Book a room at the Hotel Les Voiliers for your trip to the Côte d'Azur. A pleasant French Riviera hotel, it has an excellent location on the Pont Saint Pierre in the town of Hyères. The hotel is named Les Voiliers – The Yachts – because it is situated at the Hyères Yacht Club. Many of its guest rooms feature great views of the Mediterranean, as does its restaurant. Guests can enjoy traditional regional cuisine inside the attractive restaurant or out on the terrace. Wireless Internet connection is free in public areas and 2 meeting rooms can be rented for professional conferences, banquets, or social events. The pet-friendly Hotel Les Voiliers on the Pont Saint Pierre is the perfect place to indulge a lot of water sports such as sailing, diving, windsurfing, kitesurfing, and riding jet skis. Beaches and bike rental are nearby. From the pier, ferries leave regularly for the island of Port-Cros; you can drive to the peninsula of Giens, from which there are ferries to Porquerolles. The Hotel Les Voiliers is close to Toulon-Hyères International Airport and 4.5 km/2.9 miles from the Gare d'Hyères railway station.
the staff and the position of the hotel. it was convenient for the airport and to porqerolles
House keepers extremely noisy in the morning at 8am (when on vacation,you want to sleep in: it's not plesant)!
I liked the location..right on the Marina
The room was below my expectations.. no tea/coffee making facilities..no mirror in room (other than in very small shower room)..inadequate toiletries..ugly old tv on wall, stains on wall, VERY uncomfortable beds..tiny and dangerous balcony......
good location & price to explore coast.
Very close to airport, easily walkable. Location was superb, right on the seafront.
The hotel manager was totally unaware of our booking, he agreed to one night's stay but said we would have to move the next day, he did, however relent and let us stay the further night. We had to spend a considerable amount of our time negotiating with booking.com and the hotel manager to allow us to stay. That said, I think it was a genuine mistake on his part and he should not be penalised by booking.com for this.