Its a bit out of the way but very convenient for American D-Day memorials. The purpose of our trip was to visit these, also Juno Beach where my father landed. In this respect, the choice of hotel was not the best because Juno is quite a complicated and surprisingly long drive from this location. However, the Omaha memorial and cemetry is something everyone should see. No wonder there were so many American Veterans in the hotel, proudly discussing their experiences.
As for the hotel itself, I could only give it average, although under different circumstances, this would be a good place to stay. The main thing that spoilt it for us was the disparity in the two rooms I booked. Room 214 is a reasonable sized room next to a service room. It has airconditioning and a view of the pool through a small window. Everything was clean and we were quite satisfied apart from the shower that flooded the floor every time. The other room 221
was one of the smallest rooms I have ever seen a double bed in. It has no view and no airconditioning. Both rooms were charged at the same rate so we asked for a different room. Unfortunately, as the hotel was full this was not possible but we were not offered a discount.
Although we were not satisfied on this occasion I am sure that it is possible to have a very good, relaxing stay here dependent on your luck with room allocation.