This hotel was just what I required for my visit to the D-Day Landing Beaches. A very good price for my 3 day stay. Good size room, very clean and well equipped. The staff were exceptionally pleasant. No complaints at all. I would stay here again, no problems. Location was 50 m from the Sword landing beach. This was why I was in Normandy.
Traveller from ENGLAND
Normandy-style hotel set 50 metres from the sea and 100 metres from several Normandy landing beaches, and 3 km from …More
After driving through Paris I was trying to find rooms for cheap prices. Found this place and very happy with it. Right next to Gold beach. Outside of the facility looks kind of worn down but once you step inside it is very well kept and the complete opposite of what I thought it would look like. Bed was very large and comfy, sheets were clean. This was the first place I stayed that had provided a stove top, pots and pans, a mini fridge to store food and other items. This is a place to stay if you are staying more then one night because you can store and cook food. Bathroom was nice and was a tub/shower. The only problem is if you shower there is only a small glass door that covers half the tub to stop water from going out, this however doesn't work at all and water will go on the floor. The air conditioning was either locked to their setting or didn't work. Although the door to the outside was large and allowed plenty of air flow I didn't want to keep it open over night because its on ground level and someone could walk in. The room needs better air circulation because it can become stuffy in there
Le Grand Hotel Cabourg has a turn of the century ambiance in the public areas, but the rooms are up to date with very chic somewhat Art Deco style furnishings. The location on the boardwalk couldn't be better.
Marcel Proust’s favorite vacation spot, Cabourg appears as the fiction seaside resort of “Balbec” in his masterpiece, Remembrance of Things Past. Fronted by over 3 kilometres of sandy beach and beachfront promenade, the town is famous for its Belle Epoque atmosphere, exemplified by its Grand Hotel and Casino. Cabourg also has a racecourse with modern facilities; beach clubs; and golfing.