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Avaliou em 15 de Novembro de 2018
The room was not well lit, tiny shower, toilet in a tiny room, single bed that even my Frenchie found uncomfortable to sleep on and wifi didnt work. Breakfast was no better with a burnt omelette that the guy pretended he didnt understand what was wrong with the black charcoal! Wouldnt recommend
Avaliou em 19 de Julho de 2016
This is a lovely small-medium size hotel with a large, formal restaurant with excellent food and ambiance. The owners are a husband and wife team, both of whom are cordial and helpful. The husband is also the chef. The room was a nice size - not big and not small - for two people, twin beds. Nicely appointed throughout in a traditional, kind of woodsy way and the bathroom was recently updated and nicely appointed. No facial tissues. We stayed one night and had dinner at the hotel. Point of interest - there is a monument quite near the hotel that was dedicated in 2014 to the the liberation of Seingbouse by 80th "Blue Ridge" Division of Patton's 3rd Army during WWII. Another point of interest - this was the first place I had encountered a baguette dispensing machine. It was next to the hotel. I asked a woman who was approaching the machine if I could watch her use it. She put in 2 Euro and within about a minute or so, the machine "popped" out a baguette loaf, heated, along with a bag for carrying. It's a traditional vending machine set up, with a little "bakery" in the form of heating the bread, behind the scenes!!!
Unbelievable..."3 Star" French hotel closing at 21:30 and no night service...Completely abandoned!
Avaliou em 17 de Outubro de 2015
I booked the Hotel through Hotels.com as I needed to sleep half way of a long trip. I discovered later that hotel closes at 21:30 and opens only few hours during the day. This was not written on the booking page! Surely on the confirmation mail that I did not see as I was on trip. However as it got late, cause a delay during my trip from Italy, I tried to call the Hotel several times. Nobody answered and all calls was directed to an answer phone where I left a message several times and they never called me back. I arrived at the hotel and it was all dark, nobody answered the night bell and the hotel looked totally deserted. In synthesis, the hotel charged 45 euros to let me sleep in the car. Now I am asking myself? How is possible that a 3 star hotel closes at 21:30? What happens in case of fire or theft as nobody is there or answers the phone during the night? How is possible that closing hours were not mentioned at booking time? How is possible that they did not call me to inform they were about to close and find an alternative solution to host me? Also, how is possible that the manager of the hotel, when I explained the situation the day after, replied me by saying "It was written in the confirmation and so I do not care, Ciao Bello" and closed brutally the phone? I have to honestly say this is the first time in my life this happens and I am travelling everywhere in the world. Up to you to decide if you really want to book this place! By the way, Mr. Manager, thanks for letting me sleep in the car and cashing my 45 euros (surprisingly collected "silently" 1 week after) without offering any services! Ciao bello!
Convenient pit stop with amazing food. Great value!!!
Avaliou em 22 de Junho de 2014
My wife and I used this hotel as our pit stop driving back home to London from Italy. The hotel is conveniently located about 5km off the A4 motorway. Despite our late arrival, the owners patiently waited on us to enjoy our delicious four course meal from their restaurant. Every course was a surprise in itself and very good wine selection. The rooms are basic but all impeccably clean. You're not paying for a 5 star hotel so for us the sachets of soap, shower gel and shampoo were a really nice touch as you didn't need to empty your case to shower quickly on arrival. We found the linen on the bed very nice and provided us with a restful nights sleep following the long drive. We paid the €8 per person for breakfast the next morning and this was just great. There's nothing better than freshly baked croissants in the morning. This hotel surpassed our expectations so many thanks to the owners.
Motorcycle Holiday The Vosges
Avaliou em 10 de Abril de 2014
A charming hotel holiday base for touring the Vosges region of France. Oliver and his family made us very welcome for three days on our short break touring this area. The food was plenty and better than average, the rooms although a bit dark were comfortable. The meals and room were very reasonably priced. Free parking and lovely surroundings. It is worth paying a visit to the beautiful Lalique museum that has stunning examples of the masters work. There is also a family room available. Well worth a visit!