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nice room, comfy bed. The Owner (a young gentleman) was very friendly and came to say goodbye at 8am as we were leaving. He spoke excellent English which we were grateful for and after our earlier experience (see negative comments). He was very helpful and checked us out. We didnt use any facilities as it was just an overnight stay. We didnt eat at the hotel. dinner was 38 euros each (a bit expensive for us!). If we had met the gentleman first, our experience would have been much better.He was very friendly! The lady who checked us in was unfriendly and didnt speak english. She was unhappy for us to leave our car full of wine and champagne (we were on way home to uk next day) in front of the chateau and asked us to move it to the back of a building and next to an open field (not secure). We refused and explained about security. She was not happy but we were allowed to leave it there eventually. Courban is what i would describe as a ghost town.No shops/bars and was rather depressing. Wish we had stayed elsewhere for our last night in france as there are lovely towns and villages not far away! if we had read the reviews on a well known trip advice website we wouldnt have booked this hotel but of course we are all different and you might like it!
The hotel was an oasis of calm at the end of a long day's drive. The staff were courteous and helpful, the room comfortable and the dinner excellent. It was difficult to find even though the village is small. Signing is not clear and we had to ask a local for directions.
Outside rooms large and decorated tastefully. Quiet location. The quality of food was below average, also no fresh produce and menu much too expensive with even supplements for cheese and a meat course. Cleanliness.
Comfort of the room No other amenities nearby
style and comfort of the chateau......ambience......facilities.....friendly staff. limited evening menu and too expensive for the quality of food provided.
Lovely room - secure parking (10 euros extra) - Restuarant looked wonderful! Internet booking website gave no indication that the restuarant would be closed! We booked the hotel because we wanted to eat in the cellar restuarant and wander upstairs to our room after a drink in the bar!
The staff at the hotel were extremely helpful and friendly and made our stay very enjoyable. We found the quality and standard of the rooms, restaurant and service faultless and would have no hesitation in staying at Le Marius again.
I liked the quiet location and unique character of the village it was in. I booked the parking but there were only spaces for 4 cars, and I was asked to "double park" blocking two cars in. Sure enough the next day I was asked to go and move my car.
The location, building and room were excellent. Ideal spot to tour the champagne region and would visit it again. Took advantage of the car park which is totally secure but expensive. Stayed on a Sunday so had to use a nearby restaurant as the hotel restaurant isn't open on that day.
Elegantly designed, warm welcome, fabulous champagne and excellent restaurant.
Fabulous room, clean, practical but special. Child-friendly & relaxing. Manager was very welcoming & helpful.
Superb simple old French Hotel with owner manager in village in middle of active Champagne "terroir" with well above average value for money.Staff made evening meal for us as special favour since we did not want to drive out to meal with restaurant closed on Sunday. Must be aware that restaurant is closed on Sunday and Monday nights and alternative dining is minimum 10 miles away. .
Authenticity, good food, superb wine and good services in an unbelievably clean hotel.This is where my heart beats stronger.This is the very heart of France. This place is perfect and I've seen many around the world...
Set in a small farming hamlet with vineyards nearby and a beautiful gothic church next door. Quiet rural Champagne at its best within easy driving distance of beautiful countryside, wine tasting and other villages.Quintessentially French. Helpful staff wiuth a some English. You might feel cut off if you don not speak a little bit of basic French
This is an excellent small hotel/restaurant. The quality of both accommodation and food felt very good value. We lacked the French language skills to engage fully, but the helpfulness of manager and staff made us feel really welcome.
Nice quite location away from auto route but close enough to make good place to break trip.
Wonderful location in renoir country, helpful staff, excellent dinner The bedroom needed two comfortable chairs. The tv was a long way from the bed!
It's a very clean, modern hotel and we had a very good meal with a fantastic view. It's a shame you have breakfast in a boring room with no view which feels like an unused conference room. Also young waitress not at all helpful.
This is the second time I have stayed at the Logis Des Canotiers. It is a pleasant, modern hotel with all necessary amenities. It is beautifully situated. The welcome we received was warm, and we were treated at all times with courtesy. The dinner was excellent, beauifully prepared, and served with great efficiency and grace. I cannot recommend this hotel too highly. I would have no hesitation in staying there again. Everything was excellent. I can find nothing bad to say about the hotel.
The hotel is situated in a magnificent position with a fantastic view. My children loved the pool and the bedroom was spotless. We had a very good meal and the hotel owners were very friendly. The only critisism is that the swimming pool was not heated and the meal was very pricey I thought.
Modern boutique hotel in quiet rural surroundings Expensive wine and drinks