Stayed 7 days 26th Feb 2011 in room 102, brilliant for a skier, no view but easy access to ski room. Plentiful hot water, comfortable mattress & reasonable linen. Large radiator in bedroom & bathroom for drying ski gear. I had booked this hotel having stayed there some years ago when the food was almost worthy of a Michelin star, alas no longer. Breakfast was ok. Unfortunately although the evening meal courses were well spaced and nicely presented and on good china they were so badly cooked. Soups were ok but second & main course dishes generally went back to kitchen 3/4 uneaten, they were so bad. Tasteless and tepid pasta dish, dry as wood “ cockerel“ chicken and at another meal "shoe leather" braised beef. How can a kitchen ruin braised beef. Sliver of liver with it was ok. Fish dishes were better but still nothing exciting. It seemed as if they cooked meat and blanched diced vegetables in the early evening, dressed the plate then kept warm rather than cooking to order. No saucing or seasoning to speak of. My partner or I were never asked what was wrong with uneaten food. Desserts were generally over sweet for my taste but other than the cheese board probably the best course of the meal. Good breads and a excellent cheese board. The staff were friendly and most obliging but I noted they were used to taking a lot of uneaten food from different tables back to kitchen. Good position to slopes with supermarket just around corner.
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