See why so many travellers make Le Clos des Oliviers their hotel of choice when visiting Bourg-Saint-Andeol. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to newspaper while staying at Le Clos des Oliviers. In addition, Le Clos des Oliviers offers a lounge, which will help make your Bourg-Saint-Andeol trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is paid private parking available on-site.
If you are looking for a good Mediterranean restaurant, you may want to check out Hotel Cote Cour while staying at Le Clos des Oliviers.
During your visit, be sure to check out Musee des anges - Lena Vandrey (0.2 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Le Clos des Oliviers as you experience all of the things Bourg-Saint-Andeol has to offer.
We stayed here because we were visiting family in a nearby town and this hotel had WIFI plus A/C. What was NOT mentioned was that it did NOT have a Lift to the upper floors. We are older 60+ travelers and the manager (a 40 year old male) on duty was unpleasant when I mentioned we'd expected a lift, and so he offered NO help taking our 2 bags upstairs (or down again in the morning!). We managed to drag them OK. The room was very small with a double bed; no real room to open 2 bags so we took turns. The TV was high up on the wall for space; the bath was OK for a 2 star hotel and the bed was adequate but nothing more. The A/C was set at 16 degrees so we had to turn it off for 2 hours to be comfortable. Oh yes, the "hotel parking" was an extra price too - again not advertised as such or we missed that detail... Fortunately there was a public lot nearby and we left by 9:30AM so no one gave us a ticket. We did enjoy our friends' good French dinner and breakfast at their home so I can say nothing about the food here but everything else - except the A/C - was cheap, cheap, cheap. If it is August and a the Rhone Valley is in a "canicule" (heat wave), then having the A/C - which worked well once we set the temperature properly - is important, then stay at this hotel; otherwise, know what you are getting in advance! The town is charming down by the Rhone but this hotel is not in the center either.…
To be fair we didn't stay at the hotel, we stopped for lunch. The hotel looked lovely from the outside and inside there was a pleasant dining room and lobby. We didn't see the rooms. We were driving down from the north and decided to use the old national road 86 rather than the motorway. When we reached Bourg Saint Andeol we saw a couple of restaurants and parked in the handy free car park just opposite the hotel. There was a lovely terrace and the menus were written up on blackboards, and there was an a la carte printed menu too. The price of menus started at only around 12 euros for main course and dessert. The grilled salmon was delicious with inventively cooked vegetables. The dessert of a fresh fruit tartelette was wonderful. The other main course was a piece of beef which was cooked with a wine sauce, perfectly prepared. Very well run establishment. For those staying at the hotel there was an enclosed car park. A lovely surprise for a lunchtime impromptu stop. In my opinion the restaurant deserved a 2 casserole Logis de France rating, rather than the 1 casserole it's been given. Judging from the restaurant I believe the hotel would be just as good.…
Very clean and tidy hotel in excellent location to visit the Gorges de l'Ardeche. We had a family room and although the 4th bed was not made, it was sorted out very quickly and efficiently. Buffet breakfast was acceptable but not outstanding. Everything was very fresh and the staff were friendly. We really liked our dinner, In the restaurant, sitting on the terrace. Children's menu was excellent, not the usual steak hache frites.
We were staying in a gite in the Ardeche mountains and decided to visit the Ardeche gorges and spend a night away before our return. The gorge trip was excellent and we were looking forward to staying at Le Clos des Oliviers which has high ratings in the Michelin Guide and also in Petit Fute. Our welcome was good and the rooms were fine, if rather corridor-like. Everything was clean, but it would have been nice if the limescale marks had been cleaned off the toilet and the hand basin. We went down to dinner expecting great things. Big mistake. We opted to eat from the menu instead of having the Etape meal. Oh dear. First we were given 3 menus - all different and all wrong! Having sorted that out, we chose our meal. My husband opted for the buffet from the Etape meal - a good choice. Excellent salads and meats. My brother and I had fish and salad which was OK but not startling. Second course was a disaster. My husband's magret de canard was so tough that he had difficulty cutting it. My brother and I had fish in pastry. My pastry came burnt black, with no explanation or apology! We ate the meals, but knew we could have produced much better back at the gite. For dessert, my husband's 'tarte fine au pommes' was anything but. The knife could hardly cut the pastry, and the apples had completely disappeared. We chose a Cote du Rhone at 29 euros expecting something a bit special. We would have done better to have had a carafe of the local plonk! The beds were comfortable so we had a good night, but we will definitely not be going back.…