Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.2 out of 5
3.8 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
2.5 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by Dee from London

Easiest accommodation to ski back to.

Posted 15-Apr-2014
Second time we have stayed here. You really get what you pay for- we were 10 friends in 2 six bed apartments who don't mind a bit of a squeeze. If you want some space then maximum of 4 in the 6 bed apartment. The double bed, the bunks and the sofa beds are all comfortable. At the end of 4 hard days skiing, none of us had any difficulty getting to sleep! It includes towels and clean linen, basic cleaning equipment and 1 toilet roll (so you need more!) They are basic but again for the price, what can you expect. They are the highest accommodation of the resort so very easy to ski/board back to at the end of the day, drop your kit off and a 5 minute walk to the pubs. You have to be fit for the walk but the escalators make the walk OK. The reception tends to be closed a lot- we had to phone to get the code to get our key. When reception is open the staff are friendly and helpful and speak good English. We love the skiing in Avoriaz - it is high so gets some great snow until the start of April. Great resort for families too. We will definitely stay here when we go back.
3 out of 5
for Families
by A verified traveller from Stroud

dont go by the official capacity

Posted 09-Jan-2012
Pros: good value, well located
Cons: poor maintenence
Location: well located
OK if you dont go by the official appartment capacity, our room for 6/7 was ok for 3 or 4, but no more, however the value is OK.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveller from London

Uncomfortable is an understatement

Posted 07-Mar-2011
The bedroom was a tiny airless box, the bed a hard foam mattress, hard up against one wall. It was an unbearably uncomfortable and i was exhausted by the lack of sleep at the end of our 7 day stay. The apartment itself, although clean, was seriously basic...there wasn't even a toilet roll! I've stayed in self-catering apartments whilst skiing before and they've all been substantially better than the Maeva residence. I perhaps could have overlooked a number things, however, the cost per night was substantial, even at peak rate standards and to be charged extra to 'rent' a towel is quite frankly disgusting. If you like your ski holidays expensive, basic and uncomfortable, the Maeve Residence is for you!!
4 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Maidstone, Kent

Ideal for a low cost skiing base

Posted 09-May-2008
Excellent location, great views, very easy access to the slopes, able to ski away from made door and return ski right up to main door. Basic apartment but with all the facilities required, apart from Englich speaking tv! Average comfort but ideal for three guys more interested in the skiing and apres ski!