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Langley Hotel Tignes 2100
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Reviewed January 9, 2013

The Tignes 2100 was a simple and basic hotel but, nothing was different than what was described when booking. We managed to get a great deal on our break to Tignes - significantly in Ski holiday terms. After reading some reviews on Trip Advisor before booked, I did have my reservations - especially around the South Facing Room option as the rooms are significantly smaller on the North side with no balcony. We ended up booking the South Facing Room and I can honestly say that this was a fantastic decision, the view was amazing and the use of a balcony was great for those clearer evenings.

The Tignes 2100 décor is quite dated and looks more like a Spa than a hotel but, the rooms were light and well laid out. There wasn’t a lot of room to move around but, the amount of storage allowed the option to get all your luggage and gear out of the way. We were among the first guests of the season and had the pleasure of sleeping in brand new beds that the hotel had upgraded during the summer, these were very comfortable and great after a tough day on the slopes. In terms of cleanliness, the cleaners came into our room every day to make beds, hoover, polish and fold our towels, which was a nice surprise. The bathrooms do look a bit scary but, the choice of décor doesn’t really help to hide the dirt in those more tricky places.

The Bar had great offers on drinks during happy hour which ran from 4-6, definitely the cheapest on the resort. They had live music every Tuesday, which happened to fall on Christmas Day during our visit and was well received and pleasantly amusing.

There are a lot of reviews about the food on this site and I do have to agree with most of them. The portions were quite small but, you do get three courses, so plenty in total. The hotel advertise the menu outside the restaurant every morning before breakfast so, you have plenty of time to decide whether you want to eat in or eat out. Unfortunately, for us there was a lot of raw fish on the menu which I am particularly not fond of so, we opted to eat out a few evenings. For the price of the hotel and being half board, this wasn’t a problem at all. However, the meals that we did like the look of were very tasty and well presented. You do receive a free drink with your meal, which is either a bottle of house wine, a soft drink or water – Lager/ Beer is not included as we found out when we apparently left without paying! The breakfast side of the food was spot on and you could pick a different option daily from a large variety.

The Tignes resort itself was incredible. It had plenty to do, has all of the facilities you could require and is very beautiful, despite its 60s appearance. The skiing was great but, for more inexperienced skiers I would advise on an area ski pass rather than a local one, as the local area is quite challenging for a beginner, whereas Val D’Isere has a lot of pistes for this type of individual. The hotel itself was close to the main lifts as well as the bus station for access to the either resorts.

Stayed for Christmas December 2012.

Room Tip: South facing room is a must, larger and the view is amazing!
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank KMrsHG
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Reviewed January 5, 2013

Pros:
-really friendly staff
-amazing location
-got a better room than we paid for
-generally good food

cons:
-lifts don't always work + are tiny (not good with suitcases)
-very basic rooms (e.g no extra blankets, no ipod docks/tv, no hair dryer)
-food portions are small (ish) and can be a bit cold
-lockers don't fit snowboards so you have to leave them in the boot room


Jam bar about 30m from the hotel is a great place for lunch!

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Papersnowflakes
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Reviewed December 28, 2012

Rooms were cheap amd basic but functional and fine for what you pay.
Most people moan about the food but I thought it was awesome. Similar food each day abd french cuisine. If your not into that then I would avoid as the options were limited much to the upset of my other half. The bar was good and the staff friendly. One of the langley girls spole about 4 different languages which was impressive.
I was a little dissapointed at rhe reception when I went there to ask a question only to be confronted with a sign saying "gone skiing be back later"
Overall,
Dirt cheap and basic but it was heated and acceptable for a ski resort. This was a ski in and ski out hotel with the lifts about a minute walk away and for the money what more do you want?

  • Stayed: January 2012
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Thank mbc858
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Reviewed November 6, 2012

If you want access to fantastic skiing on a budget this hotel is difficult to beat.
5 min walk to lifts, ski hire and ski school. The hotel also offers ski guiding. There is a supermarket and bakery there too, handy to go back to room for lunch and kick the boots off for an hour before heading back out in the afternoon.
The rooms are small and basic, but clean and warm. There was no TV and no WIFI in the room. We paid a small supplement for an en suite with half bath…..worth it after skiing! Our room was on the 5th floor, lovely and quiet. The lifts were fun, sometimes it was quicker to walk down! The ski storage (unheated) is on the ground floor.
The food is excellent and service in the dining room is very good, although it is a good idea to take an extra layer with you. Dinner is 3 courses, with drinks included, table service with alternative options if you don’t like the meal offered. Breakfast is buffet style, self service with a wide variety of options. We sat with other guests at busy times and sometimes had a table for 4 to ourselves. The staff in the reception, bar and hotel are all polite, helpful and Swedish! I would recommend this hotel for skiers who prioritise location and food over luxury accommodation.

Room Tip: Go high for peace and views of the mountains.
  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Ali M
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

The hotel is pretty much next to the lift and the slope so near ski-in ski-out but it's wedged between two busy roads.
I may have had bad luck with the room but found myself woken up at closing time every night for a week.
Apart from that it's a perfectly good value for money, purpose built, all-inclusive ski-hotel with good service and good food in one of the best ski systems in the world. Functional if not the most exciting.

  • Stayed: January 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank JAS_BRS_UK
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