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A very good hotel in a central location. The rooms are well done, a little basic as no kettle or toaster but not a huge problem as the rest of the room is well equiped. We were in room 202 which was very nice as...More
O.k, where to start? I'll bullet it:
Ever heard of a self catering apartment without a toaster or kettle?
Camp beds are for camping not 4* hotels!
Boxes are for shoes, not sleeping in!
11 euro a sauna per visit is not value...More
Just returned from a week in Pas staying at the Alaska and had a fantastic time. The apartments, while not on the piste, are in a great position and you can walk 2mins downhill to the lifts in the morning and from the Olimpiades downhill...More
Stayed in Alaska Apts over new year.. Couldn't be better, hotel very nice, bathrooms immaculate, rooms cleaned daily. Have safe and ski locker for free and use of jacuzzi/steam room/sauna downstairs for €10. Great location, just 100m from lifts and a stroll from the best...More
Reception is open 24 hours so no porblem there. Best to pre-book parking spaces but if you mean will you need more than one space per car the answer is no but its a squeeze to get in. When you arrive pull up to the garage... More
Reception is open 24 hours so no porblem there. Best to pre-book parking spaces but if you mean will you need more than one space per car the answer is no but its a squeeze to get in. When you arrive pull up to the garage door (to the right of reception) and ask reception to open it for you. Its an entrance to a lift which takes you down to the garage. Its there that the fun begins as you have to squeeze round pillars to reach the parking spaces. Getting in not too bad but gettiing out which has to be done in reverse is a world of "fun"!