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Reviewed December 31, 2009

We arrived around 5 pm and found out that the bar and restaurant were both closed - and the porter informed us that most likely all nearby restaurants in St Maxim and St Tropez were closed as well - very promising start. - Fortunately - he was all wrong - St Tropez was active and all restaurant were open. - Does the Hotel staff have any local knowledge - or are they just as negative as the hotel they work at . Next morning we had a tee time - they do call this a golf Hotel - there are 2 elevators taking you the 9 flights of stairs down to the golf course - well - on a good day they do. Both were out of service. Walking 9 flights of stairs down before 18 holes might seem appealing - but climbing them back with my golf bag after having struggled with my golf game for 4 hours did not.
So the whole idea of staying next to the golf course disappeared when we had to take our gear, put it in the car and drive to the golf course. At the end of the day - guess what - the bar and restaurant closed. Maybe they ought to sell this as a "fast" hotel - 48 hours of no food or drink apart from breakfast.
The room - terrible. Paint pealing of the roof on the balcony - old furniture .

  • Stayed: December 2009, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Tomas B
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Reviewed September 26, 2009

We booked this hotel for our honeymoon as we wanted a bit of luxury and a quiet location. 4 Stars it was not although it was quiet! So quiet we only saw 4 other guests over 2 days and 1 member of staff (apparently he was the manager, the receptionist, the porter...). The location is very remote (approx 15-20 mins into town via car) which indeed meant it was quiet and the views were good, however, you had to squint to see much of the sea as it was that far away and behind another hill. This remoteness was indeed a selling factor as the website and hotel documentation said that there is a shuttle bus into town so we knew we could still enjoy the nightlife. Or not. According to the Receptionist Porter Hotel Manager this only runs during the high season. When we pointed out that this was not stated on any of the hotel literature he said we would have to wait until the Porter who was also the minibus driver to get in to take us before he then went into a 15 minute 'explanation' as to what exactly a shuttle bus was. It was at this point that we booked out and moved in the Best Western in town.
The lack of guests meant that it was very quiet but also a little eerie as the place was deserted. The outdoor pool was dirty and the rooms very tired and not at all the standard expected of a 4 Star Hotel. The mini bar was limited and you needed to take a mortgage out to buy anything.
Overall the place is not anywhere near 4 Star standard, is overpriced, far too remote if you want to go out and is 'managed' by someone who does not know how to deal with customers. Just don't bother, go to the Best Western Montfleurei which is cheaper, has better facilities, pleasant helpful staff, proper sea views without the need for a telescope and is only 12 mins (yep we timed it) walk from town!

  • Stayed: September 2009, traveled as a couple
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Thank officercoops
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Reviewed June 5, 2009

Went to this hotel with my wife and young daughter as a stop on our way to Nice. The hotel boasts it had only rooms with sea view which produced the first disappointment with this hotel. The drive from the coast is probably about 15-20 minutes and the sea can just barely be seen from the hotel. There is not much going on around the hotel so having a car is a must.

When finally arriving at the hotel the service was very unpleasant and slow. The lady at the front desk seemed bothered that guests were bothering her with checking in.

After taking two elevators to the 4th floor our room was very disappointing. Bed was hard, furniture old and windows very dirty.

We paid good money for this hotel because of the proximity to St. Tropez but I would not recommend this hotel to my worst enemy.

  • Stayed: April 2009, traveled with family
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Thank ice1977
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Reviewed April 3, 2009

It is a beautiful hotel, fabulous views from your own terrace and everywhere else, the price is three, not five star, and the staff is very good. The only drawback is it is a long way from a restaurant. It is a fifteen minute drive, or you eat whatever is being served in the hotel's gourmet restaurant.

  • Stayed: March 2009, traveled as a couple
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Thank Kardell
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Reviewed October 5, 2008

Just before I get started, this is the first review I've ever felt compelled to write of anything. Ever.

Ok... Where to begin

Myself and my girlfriend had a tour along the cote d'azur. This was our second location, having spent our first night in the Sofitel in Marseilles (v impressive by the way).

Let me put this place into some context; this was a good deal more expensive than any of the other hotels we had booked so obviously our expactations were high. The rooms are v basic, no tea or coffee, badly in need of some new decor. The staff, while helpful should at least double their numbers. I'm sure the same guy that checked you in, delivered your bags to the room and drove the minibus to town. While I'm there, the minibus stops too early to enjoy anything of a good night leaving you with the only option of a 40 euro taxi up the hill. The hotel bar I wouldn't wish on anyone, I now know who bought the furniture from my late Grandmothers house clearence. The website gives the impression of modern luxury just outdside of St Maxime but don't be fooled. You're better of staying in a place in the town centre, saving yourself a chunky taxi fare, and having a nice meal in one of the many inviting looking restaurants by the harbour.

  • Stayed: September 2008, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Craig1London
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