Smart and convenient
Reviewed 13 July, 2019
It’s fair to say that Tourcoing isn’t exactly a hotbed of tourism, but it was the departure point for our early morning Ouigo train to Montpellier, so we needed to stay somewhere nearby.
This hotel was less than 10 minutes’ walk from the station, and 5 minutes’ walk from the town centre & shopping centre, so fitted the bill perfectly.
Sharply priced, and including a decent breakfast, the hotel is quite modern. While our room wasn’t huge, it did the trick for an overnight stay and the staff were helpful when dropping off our bags and checking in.
We’d happily stay here again.
Dining tip - Basilico & Co in the town centre proved a surprisingly lively choice on a Wednesday evening, with excellent pasta and pizzas and friendly staff.
Reviewed 16 April, 2019
Stayed in a family room for 3 nights for Paris Roubaix weekend.
No problems at all with the stay; the room was spotlessly clean and the beds were very comfortable. No shortage of hot water or towels in the bathroom,
All the staff we met were polite, friendly and helpful - thank you to all of them.
There's no parking at the hotel, but there is inexpensive secure parking just over the road in the St Christophe centre.
The tram station is very close, with regular connections straight into Lille, and for Paris Roubaix it's just over 5km to the Velodrome.
Should be a 3 star rating.
Reviewed 15 April, 2019
The hotel has a basic feel, but it is very clean and everything you need is there.
The staff were very friendly and helpful. Pointing out some nice restaurants we could visit. They also spoke very good English.
We staying in a family room, which was spacious with simple decor that was clean and well maintained. The shower was excellent, hot and powerful!
Check in process was done. Is a computer, with easy to follow instructions.
I would definitely recommend staying here.
OK for an overnight stay
Reviewed 22 January, 2018
Clean and simple hotel with an impersonable atmosphere. Reception was fast and efficient - they replace her with automatic check-in after 10 pm. There is no hotel parking but you can pay for underground parking across the road or park 100 meters away in the free public parking. Breakfast was an all-you-can-eat affair for 6 Euros - I could not find tea, just hot chocolate and coffee. The room walls are thin and so you need to count on the civil behaviour of your neighbours.
My room was clean and simple. One tip: the room doors are locked with a code. If you leave your room, do not forget your code (or your glasses.)
Overall, I slept well here which, I suppose, that is the ultimate purpose of the place.
The worst hotel I have stayed in
Reviewed 1 August, 2017
2 coach loads booked through Newmarket. The dining room only catered for about 40 poeple, only 2 serving could,nt get utensils such as plates ,knifes, more often than not no meat ,bread, tea , juice available, couldn't, t Get a table 2 out of 3 days, in the end took it up to my bedroom.
The staff were very rude on several occasions. The bar was not opened in the evening you couldn't, t even get a cup of tea.
The lift only catered for 2, waited 30 minutes to get my luggage to the room on the first night.
There were health and safety issues such as 2 wheel chairs at the bottom of the main staircase for the 3 days I was there, a definite hazard in case of fire.
The bedroom was small making it difficult to get out of bed as it was just 8 inches from the wall.
Definitely not a 3 star hotel and would never stay here again