Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby Jane from Bath, UK
Very helpful staffPosted Sep 3, 2013
Pros: Large comfortable family room with balcony overlooking square; traditional French style and close to city highlights. Easy access from motorway
Cons: Give correct opening time on website
Location: Lovely walk around city with cathedral, botanical gardens, river, Hotel de Ville and shops all in easy walking distance.
Clean, pleasant family room with balcony overlooking square. Check arrival time as we arrived at 3 but reception wasn't open but called the phone number and a very helpful receptionist arrived 5 minutes later and offered map, directions to best parts of city to visit and excellent restaurant recommendation. Escorted us to secure garage 2 minutes from hotel although on street parking outside available.
for Personal Eventby Merlin from London
Interesting old hotel near the railway stationPosted Aug 6, 2013 on Hotels.com
A interesting old hotel with slightly faded charms including a large collection of early phonographs and related prints. The location is good for the town centre and the railway station but it was a bit noisy on a summer weekend with the balcony windows open. Staff were friendly and helpful and the breakfast was adequate. The free wi-fi was quite weak from my second floor location and there is no lift.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Warwickshire
Handy for town centre overnight.Posted Jul 16, 2013
Good location. Average hotel. Would not want to stay too long. Good value for money.
for Couplesby S Carr
Very CentralPosted Sep 25, 2012 on Hotels.com
Great location you can walk to most places of interest and very local for the Town Centre and shops etc. Hotel has lots of character and the staff are friendly and speak English. Remember your phrase book as the older locals get very petulant and even rude if you can not speak French. Most of the local restaurants are very good value. Bars are far and few if you fancy a pint (needs prior research) but mostly run by younger people who speak English and are friendly. Seems to be plenty of nightlife also being a University town. Beware the miserable snobs….
for Everyoneby Emma from London, UK
Great little hotelPosted May 29, 2012
A sweet little hotel, not too far from the centre and fairly close to the railway station. It's quite old-fashioned inside, but my room was large and comfortable. The staff are lovely and really helpful, which makes this place a better choice than a chain.
for Business Travelersby Carl D
Hotel De La PaixPosted Apr 18, 2012 on Hotels.com
Hotel De La Paix, I would say, is a fairly typical older European 2 star hotel-- it's centrally located, run by very nice folks, but has a bit of a musty smell, and the floors sag a bit-- but it's great!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Essex UK
Hotel de la Paix Limoges -September 2011Posted Sep 18, 2011 on Hotels.com
Very friendly and helpful. Clean and quirky. We had a very large room on the 1st floor at the rear of the hotel overlooking the road behind. Bath/shower and toilet in one ante room, washbasin and bidet in another. The only drawback was the road behind - traffic not a nuisance but the unloading to a small supermarket in the early hours was.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Sunderland
Hotel de la Prix-LimogesPosted Sep 4, 2011 on Hotels.com
A lovely easy to find hotel in the centre of Limoges. We stopped here on route to the Loire Valley. Friendly and helpful staff checked us in quickly, to a family room as requested. The room was spacious, clean and tidy will all amenitites that we required. Supermarket was just across the road from hotel, so was handy to pick up juice etc. Arrived around 6pm, and there was ample parking outside hotel which was free from 6pm-9am next morning.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Fort Worth, TX
The only disadvantage is location.Posted Aug 14, 2011 on Hotels.com
This hotel is through a beautiful mountain pass, and we had to stop and ask directions. Once in the village of Levens it is easy to find. The staff is very helpful, and the restaurant is good. The rooms are old style country French from the past and are well kept and comfortable. The price is fair considering how close it is to the Riviera. Family owned and operated. Safe, free parking.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Hotel in the centre of the townPosted Jul 16, 2011 on Hotels.com
the hotel was a low budget 2 star that was perfect both in price + location , the staff were very polite + helpful + would stay here again.