Chalet Anne Reviews

Chalet Anne is a property in the France ski resort of Les Arcs 1800. You can view more Les Arcs 1800 ski reviews or write your own review.

Average ratings from 4 reviews

Overall
(4.2 / 5)
Apres-Ski
(3 / 5)
Accommodation & Value
(4 / 5)

Customer Reviews


April 13 - 19/04/2013
Overall

Stayed at Cicero in 2nd week in April. Our host Jaya was very helpful, accomodating, and most importantly, a great cook! The lounge area is big enough for 8 but the bedrooms are very compact. However, the beds are extremely comfortable so that was a nice bonus. The walk from the roadside to the chalet entrance can be quite tricky so need to be careful. The chalet is situated approx 400m from slope, of which 200m is an uphill walk in the morning. Initially this was a pain but after a few days we found it to be a good warm up! You can take a short cut to ski back to the chalet so you only have a 200m downhill walk back. Alternatively, you can catch the bus from the town which stops around 200m below the chalet. However, always ask the driver if he can stop outside the Cicero, some do, some don't. All in all, would recommend the Cicero.

Apres-Ski 3/5
Accommodation & Value 4/5

carl puxley

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22/04/2010
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We stayed here in the Easter break - our host Danny was amazing, he seriously could be a pro chef, the food was awesome. Skiing was great with an excellent range of slopes. The chalet was clean and the rooms were comfortable. Oh did I mention the food? out of 10 I would give it 9. I definitely would return ;)

Ben

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30/01/2010
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Cicero is a very basic chalet but is in a fantastic picturesque spot on an isolated hillside. The chalet is warm and clean and our host Paul was totally fantastic, he was an excellent chef and looked after us well throughout our stay. It's possible to ski to within 50m of the chalet down a small track off the Gollet run that heads toward Arc 1600. It only takes approx 5-10 mins of skiing/poling to get to the Cachette lift in 1600 and is better than the option of walking in ski boots downhill, although the path is not best suited for snowboarders.

Antony Brown

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26/02/2009
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8 of us stayed in Chalet Cicero for a week in January and had a great time. The Chalet is tucked away from the road with amazing views of the mountains and due to the location you actually feel snowed in. Our Chalet Host Ben cooked good 3 course meals, a cooked breakfast and cake in the afternoon as well as offering a few extras. The Chalet was clean and always warm, we never had to light the oven. Walking to the slopes with your gear takes you about 10-15 minutes if you take a short cut and you will be out of breath by the end of it. Walking back is a mission as it's all up hill, so if you can, ask the Navette driver to stop by Chalet Cicero and mostly they will, even though it's not a scheduled stop. Alternatively ski down to the other end of the Navette route and walk down the hill to the Chalet as opposed to up. The nightlife isn't great in Les Arc 1800, we only went out a couple of times but did have dinner on one of the mountain huts on Ben's night off which was brilliant and well worth the money! However, because there's unlimited wine in the Chalet and we went out to buy our own beer most nights we stayed in and provided our own entertainment. Generally we had a good holiday, the Chalet is comfortable and Ben is a good chef who made us feel welcome.

Kristin Warner

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