Ratings based on 11 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby Elaine from London
Comfortable HotelPosted May 26, 2014
Pros: Excellent location. Comfortable room with seating area and tea/coffee making facilities. Excellent restaurant on site.
Location: Visit WW1 sites on the Somme.
We used this hotel as a base while visiting WW1 sites.
Recommendedby harry from uk
very friendlyPosted Feb 24, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby brian from Sydney, Australia
Comfortable hotel close to the battlefieldsPosted Feb 17, 2014
We found the staff very accommodating and helpful. The room was spotless and a very reasonable size. It's a great spot to base a battlefield tour of the Somme.
for Familiesby I G from London
Lovely family run hotelPosted Dec 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
My wife and I stayed overnight and had dinner in the excellent restaurant which was also very popular with locals. The room was comfortable clean and quiet and the local dishes at dinner excellent. The service was excellent. We would definitely stay there again.
for Familiesby Eleanor
Adequate for our needsPosted Jun 27, 2012 on Hotels.com
This hotel was quite good, although there was no fridge in the room and it was a little noisy from the restaurant below. Also the bed was quite hard. We didn't realise until too late thy the restaurant is rated very highly which was a shame as there wasn't much else around town. (there is a nice looking cafe next door but they were extremely rude not even giving us a menu). The brekky was quite good; standard French brekky and overall good value for money.
by Fi from Edinburgh
A bit of a let downPosted Jun 26, 2012
Pros: Good location in the town centre
Cons: Fixtures and fittings
Location: Good central location in Albert, good for visiting WW1 sites
The hotel IS a two star, so maybe I shouldn't have been expecting too much, but the size of the room was disappointing. If I stayed again I would ask for room number one, which had a double bed but more floor space. The shower was good, the tv and wi-fi were good, the staff were very friendly and the buffet breakfast was certainly adequate, but I feel the hotel has sacrificed number of rooms for quality. There was no sound isulation between my room and the one next door. Luckily the occupant was very quiet, but it still sounded as though he was in my room when he put his key in the door. There is no lift and the stairs would be difficult to negotiate, with a case, for anyone not 'fit'.
We Loved This HotelPosted May 19, 2012 on Hotels.com
We loved our entire visit to Albert, France. If you are in any way interested in the First World War, check out this town and stay at this hotel. It is not fancy, but quite comfortable, and the hospitality and the restaurant were oustanding. We had dinner, breakfast, and lunch, and all were first rate. It is just a short walk from the train station and extremely close to all the main sights (church, museum, park, etc.)
for Everyoneby John from Scotland, UK
3 day break at AlbertPosted May 9, 2012
Pros: Staff and food
Cons: Stairs to bedroom located on 3rd floor - not too easy to climb with heavy suitcases.
Location: Albert WW1 museum is less than 100m walk from hotel. Car parking facilities at the hotel and throughout the town are ample and free.
Very well run family hotel with English speaking staff all very welcoming, friendly, and willing to offer assistance and advice when required. Hotel is located in the centre of the town and front rooms have a superb view of the Basillica cathedral opposite.Would book hotel again if planning another visit to area.
for Everyoneby margarita from foster, australia
stay here, and eat here too!!Posted May 6, 2012
Pros: Outlook of the room, bathroom features, restaurant, location, lots of shops/cafes nearby
Cons: Difficult to find parking
Location: Central, beautiful, next to tourist information
Room overlooked the city square and the basilica. It was clean, comfortable and the restaurant had a great menu, fantastic food and not expensive.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Glasgow
Highly RecommendedPosted Mar 20, 2012 on Hotels.com
It's all true, Didier is a marvellous hotelier, relaxed, unassuming and eager to please. If you are here on a historical battlefield tour then this is the place to stay.