On the plus side, this hotel is very central, inexpensive (we paid €73 for a balcony room, without breakfast) and it has baths - a good long soak was just what was needed after a day's cycling. However, there was a smell of mould/damp about the place, possibly resulting from the leaking flat roof over the dining room that was in the process of being repaired. As others have said, the bathrooms are dated and "tired", as is much of the decor. I don't think you'd want to stay here for any longer than a night or two at most.
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- The Palmyr Hotel is located in the heart of a pine forest, close to the immense beaches of France's wild coast. All the delights of water-based activities, fine seafood and local dishes. ... more less
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