The HOTEL AUX TROIS ROSES is a hotel.
Isso mesmo: se acontecer algum imprevisto, você tem a facilidade de cancelar até duas semanas após a sua compra, sem qualquer multa ou cobrança extra.
*Para semanas de feriados será cobrada multa de 50%.
*No dia do check-in ou posterior ao mesmo será cobrada multa de 100%.
*Se você optar pelos créditos para utilizar em futuras viagens, poderá efetuar o cancelamento gratuito (com exceção do dia do check-in e semanas de feriados) até a véspera do check-in - sem qualquer cobrança de multa.
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Terrible service, but brilliant location and nice swimming pool.
The hotel is nicely located in the heart of La Petite Pierre, with walking trails and the forest just next door - where I spotted several species of birds, lizards, rodents and deers. The hotel offers a really nice swimming pool, which was much appreciated. There are free parking spots or your car on the opposite side of the road. The rooms and bathroom were well sized, but the door were very creaky and very strangely the windows had no curtains at all. I´ve never experienced this in an hotel ever. There is no way to block the views from the street in the nighttime, so privacy is terrible. The reception lady was friendly upon check-in, but throughout my stay I felt myself more and more unwelcome..... maybe because I didn’t use their restaurant (or because I spoke english as other reviewers have stated).. The receptionists couldn’t tell me anything about the wildlife in the forests nearby.. however, I found out myself. I also found it a bit strange that it was not possible to buy any snacks like nuts or chips in the evening. There are ups and downs about staying in this hotel. If you´re more lucky than me with the service, and if you can stand no curtains in your room this could be a good stay..
Stayed here for five nights in a twin room (we had to pull the two beds apart!) in late September. The room was spacious with a good amount of storage and a small balcony. The view across the valley, including the old castle, was very impressive and lovely to wake up to every morning. The hotel staff were all very friendly (have written a separate restaurant review - also positive), and there's a nice bar area where people do go and relax with a drink before dinner. There's also a lovely terrace, which I imagine is very popular in the summer though we only got to enjoy a drink on it on our first evening at this time of year Breakfasts were relatively good value for France with a decent choice, especially of breads and pastries. Parking is either street parking outside or up a steep ramp to a public car park across the hotel (note that if you have low ground clearance, coming out of that car park will likely scrape your car). In September we were able to park on the street every time, never more than 30m away from the hotel. The only issue we had was that the hot water in the room/shower was sometimes tepid and on one occasion ice cold. We did report this to the front desk and it seemed ok again later that day.
Nice views and good food
A nice hotel. Public rooms are very nice. The terrace is a little tired. We had a junior suite but the seating area shown in the pictures had another bed instead. The room was adequate. Very good food in the restaurant and a nice breakfast. The staff were not particularly friendly apart from the lady on reception. The village is very busy with heavy traffic. Room at the rear probably best.
Very considerate and accommodating
We traveled with our toddler daughter. The hotel provided us with a two room suite and a cot bed for our little one. Very friendly staff, restaurant is a ‚must‘ for dinner or a drink on the terrace facing valley. It’s clean and comfortable.
Great staff; be careful about the room
Our room faced the road, and was very small (we're both slender, and could barely squeeze past each other). The window had thin partial curtains that blocked no light and offered little privacy; or one could lower metal shutters that shut out air as well as light and noise. We slept with earplugs and sleep masks. The staff was very friendly and helpful, and spoke fair-to-good English.