Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Peter from Brighton/UK
Charming hotel in quiet locationPosted Nov 22, 2013
Pros: see above
Location: Outskirts of this lovely village with many friendly locals
As a former hotel owner who won a few prestigious international rewards, I must point out that I have never experienced such fantastic customer service! All staff incredibly friendly, attentive and pro-active. My room was spacious and spotlessly clean. Lovely small touches (dressing gown, tea&coffee making facilities, bottled water). Certainly a place where the vestiges of humanity are still very much alive and kicking. A lovely breakfast with FRESH fruit salad and a wide range of eating options rounded off my PERFECT 2-nights'-stay at this remarkable hotel. I'll be back in February 2014. P.K. from Brighton/England
for Couplesby Susan from Kettering, UK
Excellent Value near Tourist Hot SpotPosted Sep 24, 2013
Pros: Facilities and staff and good value for money.
Location: Isle sur la Sorgue, the Sunday market - both produce, tourist bits and antiques. Fontaine les Vaucluse nearby is prettier and quieter however.
The staff were friendly and helpful from the welcome to departure. The room was well stocked with toiletries and a hospitality tray, which can be missing often in France but for a tea drinking Brit is an essential addition to any room. On departure we were welcome to leave the car and luggage for later collection allowing to exploring the wonderful Sunday market to it's fullest. Our booking had said we would be required to take breakfast for an additional charge however on arrival it was made clear that was optional which made it extremely good value. We booked this hotel to avoid the dearer more central hotels, but be warned it is a good 15-20 mins walk to the centre. You can walk road side all the way but due to the lack of pavements this can be a bit hairy. As you walk 5 mins towards town there is a small bridge over the river, cross it and continue into town along the much more pleasant river path. A torch or a taxi may be an idea for a journey back after dark.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Good base!Posted Jun 26, 2013
The hotel staff were very helpful in organising a car for us with a local man when nothing was available from Hertz and Avis, etc. thanks Audrey! Beautiful setting. Breakfasts stunning. Great base from which to explore the stunning scenery.
Recommendedby Mary from USA
Fine hotel, not as convenient as it lookedPosted Mar 24, 2013 on Hotels.com
A perfectly nice and clean place, perhaps more worth it in the summer. No path available by river to walk into town. Didn't plan for pool time in the winter, but most of outside was closed up and no covered area to relax. Load in hallways. Nice enough help after you call for a receptionist out of their back office, but not much. Basic and average all around, which is not a bad thing....
Very nice place in ProvencePosted Dec 4, 2012 on Hotels.com
This hotel is in a very nice spot right on the river. It has two pools and a very nice restaurant as well, all for a very resonnable price.