Bit of a delay to my review..however....we really liked Chalet Lisiere. Decorated to appeal to British tastes- modern, stylish, boutique hotel -esque, but also extremely cosy and comfortable.
Great food too with some delightful afternoon cakes and lovely, well thought out menus.
Good storage areas for skis and boots, close to the honesty fridge where yoiu can help yourself to snacks and beer if needed.
Extra touches are appreciated - DVDs (when getting a bus into town just isn't that appealing) and games
Though close to avoriaz, in the evening the buses into morzine are very infrequent which is a bit annoying and makes staying in post dinner rather appealing
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Described by previous visitors as 'Beautiful boutique ski lodges,' Chalets Lisiere and La Roche are in a great position to explore the Portes Du Soilel. The chalets sleep 8 individually or can be let together to sleep a total of 16. Each chalet has 4 bedrooms to 3 bathrooms. We provide a free shuttle to the lift in the morning or a lot of clients choose to walk the 450m to the main telecabine. The chalet(s) are only 100m from the free regular public bus stop. Normally it is possible to ski back to within 200m from the chalet. The chalets are operated by a tour operator who specializes in good food and were recently reviewed as 'Chalets with the best chefs' by Food and Travel magazine. ... more less