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This comfortable hotel can be found in Les Arcs. The null is within 8. 0 kilometre(s) from the slopes. There are public transport links at 15. 0 kilometre(s) away. This null offers a total of 20 20. null can make good use of the wireless internet connection available at the public areas of the null. Some services may be payable.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
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Dirty and they don't care
Reviewed 20 july, 2020
Spent a night in the hotel during our Alps motorcycle trip. The location is very good if you are an avid biker. The owners were nice as we did the check-in and got our rooms. First things first, I put my gear in the room and headed to the bathroom to wash my hand. As soon as I opened the tap, the water with all the remaining of hairs and other dirt started to come back up in the bathtub. I directly went down to ask for another room but was told they are full and someone will come. The owner came a bit later and told me it is not their fault as the previous users did not tell them there was a problem. Note that they should have noticed immediately if they ever would have cleaned the tap in the first place as this caused the overspill in the sewage. After about 20 minutes he somehow cleaned it and told me to be careful as he could not totally solve the problem. So no shower that day... Rooms are otherwise dated and the hotel must have gone through the last renovation about 20 years ago. Dinner was good though but breakfast very basic. View from the room is stunning as you can see the Als unobstructed. Overall I would not recommend this hotel at any time, but especially not during a Covid risk period as cleaning is surely not a priority.
One night at the Belvedere
Reviewed 4 september, 2019
We stayed for one night at the Belvedere, as we did 7 years ago. Not much has changed since than. The rooms are somewhat dated, and one of our beds had a very old matress. The restaurant is a beautiful space where a perfect diner en breakfast is served. The owners are very nice and friendly people. Motorcycles can be parked in front of the hotel under a shed.
historic hotel in a quiet location, car required.
Reviewed 22 march, 2017
There are lots of positives about this hotel. The couple who own this hotel are friendly and very pleasant. This very old hotel is truly historic, an old coaching hotel first built in 1870, and restored in 1939 after it was damaged by a fire, occupied in the war. The public areas are lovely and full of memorable from a previous age. Someone as a good eye for design as the owners clearly make the best of the building. The owners , ( this hotel as been in the family for gerations) are clearly struggling against the odds to keep this important hotel open. The location is both a problem and an benefit. Located in a quiet wooded area it is close to nature and we saw lots of wildlife . The views are amazing and we were given a free update to rooms with a view. However, the hotel is up a rather narrow and windy mountain road, there are danagerous bends and no barriers. There is no ski bus so if you are staying at the hotel in order to ski you will need a car and you need to be confident enough to drive up and down the road to the resort. We are quite experienced in driving in France and in the mountains and my husband felt ok driving it but I found driving up and down at night quite worrying. if you think that you want to drive on this road be aware it is not easy. The hotel is very clean and the beds the most comfortable I have ever experienced on a ski holiday. Certain aspects are modern, modern TVs and good wifi. Bathrooms quite old fashioned , in need of an update, but lots of hot water. Towels poor, only one small towel each. Food was an issue for me, breakfast is all sugar based with no protein and not usual for skiers. There is an extra charge of eggs, in our case served under cooked. The hotel offers dinner, not too expensive and tasted ok but there is no choice and served on small plates. There are no snacks or food available other then fixed dinner that must be preordered on a morning. One night when we were staying , the food being planned in the morning was not suitable due to a food allergy so we did not book. However, in the evening there was very thick fog and you could not even see the white marking on the road or the edge of it so we decided that it was not safe to drive up the road to get dinner, as we had not pre-ordered we had to do without food - not even a sandwich or crisps was available. We were disappointed that we were unable to purchase anything and no effort was made to help us with this even though we paid for an extra room for our son who was staying in the resort and we were staying for a full week. The problem I think is inflexibility in approach rather then not wanting to help.
Traditional quaint hotel
Reviewed 19 march, 2017
The Belvedere is in a lovely spot nestled in the Alps close to La Rosiere, but is also convenient for visiting a cluster of resorts such as Saint Foye, Tignes and Val d'Isere. It's run by a lovely couple and is fairly inexpensive. Rooms are ensuite, some with balconies, tv etc. Basically furnished but cute. Breakfast is included and consists of fruit, yogurt, cereals & croissants. Evening meal is available if you let them know in advance. Two courses 17 Euros per person. I could recommend this hotel as there is just something very quaint about it, very French!
Reviewed 19 march, 2017
Nestled below la rosier en route to the san BERNARD valley, the lovely old traditional belvedere hotel is very charming . Run by a friendly ,lovely ,hard working couple. Rooms on the south side have an awesome view. Very comfortable and good value accommodation make it an excellent option when staying in the area but own transport recommended. Owner helped me with snow chains once which was above and beyond the call of duty. I would have no hesitation in recommending them.