We stayed here for 2 nights in ealy July. The hotel is a good value for the money. The room was clean and nicely decorated. I do not recommend breakfast- it was 12E per person for some bread and croissants; if you don't want it, be sure to tell them. We had it the first day and didn't ask for it on the second day, but when we tried to leave in the morning without having breakfast they told us they would charge us regardless and so we had to shell out another 24E. The owner also was not happy (and let us know it) when we arrived at 10:30pm to check in.
It looked like they serve a nice dinner, but we didn't have a chance to try it. They also had a nice looking pool. You can pay to park in their lot, or park a block away in the town for free. A car is necessary for this hotel.
We wanted to use it as a jumping off point to visit St. Tropez, since St. Tropez is very expensive. We did indeed visit St. Tropez for a day, but be warned- the road to St. Tropez is very narrow and windy, and will take a year off of your life!
The town of Collobrières is very cute and charming, with 2-3 shops of local goods and a few restuarants. The country side around the town looks nice for hiking.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Notre Dame ***. On the edge of cobbled Collobrières, with wonderful views of the Massif des Maures, is a 18th-century staging post, a delicious modern hotel. Its inspired creators, Nili and Olivier – émigrés from the worlds of fashion and wine – speak several languages, embrace all nationalities and love what they do. They have named each bedroom after a precious stone – saphire, jade, coral – and guests, on booking, are encouraged to pick the colour of their choice. Imagine cool floor tiles, glowing paintings, thick cream curtains, repro Louis XIV tables, bright mosaic’d showers and beautiful stone ceilings washed in white. The Pearl Suite has three windows and is full of light, and some rooms have divans that double up as child beds (families are welcomed with open arms). Outside are a lovely tranquil terrace and an eco-friendly pool, fenced and safe for children. As for the food, there are four different kinds of breakfast – from Scandinavian to continental – served until late, the best ingredients at dinner, and wines from the famous bio vineyards of Correns. What to discover? The palms and sands of Le Lavandou! ... more less
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