We took a family room and our 5 year old loves it and have no problem with the stairs. However, I did find that the height of the bunk to be too high, about 3 meters and the stairs doesn't have a hand railing for going up and down. The room feels cramed and considering it's a resort destination, we had alot of stuff and there aren't enough wardrobe space to keep them out of sight i.e. beach toys, mat etc. What was bothersome was that there was almost not much space to hang the wet bath towels not to mention the wet swimwear and beach towels. The beds are very soft and springy. The cleaniless is okay though the carpet is a little worn out. Aircon, taps and WC all funtioning well. The pool is a decent size, small but compared to what I've seen in this trip in 2 other hotels, the largest so far. It is very noisy though, our room faces the pool which is before the roads and in the night there are loud traffic noise. The location though is really ideal. It's a 15mins walk to the nearest beach and 20min stroll to the center where all the food and restaurants are. The stroll stretches across the marina so it's really lovely. I enjoyed this stroll very much. Just outside of the hotel are a small stretch of shops comprising: creperie (looks gd didn't try), boulangerie (very good, 5 euro breakfast with juice, coffee, pastry, half baguete with jam n butter, was there everyday), lidl supermarket, wine shop, basic kebab type of restaurant (had dinner there, great service, decent quality for its low price, quiet and private good for families with kids who can't sit still) and a laundromat. Directly across this stretch of shops are another stretch which we didn't try. The staff at hotel (this particular male staff) is helpful when asked but otherwise doesn't over patronize. The other lady staff wasn't as nice. All considered, it's rather overpriced at 150euro a night without breakfast, then again, it's August.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Azur hotel** is by the sea, is in the 'Michelin guide', 'le Routard' and 'le petit futé'. Charming establishment in the heart of Cap d'Agde's holiday station. Situated at the entrance of 'l'Ile des loisirs' (Isle of fun), 3 km from the largest Naturist Camp of Europe, two steps from the beach (plage Richelieu) and the port, opposite the golf course (9 and 18 holes). ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Azur France/Herault