Small but pleasant stay, the staff had given us a warm welcome, every morning we walked to the beach and in the afternoon we went shopping, small renovation to plan because hotel with potential, we will come back next year with our children who we miss so much
A very welcoming team at reception. Extremely polite and helpful. We had dramas with the taxi driver not accepting our money card and the staff at Grenadines were lovely and helpful to us. Nice clean tidy rooms with a fantastic shower and bathroom. Good breakfast! Thank you for hosting us.
Just as you see on the website perhaps even better. Clean, superbly situated with the possibility of using the dining room for takeaways :) no need to take the car to get to the beach either-Great stay!
Firstly, don't visit Cap d'Agde out of season, it was like a ghost town! Stayed here for one night, nice clean room, great secure parking parking and a short walk from a lovely sandy beach. Extremely helpful staff on reception, couldn't do enough for us to help with any enquiry. Highly recommend for a value stopover. Didn't have breakfast here, at 10 euro each we passed, found a cafe instead.
First off the staff at this hotel are very friendly & helpful (although with very limited English). Unless you have a car it is difficult to get to-use either a taxi or the infrequent buses-the bus stops at the end of the street. There is no lift/elevator here so if you bags are heavy it is a task to get them to/from your room. The room itself is basic with a small bathroom/shower-and the bed was not very comfortable for my wife. The hotel has a swimming pool and is also a short walk to the beach. Wifi is very unreliable. This is the place to stay for a short stop or if you are a beach lover-there is not a great deal otherwise around and public transport is spasmodic. There are some cafe's at the end of the street but only one was open every day we were there. (We only came to to the area to visit our daughter whom was at a cooking school nearby).…
Selected the hotel because 1) midway on our drive from Lyon to Barcelona, and 2) Pet friendly. The reviews on TripAdvisor gave us some confidence that it would be great, but actually it was a little disappointing. No elevator, room was somewhat smallish, as was the balcony (we had a "large double room with balcony") which overlooked the path to the beach. But probably the saddest part was the location - if all you wanted to do was go to the beach, it was great - but I now understand that from May-September dogs are not allowed on the beach. So with that we just wanted to explore the town - and that's quite a walk from the hotel to the marina where all the restaurants are. On the good side the parking was on-site and gated (everywhere, gates in this town!).
We spontaneously stop there on our way from Strasbourg to Catalonia looking for a room for a couple plus a baby. The staff found a very last room for us, which was a jewel: close to the beach, silent, comfy, parking lot,... We could not stop our road-trip better than at this hotel. We will surely go back again.
We stayed at Les Grenadines in early April. It was very quiet, but the staff were extremely helpful and attentive. Our double room was very comfortable and clean, but the balcony was small; just about room for two chairs. There was a good selection of continental breakfast, and although €10 per person might seem expensive, considering what you could eat for that price compared with the measly fare you can get for €6 in a local bar/restaurant it was well worth it. The wonderful sandy beach with crystal clear sea is only about 300m away. There are 4-5 beach bars there, but none open at this time of year. In fact not a lot was open. There is a small selection of shops and bars 800m along the coast to the west. But for decent shops and bars head east to the Cap d'Agde harbour which is about a 20 minute walk away. Agde railway station is a €15 taxi ride away and from there the shuttle bus to Beziers airport costs just €1.6. There are two bus routes from Agde station that run past the end of the road to the hotel. We would recommend this hotel for couples definitely as it is so quiet. We could not fault the staff who were all friendly and extremely helpful. …
This i can swear is the best boutique hotel i have ever visited.. The owners of this hotel is a couple and they are just wonderful helpful and polite people who guided us to superb places around.. The breakfast there was blissful in very cozy place in this hotel.. its just a minute away from the beach so you can just walk down with your loved ones.. Its a three storey building with not many rooms so prior booking is required but the rooms are so clean and nice.. I would always like to visit here again.
a bit like a travelodge or a holiday inn, in a kind of boring place, no shops, people mostly unhelpful, i'm glad i didn't stay longer than a couple of days, i would have been bored out of my skull, low-season or any other time. Rooms are fairly small and spartan, though bright, only shower no bath, and not even coffee or tea or a kettle to make one. 2.5 euros for a small cup downstairs, 3 euros for an orangina. Take what you think you'll need because there is nothing within miles after the patisserie on the corner closes for the evening.