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All reviews saint sauveur the air conditioning double bed great hotel secure parking tiny village riviere france centre honfleur
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Reviewed 4 June 2018

Would not stay here again. The hotel is advertised as being in Honfleur, but it is actually over 3 k out of town. We were travelling as 2 couple and obviously wanted to head into Honfleur for dinner and a couple of drinks, so we did ot want to drive. Normally we would have walked 3k, except the walk woud have been along a VERY busy road with no sidewalk - even the guy at reception advised against it - so we took a taxi there and back - 15 euro each way, so essentially add that to the price of the room. I guess it would be Ok if you were driving, but there will still be a parking charge in town.

Also, the hotel is listed as B&B, but the breakfast is extra - 10 euros EACH - for a below average toast/croissant etc standard buffet brekky. So with the taxi and brekky, our 70 euro a night (off season) room became a 100 + euro room.

Rooms were OK but small.

  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank Dave451
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

Stayed 1 night to experience the beautiful village of Honfleur. This hotel is not within walking distance but is situated in the lovely tiny village of Riverie St. Saviour which was dead as a dodo on a Saturday night! No restaurant/s open but made do with a hand made to order takeaway pizza. Room too small to swing a cat, no occasional hooks to hang anything, no hair dryer, only minimal toiletries (shower gel dispenser in shower) not enough electrical sockets. Not enough seating in the dining room at breakfast, creating queuing. No utilised outside space except for front car park which was a shame as there was plenty of green opportunity. Must say though, the concierge worked her socks off with a very pleasant aptitude. Would we stay there again?- No.

Room Tip: Room 008 had awful dirty plastic outer covering to the only window.
  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank Finn E
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Reviewed 6 July 2017

My wife and I stayed here on the 2nd and 3rd July 2017. We asked for a ground floor room, and that's what we got, although on the Sunday there were very few staying here. Our room was much pusher than we remember with B&B, so the upgrading is well worth their efforts. Our double room had a king size bed and seemed newly decorated, with walls and ceiling painted a very light grey. The biggest surprise was the remodeled bathroom, with modern walk-in shower which had a large head and plenty of pressure.
Our room No 28 was at the rear of the building, and therefore very quiet, which with the large blackout curtain should have meant a good nights sleep. However the reason for choosing B&B was for the air conditioning (There is a cheaper Premier Classes hotel very near) but try as we may we couldn't convince the Receptionist that is wasn't working. His only comment was "But it's not hot outside". We've had this problem before with B&B, they just won't turn on the air conditioning to save their costs. Then don't advertise this as a facility!!!
My other moan is that the king size bed, although a great improvement, takes up a lot of floor space and room service made up the bed from the side where they didn't have to squeeze along the window wall. This meant that each morning I found myself laying on the bare mattress. I think that the bedding could be larger (as could the towels )
We were not disturbed by the team of workers that were continuing with the renovation.
The front of the property gives the impression that there is more work underway than there is a good thing, but "Kerb Appeal " it doesn't have, looking more like an institution than an Hotel.
The new rooms are an improvement and lifts the Brand a little higher, but don't scrimp on the air conditioning.

Room Tip: Rooms at the rear are quieter.
  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank spock_10
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Reviewed 5 May 2017

An average rating for this hotel as it had a lot of building work going on at the time we stayed, the room was compact but adequate as it was only an overnight pit stop, the breakfast was good and plentiful. Car parking was secured after 2200 by a locked security gate.

Nice for an overnight stop, about a 5 minute drive from Honfleur.

  • Stayed: March 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank Ian S
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Reviewed 1 December 2016

Stuck for somewhere to stay in Honfleur as it seemd to be full when we visited. Room was ok but very hot. We had a family room and our son slept on a Mezzanine floor. Room and bathroom quite tired and in need of a little investment in my opinion. Bed not comfortable at all. Not bad location but need a car to get into Honfleur, which then cost a lot for parking once there.

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled with family
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Thank AnnieG2112
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