Finding an ideal hotel in Les Carroz-d'Araches does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Residence Odalys Sunotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a refrigerator, a kitchenette, and a stovetop.
While in Les Carroz-d'Araches, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Residence Odalys Sunotel, including La Croix de Savoie (0.6 mi), Aux Petits Oignons (0.1 mi), and Le Refuge 1110m (0.1 mi).
Should time allow, Cinema Les Choucas is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
Residence Odalys Sunotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Les Carroz-d'Araches.
Just had a week skiing in Les Carroz.This is the second time we have stayed in these apartments. Last year, great. This year not so good. The apartment was very tired! Needed a refurbishment and a deep clean. Shower surround was mouldy.A man came to renew some of the grouting but it meant we couldn't use the shower. He said he would come back to finish it but didn't. Just as well as we needed to use the shower after skiing.We feel cleaning products should be provided along with towels, wifi, television (which costs €40 a week to hire). Beds should have duvets not unhygienic blankets. The concierge, lady, was very helpful and agreed with many of our concerns.
location excellent. apartments clean and corridors reception area same. right in centre of village .wifi not good and you must pay for it but refunded money without any quibble. well stocked kitchenette. we could manage fine but we do eat out all the time, would not like to have to cook here. staff good and helpful.
The room was meant for 4, there were 3 of us in the room and it was small so I am not sure how 4 people could fit in the room comfortably, I would say 2 at a push. The room was a corner room and as such it was very oddly laid out, basically 2 bunk beds in the corridor, a very small bathroom and a living area with fold out sofa bed, small kitchen and dining area. The beds were uncomfortable, no duvets were provided and the coarse blankets that are provided were uncomfortable and smelt so I presumed they were unwashed from previous occupants. The sofa bed only just fit in the living room, about 1-2 ft to one side to walk down to the kitchen, and when extended into a bed there was barely any room to move. especially when you add in 3 peoples cases and skiing gear. The Kitchen was small and reasonably well equipped but there was literally no space to do any cooking as the built in dining bench and table took up all the space. There were 2 small electric heaters in the bathroom and kitchen dining area, the heater in the bathroom was directly next to the toilet and in the dining area it was between the dining table and the sink. The heaters pumped out hot dry air which makes you feel ill. There was one drying rack provided but finding space to put this and dry wet ski gear was a daily juggling act especially as when this was up we could not use half of the kitchen. We tried to upgrade or move apartments the 2nd day of our trip but with it being French half term this proved fruitless task. The 3 of us managed in the end but it wasn't a particularly comfortable and pleasant experience and all that it meant is that we spent most of our time out of the apartment. All of this meant that it was difficult to relax and get warm and dry after a hard day skiing. We were located on the road side of the building so my friend complained of hearing snow plows clearing the streets at 4-5am every day and waking him up. Poistives - shower was hot and powerful, if this was bad I think this would have been the last straw. Room was generally clean and tidy (apart from the aforementioned blankets) but the tired décor and tiled flooring made it feel more unclean than it probably was. Man at the front desk was pleasant enough.…
Just returned from a fabulous ski trip to Les Carroz. Delightful French village just over an hour from Geneva.Flight from Exeter made the door to door time unbelievably good for us coming from Devon.The Sunotel apts. are exactly what you would expect in France. We had a 4 person one for 2 of us. No extra charge.Four adults would be a squeeze!Adrian was at reception to give us our linen and tell us about the resort. He is delightful and was very helpful all week.We know you have to take towels,tea towels,toilet rolls,cleaning products etc.Feel they should provide Wi Fi and the telly! French hospitality?However, this place is a bargain. You can't do it cheaper than Crystal Hols. Ski bus and hire are next door. Slopes 2 mins away. Shops and bars everywhere. Pretty skiing in Les Carroz/Morillon and better skiing in Flaine.Not a good resort for young people but if you like a typical French atmosphere try this resort.Lovely new pool and spa was a bonus.…
Located in the Les Carroz village square, the Odalys Sunotel self-catering apartments building is well placed for shops, restaurants and bars. For those here for the skiing, the bus stops, to and from the slopes, are within metres of the building. The bus ride to the lifts takes no more than 2 to 3 minutes. The layout of the apartments is very similar to many such budget apartments in France (allegedly for 4 persons) a bunk and a pull out bed in the living/kitchen area plus washroom. In our case there was a separate wc. Our kitchen was unusually well stocked with kitchen utensils and crockery. In fact so well stocked that there was precious little room left to store food. Room to store clothes was also at a premium. The two of us had half a metre of coat rack and 1 small shelf each on which to store all our street and sports gear. 2 others shelves in the sole cupboard were commandeered for food. I'm not sure how 4 adults would cope. We liked the separate wc but the washroom with a basin and shower unit had a couple of shortcomings. Firstly the weight of the shower head was too great to be supported by the ball joint fixing and the shower head flopped down directing the water towards the wall. Secondly, and this could be as a result of either a deep seated fear of seeing one's body whilst washing or a consistent omission by designers to consider shedding any light whatsoever into the shower area for the washroom had only one dim wall light which cast only a little light into the shower. A failure to bring a torch meant that a judgement as to whether the shower was clean or dirty was therefore beyond my capacity. Wi-fi is available but only in the lobby and at a price. Yes, this must be one of the few that still charges for wi-fi. Your 20 Euros for the week will buy you slow, very patchy reception and often none at all depending on the number of residents calling for data. On the plus side, Adrian in charge of reception, was very keen and reacted to problems with alacrity although he didn't always solve them. At last the French seem to be realising the importance of service instead of treating customers as an inconvenience.…