The hotel was hard to find, the place is amazing. The resturant is superb, best food I ate in France so far. The only downward is the furniture, it's outdated and need reupholstered for the springs goes into you when you are sitting and few chairs legs need to be fixed. The hotel is not a luxury like it stated need renovation. We have a complementary wine bottle that was a nice gesture.
Really nice hotel , greeted with a smile and in English. A voucher for two free glasses of wine ,very nice. Restaurant wasn't anything we fancied on the menu so we eat out.
Great value for money, can recommend .
We wanted a convenient hotel travelling from Spain and this hotel fitted well. Staff were very pleasant on arrival and the room was excellent in terms of size and facilities. Nice to see a separate WC separate from the bathroom. Only adverse comment was that the Steak I had at the evening meal was on the tough side but otherwise a good meal choice for evening and breakfast.
The hotel is surprisingly close to the train station of Tours, which we found very convenient. The rooms were spacious, clean and tidy in rather old fashion. Service was good overall, while it would be even better if each of the rooms are provided with kettle for tea/ coffee making.
CLOSE TO EVERYTHING IN THE AREA...ENJOYABLE!
I would come again...WALKING DISTANCE TO THE TRAIN...
The staff very helpful and accommodating for your benefit.
If you want a pleasant staff and a clean room you will enjoy.
The hotel was clean, conveniently located near the river and just 3 kilometers form the city center of Tours. Nearby in either direction out of the hotel are wineries where you can do some wine tastings. Also, right out from the front of the hotel across the street is a park and the river which has a path where you can bike, walk or run. The staff where very friendly and helpful and assisted us with directions, information and making reservations at restaurants. We stayed in a superior room which had plenty of space and a reasonable sized bathroom. I would highly recommend this hotel and will stay their again the next time I am in Tours.
We have stayed at this hotel 3 or 4 times before when it was a Comfort Hotel.
Average 3✴ hotel but has been nicely refurbished.
Restaurant is not open on Saturday nights, which is when we stayed but there are restaurants within walking distance.
Near to a new tram stop for anyone who wants to go into town.
Standing on the banks for the River Loire, Tours is the capital city of Indre-et-Loire, lauded for the perfection of its inhabitants' spoken French. The city is also known as the home to Cathedral St. Gatien, an enchanting sight when lit up in the night sky. Visitors can cycle along the untamed river and experience the varied landscape at the heart of the Loire Valley.