A very peaceful location, with excellent views from all the rooms and balconies. Very comfortable, with a lovely little bar (a little too nice for some). The ski hire folks came to the chalet and fitted us on-site, and came to collect at the end of the trip. No queueing in ski shops for us, and no lugging the kids equipment around!The free ski bus stops at the property, and delivers to the Super Chatel lift.
This provides access to the vast Portes de Soleil ski area, with a huge amount of choice available for all levels. We signed our kids up to the British Alpine Ski School for lessons with British instructors in the morning, and then happily spent the afternoon with the kids, easily reaching Morzine, for example. They were particularly keen on "The Stash" with it's jumps and bumps in the woods. They were novices when we arrived, but were confident on some of the black runs by the end of the week.The runs were surprisingly very quiet, especially considering it was Easter (barring the odd bottleneck here and there) but I'm told this is because most of the big British tour groups don't use Chatel as a base. As a result, the village retains a small town atmosphere and does not feel overrun.