the hotel is using key code locker... we have went outside for a dinner on the return the key code worked for the entrance door but did not worked for the room door, we tried the code for 15 minutes after being so exhausted after a long trip. the hotel had a little tinny words in french announcing a phone to call, the night shift person show up in a terrible mud to help us and even with the master code he faced difficulties.
Was sited in are quiet area, easy walk to a number of places to eat. Was on holiday.Do not no what it's like on are working days. The area has more places to eat week days. This is may close too be one of the best I have used
I rented a room for 3 nights while researching the area for my next book based on the fact that the hotel is located in the foothills of the lovely mountains rather than in the middle of town. I found this contributed to a peaceful experience! Great walking close by, and restaurants for the Agora. Commercial shopping center close by, too. The manager, Shirley, and owner, Sabine, of this hotel bent over backwards to make me comfortable, answer questions, and offer support.
We stayed here on a Saturday evening, the hotel was not very busy based on the number of cars in the carpark. The carpark and all doors in the hotel are accessed via your personal key code, making it very secure, you even needed the code to exit the carpark, there was CCTV in the carpark as well. The hotel is in the industrial zone, but being a weekend we didn't have a problem with noise. There is a large shopping centre with supermarket, other shops, restaurants and petrol/fuel station near by. On arrival we were welcomed by the receptionist and provided with our room number and key code, the entrance/ breakfast area was clean and tidy, drinks and snack machines were also located here. We did like the early check in time, our room was available from 12:00, which meant we had plenty of time to get down to the oats for some sightseeing. Even though we hadn't booked breakfast, the staff were helpful and we were able to have breakfast in the hotel rather than drive into town on a very wet Sunday morning. For 6€ or thereabouts it was good value. Our room was as expected, not large, but as its a budget hotel it was functional, the bathroom was clean and to our surprise the shower had a full shower/hair gel dispenser. The air conditioning worked well although in the night this was very noise. The pillows on the bed left a lot to be desired, they were flat and uncomfortable, so much so we all had headaches the next morning. If we stay in this style of hotel again, I'll bring my own pillow. …
In terms of location, depending on the purpose of your visit, opinions on the location would vary. The area was more industrial than scenic or for tourism. However, there were several respectful-looking restaurants right next to the hotel. The design of the building, as suggested by the name 'budget hotels' it provided the minimum, that being said it was still clean, spacious and comfortable. It's peaceful at night because the town is naturally quiet. The neighbourhood was industrial so there were a lot of construction people walking around. Wifi was available and strong. Breakfast was provided but it was a buffet so get there early before all the food is gone. Overall, it was relatively comfortable but it was the absolute minimum.