We stayed one night at this hotel in Millau. Very centrally situated within easy walking distance of the city centre. The staff were very friendly and helpful on arrival and, indeed, throughout our short stay. The reception/breakfast area looked a little shabby but the restaurant was very nicely decorated and tables well laid for dinner. Our bedroom however, whilst on the small side was comfortable but the bathroom was a little cubbyhole in the corner. There was no air con either in the bedroom and it looked out over the busy street so was quite noisy at night, especially as we had to have the window open to let in some fresh air. The worst thing about it was that it was on the top floor and along long dark corridors. No lift and no porter to help us carry our bags!! I have a health problem so cannot carry anything too heavy so my poor 71 year old husband had to stagger up two flights of stairs with all the baggage. Admittedly the receptionist did offer to help but since she looked like a puff of wind would blow her over, we didn't have the heart to take her up on her kind offer! A salutary lesson learned there, next time ask for a room downstairs... The breakfast was disappointing for the price, cereal, juice and bread - no croissants even. The reception staff were very helpful and reserved a trip for us and advised on timing, best routes etc, so no complaints there. The dinner menu looked fine but we decided to eat in the old town as we wanted to explore. Would probably not pay a return visit as there are plenty of other hotels nearby to try out but did like the town and the general area is beautiful with lots of places to visit, so for one or two nights would recommend this hotel as a base only, but don't expect five star facilities.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Herve and Sandrine Bougnol will be very happy to welcome you in their hotel-restaurant on the moors, situated 5 minutes away from the center of Millau, at the gateway of the Gorges du Tarn and in the heart of the regional park of the Grands Causses. Millau, a town of leather: clothes, gloves, fine leather goods and crafts. The town is surrounded by vast open country spaces where sheep graze and their milk produces Roquefort cheese. A starting point for many excursions, natural sites including the Gorges du Tarn, the Dourbie and the Jonte rivers, Montpellier le vieux, the moor-lands, Aven Armand, Dargilan and Bramabiau caves. Cultural visits to the museum in Millau, the Graufesenque, the Couvertoirade, the Roquefort caves, Noria, Micropolis and so much more, as well as tourist circuits. And let's not forget the Viaduct of Millau! We wish you a very pleasant stay. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Des Causses Millau, France - Aveyron