We enjoyed our recent short stay at the Best Western Balmoral Hotel in Saint-Malo. The bedroom furnishings and en-suite facilities were excellent.
The staff were very friendly, helpful and spoke very good English.
Steven from Channel Islands
Located in the heart of Saint Malo, near the historic center Intra-Muros and the beach, in the new district station, the Best …More
Firstly let me just start by saying that Binic is a great place to visit and the hotel is in a great location. The room itself was ok, we stayed in a superior room which was fairly comfortable however there is very little space to move around and there was not a lot of wardrobe space, our room was overlooking the marina but was marred by the unsightly overlook onto the adjacent roof, I have attached a picture so that you can make your own minds up. I've thought long and hard about how I should review this hotel as the service really left a bad impression to be honest. We asked about breakfast after reading the sign that said it was available until 10:30, the receptionist said no it was only until 10 even after we directed her to the sign, picture of which is attached. The breakfast itself was good. We also asked if we could have more milk in the room, again the receptionist was abrupt ( and I'm being kind here ) explaining that she was on her own. The milk did appear in our room later. The only thing the receptionist did seem to have time for was her regular cigarette breaks which appeared to be outside the lobby. I have no problem myself with this as I am a smoker myself, what I do object to is being told that you are too busy to fulfil the needs of your guests but can find time to have one of numerous cigarette breaks and leave the reception desk. I have stayed in a great deal of Best Western hotels in France because of their standard and for the exceptional service.
Coz from jersey
Located in the heart of Binic, this hotel is near the beach and within walking distance of Binic Beach and Beach of …More
We stayed for a couple of nights in August 2013. The hotel is located at the end of the peninsular, next to the embarkation point for the ferries to Isle de Brehat. 180 degree sea views. The rooms are named after coastal cities. We stayed in a room called Dubai, which is a roof room, with a sea view, but through a very small window! Room was pleasant enough. En suite shower room. Friendly, attentive staff. Restaurant serves very good food, but on the pricey side. Had a good weekend, enjoyed the hotel, but it was expensive, and I don't think I'd rush back.
mark from Guernsey
The BEST WESTERN PLUS Les Terrasses de Brehat, built in an amazing setting between pink rocks, will reveal the beauty and the …More