In terms of its architecture, the hotel has opted for a wooden chalet style. It is made up of 3 buildings all together. In the main chalet, you'll find the reception area and a very modern and pleasant lounge where a few armchairs are arranged around a designer coffee table. Adjacent to this relaxation area is the restaurant and the bar. The new residence has not yet decided what to offer its guests for breakfast, and this room is to undergo some changes shortly. However, the bar is sure to stay and that's a good thing, since after a day on the slopes, the motivation to drink is high, but to walk around town in search of a bar is not.
The well-being centre is one of the hotel's assets, but although this is a pleasant place, it is unfortunately very badly located. The outdoor swimming pool is close to the road and looks out onto the car park, making it not the most welcoming of areas. Nevertheless, the lighting in this area is fantastic in the evening. There are Turkish baths and a sauna, which will get rid of your skiing-induced aches and pains.