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Mont. Saint Michel is too popular, make it very difficult to book any kind of hotel. but we do not want to stay in those average, no characteristic ones, we can not afford the most expensive one the other side of the road which is...More
We spend one night at the Mercure and were very happy about our stay. The hotel staff is friendly and helpful. The location of the hotel, a 15-20 minutes walk to the Mont Saint Michel is great! We stayed in a room on the first...More
Large expansive hotel as close as possible to the abbey. Rooms were reasonably modern with excellent bed plus desk and TV. Bathroom nice with separate toilet. Free wifi available down in the lobby and reasonable speed. Good choices for dinner but breakfast was the pick...More
Ok hotel - more like a motel, with length (not height) and some rooms that opened directly onto the parking lot - but, not noisy at all, at night. We were here as part of a small tour group, and actually had a quite good...More
US$108 - US$295 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from NautiusMaximus | Reviewed this property |
Whatever time you calculate for the drive, add on half an hour at the end for the queue to get through the barrier. You can't just drive up to the hotel: access to the area is restricted to people staying at this or one of... More
Whatever time you calculate for the drive, add on half an hour at the end for the queue to get through the barrier. You can't just drive up to the hotel: access to the area is restricted to people staying at this or one of the nearby hotels, and you have to enter a code to get through a barrier. When I was there last August, the queue was huge, though I suppose it may be shorter at other times of the year, as August is very much a peak time.
Response from shamrock08 | Reviewed this property |
Our train ran way behind. We don't speak much French, so I don't know the reason, but we were crawling at a snails pace for most of the trip from Paris. The bus normally meets the train, but because it was so late, we had a... More
Our train ran way behind. We don't speak much French, so I don't know the reason, but we were crawling at a snails pace for most of the trip from Paris. The bus normally meets the train, but because it was so late, we had a delay before it got to us at the station. I'm sure glad we didn't plan to do this as a daytrip from Paris. We wouldn't have had any time to see the abbey and town. Because we had booked a hotel for the night, it didn't end up being as much of an issue as I thought it might.