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Good place at a fair price. Room is a bit old and run down,
Hotel de Alpes is conveniently located in the centre of town. The staff were welcoming and flexible, we arrived late outside normal hours (on Bastille Day) and then wandered down late for breakfast the next morning. Highly recommended!
very big room, very good location (hotel in the centre of city), friendly people, simple & nice breakfast
Convenienly situated for our requirements. Staff helpful.
Location, large room Very comfortable. Bathroom huge, would be better described as a wet room. Bedrooms need more storage; drawers/hanging space
Good space, super friendly and considerate staff. It was hard to find. And, since we were there in the off season, some of the information online wasn't current.
We got an excellent, brand new apartment to stay in-we were actually upgraded to a bigger place too. We were late arriving but the Concierge left a note with his number so we could call him to get into our apartment (at midnight even, so obliging). The scenery, especially when it snows a lot during the night, is spectacular. The ski slopes are just a short drive (I mean you could walk but we took the car with all our gear) and are good for all levels of skiers. There was internet accesss, hot breakfast available and saunas too! I would totally recommend this modern and comfortable hotel/apartment complex. We felt it was like our home away from home (even when we were checking out they let us take our time and didn't harrass us). In fact, over much of the holiday they just let you alone in your apartment to enjoy yourself unless you need something when they are happy to help. You will get the best sleep ever in this place, it is so peaceful and quiet at night (and the stars come out in force too!) Truly a great place to stay on your ski holiday:) The hill up the hotel/apartment is a bit steep, especially if it is snowy/icy but you just have to put on snow chains or really take it easy (it is not long). Also, it is mostly a French speaking area only (I have moderate French so that was o.k. and I love the charm of this) but just be prepared (i.e. with a dictionary perhaps!) One last thing stock up on supplies for the apartment (this includes toilet rolls!) - there is only one shop/tabac in town which is great for smaller shopping trips and essentials but when you first arrive it is probably better to buy before and bring more from the bigger supermarkerts closer to Grenoble.