This new hotel is a great find. Very reasonable price for services received. Location is excellent, staff speaks English, room was always clean, club facility is great for snacks anytime, breakfast and evening food. This will definitely be our hotel of choice in Bayonne. Would recommend booking a premium room as the extra space is well worth the additional cost.
Traveller from omaha, nebraska, USA
Situated in Bayonne, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Bayonne Arena and Musee Basque. Bayonne Botanical Garden and Chateau …More
We had stayed here last year and as we had to have a night in Biarritz prior to our flight home we decided to stay again. Unfortunately the weather stopped us using the roof top swimming pool which had been a delight last year but the hotel has maintained its high standards. Our rooms were large and very comfortable. The bathrooms were well - equipped. The staff were very helpful and I would like to express my appreciation of the gentleman on reception (whose name I cannot now remember) who helped me so much when I discovered a problem with our flight. He helped me get through to the airline and then found for me the times of trains to Bordeaux. He deserves a five start rating himself and I thank him. I look forward to visiting the hotel again when I have a little more time to enjoy it.
Traveller from England
This hotel overlooks Côte des Basques, in the heart of the seaside town of Biarritz and not far from the Grand Plage. Other …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.