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Reviewed 5 April 2017 via mobile

A great little town off the beaten track on the Mediterranean. There must be more then 4,000
Sailing boats moored here. A very picturesque port town on top of all this .
Le Spinaker has a great restaurant and you can get push bikes to ride around the district.

Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Thomas H
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V T, Responsable relations publiques at Le Spinaker Boutique Hotel Spa Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 10 December 2017

Thanks! You are right, Port-Camargue is the biggest sailing resort in Europe, contrasting with the old fishing harbour and its little streets. You can discover, renting bikes in our Boutique Hotel, our town, mix of modern and ancient heritage. We will be pleased to see you, once again and more ;)

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Reviewed 5 October 2016 via mobile

Again we found ourselves making a bit of a last minute booking and Le Spinaker was a small detour and seemed decent enough at first website glance. In reality, the place looks a bit like hotel Citroen from the film The Life Aquatic, if you haven't seen it Hotel Citroen is a run down dump! Le Spinaker looks like it was given its last lick of paint in the seventies and smells a bit stale as well. Rooms (we saw another one before grudgingly accepting the room we are currently inhabiting) are small and a bit dark, they look like the cabin of a thirty year old motorboat, maintained on a budget, wooden planks adorn the ceiling but the gaps allow a view of the cobwebby void between the wood and the real ceiling. The fixtures and fittings are old, ugly, cheap and worn. The taps in the bathroom don't work properly and the bath itself is minuscule, there is no shower curtain or cubicle so when one takes a shower (standing in the bath, holding the shower head) the bathroom quickly looks like a tropical storm has passed through. The corridors are dark and painted like an aquarium, in an unironic way. The staircase up to the restaurant is like that of a tacky nightclub, snazzy music wafts through the room, I wasn't born in the seventies but this is exactly how I imagine it to be. The restaurant is physically very hot but has quite a cold atmosphere, lots of hard surfaces, it's not in the least bit inviting. Our delightful waiter took three attempts to make a half reasonable G&T, no joke. The first had no ice and was drowned in tonic. The second had a full lime in each glass and was therefore green and totally undrinkable, the third was ok but still could have been better. I didn't complain again for fear I might reduce him to tears. Main courses of sole meunière and lobster were absolutely excellent. Faultless and delicious. Dessert was, however, not good at all. What's worse than alcohol flavored chocolate? Cherry flavored chocolate isn't great, not is orange flavored chocolate, nor is liqueur but by far the worst flavoring a chef can give chocolate is chilli, rendering it instantly inedible. It was fashionable a few years ago to add chilli to just about everything, thankfully most people came to their senses and ditched this unpopular habit, not the chef at Le Spinaker who still thinks this is trendy. It's not. Chilli flavored anything is disgusting. What's shocking is that this place is recommended by Michelin and the Château & Hotels collection. Both are highly regarded for their quality. This place is not worth a second glance, even if it's on your route and you're knackered, go elsewhere. Unless you're a medallion wearing, seventies nightclub owner you will not enjoy it.

Stayed: October 2016, travelled with family
Thank Gerald M
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Reviewed 7 September 2016

We stopped off here by boat to view the hotel as we have friends coming down to stay in September. We liked the ambiance so much, we decided to stay for lunch! It was a lovely sunny day and the restaurant adjacent to the pool was a lovely spot. The food was tasty and very good. The wine was good too! Service friendly and helpful.

Stayed: August 2016
1  Thank Jenny H
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Reviewed 30 July 2016 via mobile

Not the first time here. Over all the years the so called 'free wifi' has always been a travesty of a working internet connection. Unfortunately this has not changed with the new ownership. The ookla speedcheck was not even able to begin a speed test because the latency of the wifi (or the internet router?) was so ridicolously lousy. Also, do not try to order something at the 'garden grill' after lunch...the latency of tje waiters seems to correspond fully with latency of the wifi. Result: do not come here when you need a working internet connection and responsive waiters.

Stayed: July 2016, travelled with family
Thank peter k
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Reviewed 10 September 2015 via mobile

Le Grau du Roi was our favorite stop on our 3 week tour of France. An unpretentious fishing village, this port has so much to offer! This hotel is tucked back on the marina, and there was ample private parking. (You do need a car to get around this area if you want to get to the "old town" by the old bullfighting arena.) The room was very large (we were in the African Safari room), and well appointed. Everything was immaculate and well maintained. The shower was amazing. Large and gorgeous. Our room opened onto a semi-private patio that looked out to the pool. The rooms were quiet, the location serene. It's quite a retreat. We didn't use any of the hotel amenities, but the hotel staff were very friendly and helpful. We will remember our stay fondly for years to come.

Stayed: July 2015, travelled as a couple
Thank Stacy G
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Direction S, Responsable relations clients at Le Spinaker Boutique Hotel Spa Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 13 September 2015

Many thanks for this so nice message ! You are very kind and we really hope to see you soon !

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