Mercure Chamonix Centre
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Chamonix Centre
Located right next to the railway station, the hotel is well located, and within walking distances to nursery ski slopes for lessons. Very accessible to the rest of the Chamonix ski slopes by bus.
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... happy polite well adjusted little people. However there is moments of reality....granddad says that this holiday is costing him £1 a minute, plus miscellaneous expenses (£3000) so the family will enjoy themselves. And that's the reality, in a months time our Chalet will cost the occupants £2 a minute, to stay for a week. Yep £120 per hour. Work it out 2 x 60 x 24 x 7. GBP! Its a serious cheque book.
So what do we do.....wake at 6am, coffee, shower etc and ...
Firstly a story I forgot to mention yesterday, I recounted it to Matt his morning, when we walking off down to watch Marni at ski school. When Marni and I returned from the pool, she wanted to put the code in to open the alarm, so I said okay then, push "2", she then pushed "5". I said, "Marni, let mummy do this one and you do the next one. You pushed 5 instead of 2."
Marni replied "oh, how embarrassing" and walked inside. ...
... and I hit the ice and were on our bum...marn's and Matt slid straight through it and tumbled in the soft snow....she was reasonably unimpressed, but also surprisingly ready to go again. She patiently waited with Grandpa whilst Matt rescued Brody. After that icy bit, the rest of the run was quite good, although it was a bit scary for Marni. Brody did great, we ran into his friend Ruben and Dominic and caught the Voza Prarion lift to the ...
... amp; packing! Stew worked pretty hard our first week in Chamonix. Marg and I entertained the kids by taking them to an 'enchanted' playground in Argentiere; at least it was enchanted until Grace fell in the creek head first! Another day we borrowed Eli's jogger pram and caught the train to Les Praz & then walked the last 2km into Chamonix. The French definitely know how to 'do' a good playground for the kids. We also found great coffee (equal to a ...
... some in lycra that leave nothing to the imagination. I could see 3 ski lifts (1 ski lift & cable car on the peaks, operating till after 7pm last night) it's still light till late, so easy to keep exploring. This is one of the oldest ski resorts in France, it is amazingly beautiful, I'm going to need a wider range of adjectives on this trip as these will get worn out. Let's see if I can add some photos ...