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“Very good food, especially breakfasst”
Review of Eurotel Victoria

Eurotel Victoria
Price range: USD 55 - USD 89
Cuisines: European, Seafood, International, Gastropub
Description: Our restaurant with traditional and delicate food welcomes you for nice evenings in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
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Description: Our restaurant with traditional and delicate food welcomes you for nice evenings in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Reviewed 4 March 2017

Very good Swiss-style food, in particular breakfasts that were complete with superb spreads. Dinner was also enjoyable, with fresh, well-balanced, and well-plated meals.

Thank mado_travel
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Reviewed 23 February 2017 via mobile

Well I don't know how to start. On one hand the hotel is very well located, only a few walking minutes from ski slopes. The service was impeccable and very friendly, especially Pierre at the restaurant was fantastic, really great guy and proactive. We were there with our parents and two kids one 5 years and the other 7 months. They always gave us a special intentions and we were rapidly served.
Now on the other hand the rooms, well they haven't changed the furniture for decades I presume. Everything has an other color and there is no harmony in the room. The beds are big but very hard, for us a bit too hard. The bathroom was disappointing, there was mold about everywhere near the bathtub - so it does not invite you to take a shower. For the hotel it would be a real plus to invest in renovations in the bathroom. The food at the restaurant was good. Overall we had a good stay at the hotel. For a 4 star superior we expected a bit more.

Thank Dustin S
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Reviewed 12 September 2016

There were usually several courses and one was just as delicious as the other. The table linens were lovely and the wine reasonable.

Thank Gardenbloomer1
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Reviewed 29 February 2016

I stayed at this hotel on the last week of February.

Location: the hotel is located at one end of the village, with impressive views of the surrounding mountains. The scenery is quite spectacular and dramatic. Should you go in the summer this should also be an amazing view. To get to the Village, besides the obvious car option, you can get the small train at Aigle, which is an enjoyable experience. When you get to the station, turn right, walk around 600 mts, and you'll see the hotel.
If your purpose is skiing, you'll be located at 500 mts from the Meillerets lifts (with a connection to the Villars area).
But if you are a beginner or a timid intermediate, you'll better aim for the Isenau area, on the oposite direction. The walk is not very nice, as there is some walking uphill to the main Gondola (about 10 mn walk).
Alternatively, there is a free shuttle (which can get you to the base of the Glacier (more on that latter).

Rooms:
The rooms are very confortable and large. Spotlessely clean.
Small stocked fridge.
Great beds.
Free internet in the rooms.
Around 20 TV channels, mostly french and swiss, but also the usual BBC, CNN and Bloomberg.

Staff:
Very nice and always willing to help (well, the fact that so many employees share my nationality, Portuguese, probably helped Obrigado!!! :-) )

Food:
I had dinner every night at the hotel. 4 course meal, with variety and imagination. On one of the nights they prepared a tropical party! It was strange to see people in flip flops and hawaian shirts, with -3ºC outside! They must have a hard time preparing for this, so...kudos!!!
The breakfast was okay.

I would say, if you have intentions for staying at Les Diablerets, this hotel is the right choice and a great base for one week skiing.

Ski area:
Les Diablerets offers a vast area to ski, because, besides the Glacier (open year round, supporting around 25 km of pistes, mainly blue), you can cross the mountain and go to the Villars area (a little more posh and expensive but with great slopes).
If you go to the Villars area, and your ski level is not that great, please be prepared for some challenging reds (although, most of the reds are on the easy side, with only a few segments requiring some more effort on you ski abilities). You can go all way down to the Village (snow permiting), and then return using the train up the moutain, a very Swiss way of skiing!
If you are a beginner or a timid intermediate, then go to the Isenau area, you'll have plenty of blue and easy reds to improve your abilities. The red Florietaz is really great.

Thank DecoBraga
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Reviewed 19 September 2015

The restaurant offer very fine food. Each dish is accurately prepared by the chef. The portions are not large nor small but considering the entire meal the quantity of food is perfect to make you feel totally satisfied.

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Thank f0xit
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