Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews

3.4 out of 5
60% of guests recommend
3.6 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler from miami

Rented best suite

Posted Nov 25, 2015
Cons: Clean bathrooms
We had traveled with two little kids and rented best available two bedroom suite. Our disappointment was that the suite was located on two levels and stairs were very unsafe - steep and no railing. Another prober was no cleaning in the room during our stay. Also, we were overcharged for extra services, now resolving this with Expedia.
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Posted Jun 23, 2015
Lovely hotel in great setting - only let down by stroppy English Guest hogging the largest table in the breakfast room
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Outside looks much better than the inside

Posted Aug 19, 2014
Pros: External appearance - looked modern smart and comfortable, oh how a photo can be misleading.
Cons: See review, no restaurant, old rooms, old furniture, dated décor, cleaniless of flooring...
Location: When you think of the Ardenne you think of trees and countryside, take this thought throw it away and think the opposite.
Probably not the best stay we've had (family of 4), the hotel is located just outside what looks like a tired part of an inner city. On finally finding the hotel, the outside impression though is appealing, this does however greatly contrast with the experience you are greeted with when you go in in the door. The room we had was quite spacious, this was probably the only upside, the rest I'm afraid was not so positive. The room itself was a 2 bedroom family room, it was filled with dated furniture and had that musty smell of a room that had not had anyone in it for some time. The hotel did appear to be having some work done on it, perhaps trying to bring a bit of modernity to it? The bit my wife disliked the most though was the toilet, where there was a rather ugly stain (I think) on the floor. There could of course be a simple reason for this, i.e. too much cleaner on the tiled floor which had removed the floor surface, or it could be something else, we didn't investigate too much further. Last but not least the price...€130 per night, far far too much for what you get, the impression from the hotel's picture is a smart modern hotel in the countryside which would have met the price tag, for what we got (without breakfast which was extra) was far too much. Oh and by the way they do not have a restaurant serving evening meals, so if you turn up late you won't get anything to eat. Would I recommend this hotel - no, would I go back - I'll let you guess on that on that one!
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveler from kerk Avezaath

Rustig gelegen mooi hotel in een oude brouwerij

Posted Aug 25, 2014
Pros: Ambiance
Geweldige ambiance, ook voor seminars en trouwerijen. ligt centraal in de provincie Henegouwen. Dichtbij plaatsen als Mons (Bergen),Charleroy en Brussel. Wij waren er voor een bezoek aan het prachtige Pairi Daiza, ëén van de mooiste dierenparken ter wereld waar o.a. de twee recent door China in bruikleen gegeven Panda's verblijven. Kamers en personeel prima. Prijs kwaliteit verhouding uitzonderlijk!
5 out of 5
for Families
by Pascale from Maintenon - France

Un hôtel de charme au calme

Posted Apr 26, 2011
Le Manoir du Capitaine est une résidence de charme, au calme mais pas isolé. Bâtiment historique, les chambres sont réparties dans diverses ailes, très bien insonorisées. L'accueil est cordial, le petit déjeuner, dans une salle voûtée et décorée avec raffinement est excellent. Pour dîner ou déjeuner, la Tour de Glace à Ronquière, village situé à 10mn de l'hôtel, propose une carte très diversifiée et avec des portions propres à satisfaire les plus gros appétits. A recommander, en famille ou en amoureux.