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Kids enjoyed for an hour, but at 10euros a shot it is a bit pricey. Bouncy castles, trampolines and ball pits. Centre itself is worn out. Not safe to leave children while you go off shopping as any strangers have full access.
I visited the wellness facilities of the centre sportif. The entrance fee was 17 euro for a day and I had to pay 4 euro to rent a towel which also required me to leave an identity card as collateral.
The spa included 4 saunas...More
This is a great place to go relax after a day of skiing as there are 3 different types of sauna, all with large seating areas, cold and warm showers, a large pool and a massage/jacuzzi pool! Just a note that there was only 1...More
I went to the Centre Sportif hopping to relax and enjoy the Aqua spa after a long day of snowboarding with my friends. We bought the 5 days pass and immediately regretted it as soon as we entered the locker room. It was so dirty!!!...More
After reading excellent reviews about Center Sportif and being tired after all day skiing we went to Center Sportif and was very surprised by very dirty and unpleasant area of all Center. The wardrobe is extremely dirty and outdated, all the dusty lockers haven't been...More
we bought a 6 day pass for the pool and spa area, and it was worth every penny! The pool was large and warm, the spa had 2 jacuzzis, 2 saunas, large steam room and loungers looking over the mountains. It was the perfect way...More
Payed 11 Euro for the gym which is totally outdated. The machines have not been upgraded for minimum 15 years - and I know that because I visited the gym in year 2000.
There are not any fixed free hand weights above 10 kg.