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Very relaxed atmosphere and fantastic cuisine Small pool
we always meet the nicest people and the atmosphere is wonderful the smell of sewage in the walk-through kitcken on the first day
Setting, decoration, details. Reception staff is not particularly friendly.
The staff did everything they could to make us feel special. Lighting on the stairs at night on the grounds. I fell and broke a tendon in my foot because of this lighting. Also, we had to depart a 6AM, when there was no staff, no lights and a seemingly impossible gate to get out of. The code box is on the outside of the fence and in the dark is impossible to reach. My husband had to climb over the gate to get to the box using his phone as a light. We had quite a walk around the property to actually get out to our car, again in the dark. More lighting is definitelly needed for the safety of your guests, many of which are elderly.
The location of the hotel. The room had only one very small window which did not supply enough ventilation. When asked to change our room the staff were unco-operative & this could only be achieved by a further increase in price. Compared to all our other accommodation in France we did not feel that this hotel provided good value for money. Also for travellers with large luggage there was no sealed path to the hotel which meant a long way to carry heavy bags.
Location and sight are great but that is the end of it. Service is inexistent (as in having to beg for a piece of soap after 3 days for 2 people in a room), AC doesn't work and the staff answer to the notice is that they will have it checked but 'it is probably nothing". No staff is available, web access is free but only works in the lobby and to get the password requires persistent and the lobby is outside temperature. Room service is only diligent at packing blankets on the bed, every day when the outside and inside temp is above 100 F (35 C). Booking.com shouldn't even have this place listed as it bearly qualifies as a hotel, more a place where you can have a room with electricity, but no service. No functioning AC, front desk is mostly unattended, restaurant seem to be the best part of it, but I couldn't get myself to subsidize such a bad operation...
A good location just outside Menerbes in France (Provence). One problem was that I had to walk down three steps to go from the bedroom to the bathroom. This could be a problem in the middle of the night. I had to leave a light on in the bathroom all night long so that I would not fall down three steps if I got up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom.
Its position, in the countryside near many pretty villages, calm, swimming pool facility; Excellent food but rather very expensive ; The staff was very good and pleasant; Room very spacious. The lack of a cheaper menu at the restaurant as first price of 59 euros is very expensive and the same for a la carte dishes; Lack of lighting in the bedroom made reading almost impossible;Breakfast price of 19 euros for the type of service is also a little steep;
The room was lovely and the food was excellent The air conditioning system was broken and the rooms were intolerably hot, the service of the staff was poor and numerous errors - all in the hotel's favour - were made on our final bill.
it was very comfortable, quiet and no hassle. could do with air conditioning.
Peaceful. Simple. Quiet. No dinning the kitchen was closed
Excellent location, quite countryside spot well placed for visiting villages. High quality restaurant Price a bit toppy for room and restaurant
It was close to the village of Menerbes and it turned out to be not only convenient but a really adorable place to stay. Well decorated and comfortable.