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153 route de la Merive, 74110 La Cote-d'Arbroz France
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#5 of 6 Specialty lodging in La Cote-d'Arbroz
Luxury, spacious, all mod cons chalet with exceptional views specialising in personalised ski weekends and recreation/ activity short breaks in the Alps.
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SavTrav666 wrote a review Feb 2018
London, United Kingdom82 contributions16 helpful votes
Traditional french chalet ideally located for skiing in France. Very friendly hosts with over a decade of experience looking after their guests. Spacious rooms, plenty of hot water and tasty home cooked food. 80 minute transfer from Geneva airport.
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Date of stay: February 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
Kernowspot wrote a review Jan 2018
6 contributions1 helpful vote
Had a great time for New Year with the amazing hosts Glyn, Rita and their son Alex. Nothing was too much trouble and Glyn’s taxi service to and from the slopes and airport was amazing and convenient (luckily we didn’t need one from Switzerland 🙂). It was so nice to have a chalet with decent sized rooms to spread out various gear and warm boots in the morning. Good food and wine with supper too followed by impromptu table football tournaments (watch out Alex has an unbeaten record!!) plus evenings out to l’auberge and a super restaurant in Morzine with a free taxi made our stay very relaxing. Glyn gave great advice on good routes to take and mountain restaurants for pit stops/lunch and a free guide (of Glyn) for one day meant we got the most out of the Portes du Soleil. We would definitely recommend staying with Glyn and Rita for a trip to Morzine and no doubt will be back!
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
LisaDmz wrote a review Sep 2017
Doha, Qatar14 contributions6 helpful votes
Not what we expected, it is basically a B&B. This was a summer rental and we thought we were renting the whole chalet, there were 7 adults in our group but it turned out the owners lived in the chalet. The original description of the property did not say anything about the owners living in the chalet, but the day before we left we read a recent review that said the owners were always in the chalet. This concerned us a little, the description then changed on the website to say the owners live in a separate apartment downstairs, THIS IS NOT CORRECT, they live in the chalet and sleep in the apartment. After our arrival we spoke to the owner and explained that their description of the property was not clear and they did their best to accommodate our needs, but it was still not the same as we expected. Having just checked their description, they have changed it once again, it still says they `'live in a separate apartment downstairs`'FALSE" their son lives in one of the bedrooms in the chalet next to our room. If you know it is just a B&B before going then the chalet was nice and the views amazing, but very expensive for just a room and breakfast. Breakfast was very poor, nothing was fresh. With all the local products available, the owners would rather serve cheap supermarket products. One morning we were given a 2 day old baguette, which we could not eat, as for the croissants they were again from a supermarket and heated in the oven. We expected fresh pastries and bread purchased in the morning, this is normal in France to go get fresh breakfast every morning. Other members of our party said the coffee was very bad and not drinkable. On our last morning, we were due to leave at 7am, the owner left a note saying he would not be up until 8am or 8:30 and would leave fresh bread (one day old) and yogurts out for our breakfast. I have never known a B&B to say they are not getting up that early. Disappointing for the price we paid, we could have rented a full chalet for less than this and had a nice fresh breakfast in the mornings. Even if you know it is a B&B it is not worth the price, you can get much nicer places for less.
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Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Traveled with family
Response from 988glynh, Owner at Chalet Margaritka
Responded Sep 22, 2017
During the Summer we never try to be anything other than a BnB. On booking we emphasise that we do live in the chalet ie. we put it in writing!! When clients ask for confirmation that we do provide breakfast before booking one believes that they do understand that we are a BnB and they have grasped that we do live in the chalet. The chalet is very spacious with two lounges, a large terrace and separate decking so it is relatively easy for us to make our presence scarce, but you will see us around. Most of our guests do not have a problem with this and are happy to engage with us, obviously this is not for all. We price the chalet in Summer based on what other chalets/ chalet hotels offer for BnB. We are clear that breakfast is only of the Continental variety. If people feel we are a bit expensive then we believe the spacious, traditional and homely nature of the chalet combined with the fantastic views and location warrant this. Having been running the chalet for almost 10 years and many positive reviews we do try our utmost to give our clients a positive holiday experience. It seems the old adage ''you can't please all of the people all of the time is true'' :((((
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SavTrav666 wrote a review Jul 2016
London, United Kingdom82 contributions16 helpful votes
Lovely ski chalet a short distance from a vast ski area. Very friendly hosts offering an airport to ski slope service. Spacious, well equipped chalet offering B&B and evening meals and well stocked guest fridge.
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Date of stay: March 2016Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Slippers for all the bare floors.
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Belinda P wrote a review Mar 2016
Leeds, United Kingdom2 contributions8 helpful votes
Lovely chalet, great views, lots of space. Glyn , Rita and Alex we're welcoming and we felt very much at home. Lovely home cooked food, thanks,Rita. Brilliant card tricks, Alex. And Glyn thanks for showing us round the pistes and the picks ups and drop offs. And chewing the fat over a bottle of red! Belinda and Amy
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Date of stay: March 2016
Trip type: Traveled with family
FranceAuvergne-Rhône-AlpesHaute-SavoieLa Cote-d'Arbroz
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Frequently Asked Questions about Chalet Margaritka
Which popular attractions are close to Chalet Margaritka?
Nearby attractions include Evolution 2 Avoriaz (4.8 miles), Easy 2 Ride Ski and Snowboard Academy (1.6 miles), and Station de ski Les Gets (2.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Chalet Margaritka?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Chalet Margaritka?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Chalet Margaritka?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Chalet Margaritka?
Conveniently located restaurants include Wild Beets Kitchen, L'Passage, and O Kariboo.
Does Chalet Margaritka have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Chalet Margaritka offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Chalet Margaritka located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.7 miles away from the center of La Cote-d'Arbroz.
Are there any historical sites close to Chalet Margaritka?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Abbaye d'Abondance (6.4 miles) and Chartreuse de Melan (7.3 miles).