This is a good hotel for a 2 to 3 day stay. The food is good, the wine list is extensive, the staff are helpful but do not speak much English (why should they it is in France) and the accommodation is very satisfactory. However, watch out for room 60. It is a double room with all the usual bells and whistles but also with a constant background hum from the power plant below. We lived with it for 3 nights - we were too idle to ask for another room but avoid it if you have the opportunity.
Finally, given the £ euro exchange rate it is expensive at 150 euro per night without breakfast.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking