A really comfortable Hotel in lovely woodland setting with views over golf course. The bedrooms are large and quiet and great friendly staff. Easy access to St Raphael centre where trains serve Nice and Monaco and close to the gorgeous bay of Agay. Outstanding value and plenty of free parking. Spa treatments are Available. Large outside pool with sun beds. Why go anywhere else. We had a fabulous week
A nice hotel on a nice golf course, a little bit out of St. Omer though so a € 50 taxi ride into town. Golf was a good course and would go back. Rooms were comfortable, but apart from breakfast did not eat in the hotel. One bog problem is they at the golf part of this hotel, lunch is only served up until 3 pm, which if you have a 10 am or later tee time, means that there is no lunch !
After six years I should be tired of the same hotel but for 3 weeks every year I relax the hotel is on the whole very quiet but well run The restaurant has definitely improved so much so I rated it our best eating place of the whole holiday much better than some 5 star eateries Hotel is clean and tidy, pool side is well kept , Beer on tap st Omar 5* Recommend that you try the spa for an hours total relaxation Or push the boat out and have 4 hours of golf and a well deserved 19th hole There is no poolside bar but you can have drinks by the poolside / Garden
This is a very good hotel which we have been coming to for many years and we were there with our friends. The rooms are good, well appointed and the beds comfortable. They are clean and well maintained. Hotel staff are friendly and helpful and reception staff are excellent and welcoming. The hotel is quiet, and one can relax in the front garden (with just the occasional 'ping' of someone tee-ing off from across the road, or the sound of tennis - but these too provide a natural background). Reception provides towels for sunbathing and swimming, but the recliners are not that comfortable, and the pool is not heated and cold. Breakfast in the restaurant is good, with a reasonable selection of food, juices, fruit, hot and cold food and breads available. Lunch can be had on the veranda of the golf pavilion - and there is a good choice with a range of dishes and up to three plats du jour. However, the evening meal is variable in standard, and the choice is limited. The menu is probably sufficient if you are staying one or two nights (which appears most guests are), but it is the same menu for probably the whole season. If you are staying for longer (as we did for 12 nights) and have half-board then the menu is hopeless. There is little by way of other restaurants within walking distance, and you can't enjoy a meal out and drink and drive - so half-board is our option. Lunch-time offers three plats du jour. The main restaurant offers no variation, chef's specials or fresh dishes any day. Indeed, most chefs come out of their kitchen at some point to chat to their diners - this never happened over the 12 nights. The one night the chef was off, Matthew the manager who covered for the chef, came out and talked to the diners. Because we realised this problem, after a couple of days we arranged to provide a list of menu options - this was followed for a few nights, with the duck and sea-bass being good dishes - but it was then forgotten - perhaps as the restaurant got busier. It does not appear that communications between waitering staff and the chef is good, 2 or 3 times the waiter delivered the wrong dish (well cooked or rare) to the wrong diner - surely they can tell, and the chef should indicate, which is which! Sort out the menu and chef problem and you will have a good Les Pins Parasols restaurant. For us, the evening meal is important not merely to have good food, but as a social event. The ambiance needs to be good. I personally miss the 'cheese trolley' which was a good way to conclude a meal. The dining experience is also about staff engaging with their guests. The staff were too busy to do this, and sometimes there was just one person on for the evening. If you want a good dining experience, then staff smiling and talking to diners is important. I realise that was hard in our case, our party speaking English and very poor French, but I noted it did not happen for the other guests either. We will think about coming back - unsurprisingly it seems to hang on the evening meal experience.…
This is the very first time in my yearly visit to France that the weather is disappointing. It really made no difference at the Najeti because our stay was delightful. I cannot fault it and the staff are very helpful and friendly. As my partner’s suitcase was damaged inflight Sandra directed us to a travel store where we purchased a well known brand “Made in Europe” at a much lower price than Home.