This is a nicely maintained, modern hotel with cosy well stocked rooms. Reception are very helpful indeed and sorted us a really good restaurant for the evening. Nice and quiet as well, given it's locked in between a train line and road.
The receptionist welcomed us warmly and was very sweet! We had a very nice room, that was super silent, even if it was on the train tracks. Loads of windows, which made the light come in. We had a nice bathtub, that could be fixed (cracked on the side, mould in the corner). …
Our aim was to visit Val de Loire chateaux by our own car so we had chosen Tours city for this reason . The hotel was perfect for us as we don't want it in the heart of downtown . We find it easy to park free at the hotel , directly in front of it - only once we didn't find…
First..Why the heck is this picture of a beautiful Chateau advertising this mediocre hotel??? I will attach a picture of the real hotel and answer my own question. Its because this hotel located next to the train station is so unattractive and dingy looking. The rooms are super…
Having read many contradictory reviews I was interested to see what the reality was like. I was able to park directly outside and was warmly greeted at reception where my room was upgraded. All told a very good experience.
"ask for an upgrade and get a bigger room if possible on the 1 floor"
"Avoid choosing here."
"Rooms high in the building get better breezes."
"Any floor is good, I could see no advantages."
"Quieter rooms must be on the higher floors"
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