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Auberge Saint Pierre
Ranked #5 of 16 Hotels in Mont-Saint-Michel
Reviewed July 9, 2013

We stayed in the main building. Our room was very small, but we expected that, given the location. It was quite nicely decorated and very nice. We enjoyed staying on the island. It was peaceful walking around after the day visitors had left and watching the darkness settle over the abbey. Our room was very quiet and we got a great night's sleep. The staff was very friendly and helpful.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 3, 2013

We chose to stay on the island in the hopes that it would be peaceful after the day-tourists left. Unfortunately, the noise continued unabated. But we could not close the windows because we would have suffocated. Our room was just adequate. The hotel staff were not welcoming and not helpful. (Example - the info sheet in the room says the staff will book tours for you. When I went to the reception, they directed me to the tourist office.)

Room Tip: If you want to sleep, don't stay on the island.
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Stayed: July 2013, traveled as a couple
1  Thank Robert638
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Reviewed July 2, 2013

Beautiful hotel with beautiful views. Modern yet had an old world charm. Cozy but at the same time big enough for our family of 5. Our suite had 2 separate rooms with a nice bathroom and shower.

Rooms are far from reception and a good hike away. We counted 77 narrow and winding steps up to our family room!

Room Tip: We suggest to plan ahead and carry a light day pack from the car to stay here and enjoy this wonderf...
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  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 23, 2013

We read the reviews before booking and understood that the rooms (in comparison to other locations) were expensive for what you got. It's a 15th century building, the restaurants were not supposed to be highly regarded, it's an island overrun with tourists and you have plenty of history. So we were prepared and were not disappointed. We had read to arrive late if possible, to avoid the crowds and so we pulled up at 8pm. We were greeted warmly by the woman at the front desk and she showed us our 3 rooms. We are a couple with 18, 22 year old and grandparents. Family room was for 4, clean, small but nice. Other room with 2 twins, compact cozy. We ate at the restaurant in the hotel. It was ok, nothing special. Then we went out and explored the island at night and it was beautiful and quiet. The breakfast room had the standard cheeses, meats, croissants, fruit, granola, yogurt and coffee etc. It was Sunday morning so we listened to Mass at the Abbey and then did our own RSteves tour and spent the day poking around, imagining how it would have been in the past. We had fun!

Room Tip: Family room has a loft with 2 twins reached by a spiral staircase that is pretty tight. Good for kid...
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  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 20, 2013

We stayed in one of the fishermen's cottages for 1 night. The room was really nice. The bathroom was very clean, even with a separate toilet room. The view was really nice. The wood flooring was clean and pretty. There were 2 chairs for sitting and enjoying the view. The bed, which was supposed to be a king was in reality 2 narrow twins shoved together, even made up separately. The bed was very soft, which I don't like. The main complaint is how narrow it is. It was so narrow I couldn't even turn over without feeling I would fall off. It was like sleeping on top of a log except that it was mushy soft. It was the worst bed I have ever had in a hotel. The sheets and pillows were very nice quality, but it was a miserable night. Other than that, the hotel was fine.
We had dinner in their restaurant, and the food was very good.
More help is needed in reception. As others have stated,we had to wait a long time for help. No one could ever find the fishermen's cottages the first time without a leader,so the young lady has to leave the office and go with you to the room. She was very nice and helpful. There just needs to be more reception help, especially during check in and out hours.
My only real complaint is the bed.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 12, 2013

We had great expectations of the expensive stay on the island. This was a splurge on the trip and we booked with dinner included.
We are on a 3 month trip and have a lot of luggage.
Summary of the events:
The big bus drives only 2/3 of the way. It is not possible to walk with heavy luggage to the entrance and then over all the cobble stones to the hotel. It would be possible for the small minibus Montoise (according to the information on internet) but since the previous day, the service was totally cancelled.
So in the parking lot it was dealing with a new opening and guides who blocked the intersection but did not know how to direct people, and dealing with a cancelled minibus and having to leave all luggage in an unattended parking lot overnight. We only brought toilet maps with us.
As well the hotel as the bus service answered us that it was our problem. The hotel should have informed the booked guests about the change. After all guests have to call 24 hours ahead to get the parking code, so there is contact between hotel and guests prior to arrival.
At Auberge, not only the reception was very rude in treating their guests, but also the personnel looking after the breakfast buffet. The plate of salmon had such few and small pieces left, that it looked as if it was left over stuck to the plate from bigger slices. Asking to have hot water for tea we first got a very rude answer that the water just comes out of the big boiler. But it was luke warm. The serving lady felt that she had gone maybe a bit far and that it might hurt the rating, so she informed the reception that she had to go downstairs to get hot water for those two who did not find the provided water good enough. When something happened in the street, Japanese guest who wanted to open the window and see, were shoved aside and the waitress hung out of the window to see what was going on.There was a strike of the guides for the monastery. In the very tight room, the tv channel guide showed CNN on channel 21, but not one channel in English was available.
Ants all over the bathroom.
The sea view room was a view on the wall of the castle on which tourists were passing by and could look into your window. No sea to see.
Dinner was ok in food, though very rushed. Nothing special. Just one of the many alike looking restaurants in the street. It is just one street with souvenir shops on one side and restaurants on the other. Nothing cozy, special . Also here in the shops total indifference to customer service to all nationalities of tourists. It was a disgrace and total disrespect towards guests.
If you want to see Mont Saint Michel, go there in day time ( 3 out of 4 weeks there is tide to see) and go back on the mainland, away from all hotels at the entrance and enjoy the evening light on the Mont Saint Michel from a far. It will be a far better experience.

Room Tip: Find another hotel off the island and away from the main entrance.
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  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 7, 2013

I don’t think there are any great hotels on the island, nor good restaurants, but that ‘s not why you are here. You are staying overnight to experience Le Mont Saint Michel sans tourists. So this auberge serves the purpose. This is a 3-star hotel and most people who complain about it probably don’t usually stay in 3-star hotels. The room was on the smaller side but not tiny, there was a separate toilet room and a decent size bathroom. The room was kind of cute. The Mont didn’t completely empty out after dark, but there were much less tourists. I highly recommend seeing le MSM off hours, but you really don’t have to stay there overnight. Shuttle buses run from the nearby town until 1 AM. So if you want to save money, you can stay on MSM until very late and go sleep in town. However, I highly doubt that hotels there are any better.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled as a couple
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Address: Grande Rue | Intra-Muros, 50170 Mont-Saint-Michel, France
Location: France > Normandy > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Mont-Saint-Michel
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Bar / Lounge Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service
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Ranked #5 of 16 Hotels in Mont-Saint-Michel
Price Range: $155 - $355 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Auberge Saint Pierre 3*
Number of rooms: 23
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