Stayed at the Champs in mid-March and whilst the snow conditions could have been slightly better, our stay at the hotel more than made up for it. The rooms were clean and of a good size, the service was always proficient and the option of...続きを読む
We've just spent a week at this hotel and had great expectations based on the Inghams description, hotel website and the many glowing reports on trip advisor. Our stay overall was good... can you feel a BUT coming on?
We booked a superior room and...続きを読む
Wonderful, friendly staff - all very helpful, even though we only stayed one night. Great spa, the best hotel spa I have experienced in a long time. Fantastic breakfast. Easy to get to slopes, or to ski bus to Avoriaz. Top recommendation.
Amazing location, next to main lift and ski back to the door. The hotel itself is very comfortable and the bar area is a lovely place to relax after skiing. The food is really good and there is definitely plenty of it. However what makes...続きを読む
My wife , daughter and myself have just visited this hotel for a weeks skiing. It's the best ski hotel I have stayed in 20 years skiing. Family run and everyone so lovely. Staff are treated like part of the family. Food is amazing every...続きを読む
I have booked Hotel Champs Fleuris for Christmas 2016 prior to checking the snow history for Morzine. The reviews worry me slightly, my husband and son have skied previously in Austria, but this is mine and my youngest's first time! Booking as a surprise for my husband you can imagine it would be so disappointing if there was no snow, although I realise we have no control of the World's climate. I notice from reviews that people have travelled to Avoriaz and Chamonix to find the snow! Are these resorts easy to get to and do they have more likelihood of snow at that time of year?
I'd appreciate any feedback - thanks guys :)
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Can't tell you about Chamonix but getting to Avoriaz is quite straightforward. First option is the free road-train which stops around 30 metres from the hotel & runs on a circular route through the centre of Morzine taking... 続きを読む
Can't tell you about Chamonix but getting to Avoriaz is quite straightforward. First option is the free road-train which stops around 30 metres from the hotel & runs on a circular route through the centre of Morzine taking you to the Super-Morzine gondola. This links into the Avoriaz sector. Second, more direct option is to get the free shuttle bus (navette) from the bus stop on the main road to Les Prodains. From here a large newish gondola takes you right up to the centre of Avoriaz. This bus runs very frequently & takes about 10-15 min to get to Les Prodains.
Avoriaz is higher than Morzine & has a good snow record although I understand it can get quite congested if snow conditions are poor elsewhere. Hope this helps. Enjoy your holiday. You'll like the Champs Fleuris!
Staying in Feb 2016 in the Chalet that's part of the hotel, can anyone tell me if its noisy at night or ok ? thanks
Hi, I was wondering if anyone could tell me the closest ski hire shop to the hotel?