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Located a 10-minute drive from Argentière, The Guest House features a garden, views of the mountains, and massages on demand. It is just a 10-minute walk from Vallorcine and Le Tour ski elevators. Helen is a great host, friendly and kind. She also knows everything about the Chamonix valley, and always gives good hints. The chalet is lovely with a great view for the mountains, it is beautifully decorated, tidy, comfortable and within a 10–15 min walk from Vallorcine train station. Oh, and the breakfast is delicious. Me and my girlfriend couldn’t imagine how it could be better, will definitely come back.
Located in Chamonix, Chalet Victoire provides garden views and free WiFi, 7 miles from Chamonix Ski School and 13 miles from Step Into the Void. + perfect view of the glacier and even falls!!! + all equipped kitchen (incl. oven, microwave) + super clean + nice and kind staff (you can communicate with cellphone because he's not there.) + so close to Le Tour gondola station (easy to get the multipass from there)
Pretty, reliable snow, quick access to slopes (by cable car). No nightlife - which suits us and our dog. 2 or 3 local restaurants serving reasonable food. Station is 200 metres away with trains to Argentiere and Chamonix, with World Class ski-ing and restaurants. We drive from U.K. with one overnight stop near Lyon - 10 hours from Calais, all Motorway until Chamonix.
A hidden gem! Some lovely restaurants but not many so be sure to book! Once there everything within walking distance. Train very handy if needed Fabulous skiing. Enough to do for 2-3 days on the slopes
The resort it was the worst in my life, tv doesn’t work everyday 3-5 times a day just getting atuck or changing pause to play by itself or getting stuck and no one is coming for help in 7 days, Rooms are crazy small not like in the pictures, You have to pay for each new towel $5 so 5 people 7 days have to last with 5 towels.... You can not smoke in the balcony , watch tv or talk, eat after 10pm should be crazy dead Quiet , sauna in the pool and store opens at 4pm so when you’re tired and skipping one day of skying you can not even buy anything or go enjoy the sauna cuz it’s closed and the resort is in the midle of nowhere without nice views, you have to go to another city to buy something and bars are closed till 6pm cuz it’s not busy for them so you have to cook always yourself if you want to get food before. Lists getting in the mountains getting stuck every two minutes and you getting up there in couple hours sometimes nobody wants to return the money and you just wasting half of your day by getting called on the left like 35 foot above the ground when it’s very windy and cold . Basically you have to pay for every single small thing and no quality at all, you even have to pay for the room cleaning when you leave and they don’t clean or change the sheets for free even after 7 days... no recommendations!!!!
There's ski rental, small grocery store, lift and all you need at your ski trip. The area is good for intermediate skiers and has amazing panaromatic slopes. There wasn't much happening at the end of March, so I would recommend it to groups who are self-sufficient for the after-ski fun. There was enough snow in the resort (last weekend of March 2017)
Liked the small quiet village, stunning views of the mountains all around, limited but good restaurants/bars all a bit expensive, the 3 Bears the most expensive. The "free" (hotel pass) train along the valley a great boon, Agentier only minutes away with a SuperU, bars, etc. Piste and lift management not very cleaver, caught on Tete de Balme chair lift with instructor when the expected gale struck (50+mph wind). I was frozen by the time we got to the top, total white out and could not find the piste down, eventually made it to Telecabin. Suffered hypothermia exhaustion, nausea, dizzyness, etc. They knew it was coming (the instructor thought the lifts would be closed) and should have closed the lift earlier.
Whilst Vallorcine was quiet there are some lovely restaurants to choose from L'Ours was a favourite for the whole family. The train is easy and convenient for Argentie and Chamonix if you want something busier, it was free with tickets from the hotel.
Quiet location. Very friendly and helpful owners. Quaint Guest House with rustic character. Close to a restaurant and Chamonix. Convivial continental breakfast at a large table. Nice outdoor seating, if outside temperature and time permits. It was on our travel route. Steve (the owner) was truly helpful when manoeuvring our motorbike back down the driveway. Thanks again, Steve.
The size and comfort of room, friendly staff, le spa, restaurant, the fact I could bring dogs, the big balcony (chambre R07)parking, the walks nearby.... everything!
The hotel was okay, we liked the spa area.