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Reviewed March 16, 2018

Perfectly located, good quality and size compared to french alpine standards. Pro: location, view, bar and grocery store in the building, indoor parking. Con: only 1 toilet in the 8/10 apartments, renovation would be necessary.

Date of stay: January 2018
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Thank martonbazsi
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Reviewed February 27, 2016

A conveniently close to the slopes, comfortable residence. My family went and were perfectly satisfied with our apartment. It can be rather hot, but at least the clothes dry out quicker! It also came with a lovely view of the mountains, and was very peaceful.

Room tip: Be prepared for a long lift ride/ lots of stairs if you are on a higher floor
Date of stay: February 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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1  Thank Alison K
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Reviewed February 24, 2016 via mobile

Do not believe the boast that this accommodation at 1800 is suitable for families. It is dedicated to school parties and university students and is within a stones throw of a nightclub in a marquee. Go to Facebook and have a look at Skibiza Puy St Vincent. It is trying to be the snow equivalent of Ibiza. The resort is limited but is pleasant but if you go stay at 1600 maybe in the Sun Apartments where you should get a nights sleep! Be warned.

Date of stay: January 2016
Trip type: Traveled with family
1  Thank garfiep
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Reviewed September 13, 2015

Was here at the very end of Winter tourist season to enjoy snowboarding.

We were a couple in a room for 4.
Fully equipped tiny kitchen with a fridge, big dining table, couch (to be layed out as a second bed), small conference table, double bed and several closets.
The double bed was separated by a curtain, however I cannot imagine having four people being accommodated in there. The price is obviously higher when only two people inhabit the room (for us +70 Euro / person).

Enjoyed the breakfast from just-around-the-corner bistro, importing freshly baked pastry every morning (I recommend pain du chocolat).
Bistro offers other foods for reasonably high "mountain" prices, but nothing excellent and a few basic food (milk, baguettes, cheese, salami, pasta ..) however it's twice the price than the supermarket located at the main cashiers down the hill.

You have to pay for Wi-Fi 40 Euros (We had it free as one of the last customers for the season) Fast and reliable, don't know how it works when the residence is full up in the middle of the season.

The residence offers also sauna free of charge, however we haven't had the time to try it out, sadly.

The service was typical "French"ish as the receptionist was quite randomly present at the reception.

When skiing you basically "walk out" of the hotel to the piste.

There is a big plaza down the hill at the biggest hotel. There are quite a few restaurants, souvenir shops, one bar and supermarket where you can get all the basic goods.
I recommend the cheese, salami and sweets shop, where you can get all the French specials. We had amazing dinner from there, called "Raclette". You get a take-away amount of various salami, ham and a portion of cheese + heating machine for the cheese.

Date of stay: March 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank Phoeline
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Reviewed August 27, 2013

Residence Dame Blanche is set directly on a red run just below 1800m at Puy St Vincent. The views are stunning and it is all very peaceful - we did not hear anyone else while in the apartment.
There is a coffee shop downstairs selling fresh bread each day as well as light meals.
It is ideal if you are self sufficient - if you are able to get there, the supermarkets at Argentiere offer much better value than those in the resort.
I have stayed here in winter and summer and love it - and the bars and facilities at 1600m are great. Highly recommended.

Date of stay: August 2013
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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1  Thank stueey
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