Ratings based on 1 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.0 out of 5
5.0 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
2.0 Room comfort
5.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
3 out of 5
for Everyone
by Annie from Washington DC

Hotel with potential

Posted Aug 15, 2012
Pros: The hotel is very clean; the bathroom is modern and spacious; sanitaries work well. Beds are comfortable. Good breakfasts.
Cons: Room furnishing is basic and even spartan. Literally no space to put away your clothing for long stays (no chests and only one shelf in the closet).
Location: Location on the Rhuys peninsula is good.
The hotel is rather new and functional in appearance. It is well located on the Rhuys Peninsula in a quiet small village. The view from the hotel is non descriptive but flower beds and a small garden make it pleasant. The hotel is extremely clean. Rooms are large enough and the bathroom (shower) is modern, spacious and sanitaries work well. Some rooms are lucky to have a little terrace with furmiture. Management and staff are friendly, caring and ready to please anyway they can. Breakfasts are delicious. My only regret is the room furnishings. Furniture is quite spartan for a 3* hotel: our room was a twin room and we were only entitled to one chair (no armchair), a table and 2 small side bed tables (no drawers). There was no chest of drawers to put away your clothing (we were there for 6 nights) and the small closet had only one shelf located on top or the hanging space, thus too small for 2 and too high to reach for short people. Upon my complaints, one chair and a small bookshelf were added to our room to help us out but I did mention that the furnishings was not up to standard for a 3* vacation hotel (it would be appropriate if you book short 2/3 night stays and live out of your suitcase). If management was ready to add a little more comfort to the rooms, it would be a very good hotel.