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Residence Club mmv Le Hameau des Airelles
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Reviewed February 21, 2013

Our family of two adults and 3 small children wre delighted with this self catering holiday. The flat was well laid out, to a high standard, had very comfortable beds and was clean and warm.

Any items which did not work were replaced at once.

The building was located a matter of yards from the piste meaning that ski in -ski out was very easy and there was a super bakery and top class deli - mini market within yards.

During half term there were no queues for the lifts. We will come again.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with family
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1  Thank Peter S
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Reviewed February 12, 2013

We stayed in a 1 bedroom apartment, which accommodated up to 4 people. The apartment was very clean, quiet and had a balcony. Kitchen had all the basic amenities, dishwasher, microwave/grill/oven/hob, fridge. Living area had a TV and DVD player, so good opportunity to catch up on those DVDS. The sofa also converted into a double bed. Bedroom consisted of a double bed, a single wardrobe either side. Separate wc, bathroom with bath and shower overhead. Apartment was OK for two of us, both space and storage wise, but I think 4 would struggle. It took a while to warm up the apartment, as the heaters are on a timer. Extra pillows/towels can be requested at reception. Also, make sure you ask for your free cleaning kit, this consists of ‘travel size’ items, such as hob cleaner, sponge and a few dishwasher tablets. At the end of your stay you have to ensure kitchen area is tidy, strip the bed(s), and place all bedding and towels in a pile in the room.
Unless you pay extra, check-in isn’t until 5pm. Unfortunately this is a ruling by the company who own the apartments. But, Neilson, have arranged a storage room for luggage to be stored until check-in time, and if you wish to ski half a day, you can use the Spa area to change. Reception staff were very nice.
The complex is made up of several buildings, with the main reception, lounge area in the the main building. Wi-fi available in the lounge area, and in the rooms of the L’Ancolie buildings only. Each building has a ski room, which has individual lockers for each room. Only room for skis, we took our boots into our room as there is no facility for boots in the ski room, and if you are going out at ‘key’ times, then it will also be a bit cramped. Our ski room only had two stools for sitting on. Standing room only. Spa and swimming pool are also in the main building.
Location is slopeside on a blue run, which takes you down to one of two chairlifts, and about 20m from a button lift. So, you can ski in/out. If you are a beginner then you have to catch the ski bus outside, or walk to main area (approx 150-200m) away. There is a supermarket, ski shop and patisserie about 20m away. Further shops and restaurants further down. Recommend, Ceasars, Jamy and La Maison De Clare.

Montgenevre itself is lovely, quiet, very much suited to families. Slopes are well kept, nicely groomed. 20 minute trip by bus takes you to Serre Chevalier (on the lift pass). You are next door to Clavier, either a piste away, or 10 mins walk along a walking path. Also on the lift pass is a day on the Milky Way (links to San Secario,Sauzx, Sestriere). Lift system is mainly chairs (bit slow), and a few pomas. Only short transfer from Turin. Not many mountain restaurants, one on either side of the mountain, but there are more once you ski over to Claviere via a red run.

This was our first ‘apartment’ experience in a European ski resort. Although it wasn’t a bad place, I don’t think we would try it again, just wasn;t for us. But I would definately return to Montgenevre.

Room Tip: Wi-fi connection, go into main building or L'Ancolie. Not worth ordering bread service as Patisserie is probably nearer than reception.
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank WirralLady_10
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Reviewed February 10, 2013

Five adults stayed in a six berth apartment, all was fantastic and well equipped except the second bedroom with bunk beds was small for two adults. The staff were friendly and spoke good English which helped to sort any issues (light blew in bathroom one night and was fixed the next morning). The pool and spa area was good, with few people using the pool as it is outside and the air temp was a fresh -20 at times, inside the steam room, sauna and jacuzzi were very busy but rewarding after a day on the slopes. The kitchen was well equipped with all the basics including a combi microwave grill oven thing and a large fridge. There was a good tv and DVD player which made slobbing out in the evening all the easier. There was a good ski store in the underground carpark where every room has its own private locked box that was opened with your room key, then when kitted up you can get on the nearest slope in a three minute walk, however if you are new to skiing and are attending the ski school you have a short treck in to town or wait for the free bus (we never took so I can't comment). In the evening if you fancy eating or drinking out you have to make your way in to the town centre as there is nothing up this end of the town, trust me when its -20 it feels a long way. All in all we really enjoyed the hotel, resort and the snow (which was much better than down the road in Italy when we had a day trip)

Stayed: January 2013, traveled with friends
2  Thank Alisandrow
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Reviewed February 4, 2013

We booked our apartment direct over the internet after seeing the complex in the Crystal "finest" Ski Brochure. We stayed in a 2 bedroom apartment (2 adults, 2 teenage lads) which would have held up to 6 (2 more on the sofa bed in the lounge). We were very impressed - the apartment was spotless, quiet, balcony, lovely views. We arrived at about 1.30pm and checked into our room immediately without being asked to pay extra (not having to wait until 3.00pm or 5.00pm as others have stated). We found the reception staff excellent and spoke good English. The complex is made up of several smaller blocks - we stayed in L'ancolie and our room had WiFi. Because there are several different blocks there are many entrances and exits which can be confusing to begin with - once you get this sorted in your mind, everything is fairly straight forward. For instance, in one lift our apartment was on floor 5, but a different lift, we needed floor 7 (its to do with the various levels of the different blocks). The swimming pool was great - we found it warm enough, but a real pity its only open from 4.30pm as this is not usable in the daytime for any non-skiers in your party. The wellness centre (jacuzzi, steam room and sauna) were lovely, but all got crowded later in the afternoon/early evening. It was great to be able to ski to/from the door, with a button lift taking you up to the main gondola lift. My husband and son skied over to Italy, but found the system of lifts not so convenient. One word of warning - book your lift passes over the net before you go - you can make huge savings with family tickets etc. All in all, a great holiday in a great village (its fairly small so don't expect nightclubs etc) there are some lovely restaurants - most notably La Refuge. We will definitely be returning to Hameau des Airelles next year.

Room Tip: Our room in L'ancolie had WiFi so that we didn't have to go to the reception rooms to go on line.
  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with family
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6  Thank KBMichael
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Reviewed January 23, 2013

The location is just in front of the slope which will take you to the lift... Appartment was clean, pool and sauna ok. The only thing is that there is no wifi in the rooms, you have to go to the bar and even there it was so slow. But still a good hotel.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with family
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2  Thank triciafenech
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