Morgins

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Morgins belong to Les Portes du Soleil.

Snow forecast

  • Sunday

    3.2 cm snow
    Partly cloudy
    -13°
    1 m/s
  • Monday

    15.7 cm snow
    Snow
    -8°
    1 m/s
  • Tuesday

    0 cm
    Partly cloudy
    -12°
    2 m/s
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hammarling
02/07/2015
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Morgins is part of the ski resort Port du Soleil. The resort is on the Swiss side, but most of the ski system is on the French side, with the main avoriaz and morzine. The system is Europe's largest ski system and is known for the piste "The Swiss Wall". It was light cloudy weather almost all days during week 12. In clear weather it usually rains the following day according to residents. Whatever it did.
The first day I went up to Chavanette to the "Swiss Wall", which is a big opisted puck pile leaning more than usual for a black pist. The surface was too hot so the piste was unfortunately closed. On day two I went to Avroriaz, which can be resembled a large futuristic creation of high-rise buildings surrounded by pallisadberg. Went down to Champéry which is an exclusive and cozy traditional Swiss resort. By the end of the day my knee had swelled and worked. Visited a doctor in the neighboring town of Chatel on the French side. Went by taxi since there is no ski bus between the French and Swiss sides. Despite the same ski system, the resorts do not cooperate. According to those I spoke to on the French side, it was the Swiss who did not want their ski bus to cross the border, and for French buses it was forbidden to drive to Switzerland. X-ray showed that I had blood below the knee bowl. Gave me a ski ban for two months and wrote a medical certificate. Useful is that the sickness certificate guest only pays for two of the six ski days for which the lift card was valid, but Hotel Helvetia refused. The lift card would come to my hotel bill. The hotel referred to a requisition in French that they provided me, and I had left to the lift station when I picked up the lift card. The lift station refused to redeem the lift card without referring to an agreement, which did not give to those who bought a lift card. I would have bought an insurance they said. Suggested that it would "mend" the lift card by calling my hotel if someone wanted to buy the card (!). So there was no redemption of the lift card. The hotel would not allow me to leave the hotel without penalty, which after a sincere and sincere conversation made me do. When I told all the tourist information they just shrugged their shoulders. A injured guest should sit with Svarte Petter double up. Not only to get hurt, but to brush salt in the wound, they also refused medical certificate to redeem the guest's lift pass. How do they think someone who has been injured wants to come back to try again? Guests are expected to have a home insurance covering the damage, so that the airline company does not have to pay back for the days that have not been taken. When I got home, I immediately contacted my insurance company. Contact them again after two months. They replied that they had missed my case and replaced the entire trip.
In summary, Morgins is a place on the blanket when no one invests but many people try to earn the quick money instead. Service feeling and quality thinking in small and largely lacking, which is a pity when the resort is part of such a large system. Guests are expected to understand French in case they leave an agreement. The guests who visit the resort come mostly throughout the day from the neighboring region of Switzerland. By Börje Hammarling.

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