Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Myrna
Good place to stay if you are driving your a vehicPosted Jun 4, 2014
Location: The Chaateau and the Rstaurant du Chateau are within walking distance
The hoteli orhe overall was very pleasant, the staff very courteous, the only trouble was the hotel location when you are not driving your own vehicle is that after 7:00 pm you can not get to the town of Roccamadour or viceversa, as the only way to get to it is by an elevator tht closes at ,7:00 pm.
Recommendedby cc from california
C'est Parfait!Posted Dec 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
The owners were wonderful and went out of their way to ensure that I had a wonderful escape. November everything in pretty much closed, so it was a perfect break from reality. The hotel location is perfect and beautiful and serene.
for Everyoneby Malcolm from Scotland
A good hotel with some limitationsPosted Mar 29, 2013
A modern and pleasant hotel. Only room and breakfast are provided. Breakfast was a typical continental breakfast, but a good selection of food was available and well presented. The room was compact, but with full en-suite facilities. It was a pity that there were no comfortable chairs, but there was a lounge that guests could use. We were staying in March, and not a lot was open in Rocamadour, but it was possible to find an evening meal in other places. Hot drinks were available when reception was open, but not when it was closed. There should be facilities for guests to access hot drinks when reception was closed. We found it a good place to stay and would have no hesitation recommending it to others, despite the limitations mentioned.
for Couplesby Julie from Australia
A Tranquil OasisPosted Sep 16, 2012
Pros: The proximity to tourist spots while still being quiet and tranquil.
Location: Rocamadour is a historic mediaeval town build into a steep cliff face. Churches, shops, and restaurants are all interesting to explore.
This hotel is a quiet tranquil oasis in the midst of the tourist hustle of Rocamadour. Surrounded by shady trees, it is only minutes to walk to the village, to the vista points, or to the access paths down the rock face. The hotel decor is stylish and relaxing, the rooms comfortable and spotless, the breakfast has a wide choice of food. This is an ideal spot for sightseeing, or for just sitting and relaxing.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Great position, staff not very welcomingPosted Jul 18, 2011 on Hotels.com
The hotel is in the ideal position to explore Rocamadour as the ground lead directly to the paths down the cliffs. Very clean and organised but staff rather up - tight. A good place to stay and reasonable price for the position.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Edmonton, Alberta
Satisfied VisitorsPosted Jun 9, 2010
THis hotel is modern and located in a wonderful park setting just a few minutes walk away from the center of town. At the time we were there there was a cheese festival on. The hotel was full as was the town of Rocamadour but you would never know it by how quiet the hotel and the surroundings were. Although it is a newer hotel it feels more like an inn. The manager (lady who seems to do everything) was very pleasant and accomodating with our requests. The rooms were comfortable. Just never enough pillows! The breakfast was the best we had in our entire two and a half weeks in France. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
for Couplesby Andrew from Redhill, UK
Excellent - a super choicePosted May 22, 2010
This hotel is contemporary in design and layout, but certainly not lacking in comforts. Beautiful decoration in natural colours with quality accessories. The welcome was warm and friendly and we were shown to our room. Free internet, lots of guides and questions answered by the staff made it an 'easy' stay. There is good car parking but no lift we could see, although I am sure help with cases would be offered. A good buffet breakfast is available, if a little pricey, but no evening dining room so you will need to eat in the town (5 mins drive, 10 mins walk down a twisty hill with fantastic views). Although this hotel is not in town it really is very close, and infact probably better for being slightly outside as the one main street in Rocamadour is very touristy - certainly best seen in the evening. Highly recomended, and having seen the other hotels I would say one of the better opions.