Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Les Coches, Pierre & Vacances Residence La Marelle et Le Rami is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Pierre & Vacances Residence La Marelle et Le Rami makes it easy to enjoy the best of Les Coches.
Rooms at Residence Pierre & Vacances Les Coches La Marelle Hotel provide a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with paid internet access.
Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Residence Pierre & Vacances Les Coches La Marelle Hotel.
If you’re looking for a French restaurant, consider a visit to La Poya les Coches, La Table du Tarin, or Chez WAM, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Residence Pierre & Vacances Les Coches La Marelle Hotel.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Pierre & Vacances Residence La Marelle et Le Rami is sure to make your visit to Les Coches one worth remembering.
Well where do I start?! I am sitting here in the apartment No2. Before we could do anything we have had to hoover and wipe down all the surfaces. The carpet had dog? Hair on it and crisps and other crumbs , the surfaces were sticky and had spill marks which cleaned off easily so we knew cleaning had not been done. The fridge stank of off milk mainly because there was a layer of dried on milk on one of the shelves. The fridge has no bottle holder as it’s missing probably broken. This place definitely hasn’t been cleaned.There was still linen and towels from the previous guests in the bathroom and bedroom. No linen for us still at 17:30. We asked the cleaners to come back and used a translator on Google to impart our discussed. At 7pm we got plates out for tea all but 4 were dirty not just a little dirty but almost like they had been put straight in the cupboard from use. They are as I type still with reception as we took them all down to reception and walked away. It’s not our job to clean after the previous guests. And if you are the previous guests I hope you loose your deposit your filthy. The apartment is size wise ok but it is on the ground floor facing the car park. No privacy, curtains in bedrooms really need to stay closed as people are constantly walking past with dogs. We asked if there was another apartment available but no even though we were some of the first guests to arrive. I’m not sure what it was but I feel if we had been French we would have been moved or not given this apartment in the first place. The place is dated furniture needs replacing. It needs redecorating and bringing into the present century. There are two showers one on it’s own with the toilet and one over a bath not sure why two showers and only one toilet. The apartment is for seven there is not enough seating for 6 let alone seven. Luckily we are only 5. The staff attitude is one of contempt. We have not had an apology for anything. The receptionists perked up slightly when I said I have photos. She seemed surprised. I asked her if she had heard of trip adviser. This is written on the first day of a ski holiday which has been cancelled twice we went fot a voucher rather than a refund now I’m thinking why? THIS PLACE IS NOT COVID SECURE I DOUBT ITS E-COLI OR C DIFF secure either. I expect to get my deposit back as I hand the keys back not 8 + days later. Stay tuned for further updates as the week progresses.…
This is the third time to La plagne and we have always had a fantastic time staying with Pierre Vacances - exceptional value for money - clean and warm what more could you want? - the return of the €200 deposit would be nice - it has now been 8 days since we returned and it has still not been credited? Despite chasing daily and an assurance it was being processed still no joy?
Lovely holiday at this ideally situated ski in ski out Residence, with easy access to the entire Paradiski area. The apartment was clean, comfortable and well equippedwith a good lay out. We had the the 1 bedroom sleeps five apartment. The reception team were friendly and helpful and all spoke perfect English. Really impressed to discover we could pay for early check in, we arrived at resort at about 11am and were unpacked by 12.30 and able to take advantage of the free afternoons skiing that came with our 6 day pass. The resort of Les Coche is small and family orinetated and in a perfect location with beautiful views. The only things that are worth considering if you plan to stay at this residence is that it is only ski out if you are happy on a Red run, ski in is suitable for all levels, it is a short walk to the lifts if not, The village centre is approximately 10 minutes walk away if you need shops restaurants etc.…
The accommodation is a pretty basic apartment with some cooking facilities (microwave and hob, but no oven). There's a safe and a TV (French channels only). There are different sized apartments available - we go every year as 2 couples booking 2 of the 4/5 bed apartments. These have a double bedroom for 2 and 2 sofas in the living area, one of which pulls out to create another bed. Apartment space is very limited, as is storage, and if 4/5 people actually tried to stay in one of these apartments then it would be exceedingly cramped - it's great for a couple though. It would probably be OK for a young family though with a couple of small children. The cost of an apartment for a week is very reasonable, especially if you book early, so best to go for a size bigger than you need. There's plenty of parking immediately outside the accommodation and it is also perfectly sited for the ski slopes with a red run going straight past the building - its ski-to/from-door if you're an intermediate skier, otherwise its a traipse down the hill with your skis to the main area in the village. Les Coches gives you direct access to the massive Paradiski area, ideally situated between Les Arcs and the various Plagne areas. The Reception area at the apartments is only manned for limited hours during the day and has become noticeably more helpful and friendly over the past 2 years. Basic wi-fi is free but pretty poor - there is a premium option which costs extra but it's a rip-off as it's not any faster and internet access was very intermittent (a complaint to reception didn't improve matters in this area). Having stayed a few times now we know which rooms we'd prefer to be allocated but Pierre & Vacances in their wisdom will only allow you to select a room in advance if you pay a massive 65€ premium - very poor service for repeat customers in my view!…
great location, nice place to stay, all equipped accordingly. staff was friendly, but with limited competencies. e.g. they would not help with a taxi, or with internet problems. in fact the internet was very bad, even the paid one, so beware!
Well located accommodation with doorstep skiing. Comfortable, clean, easy parking nearby and most of all extremely welcoming, helpful and professional staff. Highly recommended for a skiing holiday in the La Plagne area.
One of the better accomodations we have had for skiing holidays. The apart is small but everything is made of good quality. We were with 4 persons in a 5 person appartement, which is a tight fit. Luckily we do not usually bring much luggage. The view of the mont blanc from the apartment was exceptional. Access to the piste is just outside the building but is a bit of tricky red one. Walk 10 min to blue one. Staff is friendly and speaks English well enough. Breakfast is delivered by the baker every morning but the walk to the bakery in the village takes about 15 minutes and is a very refreshing wake-up ritual. Thanks for a great week.
Ski in Ski out, most important! Nice personell. Hard mattresses but the rest was as expected, value for the money. The estate is equiped with elevators and a ski equipment room with easy access to the slopes.
It is a lovely resort, the chalet itself has enough for you to live all week without having to eat out and is comfortable enough that you can lounge around and read if you are rubbish ski-ist! The rooms are warm and although dated the bathroom always has hot water and a decent sized bath. A word of warning for the taller person - get the 4/5 room as the smallest one is...small.
This is the 4th year we've stayed at La Marelle et Le Rami and we'll most likely be back again next year. The resort of Les Coches is very quiet - there's a decent pizzeria, a bar and 3 other restaurants in main village area which is 400m down the road from the accommodation. There's also a Spar, a bakery, a fromagerie, etc. in the same area. Large supermarkets are available in the towns of Aime and Bourg-Saint-Maurice; both are about 15 minutes drive back into the valley when the road conditions are good. The accommodation is all self-catering apartments. It's actually in 2 distinct blocks but there's one reception area covering both. Each block has its own ski locker room. There's ample parking either immediately outside the building or 40 yards away in a general parking area. Both blocks back onto an easy red ski run that drops down to a chairlift in the lower village of Montchavin, so for anyone above novice level this is a ski-to-door place. That chair-lift takes you past the Vanoise-Express able-car that links the Les Arcs and Le Plagne ski areas, so you can easily and quickly get to either ski area - it's really convenient and gives a huge area to explore. Beginners walk down to the main village where the ski school area is - a friend has used the ski school for private lessons and highly recommends it. The rooms are small relative to their advertised sleeping numbers. We (a couple) have previously stayed in a room for 4, a room for 4/5 and a room for 7/8. In each case at least 2 of the sleeping positions are on pull out beds from under the sofas in the living room. If you have kids and are happy sacrificing your living room each night then this is ok, but 4 adults in the 4 and 4/5 rooms would have to get on REALLY well and be creative with the limited storage space available. We find a room for 4/5 perfectly suits us as a couple. (note: even the same specification of room can vary in size and quality between the buildings). The rooms are all kitted out with catering facilities including microwave, hob, dishwasher, etc. The living space has a TV linked to cable channels (French only). Very slow wifi is available for free, and you can also pay for a faster version for a limited number of devices. If you're after an inexpensive, quiet, ski-to-door apartment, that's simply but adequately furnished and that gives direct access to a vast ski area then this should be on your shortlist.…