Vestlia is not an especially attractive hotel from the outside but more importantly, lovely inside. The lighting is dim throughout the public areas which makes it cosy, as does the under-floor heating. I don't know what the max capacity is but we were there at New Year and it didn't feel over-full. We were a family of 5 in a 2-bedroom suite. The children's bedroom was tiny but that wasn't a problem as they spent their time in the living room and kitchen. The kitchen was surprisingly well equipped. We had booked DBB but we definitely could have cooked reasonable evening meals in the kitchen. The entrance hall in the suite was spacious, with plenty of room (and hooks!) for ski wear\equipment. We didn't use the Spa but the children used the pool most days and it wasn't too busy, some evenings they had the whole pool to themselves by 9pm. Two tips - ask at reception for swimming pool towels, don't use the ones from your room and on a different note, remember that even if you have booked DBB, you still need to book a table for dinner, popular times go very quickly!