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Hotel Le Revest

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#8 of 24 hotels in Sainte-Maxime
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Centrally Located
Languages Spoken
English, French, German, Italian
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
Rooftop pool
Breakfast available
Non-smoking hotel
Sun terrace
Public wifi
Outdoor pool
Breakfast buffet
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Air conditioning


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86Good for walkers
Grade: 86 out of 100
60Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
10Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
3Room tips
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We got 2 rooms, one is standard, the other is economy, though I could not tell any difference. Bathroom is very small, toilette is right next to sink. Wifi connection is very bad. Though the location is quite good and there are some payable parking nearby.
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Response from dinhotelf, Receptionniste at Hotel Le Revest
Responded Oct 13, 2018
Dear Jiayi, Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts on our hotel. The difference between the two rooms is the area. Thank you for your constructive comment. Looking forward to seeing you next time. Sarah
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I was here for a weekend to run in a local marathon. I had booked online a long time ago and was grateful that the hotel had not raised its prices at all for this new event. The staff were very friendly and helpful throughout and the room was spotless and cleaned regularly during my stay. Surprisingly for such a small hotel it actually has a swimming pool on the roof. Breakfast was buffet style and contained a bit of everything...fresh fruit, fruit juice, ham, cheese, eggs, cereals, toast, lots of fresh bread, pastries, Yoghurt etc.. I paid 65 euro in March and 10.50 for breakfast. This is for a hotel that is 2 mins walk from a nice beach on the Cote d'Azur...hard to argue with that for value
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Stayed here after reading some good reviews on here - we booked a double room for around £80 a night which I think is a little pricey for a 2 Star hotel and we were very disappointed to be shown our room, a tiny room on the top floor behind a wall so small that you could barely walk around the bed and dark and windy, yes windy on day one if the window was open the wind howled through the room like a film sound effect.. To be fair, the staff were extremely friendly and helpful and the standard of repair and cleanliness was spot on - no complaints in that department - it is clean and it is friendly and it's bang in the middle of town. It's just that you need to book the right room - we paid an extra Euros 15 a night and were lucky to be moved to the front - bigger room (but still small) with a little balcony looking out over the street (17) - much better and well worth the extra payment. We were told that we could park all day in the municipal car park by the hotel which is true except that on Friday (unknown to us) there is a big open market there and you can't park there up until 3 pm - we found our car encased in the market and received a 35 Euro fine when we returned to the UK - so be warned. My wife always brings tea bags with her so we were a bit miffed to be charged 3 Euros for a cup of hot water and another 3 euros for a cup of milk - so 6 Euros every time my wife wanted a cup of her own tea - I think the hotel could be a little more big hearted to it's paying guests? On a positive note, my wife lost a gold cross off her necklace on the day we left - we called the hotel, they searched and then called to say they'd found it - very impressed with that. So in summary, probably the cheapest hotel you'll find in St Maxime, extremely clean and very friendly and perfectly located - just choose a good room (17 has a balcony) and watch out for the parking. To be fair to the hotel everything and everywhere if very expensive in St Maxime! :)
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The second visit to this very pretty hotel! The staff are warm, welcoming and friendly. Nothing is too much trouble. The rooms are immaculate and freshly laundered daily. Le Reveste is in the most perfect location about 500yards from the most stunning beach and port of Sainte Maxime. Fabulous restaurants and bars are all all the door step!! The little pool on the terrace is such a treat and it's lovely to spend the some time there unwinding after a long day on the beach! I cannot recommend this hotel enough it is fab and well priced considering!!! The staff went above and beyond to make our stay absolutely fantastic Thank you
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Very nice hotel, great location and well priced. Room rate varies upon the size of the room. We chose the lowest rate (95 Euro/night) and the room was very small..... Possibly a bit too small as we had luggage and had been travelling for a month. Having said that, we only slept in the room and so it was fine. Good air conditioning, which was ice cold, if needed. Room has a safe to store valuables. We looked into the larger rooms and they are significantly larger with a large bathroom etc. (you get what you pay for). The rooms are cleaned daily to a very high standard, in fact, the cleanliness of the rooms made up for the lack of size. Breakfast is available for 9.5/person euros and consists of a selection of yoghurt, muesli, cold meats, cheese, pastries, Tea and coffee. Nice pool and sun terrace on the roof. Pool good for kids with glass pool fence and not too deep. We went to the pool from 8.30 - 11.30 one day and two women 'reserved' 2 x sun beds at 9.00am and NEVER returned.... how rude! The hotel is in a great location, short walk to the beach, centre of St Maxime, Casino, ferry to St Tropez etc. Lots of lovely restaurants in the area, too many to choose from! We flew into Marseille and hired a car. There was no parking, except for side streets, free from 8.00pm - 9.00am. We dropped the car off at St Racheal and got the bus back to St Maxime (3 euro each). The 7601 bus is every hour or so and travels between St Tropez and St Raphael and back. Very cheap, though totally recommend the ferry to St Tropez..... the only was to arrive. Ferry runs every 30 mins (or less) and all night in the summer months. Just be warned, it is popular route as the trainline stops in St Raphael and the only way to st Maxime or St Tropez by road is the 7601 bus (or taxi) when the bus is full, it's full and you could be left stranded! (Best get to the bust stop early) Delphine was absolutely lovely and looked after us. Perfect English and was able to provide lots of recommendations.
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$90 - $181 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
FranceProvence-Alpes-Cote d'AzurFrench Riviera - Cote d'AzurSainte-Maxime
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