Just spent a week here.
Didn't help that Crystal through whom we booked the apartment said we could get a bedroom with twin beds and when we got there they told us there were no bedrooms with twin beds, not Odalys' fault but it spoiled the experience a bit, and it seems silly that they don't have any rooms with twin beds.
It's situated well out of Flaine which is a purpose built monstrosity, and is a nice looking place but whilst there is a free bus service it is slightly eratic and on one occasion during our stay stopped running 20 minutes before it was supposed to, stranding us in the village.
There are no taxis in Flaine, so to get one you need it to come from elsewhere and we were told that a taxi from Flaine Village to the Refuge du Golf would cost between 50 and 80 Euros.
The Crystal brochure said that it was 2k (or maybe 2.5k) from the village which sounds perfectly walkable but it's not, I didn't find out how far it actually is but it seemed like a lot more than 2 or 2.5k. There is a free shuttle bus that operates throughout Flaine and seems to serve every hotel or apartment block EXCEPT the Refuge du Golf whom we were told had refused to sign up the scheme. You can get round this by telling the shuttle bus driver that you're staying in 81 Le Hameau which is about 50 metres from the lower entrance to the Refuge but that's hardly ideal and could get you into trouble.
The apartment was well equipped, although having the bathroom en-suite is silly if there are more than two of you as those sleeping in the living area of the apartment have to troop through the bedroom to use the bath or the shower. The bathroom was fine although two of the four lights were not working and the shower screen allowed about two pints of water onto the floor every time anyone took a shower.
The swimming pool is cheap and nasty, concrete hole with a pvc liner and if it was heated it wasn't heated very much, it was freezing. the jacuzzi was also cool and has very few jets in it, pretty pathetic really. Showers in the pool changing area take an age to run warm and have very bizarre spray heads on them which don't really cover you with water in a pleasant or acceptable way so presumably most people swim without showering.
The restaurant and bar looked OK but characterless.
Lastly just to demonstrate how mean these people are, we had to vacate our room on Saturday morning but were not leaving until 3.45pm so we had a half day's skiing prior to leaving. On the Friday evening they told use there was a lockable room in which to leave our luggae and that we could use the (cold) showers down at the Spa where there would be towels available. When we arrived back from skiing our luggage had been left in reception for all of the time we'd been skiing. We went to the Spa but it wasn't staffed and when we went upstairs to ask for towels ther gave us one hand towel and one bath towel for two adults and two children saying that we should have kept the towels from our room.
So would I go back, well maybe if they signed up for the shuttle bus and I certainly wouldn't try and sleep more than two adults sharing a double bed and perhaps two young children sharing the double pull out in the living area, but on balance it's unlikely that I'd return.