Appt 2 piéces, classified: 2 * on 2 floor with ascens. Residence LE SAINT ETIENNE, welcoming, cozy, typical mountain, at the foot of the slopes and all amenities. South facing balcony equipped, panoramic view montag.et tracks. Can accommodate 5 people including 2 couples and another person .Bathroom and separate WC, equipped kitchen at home.Large free parking near the Residence.Secured ski locker on the ground floor .Access with badge for the local and key of the appt for the locker.
“Stay from January 21 to 24, 2020. Very good location in the center of Aron and close to the funicular going up on the slopes. The apartment is very nice and warm, very well equipped too (the hair dryer was appreciated). Every detail of the decoration of the apartment is reflected! Very good idea for the capsule coffee machine for 50 cents. It is very good in the apartment which is very much appreciated after a day in the cold! I recommend without hesitation”
Beautiful attic F1 studio, top floor with small balcony, facing south with panoramic views of the ski area, sleeps 4 max, living room, kitchen area, separate bedroom, bathroom with shower, toilet, washbasin, ski closet, parking. It is located in the heart of the resort, 5 minutes from the city center and from the gondola to reach the ski slopes.
“Awesome !!! From the beginning to the end of our stay A personalized welcome, a comfortable apartment near ALL (bus, city center, activities) Very good communication I highly recommend Marion's apartment You can rent it with your eyes closed See you soon”
South-facing room with view terrace shower room plus wc
“We had a very good stay in this lovely room near the ski slopes. Yvonne guided us to the chalet and the keys were collected very easily thanks to the small box at the entrance. We really enjoyed the breakfast left in front of the room in the morning! The electric shutter which allows total darkness in the room was very significant too. The only small downside was our noisy English neighbors but more due to the people than to a real problem of soundproofing.”