We spent a week here having booked through Ighams. We were very pleasantly surprised by the hotel having expected, from the brochure description, quite basic accommodation. The bedroom, though not palatial, was more than adequate and had, for two of us, a double and a single bed, two wardrobes (with plenty of hangers and shelving for clothes), a flat screen television (with UK channels) and a small seating area. The en-suite included a bath (always a joy after a day ski-ing) and there was always plenty of hot water. The food was always plentiful and of a very good standard and even though dinner ended at 8.30pm the buffet was still being replenished at 8.15pm Yes, it is all self-service but there are people to dish out the main courses and always a super choice of food. Though the hotel web site says there is red and rose wine available with meals, there is also white wine.
Previous comments mentioned that the staff do not speak English, this was not our experience: the receptionist who checked us in was at great pains to make sure that we understood not only what she had to tell us but when she saw us at the hotel 'Welcome meeting' later (it was all in French) she came over to make sure we understood that too! Maxime (the restaurant manager, I think) who welcomed us to the dining room each day, again was at great pains to speak English to us and make us feel most welcome as he showed us to our table.
The ski hire for the hotel is right next door and the staff there were most helpful and again spoke to us in English. There are ski lockers for both skis and boots on the ground floor of the hotel.
I would certainly return to this hotel and happily visit any of the others in their chain.
Very well done everyone!!