Staff at the reception desk extremely helpful with excellent spoken English.
Room well equipped with an excellent mattress on the bed.
The food in the restaurant was excellent and the ambience superb, what a wonderful room to have dinner in.
Secure parking some way from the hotel, as advised, but well worth the short walk and the 5 Euro charge.
Breakfast slightly disappointing, but the 16 Euros each may have had something to do with my disappointment.
Traveller from Kent
Located in the heart of Poitiers, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Palais de Justice and Notre Dame La Grande. Place …More
The facilities were generally good, however, the television would not work (couldn't change channels) and switched itself on on the middle of the night- very annoying. It was only possible to open one side of the double doors onto the balcony, the blind would not close fully, and the curtains could not easily be closed. The hotel does not offer any parking, which is an issue during holiday periods (other hotels in the area do offer parking) when the on street parking is at a premium.
Traveller from UK
Located in Pontaillac, this beachfront hotel is in the city center and within 1 mi (2 km) of Pontaillac Beach and Royan …More
We visited Saintes on the way south many years ago and thought it worth a further look. We enjoyed our return look at it but the Campanile is a fair evening stroll into Saintes and unfortunately it was Monday and we couldn't find a restaurant open in the centre. Nevertheless, we enjoyed our visit looking at the architecture, amphi-theatre and the Roman arch as well as the river.
The Campanile is very handy for the big hypermarket across the road and we were able to get cheap petrol, water and picnic necessities there for our journey south.
Our welcome wasn't the best as they didn't have any record of our pre-paid Expedia booking😧 but with persistence it was sorted out and the rest of the visit was good.
Traveller from Manchester
Situated in Saintes, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Saintes Amphitheatre, Saint-Eutrope Church, and Arch of Germanicus …More