Visited this hotel several years ago during April with an old friend. Just came across it while 'surfing', and thought I'd pass along some information about our stay.
My buddy and I were visiting the battlefields, so a comfortable hotel was not high on our agenda. The Luxembourg was fine. It is small, but centrally located (Bayeux is not very large anyhow) and clean. We really enjoyed our stay for some bizarre reasons. When we first got in a young man working the desk checked us in (although he was more interested in chatting up a young lady who was also behind the desk). We got our key, and the young couple disappeared. We had no idea where to go so we wandered. There was literally no one around. We went into a kitchen, It was large and clean, and we checked out what was being served that evening and helped ourselves to some bread and butter. Finally found our room - small but nice. It contained two single beds, a set of drawers, and bath (again small but clean). The room colors were rather bright, especially when the rest of the hotel was more dark and earthy. Went out touring the area which was very pleasant and safe.
When we returned to the hotel, again we found no one available even though there was a line for the movie theater across the street. There was another young man bartending (while also feeding the lobsters in the tank), and of course we asked where was the best place to go for drinks. Interestingly he did not recommend the hotel. We ended up at an Irish Pub with a Scottish name (Loch Ness?) full of Belgium girls speaking English. Getting back to our room, my friend decided we should have separate rooms (he snores!). So we went behind the reception desk (again no one there) and got another key. We left a note (in French and English), but never heard from anyone, went back through the kitchen and sipped some wine that was open on the counter, and had a pleasant sleep in our rooms.
Next morning was breakfast. A very small but pleasant dining room with good food and excellent service. We told our waiter about our adventures and asked who we should talk to. She smiled and just shrugged her shoulders. We spent the day at the beaches and touring the battle areas (truly interesting and moving). When we returned to the hotel that night my friend went to his "room". Only this time there had been an influx of British high school students on an educational field trip. He (a large red-bearded Yank) had an interesting time explaining to a few of them why he was removing his clothes from their drawers! We went back to the reception desk to try and sort everything out. The person at the desk had gone to supposedly get some bags. There were some late arriving high school kids there and they were getting fidgety, so we went behind the desk and got them their room keys and checked them in as best we could (there was a paper with names and room assignments on the desk). We went back through the kitchen. This time there was a chef in there who asked if we we were looking for the carpark (?!). We ended up chatting with him for a while and sharing some fairly good cheese.
We checked out the next morning. A different person was at the desk and really didn't want to hear our story. We were charged for one room, one night, and one breakfast despite our saying we owed more (probably considerably more).
All in all, I would go back to this hotel. It was clean, and sure provided us with one of the most interesting/amusing stays I have ever enjoyed.
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