We were a group of six and thoroughlly enjoyed our stay here. The hotel can be difficult to find on arrival as the main entrance is from the underground car park system that serves several hotel blocks in this part of the resort. The rooms were the largest I have ever stayed in for a ski holiday in the French Alps.
Food at breakfast and in the evening is buffet style. We got caught out one night by arriving at 8pm to find they had run out of soup and one of the hot meal options so would advise getting there no later than 7.30pm if you don't want to miss out. Overall though the standard of food was excellent with a huge choice of options. My main complaint about the restaurant was the temperature - swellteringly hot in the evening especially on the galleried upper floor.
Free Wifi is available although in the early evenings it was often difficult to get a connection due to the peak demand.
The ski-in, ski-out to the patio area is an obvious added bonus. You can ski down to Bellecote to get your lift pass on the first day if you dont fancy the uphill walk. Ski back to the hotel from the Arpette chair in Bellecote avoids the walk up a long flight of stairs from the gondola mid-station.
Would definitely stay here again.