We went here for a weekend and found the hotel to be a really charming place. A word in advance. It's in an older building, nicely renovated to a "beach" feeling - the rooms almost feel like staying with family. Installations are pretty new, and though the room wasn't huge everything was nicely done. Unfortunately we didn't stay long enough to really enjoy the rooftop terrace.
Staff was really nice all around, breakfast buffet was nice; though not too fancy.
A word of warning, though: The quaint charm comes with staircases only - no elevators. And although the place only has 3 stories and staff may help you with the luggage, this still means the hotel isn't accessible to those who can't climb stairs.
The beach is literally around the corner - while the hotel is in the second row, we felt that it was much nicer than the concrete places at the beachfront. Obviously you come here to go to the sea - they even have quite nice restaurants on the beach. The town has a small "shopping" street were you can sit and grab some galette, but that's about it.
Wireless Internet is provided (though Best Wester seems to do their best to make it really painful to log on to it...) They don't have their own parking, but it should be possible to find something in the streets around the hotel.More
- Free Wifi