Hotel Beauregard4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We usually stay in this hotel in winter and this is our first time in the summer. We had another great stay. We had a family room over the kitchen and it was a bit noisy but overall nice hotel, very friendly staff. Thank you.
We are keen skiers and like ski resorts. We usually go to Austria but as we were in France for our summer holidays we thought we would visit a French ski resort. As a special treat we booked two nights in this four star hotel in La Clusaz. Now because we usually go to Austria we had certain expectations about what a four-star hotel in a ski resort would be like. How sadly misguided we were. This hotel was a full price, we paid over £350 for two nights bed-and-breakfast so we had certain expectations. We booked twin beds, but anyone who skis in Austria will know that all hotel rooms have large six-foot beds with two mattresses and two duvets. Our room had a 5 foot double bed and as the hotel was full there was no option or chance of a change. We were also told that the restaurant was full so we couldn't eat there but if we were to enquire at reception the following morning we might be able to get a table in the restaurant for the following evening. It was also full the following evening. The room was very small and shabby and the cleaning regime was clearly very poor. The valance on the bed had some nasty looking stains on it. The corridor to the room was not nice, the carpet has obviously been down a very long time and there was an unpleasant odour about it all. The moment I arrived and filed past the children playing on the pool table in the lounge my head was telling me I should leave and I should've listened. The gentleman who booked us in told us the hotel was very busy all year round winter and summer. It reminded me a bit of the Solana, breakfast was a bunfight and the bar is very tired. The outside of the building is shabby and you can forget about wonderful displays of geraniums all around the building. This place has the air of a business sweating its assets. They are busy and full all the time and I suspect making a lot of money and whilst they are doing that there is clearly not much need for them to improve either the fabric of the building the quality of the rooms or the service. Personally I thought the place was just awful. Although we booked two nights the bed was so small I actually left my wife there and booked into another hotel the second night to get a good nights sleep. Actually that place for £40 for the night was really quite nice and interesting!
We arrived having booked one two-bed and one three-bed bedroom. Upon arrival, we were led into two tiny & dark, bedrooms on top of the main road. The third bed we paid for was not a bed, but a tiny mattress placed on special poles. We are lucky our kids are not picky. However, the mould in the bathroom was disgusting, and the sweet sour smell continuously wavered through the tiny bedroom as well. The location next to the skilifts is great. But the noise on top of the main street was a horror. By the way, the mold did not only attain the bathrooms. Fruit for breakfast was just as mouldy. Never, ever again
The staff was very friendly both at the entrance as in the dining areas, dinner was excellent (!!!!) every night (better than in most restaurants), there was a nice indoor swimming pool and sauna area that was not too crowded in the beginning of June, the room was nice and spacious and had a recently renovated bathroom. We liked the location in between Annecy and Chamonix for trips.
We spent a night hear in June 2017. It is a very well refurbished 1980s chalet style hotel. Rooms not very large, lots of modern-ish wood, slightly over-modern baths. Great breakfast buffet (the awful plastic sack dispsenser orange juice was more than made up for by delicious croissant, brand cereals and ample local cheese and cured meats. The Spa is a really a nice indoor pool with a jacuzzi, steambath and sauna bolted on. Great for swimming with little kids. Friendliness of staff was impeccable. I would definitely come again. My guess is that in winter it will have a rather crowded feel when fully booked.
A clean and cosy hotel up from the very centrum of the La Clusaz village. Just a few steps to the nearest ski-lift. Nice and clean rooms, with good beds and everyday cleaning. Also, there is a swimming pool inside, where you can relax after a day full of skiing. Restaurant was really nice! Staff was super nice and food delicious. Warm atmosphere.
Great hotel, nothing was too much trouble. Didn't leave until 5pm on the last day and it was no problem to have a late checkout at no extra cost. Great breakfast too. Location is spectacular! Ski in and out even this late in the season. La Clusaz is a pretty town with amenities on the doorstep, and the ability to leave your skis at the hotel is really handy. We will definitely return!
Great service, cake and juice post skiing a highlight. Location on top of the slopes (30m to the ski lift). Not fancy but nice pool and spa. Rooms basic but great value and what a location.. staff really friendly and offered good advice on where to eat or source things in the town
Ideal location to base your skiing or boarding holiday. Great service and food quality excellent. Very helpful and even laid a late meal on for us on arrival at 10pm. Rooms very clean and well laid out
Not sure this is a real 4 star hotel in all areas. Food - Excellent! Amongst the best food we have had in the alps. Although the range of choices is limited they always have a really good fish and meat option for main courses. Service in the Restaraunt is good except for breakfast. Staff in the restaurant are very friendly and helpful. They do not clear the tables as you finish each course which means you end up with a table full of bowls, plates and left overs at the end of breakfast. Reception and Bar Service Excellent - Really friendly staff and are always available to provide advise and support. Rooms - OK! Although the bathrooms have been refurbished the rooms look tired in some aspects and the hallways could do with re-decoration. Pool and SPA Area - Not good. Temperature of the pool and jacuzzi varies from warm to cool and empty at one point! Towels not cleared away regularly enough and times when no towels are available. Changing areas and route to the Pool is cold and dirty through the back of house.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Ski-in/ski-out access
- Indoor pool
Located within a leisurely stroll of Arvis Aquatic Park, Hotel Beauregard is within a 10-minute drive of Col des Aravis. This 93-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant, ski-in/ski-out access, and an indoor pool. It's in the mountains and also close to Heritage Museum.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.
The 93 rooms have an array of amenities, including balconies, free newspapers, and safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and satellite TV. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and bathrobes. Phones and desks are also standard.
Guests staying at Hotel Beauregard enjoy access to ski-in/ski-out access, an indoor pool, and a spa tub. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with dry cleaning or laundry, and answer any questions about the area. Other amenities at this ski hotel include a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and conference space.
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87% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 992 reviews