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Cazaudehore et La Forestiere

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#3 of 6 hotels in Saint-Germain-en-Laye
Cazaudehore is the name of a family and a place that embodies for three generations the art of living and receiving in Saint-Germain-en-Laye.Just twenty minutes from Paris, in the heart of the thick forest of oaks and in the setting of a beautiful garden, the hotel and its restaurant, member of the Relais & Chateaux chain for 40 years compose a getaway near and far. Near by its accessibility, by far by the feeling of escape it provides.Here act the magic of a a natural setting enhanced by excellent comfort and gastronomy, cadenced by the swing of jazz music on Friday nights. For a bucolic lunch or a dinner by the fireplace, during a few days, Cazaudehore La Forestière is the refuge of a family home, where you feel at home, better than at home. A beautiful hideaway, near the capital.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Banquet room
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Dry cleaning
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Breakfast buffet
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A genuinely warm welcome from the minute I arrived (after 11PM) right through my 3-day stay. An excellent breakfast every morning (you need to order eggs if you want them as they are not on the buffet but they come perfectly prepared and accompanied by a fresh salad), and the dinner menu, though limited, was inventive and delicious, with a very good wine list. I was there with family members including 2 young children and the entire staff could not do enough for us - one lovely young woman even babysat one night so we adults could go into town for a meal on our own. Yes, some of the rooms could use some updating but they were very clean, good lighting, quiet at night, and everything worked including the heat. It's a smallish property, which is nice, and it really does feel as if you're staying in someone's lovely country house. Again, the staff was superb at every level and their efforts created a wonderful ambience. It's an easy Uber ride into Saint-Germaine-en-Laye (or a pretty, 30-minute walk if you feel like it), and the town is a fairy tale kind of place with huge, wonderful gardens, a castle, excellent restaurants, and charming side streets. I felt very much at home and I would definitely go back.
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Stopped off here on my way from Spain to UK. The location is very much within the Paris traffic area and even with GPS it was a challenge to reach through rush hour traffic. The location itself is very tranquil and the welcome was warm. I was very pleased to be able to eat a full meal in my room (which was comfortable and nicely furnished). I shall definitely plan to return.
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Have now stayed in 20+ relais chateaux. Perhaps just time of year but was underwhelming. Rooms were charming but need improvements eg better mattresses and plumbing, restaurant was good but staff not friendly. They could also take better care of their garden and add some extra touches as this is really not very special or unique. A good hotel but not worthy of Relais Chateaux status! Its also supposed to be quiet but heard some music late a night somewhere...once it was out finally able to sleep soundly. Also after hearing so much about Saint Germain I was expecting more. The forest is OK not beautiful and the town is very boring..only thing interesting to see is the archeological museum.
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Haven of peace and beauty - 30 min walking to RER A and Louis the 14th birthplace and castle through beautiful woods. Then 25 min to Chatelet by subway. We walked once, took a bus another, and also took a cab when we were tired. You can also park near the RER. There was a mistake made on our reservation and management gave us a complimentary room to accommodate our family of four. Dinner was superb in the courtyard, and the breakfast buffet was exactly was each of us needed (and traveling with 2 teenagers, it is not a given). The grounds and rooms are dreamy. One caveat: The Avenue de Kennedy being retrofitted, it makes for a strange drive in, but well worth it. I would love to go back soon. Thank you to the staff for a fantastic long weekend!
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Nice property in Saint Germain en Laye. Thanks to the lovely Laurence I was able to reserve last minute a superior room. Room was, as expected, old fashioned but charming. Could have improve bedding but loved the old bathtub and decor. Not for everyone I'm sure. The issue was mainly at the hotel which I understand is not exactly operated by the hotel ?? This IS one of they key reasons this hotel is part of the Relais Chateau- and whilst the food was delicious, the servers really need to work on their manners. Only the young lads seemed friendly and keen to help. One man who looked like a cross between Sarkozy and count drakula was quite rude at breakfast when I asked not to be sat between other guests on the account of being alone. Fair point considering the restaurant is HUGE and plenty of seats at the entire breakfast area...I tried to make a joke when he resisted saying that we anglos prefer our space and he stormed off making some odds gestures. This of course was upsetting because the man acted way out of line for no reason and for such an exquisite hotel, surely staff can keep their composure especially over a request for seating? I decided that was enough and voice my displeasure to reception. Now here is the fun part. While Laurence at reception was diplomatic about this..the restaurant manager came to talk to me and stared at me as if I was some kind of hooligan. Incredible. Im not sure what happened next if lost in translation but as I had dined there the prior night (very delicious food) and left my jacket, the manager handed it to me as if indicating I should leave...for the sake of my hunger and sanity I just decided to shut my mouth sit down and eat like a good little boy! :) Very very odd indeed!!! Even one other guest was laughing and apologetically came to speak to me and said he thought staff were rather odd and inflexible. I suppose the staff don't like complaints from anglophones let alone one that is perceived to be 'jeune'. Ive now stayed in over 20 Relais Chateaux and have thoroughly enjoyed every one. Mostly in France. Food is always exquisite but normally staff are very very attentive and friendly...so I have to say this was by far my worst Relais Chateaux experience!!! Shame as great location being 20 mins outside central Paris! On a final note there was someone playing loud music in some building nearby so while supposed to be quiet could hear bass ...perhaps only on weekends but they should hopefully address the issue as this is a core benefit of staying here - to get some peace and rest!
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