My husband and I stayed a week in an apartment they say is for 5 people. If you have small children it would be fine. There are small bunk beds as you enter the unit, then is a very big bathroom with a tub and shower that should have a better door or curtain. It is very hard to not flood the floor when showering. The kitchen is well stocked with a fridge, microwave, ceramic stove top-no oven, coffee maker, pots, pans, dishes and utensils. We would have liked to have a toaster. The sitting area has two smaller than single beds that you sit on in the day and put the sheets (which are provided) on at night to sleep. There is a fifth bed under one of them that we used as we could leave it made up and easily fold it back down and slide it back underneath. It also allowed us to place it right beside the bed so that we could sleep together. We found them to be comfortable enough for us. There is a nice little patio with 4 plastic chairs and a round table. We sat out and played cards, ate breakfast and supper there and just relaxed after touring the nearby historical ww2 sites. It was along side the pool but a hedge on all three sides (in need of tending) offers nice privacy. We were sometimes amazed by the parents who allowed their children to scream at the top of their lungs while swimming. We couldn't see them nor could they see us but we sure could hear them. The indoor and outdoor pools are a good size and are clean. We would have liked them to open earlier than 10 oclock to swim a few laps to start our day. But I guess, they figure that if people let their kids scream, they better not open too early. Maybe they could have adults only from 8 am to 10 am? As for quality of cleaning, it could be better. My socks were filthy from walking on the floors after the first half hour we arrived. We found a pair of crusty, dusty panties in the corner of the living room when we were making up our beds on the first day. After a week with no maid service our room was in need of a cleaning. They provide a broom, but no floor mop. Our floor was pretty gritty after 7 days. Maid service half way through the week would be greatly appreciated. The location and the price are appealing. It is perfect to tour and then come back and make our own meals. We get tired of restaurants when we travel so the kitchenette is a must. Bring your own towel and dish cloths. We bought bath/ beach towels in Carrefour in Bayeux for 5 euro each. This is not the best place we have ever stayed but it served our needs for the week pretty well. We would probably stay there again if the price is right.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Charming seaside resort, near the Normandy Landing beachesOn the Omaha Beach Golf Course, houses and apartments availableHeated pools, sauna, free activities for 6-12 year-olds in April, July and August. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pierre And Vacances Residence Le Green Beach
- Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Green Beach Hotel Port-En-Bessin-Huppain
- Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Green Beach France/Normandy