Very charming and lovely hotel with nice, helpful staff. Very nice accommodation. Dog friendly. Off street, secure parking. Great buffet breakfast. Superb position in town! What more can one ask? We will visit again.
Great small B&B style hotel. Well appointed and traditional. Nice courtyard for breakfast. Lovely pool. Parking extra but worth it as parking in Collioure is a nightmare. If they cleared away afternoon tea trays promptly from the pool area and moved towels ‘left for later’ on loungers it would be perfect
We arrived by car on a hot afternoon in early June; the car park is private and secluded at the back of the hotel. The receptionist met us in the car park and showed us the way, past the pool, to the hotel. Everything about this hotel has been carefully thought through; it feels very much like a labour of love! The swimming pool area is delightful, as are the courtyard gardens leading to the main building. Our room was on the second floor, in the roof space. It was very tastefully decorated, with a comfortable bed with fairly decent pillows, and a modern bathroom with shower. The room, and the rest of the hotel were very quiet and peaceful. The only fault with the room is that the shower was too low for me (I am just over 6’ tall), but it was such a minor thing it does not stop me giving a 5 star review. Breakfast was excellent, with eggs, mushrooms, tomatoes and some meat (we don’t eat meat), cheeses, smoked salmon, delicious fresh bread and pastries and more. Everything here is just really good. The staff are friendly, welcoming and efficient, the public spaces are beautiful, and the decor is really well done. Even though it is an old building, it feels fresh and loved! Highly recommended!…
For me the most important things about a hotel are the location and the sleep quality and La Casa Pairal scores hugely on these. It is right in the centre of this lovely town, and we so like being in the centre so we can easily walk out to eat, drink, shop & sight see. Our room was comfortable and quiet and near the (heated) pool so husband could swim. The garden is pretty and you walk through it to the private car park and, in our case, from our room to the dining room for breakfast. The wi-fi was excellent and everything in the room worked well. My one gripe was that the wash basis plug hole was apparently deliberately "designed" not to be able to close, as it was fitted with a raised, perforated disc. So you can't put water in the basin even to wash your face, never mind to rinse out your smalls! How crazy is that? Even my emergency universal plug didn't fit. But if that is all that is wrong with a hotel it's still pretty good. Breakfast was excellent with charming staff looking after you. The whole building is beautiful and we loved it and can't wait to go back. We'll need to save up first though.…
Seated in the secluded gardens or by its swimming pool, you would not know that this charming old hotel is located right in the centre of Collioure. Our room was clean and well equipped, and opened onto a delightful outdoor space complete with fountain and sitting areas. The self-serve breakfast, taken in the large dining room or in the courtyard, offers a wide selection of foods, including hot fare. North Americans might quibble at the size of the bed and the firmness of the mattress, or even think there should be more tv channels and better WIFi available given the price of the room. But the hotel's pluses more than make up for these easily corrected defects. We are looking forward to our next stay here.
25 years of visiting this wonderful hotel and never once a disappointment. It oozes warm and friendly atmosphere. Everyone is so helpful and friendly, nothing is too much trouble. It never feels like a hotel, it feels like you have just gone back home. We just wish we could visit more frequently.
Located in the center of this small town, this old mansion has been transformed in a pleasant feel good hotel with very friendly and helpful staff. My room under the roof was small but tastefully decorated and with all amenities. Pity for the dull entrance doors upstairs with a very cheap feel. There is a next door private parking, which is essential as parking is a challenge in this town. Nice buffet breakfast in the garden, but missed the cereals.
This is a very pretty quirky hotel in a brilliant location but we felt the whole experience was overpriced. We visited in February - well out of season - and paid over 130€ for a small room. On arrival we were told the hotel wasn’t busy and there were rooms available with a balcony and pool view so we could upgrade if we wanted. Obviously we were very pleased - until the very nice receptionist said there would be an extra charge of 40€. Really don’t know why they couldn’t offer the upgrade for free? The breakfast was OK but nothing special and certainly not worth the 16€ each that we paid. It sounds like I’m a bit of a cheapskate but actually I’m not - I just don’t like being ripped off!
Collioure is a wonderful seaside town and well worth a few days visit. For us, it was small enough to be easily walkable but with enough features to want to stay, We stayed for 3 nights in mid October with good weather and smaller crowds. The Casa Pairal is perfectly located at the edge of the old town. If you are driving, you should reserve a spot at the hotel especially in high season as public parking is available across the street but limited. Others have written about finding the hotel and parking, and while it is somewhat difficult to see due to the usual small signage in France, it should not be a concern. For easiest access, drive into town and stop at the combined taxi stand, tourist train and parking lot. Walk across the street through a laneway to the front of the hotel. The staff will direct you to parking. The hotel itself was quiet with courtyard rooms away from any noise of which there was littlel Our ground floor room was above average for the class but the room was a little smaller. The garden/fountain/pool area was quite pleasant. We chose this hotel for location and a ground floor room for mobility issues and we were very satisfied. From our perspective, this is the best place to stay in Colioure.…
The entrance to the hotel car park is very tight with a security barrier. The car park is equally as tight with the hotel asking to retail your car keys so that the can move them around as they wish. I refused to do this and had to move my car when asked. This is despite our group booked parking places in advance. The car park is shared with their adjacent sister hotel.You then have to walk around the garden and pool to get to reception. Having said all of this the bedrooms are all different leading off the garden. The breakfasts are good. This hotel is ideally located fotr the beach, markets and excellent restaurants.