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254TracyR wrote a review Feb 2020
Bristol, United Kingdom40 contributions14 helpful votes
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Have just spent a week with family & friends at Hucksters (PMB). The booking process was easy with equipment, passes and lessons easily arranged beforehand. A very warm welcome from both the staff and the other guests. Lovely breakfast, afternoon coffee and cake each day as well as a 3 course meal (all homemade) with wine. Location perfect and the bar next door perfect for apres ski. We'll be back.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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biker-skier-flyer wrote a review Nov 2015
Tewkesbury6 contributions9 helpful votes
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I've reviewed this before and I still marvel at the whinging diatribes that must have taken almost as long to write as the holiday itself! It's an old, cosy, (very), friendly hostelry in the best location on the planet. The staff are lovely, the food is perfectly adequate, with plenty of it; (you'll never go hungry) and the skiing is as door to door as it gets.And it's cheap!! What more do you want? If you want to ski, ski, ski and dosh is tight, then this is the place for YOU.
BUT - If you're the kind of person that throws away perfectly good food, because it's reached its 'use by' date, and you won't eat anything that's fallen on the floor and you need plenty of space, then go somewhere else and spend more money - lots of it!
Go over the road to 'Oree Des Cimes' and you'll very near pay the same for a night that you'll pay the Mont Blanc for a week! There is just nowhere else in France that's as good value as this place.
Yes, the accommodation is 'tight'; you live out of a suitcase. That's French chalets for you, no matter where you go. But you're only here for a week; put up with it; it's a small price to pay for such lovely surroundings.
And I disagree that the place is dirty; its clean enough, so is the bedding. No, it's not perfect, but the staff do their level best in a very short time on change-over day - and if you feel your room needs an extra 'tickle', then ask - and they'll do it.

I've stayed there probably 30-40 times over a 20 year period and taken at least 300 people along for the ride, many of whom have since formed and taken groups of their own. The place has changed enormously in that time - and it's still ok in my eyes. I normally drive my own 'bus' out there, so I'm very familiar with the journey time, but I have also used their buses on many occasions and the best I can offer is:- you get used to it! Someone further down complained about the lack of stops on the way down; she'll be in a minority of ONE then. Let's face it; you're in for a long haul, so prepare yourself for the French part of the journey. The Uk side is relatively short, so sort yourselves out on the ferry. Most people, when being driven through the night, just want to get there. I don't want to be disturbed for a bleary eyed 'walk-about' at 3 in the morning; I much prefer, (and so do most others), to 'leg it' and get there, waking up somewhere about Moutiers and take in the scenery as the bus winds up the hill to Vallandry. Don't forget the fact that the bus journey gives you 2 extra days in resort as well, so it's not all bad. When we drive, we only stop for fuel and maybe a coffee, if it's daylight, but otherwise,we keep going, in order to get there for breakfast.
So there you have it; it is what it is - a great place and a firm favourite of all our family and friends. Take a 'bus bar with you, to plug in all your gadgets, because you'll only find ONE power point in each room - and that's pretty standard for most chalets. (I take 2 bus bars!). If you want a double bed, take a few 'zip-ties' and join the legs of the 2 single beds together. We don't care about dodgy plumbing, or funny electrics; we generally sleep ok, except for the odd 'rowdy night'. We like it there; the atmosphere is brilliant, the staff aren't 'anal' about where you leave you stuff, or whether you're late for dinner and so far as security is concerned, none of us have ever had anything pinched in all the years we've been there. I know there's a 1st time for everything, but I speak as I find.
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Date of stay: January 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Get in the PMB on the slope side. The views are spectacular and it's quieter and more secure
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rka2 wrote a review Mar 2014
Emsworth, United Kingdom2 contributions8 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The good bit.

The staff:
The staff were very friendly and helpful, you could always find someone when you needed someone.

The price:
This is budget accomodation; there are no frills, but that's ok, because the price for the week- including travel, breakfast, afternoon cake, 3 course dinners and accomodation - was less than £500 per person. Can't argue with that.

The location:
20m from the nearest lift, and a quick board down the slope to the second closest, I couldn't fault the location. So quick to get onto the mountain and easy to get back at the end of the day, we could just board straight in. It's also next to a pleasant bar, which made evening drinks nice and easy. Bit of a walk down into town to the shops or restaurants, but really, nothing too bad. Walking back up is harder when you've spent a day riding the mountain hard! But this is the major selling point of the place and it really is brilliant.

The food:
The food is, again, basic, but acceptable, especially given the holiday cost. We never made it to breakfast but I didn't hear any complaints about it. For a small fee of €3 per day (or €15 for 6 days), the lodge staff would make a good size, tasty baguette to take out; this saved us so much money through the week, as it meant we could avoid buying food on the mountain. Being provided with cake in the afternoons was a nice touch, as when we came in from the mountain, we could have something to keep us going until dinner. The dinners were of reasonable quality; there was always plenty to eat, but there are no choices, so it would probably be difficult if you were a fussy eater. The only meal that I genuinely felt was tight was the sunday roast; there were two very small slices of pork per person which I felt was nowhere near enough, especially for people who have spent all day outsideThe atmosphere was always friendly, and it provided a nice opportunity to get to know some people staying at the hotel. We were placed on a table made up of those people not part of large groups, which was thoughtful. Evening entertainment was a bit hit and miss, but you could take from it what you wanted and the staff were always enthusiastic about it.

The less good parts.

The Accomodation:
Whilst I accept that this was budget travel, the rooms weren't particularly clean; it was really quite dirty under the beds. The rooms need a refurbishment, with more thought given to the storage options. We were put in a twin room, on the ground floor. Being two snowboarders, we had with us two snowboard bags, and two medium suitcases; there was absolutely nowhere to store these things, so we had to spend all week moving our stuff around the room and falling over it. I appreciate that they probably can't extend the rooms any, but maybe someone should look into finding some space elsewhere where people could keep empty board bags/suitcases, or do everything you can to reduce how much you're taking. Some shelves would make a big difference.

A major issue for us however was security; the main door into the lobby of the lodges did not lock. The front door to our lodge had a number code lock on it, but the door didn't shut automatically, so this relied on residents remembering to close it. It would have been better if the door had a mechanism on it that would make it shut automatically. Our bedroom door had a chubb lock on it, but this could actually be pushed all the way through the lock and relied on getting it in exactly the right place to make it lock or unlock. If you put enough pressure on the door, I'm fairly sure it would just pop open; it didn't feel secure. The lock on the window was old and unreliable and took force to make sure the bars were in the correct place. There were shutters, but these were unlockable and operated from the outside, so while they gave us more privacy, they provided no sense of security. If you're a nervous person about security while travelling, I suggest you ask for a room not on the ground floor.
While I appreciate that we were provided with a 'locker' (cupboard) for each lodge to stow their equipment in, this was unsuitable for the number of people using them. They were also unlockable; combined with the unlockable main door to that area led to our decision to keep our equipment in our room, if our snowboards went missing, our insurance wouldn't pay to replace them on the basis that they were kept in an insecure area. This would be easy to remedy by putting locks on those doors and issuing all residents with keys.

Also, our window opened out onto the small courtyard space. This meant we couldn't leave our window open at all as people would be out there smoking directly into our bedroom; I don't think it would be unfair to have signs requesting that people smoke further away from the building, as it's inconsiderate of those who don't smoke and don't want the smell in their rooms.

The walls and door were paper-thin, so you could hear everything going on in and around the lodge. I expect the noise of ski boots when I am on holiday, but again, double glazed windows and a thicker bedroom door would probably have massively cut down on the disturbance caused by people walking around in boots.

The coach trip:
I wasn't expecting an 18 hour coach journey to be a picnic, but the reality was worse than I thought. The coach was initially late, but we did receive a phone call, 50 minutes after it was due, from Julie to say that it was running late. When it arrived, it was not clear that it was the Hucksters coach, and the driver did nothing to identify himself. Our luggage was handled roughly and there was no apology given for the delay. Upon arrival in Dover, we were told very abruptly that if the entire coach could fill in a form with names and information within 10 minutes (bearing in mind this was an entire coach full) then we could get on the next ferry; these drivers do the journey to France once a week, and have the entire distance between Heathrow and Dover to organise paperwork, so I don't see why it had to be done in such a rush. Upon arrival in Calais, we drove for 3 or 4 hours, when we stopped at a garage and were given 20 minutes. There was a burger king in the garage, but this had just shut. The shop was closing. Not many options. Once we got back on the bus, the drivers did not stop again for the passengers to get off. At all. They stopped in small rest stops in order that they could smoke, but these were small truckstops, badly lit, and inappropriate places for such a large number of passengers to disembark. We drove for NINE HOURS without stopping. There were plenty of opportunities to stop, even for ten minutes every couple of hours to allow anyone who wanted to get off and stretch their legs, but the drivers did not make this possible, whilst all the time taking care of their own needs to get up, move around, have a cigarette. On the journey back, we again stopped at a garage, and were given 20 minutes to get some food. After this, we did not get to stop again until we got back to Calais, while again, the drivers took care of their own needs to stretch their legs and have a smoke. When we got to Calais, the lights were switched on and we were ordered so abruptly off the coach without being told why; it was to go through security, so that element was fine, but some more information and a more friendly nature would have been nice. We then had to wait for an hour and a half to get the coach. Again, this information was not freely provided, somebody had to ask. So we had driven throughout the night, with one 20 minute break in a TWELVE HOUR JOURNEY, only to wait for an hour and a half for the ferry. Bearing in mind that ferries run between every single hour between Dover and Calais, there is absolutely no reason not to have provided more stops for those who were awake to get off the coach and walk around. These drivers were unprofessional, inconsiderate, rude and absolutely thoughtless. The literature provided by Hucksters stated clearly that the coach would make 'regular stops'. 20 minutes in 12 hours isn't regular. It's downright unsafe. If you go on a Hucksters holiday, get the train to Bourg St Maurice, or fly to Geneva. Do not get the coach. I am endeavouring to find out the name of the coach company so I can complain personally to them. Their behaviour and obvious lack of regard for their passengers was utterly unacceptable and Hucksters would do well to reconsider their contract.

Travel aside; we had a lovely week in Les Arcs, it's a fantastic resort and if you're looking to go somewhere, particularly as part of a large group on a budget, looking for value for money, Hucksters would do very well for you.
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Date of stay: March 2014
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2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Avoid rooms on the ground floor opening into the courtyard space. Take an extension lead, as...
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melissa m wrote a review Feb 2015
worcster47 contributions29 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We travelled to the Mont Blanc in a large group including our children, after a long journey with a delay we arrived at the resort. It was the usual chaos inside with outgoing people waiting to leave and us being a large group arriving, there was luggage everywhere and the staff working like crazy trying to service rooms, answer questions, serve breakfast and generally please everyone. There is not enough staff to run the Mont Blanc the staff there work really hard but there is no way they can do a thorough clean and service in the time they have and it seriously shows !!!!!!
We staying in lodge 2 my children were in the bunk bed room which was fine although not enough storage space. We were in the next room a twin it was ok I knew what to expect as I went there last year although I was in the petit Mont Blanc, in which the rooms are far better! Our room again had very little storage the beds are so old you cannot even get empty cases under them. The mattresses are old and misshapen you would roll to one side. The pillows and duvets are the worst I have every slept on so cheap they wouldn't even stay in their case. The bed base was badly stained with I hate to think what. We had a sink in our room and so did the children the area around the sink was filthy with toothpaste splatters all up the wall and floor the tap made a horrible noise when turned on. Our door fell off on the last day. We had a shared bathroom with our children a bath with shower over it, it was tiny but ok plenty of hot water but it was not clean, behind the toilet had not been cleaned in along time. All the carpets are stained. On the Tuesday night I put the children to bed at 9 to be greeted by a horrendous noise outside, my husband investigated and it was a extractor chimney running up the side of the building, thankfully it went off at 10.15 pm only to come on a 6 am the next day waking us all up. I went for breakfast and put a complaint in hoping by bedtime all would be sorted, but no it was exactly the same so I went to the staff again who looked embarrassed they said they had reported it but it was the managers night off and they had gone out !!!! It was sorted the next day.
Down a set of stairs we had a shared lounge and kitchenette this was ok but not clean we bought bread and ham for lunch one day but couldn't use the plates as they were filthy the cupboard was filthy and had not been cleaned for ages the whole place is grubby, sticky and smelly. The tv's are old the DVD player did not work, it did get replaced after yet another visit yo the staff. I appreciate space is a premium but with decent storage beds and a little thought on design it could be better. There is no money being spent here everything is cheap, broken and below budget holiday standard it's such a shame as the position of the Mont Blanc is amazing the best in town.The owner should take note how the bar Mont Blanc is run ie lots of well trained staff, great food, clean up to date on everything, consistently good.
The staff work tirelessly the manager is pleasant but looks run ragged for a manager greeting new people she does not give a good first impression, we were given a small talk on the first night but it lacked a lot of info which we needed ie the last day we all needed to up grade our lift passes to ski the last day (the bus doesn't leave till 5pm )we walked down to the office to get the relevant info a couple of days before. On the last day Julie the manager walks in to breakfast and says she can do upgrades and get us discount that's great but this should of been done at the beginning of the holiday.
The food was ok it was a lot better last year. We had no nibbles to start like last year a lot more effort was made the previous year. Hot breakfast was served from 7.45 it was never once ready before 8 one day it's was 8.15, we had to be in ski school down the hill for 8.45 it made the mornings rushed and unpleasant.
The cake was better last year it was very basic with leftovers served up with new the new one. Again everything is cheap and basic! margerine served instead of butter in France !!!!!!!
I will not be going again which is a shame I really enjoyed last year but it has gone down hill since then.
The Mont Blanc has got such a lot going for it but please spend some money and re-invest because at the moment it's not even hostel standard.
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Date of stay: February 2015Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Fashionlady1957 wrote a review Mar 2014
Ipswich, United Kingdom3 contributions14 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We were not warned about this kind of 'No Frills' so our expectations were way above what we actually got.The most cramped, basic and below standard accommodation I have ever experienced.The bedroom was the size of my own bathroom, shower was the size of fridge so when you turned around you knocked the lever to turn the water to dangerously hot.The food was school dinner standard. The best thing about Mont Blanc Lodge is that it is directly on the piste and despite it being the ugliest building in the village, being inside it saved you from looking at it.
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Date of stay: February 2014
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Make absolutely sure you get what you have booked.
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Response from Dizzy599, Director of Sales at Mont Blanc Lodge
Responded 11 Apr 2014
We are sorry that the reviewer felt that their expectations were not met when visiting us in Vallandry, Les Arcs. We are a small, friendly ski company and strive to put across through our website and sales calls the feel of our great value holidays, particularly in the expensive Half Term school holidays. The hotel itself is fairly iconic, one of the first hotels in Vallandry it is somewhat of a landmark next to the piste and widely known. I'm sorry the reviewer found it not to their taste in a ski chalet, obviously there are restrictions on the level of modification (room size etc) we can apply to such a building. We do however update the hotel each summer and this year will see us updating the bathrooms ready for the 2015 winter season. I would like to warmly invite the reviewer to contact us to discuss this matter, as previously stated, we are a small friendly company and would not wish any of our guests to feel they cannot raise their concerns with us directly. We look forward to hearing from you. Chris Franklin Sales Manager - Hucksters Ski Holidays
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Dccookie wrote a review Feb 2016
Sutton, United Kingdom476 contributions93 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This is the second year on the trot staying at Mont Blanc Lodge with Hucksters.
The Lodge couldn't be any nearer the two piste chair lifts.
The Lodge itself is clean and run by very friendly staff and the owners will bend over backwards to make your stay a great one.
The only downside are the bedrooms are small and that meant ski bags and suitcases took up what space you had.
The evening meals were very good but the hot breakfasts could have been bigger.
Right next door is the bar, which was good value and the food is great!
A fantastic holiday and the skiing was superb!
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Date of stay: January 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Gjy101 wrote a review Jan 2013
Bristol, United Kingdom26 contributions15 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Got a last minute deal at Mont Blanc with 4 friends.

Location for skiing is great and food/ atmosphere was good.

Rooms are extremely small and although they gave the impression that they could accommodate 2 couples and a single we ended up having 1 double bed, 2 singles and a top bunk bed on arrival.

It seemed from a couple of members of staff (1 in particular) that we were a hassle and we all felt that we were not treated with the same warmth of welcome or level of customer service as everyone else. Why this is I am not sure. This included a number of things not being as expected or going smoothly with our stay, but with absolutely no apology. E.g having to wait around on day 3 until 6pm until our accommodation was ready to move into. We weren't even given an introduction or welcome on arrival whereas other groups got a huge introduction speech with all the information they needed which would have been lovely.

Make sure you check with the ski rental place before you go about opening hours as the info we were given from mont blonc wasn't correct.

Also make sure you agree transfer times with them before hand as a couple that we also staying had to wait at the airport for 5 hours when they turned up for their holiday.

Overall had a great time but felt it could have been better if the very small minority of the team made a bit of effort to make our stay pleasurable rather that treating us as though we paying less than others.
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Date of stay: January 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: The apartments they rent our are lovely
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Rustiesoo wrote a review Mar 2011
South East6 contributions11 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Tiny bedrooms, tiny lounge area with 2 seater sofa for 6 adults. No hot water for bath - lukewarm shower...large group had booked as well and were given 'exclusive' access to the only social communal lounge leaving us (party of 6) to sit in a tiny lounge or on the bed or on the stairs...
Sleep disturbed by drunken louts outside each night...
Only plus was the location - right on the piste.
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Date of stay: February 2011
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Emma C wrote a review Jan 2016
Westgate-on-Sea, United Kingdom952 contributions204 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed here with my daughter husband and his family. The staff could not do enough for you. Always had a smile on there faces. The chief Will was great, we enjoyed his food and talking to him about cooking. We stayed in the annex, it was too small for 5 adults and 2 children, no where to just sit and relax before dinner, great for a family off 4 2 adults 2 teenagers or 2 adults 3 young children. I would recommend you to stay here.
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Date of stay: January 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
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Victoria D wrote a review Jan 2016
1 contribution2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This winter was my 4th visit to the Mont Blanc, and I've returned that many times (and will continue to do so) with good reason! Every time we have stayed here we have had a lovely, memorable experience, made what it is by the group who run the lodge.

The building itself isn't beautiful - a simple wooden structure, pretty typical of French chalets, with rooms which are a little tight space-wise, but perfectly adequate inside. Ultimately, when you are skiing, you are looking for a bed and a warm shower, and the lodge has both of those, and the whole place has always been kept perfectly clean and lovely the whole time we have stayed.

The location of the lodge is absolutely second to none - being placed literally on the side of the slope, next to a great bar with regular live music, a steady flow of beer and cider and friendly staff, you couldn't really ask for much more. This is by far the best set-up I've managed to find in my 15 years skiing.

The staff at the lodge literally can't do enough for you - they are friendly, even on change-over day, which those in the know appreciate is a pretty horrendous day for all involved. They have always got through the day with a smile on their faces (every year we have come), making you feel like you are extremely welcome. And that carries on throughout the week - by the end of the week there, you feel like they are friends, and in many cases, I'm pleased to say that they actually have remained that way! They will always go out of their way to help you out or do you a favour, be that arranging hire or helping to sort lessons, booking restaurants etc. Nothing is too much to ask. The food is lovely - I should say that I'm not at all a fussy eater, but think that what the team produce is perfectly nice and will fill you up - even the fussiest of our group was happy with what he ate each night. Plus the beer or wine with dinner is an added bonus!

Overall, as a ski trip, if you aren't looking for a suite and a spa (I'm too busy skiing for those.....) then you will enjoy your time at the Mont Blanc - you are unlikely to find better value for money with such a great set-up anywhere else.
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Date of stay: December 2015Trip type: Travelled with friends
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