Club Med Aime La Plagne Reviews

Club Med Aime La Plagne is a property in the France ski resort of Aime La Plagne. You can view more Aime La Plagne ski reviews or write your own review.

Average ratings from 8 reviews

Overall
(3.6 / 5)
Apres-Ski
(2.9 / 5)
Accommodation & Value
(4.2 / 5)

Customer Reviews


Club Med 3* - 21/03/2019
Overall

La Plagne 10/03/2019 Not quite the Club Med experience I was expecting. There was a general lack of help from the hotel staff and also a tendency to just say "non" when asked for help etc. One key issue was the red wine being served, at dinner, in open white wine bottles!! Clearly this was something that we complained about and it became clear that the remains of the dinner wine was put back into open bottles to be used at the bar. Unfortunately they were also given to us at dinner. Nothing was done when we complained apart from an admittance that this was a mistake.

Apres-Ski 2/5

Steve Webb

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Great week - 20/03/2019
Overall

A group of adults, varying ski abilities, had a week in March at Club Med Aime La Plagne. Hotel is a a bit tired, but worked for us. Good location, easy access to the slopes. We were a bit unlucky with the weather so the glacier was closed all week, which meant the rest of resort was busy. Had to get through Plagne centre early, but that's just planning. Loads of lovely blue slopes, great place for beginners and intermediates. The main downside was clubmed lift pass - this has always been all resort, but this year they have changed it to just the resort staying in, so we weren't able to go to Les Arcs. We were not told about this, so only found out whilst trying to cross over. Not great! Clubmed admin is always very frustrating, Iglu were in my experience very helpful and helped us navigate this. Not to mention their awareness of hotels and resorts, which was brilliant, would def recommend Iglu to book through!

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

KH

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Fantastic location, fantastic value - 25/08/2016
Overall

Hard to beat the location of this property, with ski-in ski-out convenience. Especially being able to ski almost back on to the sun deck for lunch every day. Standard rooms are small but fine for a couple. Upgraded rooms give you more space and views. This place is often great value for single skiers, with little or no under-occupancy charges.

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

Boyd Duczynski
Iglu Staff

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Paradiski Ski in & out - 24/04/2014
Overall

Club Med Aime La Plagne is situated in a quiet location of La Plagne overlooking Plagne Centre. Which is a few minutes walk downhill, a bit longer on the way back. It is in a great ski area for families as it offers a great choice of skiing to suit all ages and abilities.The Club Med has its own sun terrace which is a great place to unwind and watch the skiers go by In La Plagne there is the famous Bobsleigh run worth a visit in Plagne Bellecote the outdoor pool both a short bus ride away free with lift pass. The rooms above the sun terrace offer great views of the slopes. There is a boot room in the basement which is very convenient as it leads directly onto the slopes. The dinning area which is spread over three floors & the bar are located on the ground floor . Children will enjoy the kids clubs and the activities on offer. The hotel itself offers a great value holiday &an opportunity to ski one of the biggest ski areas in France. The Club Med pass covers La Plagne only but can be upgraded, if you fancy a ride in the famous double decker Vanoise express to view Les Arc journey time 7 - 10minutes

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

Nigel Oconnell

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Amazing End to an Amazing Winter - 02/05/2013
Overall

Winter 2012/13 will certainly go down in history as one of the great ones for good, consistent snowfalls. Not so much for bluebird days, but that's the trade-off. If you were game enough to take a punt on a late season ski trip you would have been greatly rewarded. The week commencing Monday 15 April gave us four days of blue skies, mild temperatures and easy, cruisey spring skiing. On a snow base that was over one metre at 1800m, there was no sign of this massive cover wearing thin. Like any Spring skiing though, afternoons are best spent on a sun terrace, and Club Med Aime La Plagne has one of the greats. You can ski up to within two metres of a table set up for lunch, then while away the rest of the afternoon eating, drinking and soaking up the sun. Bliss! Club Med Aime La Plagne is clearly very popular with families, with a fantastic magic carpet beginners area within one minute's walk of the ski room and plenty of activities in-house for the youngsters. Rooms are compact and functional, with a limited number of larger rooms with balconies available to those who book early.

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

Boyd Duczynski

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