Comfortable stay in mid June, so not so busy. Nice pool and sun deck, with ample shading for those with fairer skins.
Bedroom clean and tidy, with good aircon. Buffet breakfast adequate, but cheaper options available for those on budget. Private car-park and room-safe available both requiring 20 euro deposit each for keys.
Steve from UK
The Hotel Plage Des Pins Allée Des Pins is a 3-star hotel in Argelès-sur-Mer , ideally located on the seafront just steps …More
On arriving at the hotel we received a very warm welcome and everything wax explained to us about the times of breakfast and entry to the hotel after hours. We were then shown the spa facilities and taken to our room which was lovely as we over looked the pool and the pyrenees. We didnt have beach towels with us but no need to worry as the hotel loan them to you which was a pleasant surprise.
The pool was amazing as it looks just like it does on the website and it was heated, the grounds are also nicely done and are well kept with palm trees and colourful shrubs.
Our room although a little small expecially the toilet was extremely clean and well equipped and I loved the fact that they supply you with white robes to wear and fit flops if you book for the spa.
The spa area was so relaxing with a huge jacuzzi indoors and a jacuzzi outdoors I just wish I was there longer to use it more.
Our stay was so relaxing and I couldnt fault anything, we wanted to stay another night but unfortunately they were fulled booked. If we decide to visit the area again I will certainly be booking again.
Kaz from Manchester
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The Auberge du Roua was a delightful and unique surprise, a 17th-century stone farmhouse remodeled into a small luxury hotel on the outskirts of the family beach resort Argeles sur Mer. To be perfectly candid, I chose this place from the Expedia website based mainly on the inviting photo of a small swimming pool surrounded by patio and palm trees. The grounds were really far more beautiful than the photo suggested, and the pool and shaded lounge chairs a peaceful respite from the crowded, go-go atmosphere of a Mediterranean beach resort in August. We enjoyed our strolls around nearby country lanes lined with vineyards. The architecture is stunning, inside and out. The multi-lingual staff could not have been more gracious and accommodating. The hotel is famous for its upscale restaurant, with many awards from gourmet organizations. We dined there twice, and indeed, every bite was amazing to taste -- and eye candy to behold! "Quiet" is the word that most comes to mind about the Auberge, although in truth there was a busy highway just beyond the trees -- the white noise did not bother us, but I did want to mention it. Also, you reach the property by a convoluted route through the narrow streets of Argeles village ... under the highway, under the railroad tracks, beyond the beautiful historic cemetery ... but in retrospect that was all part of the charm. Once you find La Gare (railroad station) there are signs leading the way to the Auberge. When you get there, it's worth it!
Donia from Albuquerque, NM, USA
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We arrived at Hotel Les Mimosas for 2 nights at the end of a 2 week holiday and we were made to feel very welcome. The room was spotlessly clean and the beds are very comfortable. We had a family room with a double and a bunk bed and an extra cot mattress was provided for our youngest. For a 2 star hotel it exceeded our expectations by a long way. This is the first season for the new owners Nathalie and Remi and they have renovated the downstairs beautifully. They are lovely people and run the hotel very efficiently. We hope to return and would definitely recommend it.
Katie from London
Situated close to the Spanish border, Les Mismosas is a budget hotel Argelès-sur-Mer, Southern France . The hotel lies in a …More