Very small room but kind of cute really. The bathroom is one of those pre-fab all-in-one assembled units which reminds one of a mobile home. At first the shower drain was slow and therefore the entire bathroom unit flooded, but the housekeeping took care of that and then it was fine. I had to put my stuff up on a high shelf just to be able to move around the room, and since there was no stool, I had to use the plastic wicker-look chair as a step stool, carefully, and fortunately, it did not break under my weight. I was glad I was just one person because the (lowest price) room really was tiny and I did have a lot of luggage. Also, the hotel doesn't provide "beach towels" per se, but gladly gives you an extra bath towel to take to the beach, when you ask. The breakfast is the usual French breakfast, which doesn't do it for me (I need eggs!) but is no different from anywhere else in France, but since there is nowhere super close by to get decent coffee, it was nice to have. WiFi was fast and free, in the room, with registration/log in. As for the location, once I figured out the charming, adorable solar-powered Bus du Mer (a ferry--only 1 Euro 30 cents) to the old port and tourist area, every half hour until midnight during July, I was happy. Had to bring my camera along for that. Otherwise, the location is pretty isolated except for the nice beach at Les Minimes. As for the beach, it is only nice when it is high tide, otherwise, the entire beach empties out to become a rocky bowl of hazards. When it is high tide, it gets nice and deep fast, but the water is very calm with various gentle currents and cold and warm patches. There are no umbrellas to rent but there are umbrellas for sale. It was nice not to have the tyranny of the umbrella renters like on so many more popular beaches in the world. Also, no hawkers. However, I wasn't terribly impressed with the beach restaurants, the bars, and lone convenience store in the area (Be sure to buy plenty of bottled water. The tap water is horrible!). Fortunately, the nearby Bus du Mer takes one where there are all sorts of options in the lovely old port, and fun too. The Les Minimes beach is adjacent to a lovely park by the sea, which also works for suntanning, but without the sand, nice. It was nice being the only American around. There was a smattering of British, but mostly all French sailboat types. The beach is next to the largest marina in France. Lots of pretty sailboats on the water and only a couple of annoying motor crafts. Water is fine, I saw quite a few fish swimming around.
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