Reviewed 6 September, 2019
If you are fortunate enough to get room 42 you'll have a great stay. Beautiful room, lovely big windows, great shower, comfy bed. Near town, near the station. Parking on street for free. Lovely helpful staff. Really quiet. Loved it. Downside, breakfast wasn't great for the money, a couple if slices of ham, not each, all that was there, and a couple of pieces of cheese. Couldn't use the coffee machine but the receptionist made us coffee in the bar. All in all though, great stay.
It was ok
Reviewed 22 September, 2018
The hotel is small, but nice. The rooms are a bit small and the staff didn't speak English (a bit odd if you are working with tourists). Nice location, in front of the railway station and near the city centre. It was a bit loud at night,because it is in front of the only bar opened on a Saturday night in the whole city (seriously Beauvais?). We had a problem with the shower, but i dont want to base my review on that isolated matter. Overall, it was good for just one night.
Provincial UK circa 1970 but noisier
Reviewed 28 May, 2017
Independent hotels are becoming extinct as the hotel chains sweep all before them. The Accor group dominates the market in France and this sort of hotel is one the reasons why. This is basic accommodation of the sort that can be found in UK seaside towns that had had their heyday and were decaying in the 1970s. It is easy to find and conveniently located next to the station......and a very loud source of music until the small hours. The absence of functioning air con means that you have to leave the window open so you too can dance the night away in your bedroom. Friendly staff.
Everything you need for a short stay and very conveniently located
Reviewed 1 May, 2017
We visited Beauvais in a large group (over 20 of us) and the hotel looked after us all very well. The rooms had all the facilities you would expect, nice bathroom, comfortable beds, large flat-screen tv etc. A good selection for the inclusive buffet breakfast with hot food as well as cereals, fruit, cheeses, cold meats and teas, coffee and juices. Nice location too, opposite the train station and a small park and a short walk from the main square where there is a great food market.
Reviewed 20 March, 2017
Small but tidy rooms with lino floor (in the room I was in). Decent bathroom and hot shower, poor towels (thin and smaller than average). Bed was ok, comfortable but low. Pillows were poor quality (as is expected at this end of the hotel price range). Food choices on site are poor (really poor) and expensive for what they are (basic snacks) but there is a restaurant across the road with an "interesting" menu. It is opposite the railway station but, for a side facing room (facing the small park) there is virtually no train noise. Free Wi-Fi was good with a strong signal all round the building.
Okay for a night or two (at most). I'd want somewhere a little more central with a better choice of facilities if I was staying longer.