As the name suggests, this hotel is ideally situated for a visit to the many sites associated with the Allied landings in June '44. It is thus frequented a lot by American tourists -- at least when we were there. The golf course surrounding the hotel would help, too, to attract visitors from overseas. As a hotel, the place is good enough, even if there are signs of tear and wear after a good 25 years in business. We lived in a duplex room -- our two teenage boys loved the upstairs bedroom -- which is smaller than it appears to be on the hotel's website but none the less pleasant for that. Excellent pool, a small sauna and fitness room, and a great breakfast buffet made our stay special. Also, if a 30 minute walk to the near-by port of Port-en-Bessain does not frighten you, make sure that you don't walk next to the main road but opt for the more scenic way by the coast; ask in the hotel and they will provide you with a map: excellent restaurants await you and what a wonderful hike!