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ibis Styles Honfleur
Ranked #9 of 33 Hotels in Honfleur
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Morehead City, NC
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6 reviews
5 hotel reviews
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“Best hotel of our 2-week trip”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed September 25, 2011

Such a pleasant surprise in a marvelous little town. We found ourselves wishing that All Seasons had hotels in the US also! The rooms very bright and comfortable, the hotel staff was helpful and friendly, and the breakfast was very good! They even have free water/coffee/tea service in the lobby. The only downside is the parking situation, but at least it is available nearby, even if it is a little pricey - 18 euros for 24 hours.
We would definitely stay here again.

  • Stayed September 2011, traveled with friends
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Oostende
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 62 helpful votes
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed September 15, 2011

This hotel is situated in the city center. With some luck you can park your car in front or nearby.
People at the reception were very friendly and helpfull. The buffet breakfast is included and offers all you need in the morning. The hotel was fully booked and still it was quiet. We enjoyed our stay.

  • Stayed July 2011, traveled as a couple
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Ireland
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed September 13, 2011

A little unusual in Honfleur, being a very modern design and construction. But still charming in its own way and convenient. Plenty of public parking (charged) out front or across the street. Clean bright rooms, cheerful staff, good internet, efficient (and spacious by French standards) lift. 2 minutes from the harbour and all the restaurants (some even closer.)

  • Stayed September 2011, traveled with family
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Galway City
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed September 12, 2011

We arrived early in Honfleur & were blown away with the town. It is really beautiful but as we had no accommodation booked we had no choice but to move on. We arrived in Trouville, about 20 mins down the road and while my two boys spent an hour or two playing football with some french boys on the beach I went scouring for a room for the four of us. After twenty minutes I realized that getting a room for four in August at such short notice was going to prove difficult if not impossible. At yet another booked out hotel i luckily came across a brochure for an Ibis hotel in Honfleur. I rang and although the gentleman who answered had no room he suggested I ring The all season hotel in Honfleur town. I think they are sister hotels but I was still very impressed when he gave me their number. i rang and was thrilled to hear that yes, they had a family room available. We drove straight back to honfleur and found the hotel which is situated right in the centre of the town just around the corner from the Vieux Basin the famous and picturesque harbour area. The lovely lady (from Rouen I think) checked us in and gave my two boys a gift bag with crayons & puzzles which i thought was a lovely touch. The hotel is very brightly painted and our room (401) was fantastic. A double room for my wife & I and an upstairs bedroom with twin beds for the boys. There was stair gates (needed as the stairs are quite steep) and a tv in both sleeping areas. Unfortunately the hotel was booked out the next evening and i can completely understand why. The staff are very friendly, the buffet breakfast was very nice and the location is unbeatable and if you have to share accommodation with your children on holidays an upstairs downstairs room is a great variation. All Seasons have hotels around France. I have no idea what others in the group are like but after our experience in Honfleur I'd be more than happy to give some of the others a try.

Room Tip: Room 401 was great and they have two connecting rooms with a lockable outer door (rooms 207 & 20...
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  • Stayed August 2011, traveled with family
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Huntsville, Alabama
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed August 14, 2011

This hotel is in a great location about a block from the Vieux Bassin in Honfleur. It is close to the city center, with restaurants and shopping nearby. Be sure to ask for a map of town when you check in. I got mine when I checked out, and it would have been useful.
The hotel staff was friendly, welcoming, and helpful, and most spoke at least some English. The decor is modern and bright colors--the lobby sort of looks like a play room. The rooms were comfortable but minimalist. My traveling companion called them "austere." The hall lights go on when the elevator (tiny!) opens or when someone opens a room door. The stairwell lights function in a similar fashion.
The beds were good and had adjustable reading lamps. Good pillows and duvets. The flat screen TV had a few channels in English--CNN International, BBC (poor reception), and CNBC. Maybe one of the sports channels, too. Rooms were relatively small and basic, but you probably aren't going to spend much time in the room anyway. They had all the necessities but not much else. Our room had a "hanging space" but no closet and no dresser. The lone night stand was just a shelf. We had a "twin" room, which means 2 single beds. There was no nightstand on the other side, but there was a small table that could be moved close enough to use. The bathroom had a toilet, sink, and tub with a shower. The problem was that the yellow acrylic shield for the shower didn't come out far enough to keep water from getting all over the floor. The hotel supplied 1 tiny bar of soap and 2 "shot glasses" of soap/shampoo.
As in many French hotels, you had to put your key card in a slot for the lights and TV to work. We only had 1 key, so if 1 of us left, the other either had to get up to open the door or stay in the dark if the other took the key.
The continental breakfast was good. It even offered an electric juicer so you could squeeze your own orange juice. You serve yourself. There was a selection of French bread, croissants, and sweet rolls, as well as sliced ham and Swiss cheese, yogurt, apples and oranges, and cereal. As did other hotels we stayed in, this one had a coffee machine where you push the button for your choice--espresso, cafe au lait, etc. Good coffee. Newspapers were available in English, French, and German for breakfast patrons. The breakfast room doubled as a bar, although not really one that people spent a lot of time in. The desk clerk also was the bartender. The makings for hot tea were available in the lobby--with a hot water pot and a big bottle of Evian.
Parking was the big issue--a problem city-wide. This hotel probably had better parking options than most others, unless they have their own lots, which a couple do. I wish I had known what to expect, although I knew it was going to be a problem. We could park in the street immediately in front of the hotel, in paid street parking. You have to look around for the horodateur machine, which is how you pay to park, put in your 1 or 2 Euro or Euro cent coins, press the green button to get your ticket, and then put the ticket on the dashboard in your car window where the city's parking police can see the date and time your payment expires. It costs up to 8 Euros a day to park on the street, but you must have coins. It does not give change, but you will get extra time if you pay more than is called for. From 6 p.m. until 9 a.m. street parking is free. One night we came back to find that the police had blocked off that part of the street for a Wednesday night market. They also do that on Saturdays, although there were signs about that. We had to go to the privately owned big lot across the street. That costs up to 12 Euros a day, but you can pay with a credit card. You get a ticket when you enter. Instead of paying when you arrive, you pay when you leave by going to a similar type of horodateur machine, putting in your ticket and your credit card (or Euros). It will then mark your ticket paid and give it back to you. As you exit, you put your ticket into another machine to get out of the gate. This lot was full a couple of times we were there. But we didn't face the problem of getting blocked by the laundry truck in that lot either, as we did when we used the street parking.
This hotel is just fine. It is clean and comfortable, with all the basics, but it's not luxurious. Not for people who want to be pampered--there aren't a lot of frills. It does have air conditioning, although we didn't need it, given the unusually cool temperatures in August 2011. The hotel has a 3 star rating. The staff were very helpful and pleasant. I would stay there again.

  • Stayed August 2011, traveled with family
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Oxford, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed August 12, 2011

Excellent city hotel, spotlessly clean, friendly staff, good continental breakfast, free wifi, highly recommended

  • Stayed August 2011, traveled as a couple
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Paris, France
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed August 8, 2011

Honfleur All Season has been renovated some month ago and it's nice !
Rooms are superb and modern, the serive is perfect, newspaper are available, free cafe welcome you, breakfast is included and nice, you can put your luggage in a room all day long the day you leave . no noise around hotel, in the city center, what else ?
one problem : when your neighbour slush, you hear it clearly

  • Stayed August 2011
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Property: ibis Styles Honfleur
Address: 3 quai de la Tour, 14600, Honfleur, France
Location: France > Normandy > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Honfleur
Amenities:
Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Ski-In / Ski-Out Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#5 Family Hotel in Honfleur
#7 Romantic Hotel in Honfleur
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Hotel Class:3 star — ibis Styles Honfleur 3*
Number of rooms: 48
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De La Tour Honfleur
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