We have stayed at this property several times and find it a really good place to stay. For a catered ski in/out chalet in the three valleys at this price level it is hard to better. Clean, well maintained and as described on the web. The owners are readily contactable.
Chalet Bouquetin is on the edge of the newer (more attractive) developement in Les Menuires below the centre of town with decent views across the valley. The new bypass runs 50m below it, but we do not find that noisy or intrusive as it is well below the chalet level. The accommodation has lots of space in the lounge area with plenty of large comfy sofas and a (self help) fireplace. Most rooms are ensuite. The ski room is a little tight, but adequate, and free internet access is an essential bonus for me. The ski run from the chalet is down quite a steep slope, but it IS only 5m away! This piste is the small Betex (green) run which is at the very bottom of Les Menuires, you then take an old (slowish) chair and can then ski across (blue) and take a fast chair (the Tortollet) up to just above Les Menuires centre where ski school starts. This takes about 10-15 min. Alternatively you can miss out the first lift by walking up the Betex about 100m and skiing down to the second lift to above the centre. Absolute beginners might need to walk a little further and take the small basket lift to the centre, but by day 2 or 3 they should be able to manage the runs slowly!
Food does vary a bit year to year as it can obviously depend greatly on the chalet staff which (obviously) changes each year. I have seen comments from other guests that the food is too 'fancy' but others say that it is not 'haute cuisine' enough! Personally we have found it good, if not spectacular, and on the whole it is improving each year.
Les Menuires is not the most attractive of the 3 valleys and perhaps doesn't have the high class nightlife of some of the bigger centres, but the local 'Yeti' bar is lively, and there are plenty of other restaurants and bars. The main centre is a 10-15 min walk away, though some new restaurants are opening around the recent developements that includes Chalet Bouquetin. Prices tend to be as reasonable as you can expect for the 3 valleys. Les Menuires is, however, brilliantly located for ski touring or skiing to all the other 3 Valley centres easily, and as it is reasonably high we have always found enough snow and always skied in and out - I'm not into walking!