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Nous avons passé une super semaine dans ce chalet en duplex, très confortable. Le pain est livré tout les matins, l'accueil était très agréable, et l'équipe très serviable.
We stayed in Chalet Homewood for the half term week along with our two sons - aged 21 and 20 and one of their mates. The layout of the chalet was perfect with the boys all upstairs and my wife and having the privacy of the downstairs double bedroom. Location of the chalet was good - though it is a bit of pull from the village on an evening after a good meal and few drinks!!! Lauren the Chalet rep was very helpful, the fresh bread every morning great and the ski lift up and down from the village a great benefit. I would have no hesitation in recommending this to friends and colleagues. The skiing in Tignes was fantastic and look forward to returning.
Très bel appartement dans chalet, au bord des pistes, parking couvert pour 2 voitures parfait , ascenseur, juste que l'on pensait avoir le SPA à disposition (d'après le descriptif) et l'on avait choisi cette location vraiment pour ça... Dommage! Accueil agréable et très serviable. L'année prochaine on y retourne avec grand plaisir après avoir négocier le SPA :-)
The apartment is very nice. We were 7 and it did not feel too small. The staff are very helpful and friendly and the location is great. There is a little bit of a walk up the hill if you arrive by train/bus as some of us did so be prepared for that.
We had no problems at all once we were settled in and the village is well-equipped with restaurants and bars and a decent (if small) supermarket. You won't get your Apple iphone/ipod/ipad to play music through the tv and there's no hifi, so bring your own speakers if this is important to you. Otherwise the entertainment in the apartment is good - dvd player, big TV with many channels including BBC and wifi that worked without issues all week (as did the lift up from the pistes).
Tignes les Brev is excellent spot for skiing/boarding - there's quite a few nice runs, two free lifts for beginners and some fun off-piste including between the trees. It's two short lifts up to Tignes itself which has amazing terrain as does Val D'Isere beyond.
There apartment is nice, but I wouldn't call it luxurious and there were a number of issues while we were there.
No internet access for 3 days, despite constant complaining to the building staff
Lift to the village out of order (hadn't worked the previous week either)
Deposit demanded in cash (sorted out with a phone call to the owner)
Car parking fee demanded (sorted out with a phone call to the building manager)
Jacuzzi and pool (20ftx20ft) were cool at best
Jacuzzi not working for two days
If driving and it has snowed you will need snow chains or a 4x4 to get up the hill, it can be very tricky as it was when we arrived.
Sky box and dish in place but unable to get a signal of any kind
Pool/sauna/jacuzzi opening times mean it is usually crowded, why only open at 16:00?
Nice large balcony, but it was under 2/3 feet of snow and we had no way to clear it, other apartments had their's cleared by the building staff.
The main waste bin in the kitchen had no lid and got smelly if you didn't remove the bag after any food waste went into it.
The cupboards were absolutely empty, completely cleaned out. So if you need salt, pepper, cleaning products, etc you will need to take them with you. Most apartments we have stayed in have at least a few basics like salt & pepper.
Overall we had a good trip. However the apartment did not live up to its write up, if you want to be billed as 'high quality' you need to fix all the niggling things (including the horrible cow skin rug which is rolled over at the edges and great at tripping you up!)
If you haven't been to the Espace Killy area before you should be aware that Les Breviere is not a good place for anyone less than an 'intermediate' skier. 90% of the skiing is over the hill in Tignes (Lavachet, La Lac & Claret) and Val D'Isere, to get there you need to negotiate some tricky blue and/or red pistes.
I had the pleasure of staying at Les Belverderes last Easter with 7 friends. As a hard working proffessional I couldn't have asked for more than the tranquil setting of Les Brevieres for a ski retreat. From the beautiful village to the luxury of the chalet, everything was spot on.
Les Brevieres boast some terrific restaurants and a couple of nice bars and I found the locals very accomodating.
The chalet is top notch and allows easy access to the slopes. It is spacious yet intimate and loaded with mod cons and luxury amenities. The jacuzzi is the perfect end to a full day's skiing, aswell as the option of a pool or sauna.
Value for money for the quality of stay is a steal my eyes.