Stayed in this apartment with 3 friends for a week. Excellent place for skiers/snowboarders. The hosts are great - we arrived late at night, but they still took us on a guided tour around the building. It is indeed ski in/ski out - although to get to the main lift you will have to ski down a short slope and then walk uphill a bit. At the end of day, however, you can ski directly to the door, starting via piste 7 and then crossing to piste 13. There is also ski storage room - and two huge open terraces, so you can leave your skis/boards there.
The apartment itself is clean and cosy, the kitchen equipped with everything we needed, the bathroom clean. Wi-Fi was terribly slow, though. Also, the photos make the apartment look a bit bigger than it really is. There were only four of us, so we were comfortable, but it would have been a very tight fit for 6.
It is a relatively long walk to the town centre (15 min), downhill when you go there, and uphill (quite steep in some areas) on your way back, so you either pay 12 Euro for a taxi or perform an additional exercise walking back. However, it is possible to spend a week never even going there, since there is a small supermarket, ski equipment shop (where you can also buy ski passes at the same price as in town) and a cafe/restaurant in the building. The restaurant is especially good - better than most in town.
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