On the first night the rep from Ski France billed Chalet Trolles as the number one chalet in La Plagne – a tall order to meet the little voice in my head thought. But boy, did our hosts live up to the hype. All week long the food was fantastic; a varied and interesting menu, expertly prepared, and very well executed indeed. Jonny and Sammy (now in their 6th and 4th seasons respectively – I think) really made staying at Chalet Trolles a pleasure, blending just the right mix of professionalism, warm hospitality, friendly chit-chat, and letting us get on with our holiday. Every night the chalet kitchen and living space was meticulously cleaned, leaving everything ship shape for the next day. The hosts here know how it is done, and go further than most to make your stay relaxing.
The chalet itself was in good condition – not too tired, and certainly big enough for seventeen. Even if you don’t want to socialise in the shared living room, the bedrooms had a separate seating area where you could relax in private. The beds were small and don’t push together very well, but they are advertised as twin rooms so that’s to be expected. The chalet was also quite warm (good or bad, depends on the guests), but I’m sure that can be adjusted if you were to ask.
Highlights: Jonny and Sammy’s superb hosting; secret recipe Vin Chaud; Good location next to the slopes and lifts.
The best Chalet in La Plagne? Probably.
- Also Known As:
- Chalet Trolles Hotel Macot-La-Plagne