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Opinión escrita el 13 de Mayo de 2019
Badly finished, untidy room, with filthy jacuzzi but with a splendid seaview over the wonderful Douarnenez bay. I paid far too much for this room. And the reservation was not very easy. I will probably get another apartment like I was doing in former years when sailing in Douarnenez.
Wouldn't come back again
Opinión escrita el 30 de Agosto de 2017
We stayed at this hotel for two nights whilst attending a wedding. The pictures shown on booking.com were misleading, although the hotel are gradually redecorating from the top floor down. Unfortunately we are in one of the rooms that has yet to be redecorated. Having said that the rooms are clean.
On arrival you have to check in at the golden tulip across the road before you can go to your room. The staff are pleasant and speak good English, and the hotel is much better presented than the premiere classe.
The corridor leading to our room smelled of cannabis on our arrival, although this didn't affect our room and it dissipated later on. The room was unbearably hot and so we had to have the window open all night, we are lucky enough to have a fan in our room, others in our party are not.
The hairdryers in the rooms leave a little to be desired, they are reminiscent of swimming pool hair dryers, with more burning heat than power, I would suggest you bring your own. The shower is ok but could do with a wider screen or shower curtain, to stop most of the bathroom floor from getting wet! Unfortunately our bath had rust stains around the plug hole.
The breakfast is €7 with tea, coffee and cold options. The orange juice and apple juice ran out and there was no one around to replenish it until after the breakfast was finished being served.
All in all, a clean but run down hotel. Stay in the golden tulip instead.
Gradually transforming to a Premiere Classe
Opinión escrita el 19 de Julio de 2017
We have visited this hotel over the past few years and have seen the transformation from Best Western to Premiere Classe. If you read older reviews they will be out of date, as the facilities have changed. We like - the small town and beach, the comfortable bed. Not so keen on - baths replaced by showers, road noisy through night with loud people , delivery vehicles etc, breakfast not always supervised so things run out. There used to be free access to the spa, but now you have to pay. The photo of restaurant in garden is no longer up to date - just a breakfast bar, no restaurant any more, although the sister hotel across the road has a restaurant. Small parking area with tiny spaces. The car park across the road that used to be available is now only for the hotel across the road. Check in across the road. We were comfortable in the room, but didn't sleep well because of the noise.
Thalasso not international
Opinión escrita el 2 de Julio de 2017
No english language at all. There were no explanations for the sessions possible. It was not clear which sport sessions could be attended. For some activities in the pool extra charges were applied. The toilet at the pool was dirty, the yacuzzis not warm enough.
The employees were very friendly.
Avoid this dreadful building site of an hotel!
Opinión escrita el 17 de Junio de 2017
Front doors closed and sealed with what looked like crime scene tape. No reception so had to go to hotel opposite. Embarrassed to check in as the building was such a dump, but we had already paid! The stairway was filthy (photos available) and the lift bouncy and scary to say the least, so we only used it once. Reception area was closed and presumably being refurbed, with plaster hanging off the wall and holes in the ceiling. No signs to indicate this or apologies for the inconvenience or mess! Booked with Hotels.com and it was described as 3 star with air con. The sign outside said 2star and the room was very hot as it was 32 degrees outside. No hint of there ever having been air con. The one redeeming feature was that we had a tiny balcony and could open the double doors to cool the room. Fortunately we had not paid for breakfast as we could not have brought ourselves to eat in this scruffy building with doubtful hygiene standards. We are very seasoned travellers all over the world and have stayed in other Premiere Classe hotels for overnight stays on our journeys through France. We were seduced by the photos on Hotels.com because the building was clearly not built as a Premiere Classe and looked very inviting. We could not have been more wrong. I guess Hotels.com is fed up with complaints as I note it says the hotel has no availability any more. At least that should stop others from having such an awful experience.