vicinity of all the amenities that Avoriaz has to offer and with easy ski in/out options to make life very easy particularly with kids in tow.
Convenient location next to ice rink and village des entrants ski school. Ski in ski out. Bunks were in their own space and there were two bathrooms so plenty of space.
Nice place to stay! We liked that it was ski in/out and had a reception desk and laundry room. The room was a perfect size for 2 adults and 2 kids.
Great location and lovely new hotel. The Staff were great and breakfast was very good.
Ski in ski out. Very close to bars and supermarket. Great views from the apartment.
nice views given the location high at the resort
Location best in Avoriaz