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    Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

    Clean, comfortable but small room with a decent sea view. At €133 per night I was expecting a better room with more than a small bottle of water to welcome us!
    Situated on the main road into the city, on the 5th floor, we didn't notice the noise from the busy road below.
    Breakfast was very nice but over priced at €14 per person, parking too was expensive at €12 per night. There were plenty of towels in the room but they were small and had seen better days.
    So in total, 2 nights B&B with parking is over €300 and the hotel isn't even in a great part of town, it's a 20-30 minute walk along the busy road to the good restaurants.
    On the plus side, the reception is very nice and the staff are super friendly and really helpful. It's easy to find when driving into Ajaccio, there is an underground car park.

    Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
    Thank Fiona H
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    jeanpatrick2016, Responsable commercial at Mercure Ajaccio, responded to this reviewResponded 5 June 2017

    Thank you very much for having taken the time to let us know your impression about your stay at our hotel.

    Our main goal is to offer , through our dedicated and passionate team, a warm and friendly feeling, and we are happy that we succeded.

    Our location is a good compromise between an easy access and a walking distance to the center, avoiding crowded trafic driving into the city.

    We hope that we will be able to welcome you again soon

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    Reviewed 8 May 2017 via mobile

    Very nice hotel in downtown Ajaccio close to the train station.
    The hotel is simple but with a modern look. Minimalistic.
    Very clean.
    Comfortable bed.
    Location was not as I expected but it was so nice to sleep at this hotel that I have to give them five stars.
    Limited Parking available. Very tight. 12 Euros per night.

    Stayed: May 2017, travelled with friends
    Thank golflover26
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    Reviewed 8 May 2017

    Stayed for one week on holiday. The Hotel was up to the Mercure standard with staff that speak English (very helpful), clean and updated rooms. Good standard and well placed. The Terrace gives a view of the whole bay and is a few minutes from the city centre. Coffee maker in the room, free drinks from the fridge. The rooms are smaller than the UK equivalent but you are over looking the Med and only a few minutes walk from the centre. Shower no bath but that is normal in the Med. No surprises which is why I like staying at a chain.

    No restaurant but this is a good thing as it would never be able to compete with all the local eateries. Five minutes walk from the hotel gives you loads of options. Even for breakfast I would skip the hotel and go next door or 5 minutes into town. Sit on the waterside and have coffee and bread.

    Tip for UK visitors. Everyone drinks coffee in very small cups. If you want Tea in your room go buy a mug from the local super market. Go out the front door, turn left walk for 10 minutes to LeClerec. Also no one seems to have heard of Tonic so no G&T's at sundown but wonderful local beers so who cares...

    Room Tip: I would suggest that on arrival go straight up to the 6th floor and try out the Terrace. It has a fantastic view of the whole bay.
    • Stayed: May 2017, travelled as a couple
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    1  Thank Swiftest
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    Reviewed 19 April 2017

    Big-chain name and comfort, the hotel is located just outside the touristic area - overlooking the port and train facilities. We were concerned about potential noise issues at first, but the staff assigned us a room looking out back and it was indeed extremely quiet.

    One minor problem we had, the bed, bathroom door and floor creaked to no end when moving around. We also found the room, while extremely clean, modern and comfortable, to be very cramped - a little disappointing for a 4-star hotel.

    Overall, it's a good spot, but it definitely feels more like a 3-star establishment than 4 stars.

    Room Tip: If you're concerned about noise (the hotel is on a very busy road), ask for a room looking out back - they're very quiet!
    • Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
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    1  Thank AlexMtlCDN
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    Reviewed 23 March 2017

    No restaurant, take away menus in your room. We stayed here for 5 nights and had one bottle of water free. When asked for another bottle we were told it was a welcome drink only and we would have pay for more. Breakfast at 14 euros per person was a joke. Go to the bakery next door for 5 euros. Very disappointing.

    • Stayed: March 2017, travelled as a couple
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