We stayed here for a few nights in July with our three children. We were given two fantastic huge interconnecting rooms with lovely antique furniture and two large, albeit very dated, bathrooms. The house/ hotel itself is lovely and like a grand manor house.We paid 850 euro for three nights which is pricey but were treating ourselves after a couple of weeks on a campsite in the areas. The hotel is run by a very lovely and professional family who were very accommodating and pleasant. On the downside, the breakfast room was really quite run down and as it is in a conservatory it was far too hot. Parts of the gardens were also totally neglected. There were two hammocks in the gardens which are mouldy and filthy and unusable - I'm baffled they have not been taken down. With such a price tag the owners really need to tackle areas that have not been updated in decades. They also need to significantly improve breakfast. The croissants were burnt every morning and the chill cabinet was dilapidated and grubby. All in all I would say this was disappointing.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel's splendid heated swimming pool and is arranged with a small island. The 16 rooms with bathroom and terrace have been entirely refurbished and are equipped with satellite tv, air conditioning, phone and wifi internet. Enclose park. Petanque court and bicycle rental organization seminars and weddings. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Les Messugues Hotel St-Paul-De-Vence