See why so many travelers make Le Cise their hotel of choice when visiting Ault. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a luxury setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Le Cise is a luxury hotel offering a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a minibar in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features newspaper, a coffee shop, and a sun terrace. Plus, guests can enjoy a hot tub and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Ault. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While staying at Le Cise, you may want to check out Restaurant Le Cise (0.0 mi) which is a short walk away.
If you’re looking for something to do, Ault Lighthouse is a nice way to spend some time.
At Le Cise, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Ault.
Arrival,in a car park by reception,tatty.The young girl on reception was down right rude, unhelpful,brisk. Found our room( very,very expensive) our hearts fell,plastic,sticky,broken light and kettle lid, leaky sink tap,two single quilts on a double bed,and overlooking the hot tub .We phoned the travel agent that had booked it to leave there and then,the receptionist was very rude to her also. Look at the prices,it was never in a million years worth the price. Left the next morning. We did eat in the restaurant,and the staff were lovely. Food was good,but, we chose very carefully. One of our worst experiences of a hotel,ever!
Wonderful scenery, beautiful view from our window on the cliffs and the sea. Room quite narrow due to the built-in bathtub which you have to get used to. Restaurant with beautiful terrace, very good food and good service (despite the negative comments on some websites). Very kind and helpful staff.
We booked a suite during the lockdown time (curfew at 6 pm) .we got a room on the separate building (44) with Japanese bath option. The view was great and the room quite pretty and tidy but definitely too small even to walk around the bed. Moreover we had to dine in the room due to the curfew law and we asked a chair or some solution but the staff pushed back. The staff forgot part of the orders and the room dine and breakfast was already cold when it arrived. The sauna is extremely small for 2 and there is no space to cool down and no extra towels are given. So...beautiful view but the hotel is charging luxury prices for a service of a 2 stars.
Very nice location for this hotel, but you must choose the rooms with sea view or the suites. If you go for a classical room you can be next to the laundry with a parking view. The restaurant has nothing particular to offer; very basic cooking, no orginality. So despite the very beautiful location, the comfort of the rooms and the calm, the quality/price level is not justified.
Booked for 3 night getaway out of the UK for the first time in 2020 so chose to go with a 'junior suite'. Whilst the room size was OK, the 'shabby chic' decor was a fail. The bed was extremely uncomfortable due to the use of a plastic mattress cover which caused sweating and general restlessness. The bathroom design was plain odd with both walls and floor made from pebbles so it was not good to walk on. The restaurant was over priced and the availability of drinks was poor. My partner ordered a gin and tonic - they had no tonic. She then asked for a biere rouge (widely available in the areas) but none available. She then ordered a cider (again a staple drink in the region) but they only had one bottle left. Food was adequate at best. Worst of all the village had a festival on our last night and we were unable to get back to the hotel due to roadblocks. Only after begging the organisers were we allowed through. Very loud fireworks started at 11pm just as we'd got into bed and turned off the light! The hotel should have warned its guests this event was happening so we could plan around it. …