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Lagrange Vacances Les Chalets d'Emeraude

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#3 of 7 Specialty lodging in Les Saisies
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Languages Spoken
English, French
Property amenities
Paid private parking on-site
Hot tub
Ski rentals
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Shuttle bus service
Paid wifi
Indoor pool
Shared lounge / TV area
Laundry service
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
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66Somewhat walkable
Grade: 66 out of 100
14Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
3Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
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We stayed during the Easter break and drove the the uk. The apartment was very comfortable and spacious for the four of us. It was well equipped. Having read reviews we planned that there was no oven (there is a microwave grill) so planned meals accordingly. As we had the car we drove to either free car park with our ski equipment saving tired legs the walk or bus ride at the end of the day. We tried the pool and agree it was on the chilly side. It snowed a fair amount on the last day and the area was cleared efficiently and we could leave as planned homeward bound. We would definitely make a return trip to Les Saises and the accomodation.
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There was unfortunately a lot wrong with the accommodation, so will not be returning. Firstly the location is a nightmare if you have 3 young children, getting to and from pistes takes 10 / 15 mins on icey paths and roads. There is a bus in front of accommodation that comes every 20 mins but is often too full to pick up. Returning from the slopes is the same story but bus doesn't even stop in front of accommodation, so again a long walk to get back. We had one child in a pram, getting in and out of town with a pram is impossible, too many stairs etc. I assume the reason the accommodation is so expensive is the inclusion of a swimming pool. We used it once and didn't return as simply too cold especially for children. We noticed it wasn't rarely used by others, so assume everyone felt the same way. The apartment itself was not bad if a little dated. However, the kitchen was badly equipped, with no oven! I couldn't understand how we were meant to cook anything for a family of 6 without an oven. It was so disappointing as we couldn't make our favourite tartiflette or gratin dauphinois. No cheese grater either. Very disappointing and expensive, wouldn't recommend.
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We've been going to Les Saisies for 7 or 8 years now and it is the first time we have stayed at the Chalets. Everything is organised around the guests and skiing. The place was apparently fully booked (I am not surprised, as it is very nice) but you could not see anyone anywhere - well apart from the pool. Splendid guest management - almost magical in the way it makes people invisible.
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beautiful studio room with amazing views. However, we were left with a complicated treasure hunt to get in when we got there. We didn't get there late, but when we did there was no one around at all and there was an envelope with our name on with all the details to how to get into the apartment, which was a bit complicated. In my parents room, there was a bowl of old cereal or porridge in the fridge when we got there. When we finally met some staff (when we were checking out) we mentioned the porridge and that there was no cups in their apartment and the guy just shrugged. The WIFI is expensive in a world were WIFI is now free most places. And it felt like there was a charge for EVERYTHING. To get the room cleaned at the end, you pay more along with some other things.
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We drove down to Les Saisies in January for our skiing holiday. Our stay was really good with excellent accommodation. The room was nicely furnished, very clean and had excellent views out of the pistes. There is a daily bakery delivery where you can buy croissants, pain au chocolat, baguettes and mountain baguettes (if ordered before 6pm the night before). The staff were all very friendly and accommodating. There is a lovely indoor pool, again with good views over the mountains. The location is perfect for hopping on the ski bus down to Les Carets ski lift or up into the town (only 10 minute walk otherwise) as there is a bus stop right outside the hotel. Really clean, heated bootroom with a door leading straight out so easy to keep all your ski gear separate from everything else. We chose to park our car in the car park underneath the hotel which was wise as we had a LOT of snow while we were there. This was made easy as there were lifts going right from the car park and boot room up into the hotel.
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$55 - $209 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
FranceAuvergne-Rhône-AlpesSavoieHauteluceLes Saisies
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