The standard rooms (96) live up to their name. In terms of facilities, they have a wall-mounted television, light wood furniture, a small desk and a bathroom with a shower and a hair-dryer. The guests who stay in these rooms have free access to a sauna and a room where skis are kept with a boiling cupboard to dry their clothes.
As for the apartments, they are more comfortable and look much like those found in French skiing resorts, with the added feature of a sauna. They have a small kitchen, large windows, light wood furniture and a slightly less elevated television screen. You can either stay in a 215 sq ft studio for two; a 430 sq ft one-bedroom appartment for two to four guests; or a 750-860 sq ft two-bedroom appartment that can sleep 4 to 6 guests. Alternatively, you can stay in 750-1,075 sq ft units that include 3 rooms and can sleep between 6 to 8 guests, or opt for the bigger 1,850 sq ft units that have five rooms, a jacuzzi and a fire-place and can accommodate 10 to 13 guests!
There is also a more secluded building that is reserved for the most demanding guests. It houses the superior rooms (84), which are more spacious, more modern, and tastefully furnished with dark-wood furniture. Their amenities include: a large corner sofa, a flat-screen television, a minibar, a kettle, a safe, but also a sauna, a balcony, a boiling cupboard; in other words, the facilities of a five-star hotel.