We have spent two one-night visits here recently: one in early December and one just before Christmas. Don’t be put off by the rather undistinguished exterior because inside the hotel has been very tastefully decorated, retaining many original features of the old building (beams, terracotta floors) augmented by modern, understated decoration and furnishings. Our “standard” rooms, up two flights of stairs, were a bit small but perfectly serviceable, with comfortable beds on both occasions. The bathrooms were modern and clean, but the walk-in showers lacked doors, resulting in lots of water on the bathroom floor.
We ate dinner in the hotel restaurant and can recommend it highly. The cuisine is modern in style, very well-prepared and, most importantly, consistently delicious. The service was friendly and efficient.
Our breakfasts were typical French hotel buffets (bread, cereal, yoghurt, cheese, sausage, juice and coffee), but with better than normal ingredients; the cheese and sausage weren’t “industrial” but were locally sourced organic products.
The hotel seems to be well-run with very welcoming and helpful staff. I found I’d forgotten a UK to French power adaptor; when I asked if they could help, in short order I was provided with one to borrow .
Overall, we enjoyed our two stays very much. Our return visit testifies to our good experience the first time around. Given the modest price, Les Remparts delivers quite good value. Since our visits were out of season when the hotel was almost empty, I can’t vouch for what it would be like in high season. I hope we can try it again this summer to find out.
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