Two of us travelled to Ischgl with Monarch Airlines, having booked with Iglu. The flight was great - despite half the aircraft being empty and no one using the extended leg room seats (had to pay extra if you wanted these...) but i am now converted to short-hop flights and transfers, we left at midday and were in resort by 5pm local. This made for feeling much fresher and less fatigued by the faff of travel. The Rep was very helpful - until she disappeared (seemingly) for a few days after we first were in resort. We could buy a discounted ski pass and sort out hire on the coach wich was ideal. WE also opted to pay an additional 2.50Euro to access the pool in town for free - the rep had not come across this at all through the entire season but checked it out and made it happen for us. Ideal, as we enjoyed a nice swim and sauna (extra 6.20Euro) most evenings. this is a downside for the Chalet not having their own sauna, but the Silvretta Centre did the trick.
The resort town is HILLY so be fit to not feel zonked just walking to the Chalet and shops, the shops are varied - probably better than in the duty free zone over the border (although worth a visit for alcohol) - and there are plenty of nice places to wander around. The town feels wealthy but not off putting. The apres was quiet-ish due to the end of season but we had a good few nights out!!! (they do smoke in clubs tho!)
The chalet was everything you'd need exept for the lounge, it is a HUGE shame but we fortunately had a v easy going group of people and enojyed our chalet atmosphere regardless; but yes this point is v off putting despite me initially feeling as though it wouldnt matter. Chalet hosts were wonderful if not forgetful, if you are expecting T's crossed and I's dotted you may get some missing but overall they were lovely and made us feel comfortable. We had room 7 and it was fab - great balcony with the late sun, amazing views and generally a good little room. TV and very strong shower (happy with that). Food was plentiful as was the booze, in general i really enjoyed our chalet service.
small walk/lift/travelator to the gondola and then ski-tastic, we had very warm weather but still enough snow to enjoy things and also had an epic tan! Then we had a huge flurry before our last day (bad-ish vis) but so fab!
Recommend for March but would probably be a pain if very busy in the season.
Summary - quick flight and transfer, good reps, cosy chalet, nice room, great shopping, lovely runs (not overly challenging for good/advanced skiers) and fun resort (save some £££ if you want to shop!)