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“A small 2 star hotel, but oh what a view !!”
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Hotel Triton
Ranked #15 of 16 Hotels in Collioure
Main Beach, Australia
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38 reviews
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“A small 2 star hotel, but oh what a view !!”
Reviewed August 24, 2012

We paid for a sea view room with 2 single beds and when we arrived we had a room that had only a double bed. This could not be changed that night but the next day, for and extra 10 euro a night we changed to a much larger room with a double and a single bed. The bathroom was larger in this room as well, but everything worked well, including aircon and tv. We were happy with it, even though it was a little noisy being situation right on a public beach and over the restaurant attached to the hotel.
Even though language could be a little problem with my limited french the staff were friendly and helpful.
It was a short work into the old town where there were plenty of restaurants and cafes with competitive prices. The mussels were marvelous.
We took "Le Petite" train into the hills and down into Port-Vendre. It was interesting with great views over the Mediterranean coast.
But, it is a 2 star hotel and it has no lift up to the 2nd and 3rd floor.

Room Tip: Definitely opted for a sea view, but away from the corner where the road is.
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  • Stayed July 2012, traveled with friends
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Aude, France
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Reviewed May 12, 2012

Pleasant, we would go back. However, be careful as secure parking is at a less wonderful site, with no sea views and is not on the sea. The main hotel is a 10 minute walk away and is on the sea front, with a very good attached restaurant.

  • Stayed May 2012
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Tucson
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 48 helpful votes
Reviewed June 3, 2010

Get an ocean view room. This is a 2 star hotel and rooms are adequate. Some street noise if you leave windows open. the view of the bay and church and fort are terrific. The restaurant in front, LAmphytrion, was excellent. It's very busy, the mussels starter was wonderful and huge. The seafood was very good.

  • Stayed May 2010, traveled as a couple
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London
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Reviewed December 8, 2009

I don't usually bother doing reviews but felt this time I should! Just felt I should warn others about it.
We booked into for one night last week - simply because it seemed to have the last available room in the resort and it was late and dark. We wanted to stay in Collioure before going home to London the next day.
It was not expensive. But even so it was not worth the money! Very depressing, very grungy and shabby. I would not recommend it - even to my student son and his pals!
Can't even say it was like Fawlty Towers as Fawly Towers was fun!

The " double " bedroom was tiny. No room to unpack properly. No mirror to check your appearance. No bedside tables as room to small!
Falling peeling tiles on the ceiling. Remote for air-con or tv - not sure which as we didn't use either - was taped up with gaffer tape!

Bedclothes and towels were clean. But bedroom radiator covered in dirt and dust. Not sure whether lino on bedroom floor was dirty or just so shabby that it looked grubby. It certainly looked awful.

The shower was broken. Had to hold it in your hand - so quite hard to wash hair!
Hotel clearly knew about this and didn't bother to fix it. The hole to hand the attachement etc had just been filled in in a v unprofessinal looking way. A real botch job.

If you are forced like us to ever stay here don't have breakfast. We were so pleased we had ours elsewhere as " petit dejeuner" seemed to be just a few tables laid out by the front door where you could help yourself to cornflakes. We smelled no gorgeous French bread or croissants!
We had a fab breakfast in the village for the same price.

To be fair we didn't complain. My French is very poor . We were tired and we had no-where else to go that night.
In fact there wasn't really anyone to complain too as reception was shut at night and no one came when we rang the bell!
Collioure is such a lovely place. I think its' visitors all deserve something better

  • Stayed December 2009, traveled as a couple
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Illinois
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Reviewed September 13, 2009

Our experience was multifaceted in a number of bad ways, but the most important was that this was our second honeymoon and the owner was not only unhelpful, but incredibly rude as well. I asked for another room - ours was over the restaurant (which the description did not mention) and was impossibly loud until very late at night. When I pointed out in a very polite way, with probably bad, but never the less understandable French, that this was our second honeymoon and that we would like a different room if there was one available. She made it clear that we had registered for our room over the internet and there were no refunds and no changes. Though eventually she did offer another room across the street for more money per night. However, she would not actually let me see the room itself - only a picture. Given our experience so far this was not acceptable.

That night we decided to visit a neighboring town for the evening and ended up staying over night. When we returned the next day she had rented our room to another couple AND STILL would not give even a partial refund. She said this was a typical French business practice and that she would gladly call the police if I wanted to argue about it - the threat coming even though the conversation was irritable, but certainly not threatening or loud in any way. It was clear that we would have to accept the loss of several hundred dollars or take her offer of an inferior room, for more money per night (though we would not have lost our credit for the old room had we taken this option.) We decided to get another hotel altogether and forfeit the almost $600.

I could forgive the lack of flexibility to a point had she not been so nasty about it. However, it did urk me that though she was the owner/manager she would do nothing and that it was not "impossible" had she wanted to do something about it.

I strongly recommend you stay elsewhere. There are several lovely spots in this wonderful village.We chose a hotel just up the hill that was also on the water: The Hotel Les Caranques. (www.les-caranques.com) They only had a ground floor room, which they felt was inferior, but was ours if we wanted it. The room was a huge improvement over the other more expensive room at Hotel Triton. The place was gorgeous, affordable and the room's view like a postcard. The breakfast was vastly better and the quiet and privacy a huge, huge improvement! The staff, though they didn't speak a lot of English were very helpful, accomodating and kind.

Stayed May 2009, traveled as a couple
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dublin
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Reviewed July 12, 2009

hotel has great location just on the beach. Rooms are quite basic but clean. We had room 16 which had nice balcony overlooking beach. If you are checking in after 7pm make sure you let hotel know and they will give you access code and details where to get key. Staff arent overly friendly. Just a great location and reasonably priced.

  • Stayed July 2009, traveled as a couple
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South East England, United Kingdom
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Reviewed July 8, 2009

The one really excellent feature of this hotel is its wonderful situation. Sitting on our first floor balcony and watching the world go by on the seafront was a lovely part of our week's holiday in this charming town. We were very thankful that the room had air-conditioning and did not find it particuarly noisy. On the negative side, I booked online about 6 weeks before departure and was somewhat dismayed to find that they took 100% of the total cost of our stay as a deposit. (To me, a deposit is a fraction of the whole). What is more, possibly foolishly, I booked breakfasts in advance and they too were included in the amount taken off my credit card. We discovered that, because of train times, we had to leave before 8am on the last day. The management would neither offer an earlier breakfast nor refund the 14 euros. In my book, taking money for a service one then does not provide is unacceptable. There were other things that made us think the management approach was miserly - a cracked washbasin, a broken handle on the folding screen door to the bathroom and a big chunk broken off the bathroom mirror. There is nobody in reception after 7pm, yet there was no phone in the room - do they presume that, in an emergency, guests would all have a mobile? There was a door off reception with a phone symbol on it but it seemed to be in use as a broom cupboard. As this hotel is sited above a (very good) restaurant and has just one staircase, I would have thought a phone in each room in case of fire would be a minimum safety requirement.

  • Stayed June 2009, traveled with friends
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Property: Hotel Triton
Address: 1 rue Jean Bart, 66190 Collioure, France
Location: France > Occitanie > Pyrenees-Orientales > Collioure
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Beach Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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#4 On the Beach Hotel in Collioure
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Hotel Class:2 star — Hotel Triton 2*
Number of rooms: 47
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