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Hotel du Chateau
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Reviewed September 1, 2013

Beautiful hotel in wonderful surroundings. Staff very friendly and helpful, food very good, accommodation clean and comfortable. Rocamadour itself is a wonderful historic village.
Treyn Holidays to be strongly recommended.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank JohnL398
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Reviewed August 14, 2013

I expected much more. I suppose I was deceived by some famous hotel guides i read before making the reservation.
Very good location, good breakfast, but this hotel looks very much like one of those fit for tourist and excursion buses.
The staff was polite, but the hotel had no charm at all!
However, it may be a fair option for those who do not wish to stay stuck in the walled town at night.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with family
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Thank carlosmp
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Reviewed August 7, 2013

This is a great hotel in a fantastic location very close to both the paths to Rocamadour and the lift. Went as part or a Treyn Holiday which was also excellent. The rooms are spotlessly clean and hot water in abundance. The toilet is seprarte from the bathroom which is convenient if there are two of you. The terrace and pool areas were also very well kept with nice furniture for guests use. The hotel is very quiet and has air conditioning which was needed. The breakfast was continental style but plentiful and fresh. The main restaurant is a few metres walk away but again very clean with superb food, the bar opposite is owned by the same family and is perfect for pre or post dinner drinks. I would highly reccomend this hotel on all fronts and also Treyn holidays.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank kal23_10
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Reviewed July 28, 2013

Went with `Treyn` and had a very good time. Would also recommend them! The hotel was chosen because it offered free wine with the evening meal AND had an outdoor pool.
It was situated on top of the cliff that is Rocamadour and is not near any noise - we don`t like staying in noisy hotels. The room was en suite with telephone, TV, hairdryer, a couple of armchairs, and air conditioning. It was not large or deluxe but clean, quiet,very comfortable bed and a good 3* worth. (Take your own kettle and tea making gear.)
We overlooked the grassy area next to the pool and beyond that were trees. The Chateau, which was about 10mns walk away - do the ramparts for 2 E fantastic views but don`t go if you are scared of heights- clock started up at 7am but we got used to this and they turn it off during the night hours.
Breakfast was good. Eggs which need 6mns in the nearly simmering hot water, ham, cheese, jams, cereals and a good plentiful selection of bread and croissants. This was in the hotel. Evening meal was about 4mns walk away in the du Chateau restaurant on the terrace. Very nice. 4 courses, not huge portions but enough to fill us and we like our food! We thought the food was good quality and one of our friends was a chef. Wine was different every night and brought in jugs as was water. There was enough for all.
The staff were happy and helpful and Madame, the proprietor runs a tight ship .Info about the trips we did with Treyn was posted on the lobby poster every day and there were lots of other interesting leaflets to look through.
The icing on the cake was the pool. Temperatures were in the mid 30`s C so we just came back from a trip and jumped in to cool off! Brilliant! There were sunbeds which were free at all times too and the pool was apx 25metres long so you could have a good swim.
The air con was on a timer so I had to put it back on in the night which was a pain, but the weather was unusually hot.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with friends
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3  Thank happyjack51
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Reviewed July 26, 2013

A wonderful location, high above a river gorge with the pilgrimage centre of Rocamadour a short walk away. The letdown is the food. Breakfast very basic,supervised by bossy staff, the restaurant 100 metres from the hotel, set out alfresco under trees, offers a four course demi-pension dinner which was disappointing every night of a five day stay. Hardly anything home-made, bought-in catering packs provided the bulk of the meals. To be fair, they serve around 100 people per evening, but a gourmet experience it is not.

Room Tip: Ask for a room with balcony
  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Tony M
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