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Reviewed January 16, 2016 via mobile

Nice hotel located at the gates of the old city, we're lucky and or room was above the arc of the gate. Nice room small and clean. The only thing is the oddness of the lady at the reception, maybe because of the date but was a bit weird to wake on Christmas Eve to find her drinking with her friends at the lobby.

Date of stay: December 2015
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Icone H, Propriétaire at Annecy - Icone Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded January 18, 2016
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Reviewed October 4, 2015 via mobile

I enjoyed my stay at the Icône; I couldn't complain about anything (ok, the wifi was a bit iffy, but I can live with that). Friendly service, clean, modern room, comfortable bed and an excellent, excellent view. It's a low to mid-price hotel so it's fairly no-frills, but none the worse for that. Highly recommended.

Date of stay: September 2015
Trip type: Traveled solo
Thank John_in_Leicester
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Reviewed October 1, 2015

We booked two rooms for two couples, both on the first floor overlooking the street with a charming view. We thought we may have street noise at night, but heard very little with the windows closed and AC on. Simple modern decor and clean rooms. No problems with wifi. The location is wonderful - right outside the archway to the old town. Directions on the website looked pretty easy but we got lost trying to find it. If arriving by car, I would suggest parking first because there may not be a place to park in front of the hotel for check in and it would also eliminate the need to drive around the block. If you look at google maps, you will see that Rue de la Gare changes name to Fauberg de Balmettes at the intersection of D5. The public parking garage is located on Rue de la Gare on the same side of the road as the hotel. (It helps to remember what the hotel looks like from its picture.) The lot was full when we arrived but we waited in line and as cars left the lot others were let in. There are two lines going into the garage. The faster line on the right is for pass holders so stay left. We learned the hard way.

Date of stay: September 2015
Thank jandmVermont
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Reviewed September 14, 2015

No lift but thats ok for us but might not be ok for others, hot rooms so ask for AC, promised us bicycle storage but only gave us 2 out of 4 so should have told us this earlier. Large car would not fit in the garage so free parking was a 15 minute walk away on the street, Rooms clean but basic and small - tiny bathroom that floods a bit with a shower. Breakfast is buffet so go to town for a better atmosphere. £54 per night for a twin is an ok price, wouldn't want to pay more though

Date of stay: September 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Thank CliftonSmythe
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Reviewed August 16, 2015

We booked 2 rooms for a 6 night stay. The location is fantastic, right on at the start of the old town, making for a great atmosphere from our window. The smell from patisserie next door is to die for.

Some of the rooms are on the small side when compared to a modern building, but remember it is 16th century. The rooms are clean however, and we found no issue sleeping in the comfortable beds. Having Aircon is a real plus if it gets warm (we had 2 days at 35C). The bathrooms are a little bit 'tired'. But the shower is powerful giving a great shower.

Breakfast is good value at 9€, but you can find something less expensive in the cafes nearby but of course they have less choice/quantity. We tend to fill up at breakfast then have a late lunch so the hotel breakfast suits. Perhaps some better selection of fresh fruit would improve it, and is really all that's missing.

We travelled as part of a much larger group and some of them were staying quite a walk away/up some steep hills/etc.

Room tip: Some rooms are straight off the main stairwell so may be a wee bit noisier?
Date of stay: August 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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