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All reviews les templiers the owner church bells detailed instructions middle of town croissants a wonderful stay small square picturesque setting generous breakfast home from home tea and coffee anyone wanting tour de france warm welcome lovely hotel other guests
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Reviewed July 27, 2018

Luz Saint Sauveur is already a great place in itself to "feel" the Pyrenees. But staying in a classic place like Les Templiers adds to the pleasure. The hotel has been fitted with modern amenities (bathrooms) while preserving its character. Floors are gently cracking to remind you the place has a past ;) Breakfast was great.

  • Stayed: June 2018, traveled as a couple
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Thank Kermit54
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Reviewed July 5, 2018

We sort of stumbled across this because we were a non-French speaking family of four that was just desperately trying to find a little buffet breakfast for our finicky kids, and I googled and saw that the owners of the hotel spoke English.

Our first visit was fantastic: while the buffet wasn't really evident from glancing in the room, Sian and Laurent grabbed croissants for us, made us some killer coffee, and walked us through the buffet which included some awesome breads, fresh boiled eggs, cheeses, homemade yogurt, milk, etc.

They weren't at all put off by our American ways (timing of our meals, peanut butter on toast, etc), and, well, we were traveling with picky kids so it was so fantastic to have a place where the kids felt comfortable but the food was also stupendous and local.

And to top it all off, Sian and Laurent are super friendly, and supremely knowledgable about the area. She's from Australia but has lived there more than a decade; he's the town's mayor. Ultimately, we just made it a daily ritual during our stay in Luz to have breakfast there and fill up on both food and information on whatever our excursion was going to be for the day. Plus some great side stories about Tour de France, the politics of the town, etc.

We didn't actually stay at the hotel, so I can't comment on the accommodations. But the information and breakfast was outstanding.

One note: they were only open breakfast, then I think they did tea in the afternoon for their hotel guests or something. They aren't open for dinner. They used to have a cafe that they rented out, but this is was just breakfast now, and they had started it just recently.

Stayed: June 2018, traveled with family
Thank alpinemctrout
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Reviewed July 4, 2018

Located about as centrally as you can get in Luz Saint Sauveur, right across from the Templier Church, this is a gem of a place. Our room was small but comfortable with all of the amenities. The reception area/common room is cozy and well stocked with guidebooks, was a great spot to watch World Cup games with other guests, and play scrabble. Breakfasts were very good, with a nice selection of local grown and made organic food. We were lucky enough to be there for an evening wine tasting, which was also a lot of fun and very informative. Proprietress Sian is a storehouse of good, practical information about local attractions and tours. Overall: a real winner!

  • Stayed: July 2018, traveled with family
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Thank Richard L
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Reviewed June 22, 2018 via mobile

Stayed with 5 friends for five nights on a cycling and walking holiday. As always when one books for your friends I wanted my four pals to be happy with the choice. I need not have worried, once they saw the
Location on a lovely quiet square opposite the church and near all the bars and restaurants they were more than happy. Phew. Brownie points to me. Sian who owns the hotel was very welcoming and she is a great guide to the area’s walks and attractions. The hotel is comfortable and has a simple elegance, the essence of which is the opposite of contemporary, and it really works. The hotel is very clean, great breakfast, and for my group, ticked all the boxes. Great wi fi by they way. Pick Templier and you will travelling companions will thank you. We will be back.

Stayed: June 2018, traveled with friends
Thank RegonHoliday
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TempliersLuz, Owner at Hotel Les Templiers, responded to this reviewResponded June 23, 2018

Thanks to you all. You were very easy guests to have :-) Glad we could help with walk recommendations... See you next time.

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Reviewed June 17, 2018

In old centre of town opposite church, public car park very nearby, B&B hotel with classic feature retained, yet modern bathrooms and very clean rooms.
Room had view over square with church, quiet with only one noisy person in 4 days stay!
worth it for the view out the window of the square!
Breakfast good but limited choices.
Owners very friendly and very knowleagable about places to go and see. Very Green.

Room Tip: book direct for best room choice
  • Stayed: June 2018, traveled with friends
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Thank john w
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