We (luckily) ended up at Le Petit Dru following an appalling hotel experience in Megeve, resulting in our last-minute / same-day booking. The lady welcoming us at the reception was extremely helpful and understanding, the rooms were exactly what we were looking for, namely a large, renovated room (25 square meters) with a large balcony nicely opening up on Morzine's edge and convenient foot access to the village, a comfortable bed and a solid shower. Bar and restaurant were both professionally manned and classically relaxing, with free parking and outdoor pool being great plusses. By and large, Le Petit Dru is a traditional, unpretentious hotel, a proper four-star property, with sensible, spacious hardware, and a genuine, hospitable Team.
We had a fantastic weekend two weeks ago with my husband. The rooms, views and the pool is great. The welcome was very friendly and we also had dinner in the hotel. A three course meal of excellent quality and a very decent price. The location is very convenient. In fact the hotel has a lift that takes you down to the town centre. Morzine itself is stunning, the landscape and its offer. I would definately recommend this hotel. Thank you!
A lovely quaint hotel perfect for a weekend of skiing. We stayed here in March, pre-pandemic, as part of a work ski trip. They handled the large group very well and the perfect location meant it was easy to source equipment and access the main town. The hotel is small, clean and the staff were very friendly- I would definitely stay here again.
It could have been a disasterous trip... as Macron announced France was going into lockdown within 7 hours of our arrival in Morzine. Instead it was a great adventure. Herve the manager saved the day with his prompt communication. customer focus. And fabulous breakfast. We look forward to returning next year.
Stayed with a few friends for a long weekend skiing. We loved this hotel! The staff at reception were always helpful and friendly, from personally showing us to our room, to booking lift passes for us, and general advice. The hotel is well positioned on the edge of the town, but just a 5/10 min walk into the centre. The bus stop is just outside which seemed frequent for going both into Morzine (few minutes) or Avoriaz (5-10mins). The hotel was styled like a chalet which felt cosy, especially with the fire on in reception. We had pre-booked our ski hire through Intersport, and picked it up the evening we arrived, someone is at the hire room in the hotel every morning and night. There is a large heated boot room to leave boots in, then lots of lockers for skis/boards. The bar was welcoming, we had a drink most evenings and had dinner one evening which was excellent. Breakfast was good in the morning with a wide selection. Rooms were well sized with good storage and the shower was amazing! Only minor comments, the bathroom fan didn't work so little damp smelling on arrival and would have been good to have some hooks by the front door. We enjoyed using the outdoor pool and the hot tub, perfect relax post day's skiing. Highly recommend this hotel, we plan to return next year!…