That's why I want to express my feelings, the seasonal workers were very rude (short sentences of frustrated people) at the end of the season. They shouldn't take their feelings out on us. It's a shame, I'm talking about the Plagne village. We got abetter reception at Montalbert last year.
Lovely resort, but we really don't get enough respect. Never again.
-Very well equipped resort, the equipment doesn't break down every two minutes like it does in other nearby resorts. -Restaurant & cinema & other shops very easy to get to (in malls). -Cheap accomodation, ideal for families.
-You don't need a car in the resort
The resort is pedestrian which is great but the luggage is not catered for, except by hiring carriages at an exhorbitant price (10€ for 1min) or sleds that are virtually absent from the resort, which meant 2h30 to unload the car!!!
Varied and very well groomed ski area.
Easily accessible for all from beginner to freeride enthusiasts.
The village has kept its traditional charm and you can find everything you need there. Lots of carparks and you can travel everywhere free by shuttle.
Lots of "after ski" activities for all the family.
No real negative points... maybe the somewhat select side of Mont d'Arbois.
Low altitude resort that can suffer from lack of snow; but the grooming service does a remarkable job in keeping the area uniform.
Very pretty village with activities even outside the school holidays.
Lovely ski area, friendly shop keepers, but beware, baker's raspberry tarts inedible!
Cable car access ... not enough people outside school holidays: very long wait for it to fill up before departure! Problem with knee from the very first day: Cost of pass (150 euros) not refunded so money lost
The resort is really pretentious with respect to the ski pass (overpriced pedestrian cable car rates) and equiment not up to standard