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pleasant and easy stop with friendly staff
Staff excellent and good value for money Nothing
Having to wait until 0800hs for breakfast
Poor position, tiny room and tiny bathroom (I only weigh 8 stone but if anyone was bigger they would find it difficult to get in and out of the bathroom), bathroom door wouldn't close which meant we had to use the public toilet along the corridor, poor view of a garden shed.
Value for money and easy to get to, local amenities eg restaurant,shops close by Not enough pillows
The breakfast was good value; access to the hotel and ease of finding. air con in the room The room was on the small side
Plactic bathroom Cubicle. Very basic reception,bar , dining room and seating area combined.
Staff and the speed of the internet.
Very easy to find right by main road junction. Efficient reception, facilities pretty much as expected for a budget priced chain hotel. Plenty of choice for continental breakfast. Room very basic, only one pillow per person and no more available. Probably slightly overpriced compared to similar chains.
I stayed for three nights. My room was clean and adequate and normal for this type of reservation. Breakfast was adequate and typical for France. Easy access to the hotel from freeway. TV channels excellent incl CNN I requested a non smoking room and was given one. However strong cigarette smoke odours pervaded the access corridor to my room and at times I could smell cig smoke in the room.
The location is nice. The room was terrible with noisy air conditioning unit next to our window and the staff not very helpful. The latter is probably because they did not have enough people - just one person doing pretty much everything, except for the cleaning.
Comfortable beds and DVD player in the room
The friendliness of the staff and their attention to detail.
Nothing Tiny room, shoddy equipment, suffocating stench in room, air-conditioner did not work--manager refused to look at it or fix it, staff rude and unhelpful
good area for parking and quiet and lovely painting on the headboard; clean sheets and bathroom, good breakfast. disinterested receptionist, restaurant was closed as it was a Sunday night, although the restaurant had been advertised and it was one of the reasons we booked there.it was a long way out of town and thus we had to get back in the car to go to the town. a dishevilled shabby feel to this hotel, with worn out carpets etc
The lake and setting were lovely. The room smelled of cigar smoke. The food in their restaurant was overpriced and varied from adequate to terrible. As an example of the latter, we would cite the "Menu du Terroir" that was virtually inedible, and a "crème brulée" that tasted like instant pudding. Shame on this hotel for dishonoring the French cuizine!!
Hotel rooms were excellent, just renovated, staff also very friendly, and excellent quiet location right next to the lake. Well recommended and very good value for the money.
the location was very agreeable, it was conveniently located and quiet. Staff were helpful, and there are not a lot of good hotels to choose from in the Foix area the breakfast buffet was not good value and I am glad I did not choose to pay for it
We found the staff to be exceptionally helpful, particulary the young lady who acted as receptionist/maitre dix in the restaurant. We would prefer to have had a proper shower and more space to "put" things
We were travelling with an 8 year old boy. They were very family friendly. Also, we arrived after their closing hours. They left good instructions on how to contact them and get checked in. We had to wait less than five minutes.
Friendly and helpful. Value for money.
Very oldfashioned hotel. Room (superior bedroom) was very small. Broken door of cupboard in room. Very small shower. No curtains but shutters. The carpeting in the hotel was very old. Also the wallpapering. Reception and hotel opened doors at 17.45 hrs. Stated on the door was 17.30 hrs. We agreed on having breakfast at 08.00 hrs but staff arrived at 08.15 hrs.
Conveniently located for all prehistoric sights in the Ariege area. Staff was very nice. Room was cute and clean. Small shower. All staff members were lovely. Breakfast was a buffet which is unusual in France. But the juice was from a box and there wasn't enough coffee in the coffee pot.
Clean,city centre, car parking & helpful staff. Central for the Penedes wine region. Would use it again
Location is very central in Tarascon. Though the place is so small, it doesn't make a huge difference. Staff are helpful, some with good english, some not so. Secure room for bikes, which is good. I stayed on two separate occasions in September. On both nights, I missed the shops being open as they shut earlier than most other towns in the pyrenees, so be warned, arrive early. On the first visit, the room was comfortable, but with limited window size and views, it felt soulless. The second time round, the bed had a huge depression in the middle, and the window looks onto a wall and the window covered in spiders' webs. I wouldn't visit again to stay there more than a single night. Thank god the rooms have tv.
The location was great, right in the middle of town, right on the river; very convenient to restaurants and other services. Very nice people; very crowded parking!
Excellent service, very friendly. None.
Excellent breakfast, plenty and variety. Good central location with parking. Quiet, despite being in the centre of the town Room 8 was very small. There were lots of projections in the room to knock head, shins etc on. A room with no view.
was cheap for its service. Clew was so kind. The sheet was little bit humid.
Beds are so small.
clean, very cheap and good location nothing
Very economical. Poor air conditioning.Cramped room
A well known chain that does what it says on the tin ! No frills, clean and basic accommodation close to major roads and with very good value breakfasts for less the 5 euros.
Cheap and conveniently situated hotel Unpleasant smell in the room seemed to be in the bathroom. Air conditioning system leaked on a shelf and damaged personal items overnight and made floor wet in bedroom near bathroom. Shower did not drain and water flooded toilet and sink area and into bedroom.
The help and attitude of staff was really good. Food was well above average for a three star hotel. Good secure car parking.
Staff were so welcoming. The food in the restaurant was excellent - one of the best meals we have ever had.
Beautiful building and gardens with swimming pool.
Very good hotel. Service and food excellent.
A nice location with a great courtyard dining area - although we arrived too late for the pool that looked good too. A good stopover
Great location to explore the Cathar area. Newly renovated and modern country Manor. No door to bathroom, meaning no privacy on toilette.
a small new design hotel that with care and attention to details by its owners will be to the benefit and enjoyment of its future guests, excellent gourmet dining too.
Brilliant and attentive staff, nothing was too much trouble
nice and warm hotel. you feel at home with the family style welcome of the owners. The owner is an excellent chef and dinner was very tasty. no
The new owner, Mme Landes, is a natural hostess and excellent cook - she made us feel wonderfully welcome, was attentive to extra needs, and provided very good breakfasts and evening meals, using locally sourced food and wine. Our room had an external terrace which we enjoyed. No. Those booking in future should note that the management changed this season (we had no idea of this from the website) so reviews from previous years may mislead. The new owner offers (as far as we could see) a more sophisticated experience.
very friendly and accomodating owner/chef. She is very good cook, and had a good place to store our bikes.
La Barguillere is an authentic traditional-style French tavern and augerge in the heart of the Pyrenees. The rooms are simple, clean and full of character. The staff is friendly- almost like family. Meals and wines are the best in the valley, probably the region. The kitchen cooks with local, fresh, organic- slow food style. All very enjoyable. Go for the meals if you can't stay for the lodging. The longer I stayed- the more I appreciated La Barguillere. In fact I stayed there twice in one trip.
Friendly proprietor and excellent food. Somewhat noisy by roadside
Its location and cleanliness There was nobody available in reception when we checked out at 09:00AM
quality bed & shower, nice swiming pool,remote area, quiet& peacefull,sunny days but cool at night. andora,pyrenese,toulouse & some beautifull villages within a short distance, 2 hrs max. very clean & fantastic views.well impressed with ladies i spoke to at booking.com,when i had slight problem with initial booking really polite,friendly,helpfull & efficient,nothing was too much trouble for them. difficult to communicate,no one spoke english,& we dont speak french , to be fair the staffs english was better than our french and they did try
Very convenient for Tour de France 2009. At the base of Col d'Aspin and close to Tourmalet.
the WIFI the menu was not adapted for vegetarians and there was only one fish dish offered
The place and the staff
The signs for the hotel are badly placed, almost non- existent. The hotel might be 3kms from Foix, but, it is 6kms? From centre-ville, which is very important.
good parking and nice place
Quiet, pleasant spot quite convenient for Foix (if you have transport). All you need for a short stay. Excellent restaurant to be recommended both for dinner and breakfast. A very pleasant place to stop.
Classic Campanile with all its good qualities
one night stay, with family, facilities and service rather basic for the price charged, good location to visit city and surrounding smell of smoke, even if non smoking facilities, impossible to find (known problem to staff); but signs cannot be read from main street
Very clean and modern bathroom Small motel type rooms. Could be soundproofed better. Though might be about right for the price
Convenient location, clean rooms, helpful staff, and comfortable beds ensuring a good night's rest. Good for an overnight stay as we were on way to northern France rooms rather small for 3 people, although we managed. Had booked for 3, but when we arrived the 'ancillaries' - towels, cups, coffee, soap etc were only for 2. Rather expensive compared to other hotels we stayed at.
I suppose that a Campanile is a Campanile - it is what it is and I did not like it and its lack of services. Lack of lounge or bar. They could (would?) not serve a drink at about 11 o'clock in the evening