We were looking for an inexpensive place to spend a couple of nights while passing through the region. Our rooms were tiny and spartan, but very clean, efficient and comfortable. It is exactly what it is, an efficient hotel for business and overnight stays. It is not a resort or family place.
Traveller from TN
Situated in Bayonne, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of L’Atelier du Chocolat, Musee Bonnat-Helleu, and Musee Basque. Church …More
We flew to Biarritz on the Tuesday flight from Birmingham and arrived at the airport about 1:00 pm. .A 13 Euro taxi quickly took us to the hotel and after a rapid check-in we had time to start our exploration of the area. Biarritz is a very long sandy beach surrounded by hills. The hotel is on one such hill and there is a long winding road down to the beaches. The beach directly below the hotel was covered by the high tide that existed at that moment but at other times we saw that it is a broad swath of sand, popular with many surfers. Other beaches became in sight as we headed down to the centre, following the coastal road. We had a quick beer in the first fishing port that we saw but were unimpressed by that generally and resolved not to return. There are many rocky islands scattered along this section and one has a boarded bridge to it, a tunnel through the rock and a view along the coast. Our walk continued down to the main beach and to the Hotel du Palais. All of this was done in bright sunshine at about 30C. Slowly we returned up the hill via the Rue Gabionette to the hotel. The swimming pool on the roof of the hotel was like a warm bath, not very refreshing. The large beer was better. Next day was even hotter and we spent time on a small beach which had limited shade but very safe bathing. Our last full day was cloudy and significantly cooler. We tried to go to St Jean du Luz, via train. Not a success! ...No more room to tell more....
Traveller from Birmingham
This hotel overlooks Côte des Basques, in the heart of the seaside town of Biarritz and not far from the Grand Plage. Other …More
"a very comfortable overnight stop on our way to ES"
Very easy to find the Hotel, the staff were very pleasant and the room was clean and comfortable. WE had a very enjoyable meal in the restaurant. We will certainly stay there again if we are travelling in that are
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Halle D'Iraty, Asiatica Museum of Asian Art, and Casino …More
The town of Bayonne is six kilometres from the Atlantic coast, at the confluence of the Nive and Adour rivers. The Nive divides Bayonne into two quarters spanned by five bridges. Grand Bayonne has narrow pedestrian streets lined with shops, towered over by the Gothic spires of the Cathedrale Sainte-Marie. Petit Bayonne is home to lively Basque bars, museums, and picturesque 16th-century houses.