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We went as a group of 12 to stay in Les Arcs. The chalet staff were really accomodating and strived to meet our needs. Having travelled with Ski Olympic before I have always been really impressed.
Slightly cringe...but whilst away we had two engagements and...More
We spent Christmas at Chalet La Foret and I must say it was excellent value for money.
It was out first time in a chalet hotel of this size but there is not shortage of food and drink, people to talk to and snow -...More
This was my first experience of Ski Olympic. These are my thoughts:
Flights & Transfers: Flied with Monarch from Manchester and transferred via modern coach. The Gatwick flight was delayed by 7 hours (not Ski Olympic's fault) but the staff coped with the logistics of...More
The Chalet is run through Olympic Ski
Its in a great location - Ski in/out
The location, food and atmosphere is great in the chalet. Though the free table wine with meals isnt good, we where expecting this. (im not a wine drinker anyway)
Stayed first week of April 2012.
Great location on piste
Friendly, attentive staff
Very good food
Worth paying the upgrade for room with view of valley
Vallandry ski area very quiet with no lift queues even at Easter
Good access to rest of Paradiski...More
Response from Charlt223 | Reviewed this property |
As with many resorts, it just depends where you go. But if you're clever, you can get a coffee for €2 or €3 (espresso is only 90c at the Bulle above Arcs2000. Beer about €6. A pizza starts at about €9 but there are other... More
As with many resorts, it just depends where you go. But if you're clever, you can get a coffee for €2 or €3 (espresso is only 90c at the Bulle above Arcs2000. Beer about €6. A pizza starts at about €9 but there are other places where you can spend much more.