Pleasant walk from hotel into city along river bank. Supermarket Carrefour in block behind. Great help from Reception staff when we were pick-pocketed in city centre and had to rearrange journey back after all out return tickets were stolen
Traveller from West Yorkshire
Located in the heart of Bordeaux, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Pont de Saint-Jean and St. Michael Basilica. Place …More
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at The Le Boutique Hotel. The hotel itself is ideally located, walking distance to most everything in town. It's very quaint and charming with each room having its own distinct layout and personality. But what really sets this hotel apart is the level of service offered! The staff was just amazing. One fellow in particular, Tcharlar, went out of his way to make sure that all of our requests and questions were answered. Where to eat, what to do, what not to do, etc... He arranged a driver for us for two different excursions, something I highly recommend doing in the interest of time and "holiday ease". Also, the breakfast service in the morning was very good...great variety, fresh items, nice coffee.
Traveller from Winter Park, FL
Located in the heart of Bordeaux, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Place Gambetta, Musee des Beaux-Arts, and …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
Spacious lobby and greetings of front desk impressed us at the beginning, followed by informative recommendations for our dinner in town with detailed map. Although swimming pool (which was one of the important reasons to choose this hotel) was closed for repair, I got good impression to such friendly and helpful staffs and clean and spacious room.
Located in the heart of Sarlat-la-Caneda, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Place du Marche aux Oies, Manoir de …More
Right from the beginning our experience of the Madeleine was good. Email contact from, before our arrival, welcome at reception, advice on restaurants and sightseeing....All great. We were upgraded twice to a large room overlooking the square. Very quiet and comfortable. We were told that this room was due for renovations but still looked in very good condition. The bathroom was a little dated but clean. The only issues were the shower glass leaked underneath making an absolute mess of the floor and the fan heater was a bit fickle not wanting to turn on sometimes..But since they were about to renovate, it's hardly worth complaining about . We would highly recommend their breakfast. Fresh orange juice, crispy pastries,locales and cheese plus bacon and eggs , good coffee too. Apart from perhaps the breakfast waitress, all staff spoke superb English(2 were actually English ). So we would say choosing this hotel is a no brainer. The town of Sarlat is a.must see too. Possibly the prettiest in the Dordogne. The regular town market is great for local delicacies. The huge door on the covered market is worth a photo
Traveller from L
Situated in Sarlat-la-Caneda, this hotel is steps from Place du Marche aux Oies, Manoir de Gisson, and Eglise Sainte-Marie …More