Spa, gym, library, and free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV, minibar and signature spa products.
Lodge and Lodge Fireplace rooms are cute and cosy, with Ralph Lauren homeware and splashes of tartan; visiting trappers should bed down in the Park Suites, which have brushed-steel chairs, blood-red ostrich leather walls and shaggy fur throws. If, on the other hand, you’re a visiting rock star, the Plentitude Suite has your name on it: designer pieces, hefty boulder fireplace in matt black, princely bed with a curly-hide headboard, Philippe Starck lighting and a sleekly modern stone-tiled bathroom.
There are five treatment rooms at the hotel's Pure Altitude spa, each with a rustic, Alpine feel. Made from local mountain plants, their home-made products are used in a range of detoxifying and age-defying treatments from the signature Le Secret du Skieur sports massage to the rejuvenating Sève de Vie facial.
Swimwear; Chanel skiwear (and matching goggles); Dolce for dinner.
Extra beds for over-12s can be added to the Park Suite for €88 a night; cots (€25) can be added to larger rooms. Babysitting is €15 an hour.
Snow bunnies: five years and upwards.
Opt for one of the Park Suite rooms, which sleep two adults and two children with plenty of space left over.
Skiing, of course, and the full gamut of winter sports.
Children are allowed in the hotel restaurant. High chairs can be provided, and staff will happily heat up baby food/milk.
A local nanny can be booked (€15 an hour).
No need to pack
For €25, parents with babies in tow get a baby welcome pack, which includes a cot, bottle warmer, bath, bath thermometer, and changing table.