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After reading a Trip Advisor review that mentioned the view from room 505, which included a photo from the window, we asked for this room when booking and were thrilled to stay there! It looked like you could reach out and touch the Abbey... waking...More
If you want to stay on the Mont stay here. Be warned though, come with a day bag & bring only what you need. As you must park off the island & take a shuttle then walk over the bridge onto the Mont & then...More
Just returned from 4 days stay at this hotel. We have visited the Mont before but not to stay, but understand the terrain. It was a wonderful visit as felt very priveleged to be among the small number of guests who can stay at any...More
Hotel was great. Staff is friendly and views are great. We stayed one night looking over the bay and another at the Abbey. We enjoyed the Abbey view more for the time we were there.
I recommend this hotel or their sister Hotel Auberge Saint...More
Since tourist season was over we had to walk down to another hotel to get 1 staff person to open our room. We had to carry our suitcases up & down a narrow spiral staircase to our 4th floor room. It was clean & ok...More
US$207 - US$296 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from wwalleigh | Reviewed this property |
I had to email or Skype them. If you have any members of your group who are disabled or older, do not go there! The rooms start on the "2nd floor" and go up to the 5th floor via a very narrow spiral staircase. No elevator... More
I had to email or Skype them. If you have any members of your group who are disabled or older, do not go there! The rooms start on the "2nd floor" and go up to the 5th floor via a very narrow spiral staircase. No elevator. I'd recommend staying off-island at 1 of the many hotel/motels then just getting up early & stay late for 1 day. Then head elsewhere.
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"Best view in Room 505, looking up to the Abbey and the 'stack' of historic buildings"