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Le Clos de l'Aube Rouge

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Room & Suite (8)
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#2 of 2 hotels in Castelnau-le-Lez
Certificate of Excellence
A few minutes from Montpellier, le Clos de l'Aube Rouge, 3* Hotel, welcomes you with a restaurant, a leisure activities club and meeting-rooms. Direct access to the town center and the railway station by tramway (station:Aube Rouge) - summer swimming-pool, sauna, jacuzzifitness-room, tennis, squash and ping-pong add to your pleasure. Parking closed and wifi free access.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Tennis court
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Business Center with Internet Access
Free internet
Hot tub
Breakfast buffet
Meeting rooms
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Room service
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Grade: 40 out of 100
30Restaurantswithin 0.75 miles
2Attractionswithin 0.75 miles
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I stayed there on my way to bordeaux, euro2016. Little bit out from town, 3 star hotel, and great. Clean, nice rooms, very nice pool outside, good food for breakfast. I enjoyed my stay there.. Excelent 3 star hotel..
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This property is conveniently located near my husband's mother's home. We stayed there twice on our recent trip. It offers many of the conveniences that Americans would expect that are not always options in Europe including adjoining rooms, late night hotel bar, English-speaking staff, and ice available. It's comparable to a Holiday Inn in the US. If you're looking to stay in Montpelier, understand that it's in the suburbs and is a 10 - 15 minute drive from the historic downtown area.
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We found this hotel in Montpellier on the internet and took a chance. Glad we didn't read the Tripadvisor comments as we found it to be very good. The rooms were spacious and very clean and comfy. The welcome from Jessica at reception couldn't have been better, as were all the staff. The pool was a welcome addition. Yes it is in the middle of an industrial estate, but so are a lot of out-of-town hotels. the restuarant food was not very good, but we found the food in France generally not so good! There was a plentiful choice for breakfast which was much better. The tram into Montpellier stoped almost right outside, and the city was vibrant and lively. An excellent base if you want to take in Montpellier and the local area. Nimes was well worth the drive. We hope to go back some day.
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The choice of this hotel was to do with logistics rather than any desire to go to this area. We had a rental car to return to a place outside of Montpelier and it made more sense to stay outside than in the centre of town which was full of roadworks and traffic jams. I found the hotel on Trip Advisor and thought it sounded okay. Well, it was like stepping back in time to the 80s. The hotel seemed to have been a holiday hotel and you could imagine it being close to the beach - and perhaps the area was once more appealing. However, the hotel is now in the centre of a commercial zone and is surrounded by wholesalers and car dealerships. The depressing location and aspect of the hotel wasn't enhanced by the lousy weather but there wasn't much that could help this place. The dining room was unattractive and was so dark we could barely see our breakfast. The woman on reception was efficient but, when we couldn't work out the bizarre lighting system in the room, she was positively brusque and irritated that she had to come up to the room and show us. Otherwise, the staff were helpful. It was simple and quick to get from there into the centre of town so at least we didn't have to stay in the are for the evening meal. I would say you should only go there if you absolutely have to. It wasn't horrendous - just not a good experience.
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Stained carpeting, plastic drapes covered the window, cracked toilet cover, cracked plastic shower shield . The walls of the bathroom were covered in popcorn ceiling wallpaper. All the furniture was chipped, dented and scratched. There was very bare bones exercise room. The hot tub was dirty and in disrepair. It was easy to get to Montpellier on the tram. The driving around Montpellier was a nightmare. I'd skip this area entirely.
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$108 - $126 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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