A well appointed apartment, in what appears to be a relatively newly built or refurbished block. Underfloor heating, nice bathrooms and furnishings, flatscreen tv's and a good kitchen. There is a nice pool & spa in the complex, and the boot room has heaters for boots and gloves. It is also genuinely a ski-in, ski-out boot room - although is slightly more painful if you need to get to childrens ski school which are up the hill, making it way, way quicker to actually march up the road instead and take a shortcut from there.
On the downside, the Plein Sad seems to have some difficulties. The bath had a lovely selection of hair in it, one of the towels was heavy soiled, with large yellow marks on it, and numerous other small treats awaited under beds etc. where the cleaners obviously just hadn't cleaned. The shower head looked modern and huge, but was just plain useless giving little more than a small selection of drips. Even after the maintenance team had attended to it, it was only marginally improved. The reception desk were superficially helpful in the way that a large impersonal 3* complex would aim for, but way short of the pro-active approach expected for 5 stars.
Overall, good facilities, but terribly let down by its team.