This is a good hotel for a business stay, a little old fashioned, but I was only there for one night. The plug in the bathroom had broken, so it was very difficult to have a wash or a shave! I did mention this to the hotel staff, but I am not sure that they did anything about it.
Breakfast was okay, not great, but it was a hot breakfast, and not the usual croissant and coffee!
Traveller from UK
Located in the heart of Limoges, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Chapel of St-Aurelien and Church of …More
Clean, decent sized rooms, close to station but about 10-15mins walk from main city. We could see it easily from the station, not sure if there was an easier way to get there but we ended up dragging luggage across a main road, down some stairs then had to find our way from a back street to the front of the hotel.
Located in the heart of Limoges, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Musee Municipal de l'Eveche and Limoges Cathedral …More
Lovely hotel with great views. Excellent restaurant and service. Nice swimming pool and outside seating facilities. Room a little disappointing size wise and entrance was from an old creaky wooden staircase. On arrival they had no record of our booking. All in all a lovely place to stay.
George from Fife Scotland
Situated in a rural location, this castle is 5.2 mi (8.4 km) from Cave of Lascaux.More
We were very pleased with the hotel and this was our third stay there. The worst thing we can say is that our room was very hot, as we stayed during a heatwave, and we found it difficult to sleep. However after a few days, upon asking, we were given an electric fan to place in our room, which helped. We would recommend that air conditioning be installed or fans issued as norm to rectify this. The breakfasts were excellent and the staff very pleasant and it was good that some of the staff were multi-lingual. We would recommend this hotel and would stay there again.
Traveller from County Durham
Situated in Souillac, this hotel is steps from Musee de l'Automate and Abbey Sainte-Marie. Souillac Library and Louis Roque …More