Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 out of 5
4.3 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
3.7 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Jakob from Arizona

Fascinating place,,

Posted Aug 30, 2013
Pros: although i did not eat Breakfast, it is as i have seen a better that average Breakfast with good selection of food.
Cons: Internet Connection is Free in the Lobby and in the Rooms but not all rooms connect to it due to a poor System.
Location: Location is very good, in the Middle of the area, A rental Car is a MUST,,,
My primary stay at Cap D'agde was for the visit to the Naturist Village, Information about it is available on the Internet. The Hotel is 5 Minutes drive from the Village and a Rental car would be the only proper way to go when visiting the area. Closest Airport is Montpellier which is about one and a half hour Drive from Cap D'agde. Although the entire area there is nice, One has no need to Visit Cap D'agde for any reason other then spending time in the Naturist Village which is an incredible experience. The best time to visit would be in August which is also the busiest time and the most expensive time to be there however it is then when you get the full benefit of the place with all interesting People around you. Gil the France is a 2 Star Hotel, it is clean, friendly and fits the basic need of a stay. When going to the Naturist Village there is an Entry Fee into the Village. it is best to get a pass for the number of days you intend to be there and not buy one every day. It will be much cheaper as well.
4 out of 5
Recommended
by Scott from US

Good value and location

Posted Jun 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
Our stay at Gil de France was enjoyable and relaxing. The heated pool was the perfect refuge from the unseasonably cool and windy weather we experienced in mid-May. We did go to several nearby beaches to enjoy the sun and restaurants, and each was less than a kilometer away. The port area is also nearby. The breakfast was fresh and plentiful, with the croissant/juice/coffee/fruit/yogurt supplemented with pain au chocolat if you were early enough. The staff was consistently pleasant and helpful. The only negative note was the hotel restaurant: it is not worth a visit. We decided to eat in the restaurant our first night at the hotel, and the food was tasteless and barely edible. If you want a simple, reasonable meal, you're better off going a kilometer or less to one of several restaurants serving Itlisn food or mussels.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Mags from Galashiels

We would certainly visit again.

Posted Aug 28, 2012
Pros: lovely pool, great restaurant, comfortable, welcoming staff.
Cons: could get noisy outside with passersby
Location: within walking distance of beaches, restaurants and main theme parks
My husband and I stayed at Gil De France for eleven nights in August 2012. The hotel suited us well; there is a lovely little pool, a great restaurant (I recommend the Cafe Gourmande as a dessert!) and bar. The staff are friendly, helpful and welcoming. And Leon the parrot gives you a warm welcome too. The hotel is a short walk from Aqualand and the The Isle de Loisirs theme park - so great for families. Beaches are also within walking distance. A slightly longer walk (half hour) will get you along to the port area which is buzzing with shops, restaurants and luxury yachts! Our room was comfortable and very clean, but a bit on the small size, I'd probably upgrade to a 'superior' room next time. The shower was great! The hotel is in a quiet area, but could be noisy at night as people walked past on their way home from the night clubs and bars. (Just to be clear, it was JUST noise, no trouble of any sort.) We would certainly visit again.