A good apartment and an enjoyable stay. We eat breakfast in but had other meals out. The kitchen is however well equipped and it would be easy to make simple meals in it.
If you don't fancy the ski in/out option, it is about a 5 min bus ride/taxi ride from the ski lifts and the hotel has a helpful free shuttle service which you can use in the evenings.
The hotel ski shop closes in the afternoon so bear this in mind if you are intending to pick up skis after 1 pm. There is another ski shop which you can walk to and which will collect the skis from the hotel at the end of your stay.
The room has a Nespresso coffee machine so you may wish to pack coffee for this. If not you can buy individual capsule from reception for 70c.
Comfortable if a little basic accommodation but ideal for a reasonably priced extra weekend skiing trip. Hotel always seems empty, rarely see other guests which makes it slightly soleless. Breakfast could have more choice, faily limite, though food was fresh (apart from tinned fruit)
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We had stayed at the residence in Alpe d'Huez previously. This Reine des Pres wasn't as pleasant but it was great nonetheless. Very friendly staff and amenities made the stay very comforting. Great if you are with a family. We were two couples so one room had a double bed and the other one two single ones joint together which was a bit disappointing. The other bit was that we felt that the jacuzzis could have been a tad warmer as it was cold around the pool area. Other than that, great apartments and a great place to stay if you go to Samoens.
Pocket Guide: Alpes du Nord Le Grand Massif Hotels
A huge area encompassing the ski resorts of Samoens and Flaine, Le Grand Massif is a popular ski destination for families. Childcare facilities are at both resorts. Samoens is a more traditional village than Flaine, but the latter has better facilities. In addition to the slopes, snowboarding, heli-skiing, telemarking, and snowshoeing are popular activities.
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