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Reviewed 25 August 2011

Our first stop in this trip. We slept like babies and loved the fact that the harbor was a few steps away as where the restaurants. We gad to make some last minute changes and the staff where very understanding.

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Thank Gommit
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Reviewed 28 June 2011

We stayed at the Hotel Des Loges for two days in the middle of a heatwave. Had seen negative reviews of the rooms but was pleasantly surprised that our room (No 14) was a good size with a large comfortable bed. This room overlooked the narrow old street on which the hotel is situated which was a bit of a problem for sleeping as the rooms don't have aircon so we had to keep the windows open in the heat. The narrow cobbled street resonated car noise. Maybe supplying fans in the room would allow the windows to be closed overnight. To be honest we didn't ask if they had one, we just made do. Don't let this put you off the staff are friendly and helpful. The location is excellent for the shops, St Catherine's church and the inner harbour. Honfleur is a beautiful old town just 20 mins from Le Havre. Free wifi was included and parking is free if you use a car park around 300m further along the road.

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank robsteruk
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Reviewed 6 March 2011

My wife found this hotel for us to stay at during a two day one night trip through Normandy. Although I little tough to drive through the streets because of the narrowness (typical in these small towns). The hotel is on a small side street but very close to the harbour. The side street is nice a quiet during the evening. You have to park up the road in either a paid lot or a free lot but not a big deal. Hotel is small but at €110 a great rate for what you get. The manager is extremely helpful and she gave us a great resteraunt suggestion which we loved. Room is smallish (we have a twin) and the shower on the typical european small size but very clean and functional. Nice breakfast for €10 in the morning. Clean, functional, good location, quiet at night and very helpful staff. Not the Ritz but allows you to trully experience the city and the area.

  • Stayed: March 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank Canadian_Nomad22
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Reviewed 14 September 2010

Very friendly and helpful reception. Nice clean room. Excellent location close to centre of town and only 5 mins walk from the marina. Good breakfast. A bit pricey considering the lack of facilities (including a lift) - not that we wanted any other facilities. I would think that parking could be a bit tricky at busy periods but we managed to get one of the few free parking spaces in the street outside.
My only wish is that they would install free WiFi connectivity.
Would definitely stay there again.

  • Stayed: September 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank Darkinbad
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Reviewed 16 August 2010

This hotel occupies two old (very old) fishermen’s houses that have been converted, so every room is different. There are also some architectural oddities – for example rooms that are odd shapes, or having to step into an small courtyard to get from our room to hotel reception. Our room was plain and small, but well-finished, modern, spotlessly clean and with everything we needed. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The location is brilliant, right in the centre of the seemingly untouched medieval village that forms the centre of Honfleur (unfortunately this means the nearest free car park is about 5 minutes walk away). We were disturbed by loud noises one morning - seemed like cleaners, but we're not sure. Honfleur is simply magical.

  • Stayed: August 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank macroKenley
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