We were very lucky to get a room here at pretty short notice, for a 3 night break. I booked it only a couple of weeks before we arrived and spotted it on a travel website but booked direct through the hotel’s website. I believe we had a Superior room (which is all that was left) which had 2 large balconies and was in the corner of the hotel so overlooked both the slopes and the road. The room was lovely with all the amenities you would expect. When we first arrived late afternoon, I was a bit concerned as it seemed very noisy in the bar (below our room) and also there are lots of deckchairs on the snow near the outside bar area with people drinking/chatting. There was loud music too. I thought I’d never get any sleep! But the slightly more mature lady with the short dark hair, (who we thought was charming) assured us it quietened down in the early evening, which it did, so I slept well. On our last morning she also allowed us to see a room which we are considering booking if we come back next year with our children (this year we managed to escape without them).We generally go for 4 or 5-star hotels but I have to ask myself why, when this 3-star hotel is so good! We’ve stayed in some of the best hotels in London (Claridge’s, The Connaught, The Berkeley etc) but the general ambience of Bellevue was as good as some of these. Also, the location! Wow! Couldn’t be more convenient for the lift. Loved the hot tub on the 3rd floor too. A lovely little treat and I like that you pre-book it so you don’t have to share. We used it twice and I didn’t have any trouble getting a slot. Also booked it on our last day at lunchtime, which meant we could have the morning on the slopes and then use the spa area for a quick shower before heading onto the airport smelling fresh. We could store our suitcases in the playroom upstairs too (opposite the spa). Again, so convenient!We ate in the hotel on our second night and whilst it was perfectly ok (I had the Suggestion du Jour which is exceptional value), it wasn’t amazing. But breakfast was fab and I loved the croissants (you would hope they’d be good though being in France). If I had one negative to say (and it’s definitely not a reason to not come here, just book it now!), it’s that the boot room doesn’t appear to be heated. On our 2nd morning my snowboard boots were wet. That afternoon I took them across to Jordan Sports (where I’d hired my snowboard from) and they kindly heated them overnight for me with no charge, even though they were my own boots.