The hotel consists of a large, timber-clad chalet where the guest rooms are located and another building with 18 studios. With the exception of a ski storage room in both buildings, all of the public areas are in the main hotel and in this regard, customers are spoilt for choice. An average-sized swimming pool includes a Jacuzzi area, a system for swimming against a current, massage jets, a waterfall, and, best of all, a waterslide! All of this is bathed in sunlight coming in through the large bay window that can be opened once the good weather arrives. For those who prefer more privacy, a relaxation space has also been installed. With fake grass, Jacuzzis, a sauna, and a steam room, this place is perfect for relaxing. More motivated guests can try out the exercise bike beside the Jacuzzi while others can book a massage with the osteopath. While parents relax, children can have fun in the adjacent room where there they will find a pinball machine as well as ping-pong and foosball tables (for a fee).
However, the best place to relax is on the sofa by the fireplace in the lounge. The bar is located in this friendly and cosy space where the atmosphere is good from the time the guests return from the slopes until late into the night. Less used and less cosy are two rooms opposite reception, to the left of the entrance, ideal for teenagers who want to try out all the board games and spend time together away from their parents. Finally, still with younger guests in mind, there is a television room with a DVD player and large 1970s-style armchairs which are ideal for lounging in.