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Reviewed 11 October 2016 via mobile

The 5* review is based on the value experienced for room rate of €46! We chose the hotel to avoid the Paris traffic on a Friday evening whilst travelling east from Ouistreham. Based on the traffic chaos viewed on the A13 travelling west from Paris, we made the right choice.

As normal, the room is spartan, but fine for an overnight transit stop. We found the room larger than other B&B Hotels we have experienced and spotlessly clean. However, I would wish they supply larger pillows or an additional pillow. The towels were rather thin and would need to be replaced in the near future.

The best point about the hotel is its location, which is just off the RN13, in a safe and pleasant residential area, rather than a industrial/commercial area where most transit hotels are now located. So if required, good dining options are available within walking distance.

Breakfast was excellent value as normal and the hotel offers safe and free parking.

Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Andrew J
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Reviewed 27 August 2015

Clean and does what is on the tin.
Friendly "gerant" but cleaning ladies just go in your room without knocking...
Breakfast really good value for money. I always stay in BB because good for families of 3/4 persons

  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled with family
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Thank BibiVillareal
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Reviewed 8 April 2014

Ever since I discovered B&B hotels last year, while touring Europe, I have sought them out for my lodging needs for several reasons: widely dispersed throughout the parts of Europe I vacation in (Germany, France, Spain has a few); they are Spartan, but wholly adequate to stage your personal items within and get a good night's sleep in; generally clean; have standardized rooms you can count on regardless of location; are relatively inexpensive, especially near major cities like Paris; gated parking areas are secured after hours; controlled access at all hours. Even though I am writing for this particluar B&B, most of what I will write applies to all B&B hotels. Using a booklet of B&B hotels you can pick up in any of their lobbies, you can pre-select where you want to reserve a room. You can ask the manager to call ahead and make a reservation for you, call yourself, or book online. We chose to book at B&B Louveciennes as I had stayed there last year when I visited the Palace of Versailles (it is only about 10 kilometers from the palace and a very short drive into the center of Paris). We were given a reservation code at the time we made the reservation - ensure you do not forget that code, or lose it, as if you check in after hours there is little recourse as B&B Hotels normally do not man their check-in desks after 9:00 PM or until about 6:30 AM. If you arrive after hours you can check in at the computer station just outside the main entrance of all B&B hotels - follow the on screen instructions, enter your reservation code, and you will receive a room code (print it out, just to be sure) - that room code will open the vehicle gate locked after hours, the main entrance doors to the B&B hotel also locked after hours, as well as your room (there is a keypad at each of these locations). If you have not yet made a reservation, you can use a credit card (ensure that your card has the PIN secured hologram Europe uses, rather than the magnetic stripe used in the U.S. - you can request one from your company by telling them you need one that works in Europe) to make one at the same computer station - follow the on screen instructions and the screen will display what room options remain available for the evening - when you run into the term "Lits", that means beds - so, for my adult son and I, I chose the room option of "1-2 pers. 2 Lits Indiv" so that we had two twin beds instead of a shared double or queen. If you run into any problems, look for the small intercom system close to the computer station - pressing the button apparently connects you to a live operator at a central location that can assist you. The cost of the room per night was 65 Euros for a weekday and 56 Euros for a weekend day ($91.65 / $78.96 at the .71 Euros to dollars exchange rate in effect at the time - to convert Euros to dollars, at that exchange rate, multiply Euros by 1.41 to determine dollars), a fairly reasonable room rate - the room rates may vary depending on the day of the week (the rates are less on weekends) or if pre-booked online the rates are significantly lower. We ordered the "Petits Dejeuners" (breakfast) for 6 Euros ($8.46) per person - for breakfast, most B&B hotels include a fairly good spread of cold cereals with milk; yogurt; croissants, rolls, and sweetbreads; butter and jams; scrambled eggs (usually watery as milk is not used in preparation), "bacon" (actually cooked but not cured pork bellies); juices such as orange, apricot, apple; hot chocolate, coffee or tea; sometimes fresh fruits such as apples, oranges, grapes. So, breakfast is also reasonable.

  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled with family
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1  Thank Daniel A
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Reviewed 7 August 2010

I have stayed at this hotel many times and it is satisfactory and good value for money. However, on a previous visit I complained to the management about the state of the bed cover (couvette) which was heavily stained. When I stayed there recently, yes again, I had a stained bed cover! This is not satisfactory regardless of cost, it is positively disgusting.

Also, the hotel was reinvigorated recently and the curtains are not as good as the previous set - they let too much light in the room.

No comments sheets were available in the room and I did not see any at the reception desk.

  • Stayed: August 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank antifacebook1
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
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Stayed: October 2018, travelled on business
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