Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby Margaret from Bedfordshire, UK
Value for moneyPosted Nov 11, 2013
Pros: Location near our conference.
Cons: The Breakfast - no hot food at all in Novemeber
Location: This hotel is focussed on serving Futuroscope and not much else but there is a bus into Poitiers which has an interesting old town
This hotel is very clean and not expensive as an ideal location for families visiting Futuroscope, Poitiers. The meal in the restaurant was very good but the buffet breakfast was quite basic and a little expensive for what it was. The reception staff speak good English and were very friendly and helpful.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from oldham
Excellent HotelPosted Sep 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
We enjoyed our stay at Hotel. A little limited with dog. Dog not allowed anywhere in hotel and not to be left in room on its own. So we where unable to fully use the hotels facilities. However we where able to visit Futuroscope for the 3 days booked. Hotel a good 10 minute walk from park. Transport bus is available but dogs not allowed on! Would stay again. Good value for money.
for Everyoneby Mike from Bedfordshire
Great Family HotelPosted Jul 24, 2013
Pros: No unsavoury travellers
Cons: The perfumed scent piped outside the hotel
Location: On the Futuroscope Park in Poitiers
Very enjoyable overnight stay and great value for money - no real issues. Due to the distance South mostly French families
Recommendedby r knowd
Posted Jul 17, 2012 on Hotels.com
no drink making in room coffee machine not woking no ice machine i just think we made a mistake in booking this hotel. did not cater at all for english customers not even cnn or bbc world tv
for Everyoneby Nico from West Sussex, UK
FuturoscopePosted Apr 15, 2012
The hotel is quite basic but adequate if the purpose of your trip is to visit Futuroscope. Just a shame that considering how impressive Futuroscope is they couldn't have continued the theme through to the hotels. However the beds were comfortable and only a 10 minute walk to the entrance of the theme park. We didn't eat at the hotel but ate in a fantastic restaurant, even though expensive, in Futuroscope called Christal, our 10 year old is still talking about the meal! Futuroscope itself is well worth a visit with lots to look at, some decent rides and very educational, the light and water show at the end of the day is fantastic and not like anything else I have ever seen. All in all a very enjoyable trip.
by A verified traveler from New york, NY
OK service, lousy bfast experiencePosted Jul 15, 2009
We were given "coupons" for the breakfast and we were never told that these in fact payable and were merely used to count attendance at the buffet..we were expected to pay at checkout...which I politely refused given the "trick" played on us at check in. Check in: the room was not ready by 2pm like stated...ok room. Small.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Huffman, Texas
HotelPosted Jul 3, 2009
We enjoyed our stay at the hotel. Staff was friendly and courteous. I would suggest it to friends and family.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
The Perfect Base for FuturescopePosted Jun 29, 2009
We went to this destination with the sole purpose of visiting the Futurescope theme park. The Alteora Resort is a 3 star hotel some half a mile from the park entrance which is easily covered on foot. There is a bus service for the less able. The hotel offers very basic rooms but they are clean and have very comfortable beds. There is flat screen TV and a well equipped bathroom. The bar area is pleasant and the staff can mix a mean cocktaiul at a reasonable price. The restaurant offers plain but wholesome food and a very acceptable breakfas is available every morning. Basically, this hotel meets the description exactly. It's the perfect base for a Futurescope visit or for business at the Palais de Congress. 'It does what it says on the tin' as they say here in the UK.