Stayed here for 1 night, Friday night. On way to somewhere else this hotel (beside a industrial estate) was well priced. It was a lovely evening and they have an open area with seats outside, I fancied a bottle of wine but when I asked at reception they were out of STOCK, yes, NO wine... amazing. got a bottle of beer instead. Friendly staff.
This hotel was a stopover for me chosen for its proximity to the railway station. It is around 10 minutes walk from the cathedral and the centre of town. Clean and bright and very stylish. However, no mini fridge and no air-conditioning meant the room I was in was not suitable for a longer stay. Automatic shutters allowed the windows to remain open and fresh air circulate through the room so it stayed fairly cool. The amenities included a small coffee maker, luggage rack and a well appointed and sizeable bathroom. Breakfast choices were good and the jams from the local area were delicious. As mentioned no lift and quite windy stairs to negotiate if you are on the first or second floor.
The location opposite the railway station made this an ideal location for us as we arrived in and left Quimper by TGV. Our room in the Max Jacob Villa was modern and clean with good bathroom facilities. The external electric shutters on the window were a real asset for cutting out light. The steps up to the room are a little steep but that is not unusual in many small European hotels. Breakfast in the small dining area was very good value for money as there was a generous amount of food provided. Excellent creperie right next door was a bonus. The walk to town which we did at least once every day was on flat ground and took us no more than a pleasant 10 minutes. We never felt any unease with the walk. There is a free electric bus which runs regularly from the station into the centre of town if walking is an issue. We found the hotel to be a great base for our week in Quimper. …
This is a clean place - but as its two-star rating suggests - more of a guest house than a hotel. No lifts and our room was on the second floor. Stairs steep and a bit treacherous. It’s also a long way from the town centre and its cafes, a walk of 15-20 minutes. The area around the station isn’t the most salubrious and I wouldn’t want to walk back late evening alone from the centre to the hotel. We stayed at a four star Mercure in another town the following night and paid 30 euros more for our room. But for that 30 euros we had a completely different and better hotel experience. Maybe worth bearing in mind in future.
Someone's hair remained on the floor, bed and bath room before I used...But the staffs were so kind and some of them can speak English so easy to communicate. The breakfast was also good. Only cleaning was concerned.