Superior room in modern block, ground floor. Quite stylish, Kettle, tea and coffee in room and nice and warm. Very little storage just a few hangers on a rail, no shelves or drawers to put undies in or on and nowhere for a big suitcase. Biggest gripe is the same for most hotels I stay in - NO ELECTRIC SOCKETS ANYWHERE NEAR A MIRROR!!! Forget trying to use hairdrier/straighteners or hotbrush. There is a dryer on the wall in the bathroom but its not in sight of a morror! Must have been designed by a man. Bathroom is a wet room with good shower and a seat for crumblies like me, which is good. Sink is a nightmare, tap on a sensor and a weird plug thing. Press it once to close and press again to empty. Trouble is if you want a wet shave you have to be quick lads as water runs away. Sensor turns tap on at most inconvenient moment. Also water goes everywhere and it stays wet a long time. If someone needs the loo after shower is used you either go in there barefoot or put towels down. Busy road outside but once roller shutters were down I slept ok. Small restaurant with very limited menu. Starters and desserts are buffets and quite good, you can just have starter and pud if you like. No main meals with veggies or potatoes apart from frites and haricot vert. Staff are all friendly and helpful. Breakfast at 9 euro is usual bready carby stuff. Don't fall into the trap we did of going 1 mile down road towards Rouen to Mackie D's - they dont serve a breakfast menu. No sausage or bacon and egg McMuffin here! Guess the French aren't interested in breakfast. Would stay here again for one night if en route to somewhere but not good as a base camp
002 is motel style with disabled parking bay right outside the door and very close to reception and...
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