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Just returned from a week at this hotel. As previous reviewers have said, the fabric of the hotel needs sprucing up, but the beds are very comfortable, there is an endless supply of hot water in the bathroom and the food is wonderful.
Let's get the minor negatives out of the way first; as per comments from others the interior needs a good spruce up but it was late-season and the WiFi is not really fit for purpose. The family room was slightly small with 3 crazy kids...More
Just got back from a week in this great little hotel. We were a group of 6 adults and all were impressed.
The hotel itself is a little tired and could do with some minor updating, however the bathrooms had recently been refurbished and were...More
First impressions can be deceiving when you turn up at this hotel but once you've settled in, had your first meal and skied the first day you realise that if you book here you've chosen well.
The rooms are well appointed and the bathrooms recently...More
Just home after a weeks skiing in Meribel and stayed at Chalet Les Grangettes. The location was great, pretty much in the centre of town and just across the road to the ski lifts. The food was good and the staff helpful, the hotel was...More
Response from louhouManchester | Reviewed this property |
There were no children there when we stayed but our visit was outside of the school holidays. The hotel has a small games room with a pool table and lots of board games so there is somewhere for them to go safely, whilst not... More
There were no children there when we stayed but our visit was outside of the school holidays. The hotel has a small games room with a pool table and lots of board games so there is somewhere for them to go safely, whilst not having to endure the adult entertainment in the bar downstairs.dinner starts at 8pm but it may be worth asking if they do an early dining service for younger children. The hotel is code locked on all doors so there shouldn't be any concerns re uninvited guests wandering around. Meribel itself is more than sorted for beginners and we saw hundreds of kids setting off for their days in ski school each morning. There are play areas on the piste for learners and children.. I would have no worries about taking my children there when they were younger.