Ratings based on 38 Verified Reviews
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
by A verified traveler
Basic hotel but the restaurant is open on SundaysPosted Jun 20, 2017 on Hotels
It is basic hotel but with a good restaurant. The restaurant is open oin Sundays which is unusual in Frane so this is why we have used this hotel many times when in France returning from our annual trip to Le Mans.
by A verified traveler
Not for English speaking guests!Posted May 31, 2017
Pros: Location, price, and clean simple rooms.
Cons: Get staff who can speak some English, or print hotel instructions in English. Enable 24-hour access to the building and rooms by guests.
Location: This is a town for pilgrims and for spiritual retreats. Wonderful in that sense. Normandy countryside is beautiful and peaceful.
I have stayed there four times due to its convenient location and hoped for with improvement each visit. Fair price and clean room. However, the owners and staff make no effort to help English speaking guests despite the number of English speaking pilgrims and visitors. Service at dinner time in the hotel restaurant was not great at my table or at the adjacent one. Doors locked in the evening and early in the morning making it almost impossible for guests to get to their room after 10 PM or go for an early morning walk without being locked out. These issues are persistent. Other hotels and restaurants in the town are more accommodating.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Wisconsin
An Alright ExperiencePosted Feb 4, 2016
Pros: Close to Basilica, Carmel, and Boussinet.
Cons: Better English speakers. Follow through with room reservation when made through expedia.
Location: Close to all of the Therseian sites.
The hotel provided a pleasant experience as a person staying in Lisieux for the evening. When we arrived, while I booked 3 rooms through expedia, they had only reserved one room. Thankfully they had two other rooms available for the other members of my group. They claim to serve English speaking pilgrims, but that's only if that person is available. While that made the trip somewhat challenging, overall, it was a wonderful place to stay. If I was in Lisieux again, I'd book there in a heartbeat.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Very nice hotel. Close to the shrinePosted Oct 12, 2015
Enjoyed our stay. One of the few places with a restaurant open on Sunday. Food was very good.
Fine for a one night stop.Posted Jul 29, 2015 on Hotels
Not that I should I expect people to speak English, but their ability improved when it was time to pay. Nonetheless the check in went fine. Breakfast is too expensive for too little. If you just need a place to sleep before getting up early to see the Carmelite convent and Basilica then this is fine.
by Amalia from Brasil
ExcelentPosted Oct 20, 2014 on Hotels
The hotel is very clean and hotel's employee very helpful and very kind.
by Thor from London
Too much road noisePosted Jul 8, 2014 on Hotels
Stayed here because of the reviews. The owners seemed very nice and were very helpful. Unfortunately, the room was a bit on the small side and the road noise was too much. Luckily, I had some earplugs. Found a lot of hair that had not been cleaned on the bathroom floor, however, I would assume that this was an oversight. The restaurant in the hotel looked nice to eat, but I did not try it.
by Pensioner from N.Ireland
Convenient to the BasilicaPosted Jun 2, 2014 on Hotels
The evening meal was very good.
by hotel terrasse from lisieux, france
terasse at lisieuxPosted Dec 1, 2013 on Hotels
i could rate it higher if only for a few things but could have been rectified...the owner does not speak english it would have been harder if i did not speak a little french. the room was a bit small but sufficient, it was hot and could not control the pipe heater so slept without a cover. i did not know where the hotel was but got direction from the train station, it was uphill going there but manageable so if with elderly companions, please take a cab. I like that everything was good walking distance to the Basilique, Carmel and L'Ermitage, and just 2 blocks down the street were nice restaurants. All in all, very pleased and would probably stay there again.
by Terrasse Hotel from Lisieux, France
Close to pilgrimage sites I wanted to seePosted Apr 22, 2013 on Hotels
I STAYED AT THE SAME HOTEL IN LISIEUX, FRANCE FOR NINE DAYS. IT WAS VERY CONVENIENT TO ALL THE PLACES I WANTED TO SPEND TIME AT. I WAS ON A RELIGIOUS PILGRIMAGE IN THE CITY OF SAINT THERESE OF LISIEUX. THE BEAUTIFUL SHRINE BASILICA WAS ONLY A 5 MINUTE WALK FROM MY HOTEL. THE TERRASSE HOTEL WAS IN A PERFECT LOCATION FOR EVERYTHING.