Spent one night here during a short tour of the WW1 battlefields. The hotel is right on the golf course in a quiet area about ten minutes drive from Arras town centre. We had a "comfort" room, which is the cheapest and most basic. It was clean, fairly spacious and perfectly adequate but with few frills. We decided to have dinner in the restaurant, which turned out to be a fairly charmless room downstairs. They served only a fixed price (24 euro) three-course menu with a couple of choices for each course. The food was adequate but reminded me of the fare you sometimes get at mass catered events i.e. designed to make things easy for the kitchen rather than to wow the diners - slice of pate to start, chicken or fish with a sauce for main and a slice of gateau or cheese to finish - you know the sort of thing. The hotel does have a separate a la carte restaurant in a different building so that might have been a better choice. Can't comment on the breakfast as we decided to take it in Arras. The reception and bar staff were very friendly and professional and the golf course looked attractive.
- Also Known As:
- Hotel Du d Arras
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In one of the most beautiful French Golf environment, come to enjoy the charm and comfort of one of 63 rooms (including 6 junior suites & 2 maxi suites).You will be charmed by our white-wood Hotel situated only 10 minutes from Arras. ... more less
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