warm friendly budget stay. very clean and comfortable. very good WiFi. we did not have time for breakfast, but it smelt really good as we were leaving. next time we will have to make time for it.. overall a really good place to stay.
This was a very strange experience. There are four rooms, each of which has an "ethnic theme" (e.g. "Oriental", "Bombay", "Moroccan") - these are decked out in an extremely over-the-top style, with supposed "Moroccan music", "Moroccan incense", "Moroccan tea" (= Lipton), "Moroccan tribal dress" instead ...
Great location, large room, lovely breakfast, very nice staff
The hotel was interesting with antique furniture and pictures. The bed was very comfortable and clean. It was a bit dated and smelt a bit old. There was a huge spider in the bathroom. Overall it was fine and reasonably priced.
Great location. Right next to the port and lots of eateries.
Would have loved some air con! Really hot in the place & on a main road so when windows were open it was very noisy. Struggled to find parking and toilet seats were very loose.
I liked the central situation, near the port and restaurants, by the beautiful city hall. Friendly staff.
This would have to have the most complicated shower system that I have ever seen. The secret to getting water to come out is to push the main tap up as in a joystick. Sometimes i think the owner/ managers should live in the rooms just to understand how they are used/ and should be configured.
it is ok just a bit cold it was
Thinking about a stop at Calais Port?
To experience it for yourself, you'll have to travel 150 miles away from the nation's capital, Paris, and into a destination known as Calais.
With 16 accommodation choices within 2 miles of Calais Port, you can spend less time commuting and more time enjoying yourself. The Holiday Inn Calais and the Hotel Meurice are 0.7 miles and 0.8 miles away. Another convenient option, the Hôtel Metropol, is 1 mile away.
Looking for a place to rest your head that won't overshoot your budget? Fear not, as there is an abundance of budget hotels in the area. The Victoria (0.6 miles away) and the Hôtel Pacific (0.8 miles away) are two popular places that you might like to look into.
If all you want to do is chill out in a luxurious and snug environment, you might want to consider booking a room at one of the upmarket hotels. The Novotel Suites Calais Coquelles Tunnel sous la Manche and the Holiday Inn Calais-Coquelles are popular establishments, and a visit to either might end up being one of the highlights of your escape.
When you're exploring the area surrounding Calais Port, don't miss out on trying the hot coffee and appetizing treats at Café du Minck. If you're seeking something a little more substantial, take a look at the daily specials at Le Calais Douvres, another dining establishment in the area. If you're not ready to go to bed, wander over to La Marinerie.
Calais Port can be easily reached via public transportation. The closest stop, Gare de Calais Ville, is 1 mile away.