The first point is that there are two blocks of apartments set on the mountain above Arc 1800. It seems pot luck which one you get. Alpages de Chantel is higher and close to the top of the free pedestrian cable car from the village, Roselend is lower and less convenient although it has the swimming pool. We stayed at Roselend with a 3 year old and a baby, compete with pram. To get to town was a stiff walk down a steep road and back up again (the buses do not run between 1200 and 1500 during the week), or a path which joined the ski slope (impossible for a pram). The alternative was to climb up a ski slope to the cable car (again impossible with a pram). For skiers life is much easier and Roselend is pretty much ski in ski out. The apartment was showing its age a little but was large, reasonably clean and was comfortable. Staff were helpful and friendly and the spa was good. One major concern was the huge quantity of dog poo around Roselend. Although there were poo bags provided we never saw one being used, meaning that children playing in the snow, building snowmen etc were in for a nasty present. We would not return.