We took a school group from North London to stay here at February half term holiday, the purpose of the stay was to learn to ski. The hotel was incidental as a place to sleep, eat and socialise from. Read all the reviews before we went, who were those people who stayed there. Yes its 2 star, yes the rooms were basic but they all had showers which worked well and were hot yes the furntiure was well used but servicable and where we complained they repaired/amended it to make it okay, yes the building is stone/cement in the corriodrs but noisy, only if you went screaming down the corridor, the walls were not that thin, we had sixth formers and year 8's, they all manged to sleep well, yes the bootroom and ski store was easily accessible from the hotel and from there to the snow. Food was for the majority of time well cooked and once they knew we were serious eaters they cooked as much as we wanted, yes we had to demand extras salads but they tried to make sure we had vegetables as well. Biggest drawbacks were breakfast, very basic, and the two English meals they gave us, very poor fish fingers, baked beans in Italy? but the hotel staff had a sense of humour and continually tried to make sure everyone had food on their plate, the manager listened to complaints (at 2 star have you every stayed in a hotel where you never ask for something extra but she helped us out and was always willing to listen and help. The other school party in the hotel got along with us fine and shared the common areas so that we could all hold our meetings when we liked. Was it noisy with 90 students, of course it was at meal times, they were very excited but for the rst of the day it was absolutely fine. Go back yes we would because it made the skiing affordable, no luxuries but a good week away, basic but it served the needs of the students and staff and gave us access to the snow which is why we came.