Pros: Everyone was very nice and helpful we really felt welcomed as soon as we arrived.. Location was perfect very central. We also really enjoyed the swimming pool it was lovely big and clean .
Cons: Sadly there was no air conditioning in the room. And the weather was hot and humid so we struggled a bit at night. That could definitely improve.
Pros: very good location. great staff. plenty of advices. nice breakfast. free parking
Pros: Location. Staff were accommodating to adjust menu to dietary requirements. Large play area for small children in the restaurant/bar area.
Cons: Bad value for money. Expensive 'Junior Suite' consists of double bed and pull out couch. When couch is set up as bed there almost no room left to move. Overall the hotel needs updating and ...
The Best Western Le Relais de Laguiole Hotel & Spa welcomes you for a friendly, relaxing and gastronomic stay. Availability and attention are our key words regarding each and every one of our clients. You will appreciate the warm environment of our rooms that unite two distinct styles: the wood evokes warmth of a real mountain lodge while the decor recalls magnificent provincial colors. Discover the comfort of our cozy and spacious rooms; taste our Terroir cuisine with various Aubrac specialties and enjoy our spa with swimming-pool, Jacuzzi®, sauna and sun lounge. If you want a more intense moment of relaxation, our beauty treatment center offers a large variety of massages as relaxing back massage, hot stone treatments, facials or water treatments. The hotel enjoys a central situation in the world famous village of Laguiole well known for its knife and perfect point of departure for discovering, among others, the Aubrac plateau and the Saint-Jacques de Compostelle villages, the Lot Valley or the magnificent village of Conques, a Unesco World Heritage site. Enjoy your stay.
Pros: The hotel was easy to find, with good parking. The bedroom was very spacious, on the ground floor, with glass doors leading to your own seating area in the garden. It was very clean and comfortable ...
Enjoy your visit to Mur-de-Barrez with a stay at Auberge du Barrez. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat.
Pros: Arrived here after travelling on a very hot day, on a motorbike! The staff were so welcoming and there was a covered garage for the bike, overnight. We have stayed in Vic-sur-Cere many times, but in a...
Pros: Evening meals and choice was good. Breakfast was bland and overpriced.
Cons: The hotel advertised an outdoor pool. We were there first week of June and the pool had not opened. Bad form to advertise. Plus note: We were a party of motorcyclist and made the hotel garage ...
Pros: I thought the manageress was so helpful.
Pros: The lady who booked us in was so warm and friendly and kind and the process was simple and easy without all the hassle of the big hotels.
Pros: The Staff were very friendly and the location for us was excellent. The purpose of our trip was to watch our sons play rugby at the stadium in Aurillac (20 mins away by car). The scenery around us ...
Cons: If I had to be pushed the breakfast was not to our taste. A kettle in the room would have been good.
Pros: This was a very nice hotel to stay in. The staff is extremely helpful and friendly. Parking was very easy, once we found it. And the location is perfect for exploring Vic Sur Cère on foot.
Pros: Excellent personal service from the management team. No feeling that staff we just employees.
Cons: Restaurant food could have been a little more exciting.
Pros: Very friendly nice staff Nice room and cosy hotel All in all very recommendable
Cons: Breakfast is with 11.50 Euro clearly over charged for what you get
Pros: Good location for exploring the region
Pros: The location of this hotel nestled in the mountains and whilst we only stayed overnight it was clear there would be a lot to do and see in the countryside. The accommodation was ideal for four with a ...
In the very last kilometers before you reach Laguiole, a change over the landscape. As the countryside becomes more and more peaceful, the light, by contrast, grows brighter. Aubrac remained unspoilt. The establishment has been slowly taking shape in our hearts and minds for years, moulding itself perfectly into the countryside. A place bathed in light, with an uninterrupted view of infinity. Granite and slate outcrops, reminiscent of the "burons". A set of buildings which is revealed a little at a time, like the countryside it nestles in. A "draille" an old herdman's path - which goes from building to building, gives a glimpse of the village of Laguiole. The restaurant forms the "roof": it floats and opens awkwards, lefting the light stream to the tables. The dining rooms is thus transformed into a theatre for a spectacular who with nature staring both outside and on the plates. The lounge is glasses in at one end so guests can enjoy a quiet smoke or a glass of rare spirits in an aerial, almost unreal setting - the atmostphere in the bedrooms below is quite different. Tucked into a dip in the land and drenched in Aubrac's special light, each giving its occupants the private enjoyment of a landscape which seems made for them alone.
Cons: There were no meals offered except for breakfast in our 2 day stay. We had to travel several kilometres to eat. There were no tea or coffee making facilities to compensate for this. There was no ...
Hostellerie Saint-Clément is a great choice for a stay in Vic-sur-Cere. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Le Clos des Muses, which serves French cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and premium bedding.
Pros: The best feature was the food, which was of the highest quality. Good choice of menus and prices and a good selection of wines.
Pros: The fact that we arrived late and the Hotel staff made every effort to assist, even keeping the restaurant open for us. Our room was excellent .
Cons: Nothing really, we were very satisfied and would recommend the Hotel to our friends.
Pros: Excellent location and large room
Cons: Reception closes early
Cons: The Restaurant was disappoiniting
Cons: Food could be better flavoured, good food but bland
When visiting Laguiole, Gilles Moreau is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Gilles Moreau, which serves French cuisine. Other features include a seasonal outdoor pool, a terrace, and a garden.
Pros: We where delayed because of a flat tyre. The owner told us to call just before arriving at 1 am so that he could let us in. The only thing we did not like was missing the dinner, since we know th food...
Pros: Staff were very friendly and helpful. Would stay here again
Pros: Everything. Helpful staff, excellent food, beautiful area
Enjoy your visit to Neuveglise with a stay at Le Relais de la Poste. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Le Relais de la Poste, which serves regional cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. Other highlights include a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
Pros: The warm welcome and amazing character of the building. The rooms were clean, comfortable and nice and warm. We appreciated the tranquility after our 7000k tour on our motorbike.
Cons: We can't fault it
Pros: I booked this online not realising it was a convent. We arrived early and shown to our room. The hallways and our room reminded me of a hospital. The room was very spacious and clean. There was ...
Cons: .the dinner was a hospital style dinner with a watery soup, a sloppy mince and mash (very small serving) and a very thin apple tart...served with bread and wine, but very spartan. After dinner we ...
Pros: Beautiful old building with an interesting history. Felt part if the pilgrim experience staying here
Cons: Staff did not speak English so challenging at times
Pros: It is a place marvellous to be supported. Go there you ll not forget. And feel better.
Pros: Many French residents are aware there is a network of convents and abbeys which can house a traveller, particularly those travelling on the Chemin de St. Jacques. This is one of those: a convent which...
Cons: If you book it as a hotel you might be unaware you will be greeted as a pilgrim and asked to leave your shoes at the door. Private rooms but no television. Make sure you know what you are paying for ...
Pros: If you are expecting a posh hotel this is not for you but if you but if you are fine with utilitarian, clean, spacious rooms and do not mind good food served canteen style all set in a wonderful ...
Pros: Simple no-frills residence, on the St Jacques de Compostolle circuit, open to other travellers and hikers. Dorm-like simple, no frills. Spotless. Helpful staff. Reading room/library with computer...
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at Family Hotel. You can splash around at the seasonal outdoor pool, grab a bite to eat at the restaurant, or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. A spa tub and a garden are other highlights, and all rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Pros: Nice location - very friendly staff (owner) - swimming poolS, perfect to relax after whole day driving - typical house
Cons: Small room and overused bed, needs to be refurbished. Breakfast made for groups, could be improved.
Pros: Fabien and Christophe were very helpful in assisting us finding our lost dog. Thank you so much for all you help.
Pros: Excellent welcome from the owner and staff (also highly professional in running this middle-sized hotel during the high season). Beautiful swimming-pool. Good restaurant. Very pleasant overall ...
Cons: Nothing worth mentioning.
Pros: Great outdoors and lots of games for children. There is little life in the near vincinity. Very quiet. The hotel could use a little touch up but all in all nice stop-over for one day.
Cons: The rooms are small and a bit old fashioned and there is not much to do in the real vincinity.
Hôtel des Bains et Résidences is a great choice for your ski vacation in Vic-sur-Cere. After visiting the fitness center for a workout, guests who aren't on the slopes can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. An outdoor pool, a spa tub, and a sauna are other highlights.
Cons: room was too small. I had a wood roof beam touching my feet in the bed.
Pros: Friendly staff, superb breakfast (Choice ans quality), we wished se could gave eaten there (the restaurant was closed that evening).
Pros: Hotel was friendly and certain staff members were excellent. It was very busy and the meals were good value and well cooked.
Cons: They did not have our booking details when we arrived and they did not have the request for an accessible room. I was offered a room accessed by stairs initially!! We had a room eventually ( twin beds...
Pros: The location very central, close to facilities and a good aspect. Had a good wine list.
Cons: Only 2 beers on tap, the food and service was OK.
Pros: The restaurant was great (and also the only option that night in Laguiole) and the location was ideal to visit and shop in Laguiole.
Cons: Our room was soundproof, but we could not stand the heat and had to keep the window open... so the drunkards in the garden kept us awake (thankfully only until around midnight).
Hotel L'Aubrac is a great choice for a stay in Laguiole. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge.
Cons: The place was a little tired, the restaurant food poor, luke warm & very over priced! My husbands casserole starter, turned up in a dish with one handle broken off! Do NOT eat in the restaurant!
Pros: nice hotel good swimming pool dog made welcome
Cons: toilet in bedroom did not have a sink for hand washing in it.
Pros: Enjoyed the area together with the views of the mountains from the hotel. The two evening meals were very good and the staff were attentive.
Pros: we had the same waitress as last time & she's the best thing about the place
Cons: cheaper meals were not as good as our last visit eco breakfast which was priced at 5€ was actually charged at 5.80€ & we were made to feel less welcome than those having a bigger breakfast - put ...
Cons: Woman reception didn't even acknowledge our presence when we arrived until she had finished counting money, then allocated us a double instead of twin room as per booking. Restaurant waitress in ...
Bel Horizon is a great choice for your ski vacation in Vic-sur-Cere. The restaurant is a perfect spot to grab a bite to eat, and guests returning from the slopes can relax at the spa tub or enjoy après-ski drinks at the bar/lounge. Other highlights include an outdoor pool and a garden.
Pros: See.comment about reeptioist below. If it had not been for superior service.from the young man staffing the spa desk we would have walked out without staying despite our reervation.
Cons: The receptionist was inattentive to customers. Each time.I saw her she had ear buds in and was watching her phone. It was difficult ultimate. To get her attention and even when I as able to do that ...
Cons: Hotel receeption is located at the entrance of the swimming pool/spa area. Hotel decoration is really poor: looks and smells like a hospital for elderlies.
Pros: Our room had a large balcony which was really nice and hot in the late afternoon. Staff very courteous.
Cons: It was very difficult to find which lift was the right one to use to get to our room at first as there were several ones that went to different levels. We eventually we got used to it bit it was very...
Brit Hotel du Ban is a great choice for a stay in Chaudes-Aigues. Guests can go for a swim in the indoor pool and visit the spa to be pampered with massages, body wraps, or body scrubs. A bar/lounge and a 24-hour health club are offered, and rooms get the details right with rainfall showerheads and bathrobes.
When visiting Jabrun, Le Moulin Des Templiers is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Le Moulin des Templiers, which serves French cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
When visiting Campouriez, Le Relais du Coustoubi is a great choice to consider. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms offer premium bedding and free wired Internet.