The Best Western Hotel des Voyageurs is a lovely old building totally refurbished. It's well situated in the city center of Fougeres, near the shops and restaurants. It only takes you five minutes to go to the castle, walking. Make a reservation today at the Best Western Hotel des Voyageurs.
The location of this hotel, in the centre of the mediaeval town of Fougeres, is very good. It is one of those hotels that sits somewhere between traditional and modern, but isn't really sure of where it should be. Firstly let me say that the staff and management are very friendly and welcoming and helpful especially with sorting out parking, which is very restrictive. The rooms are of a good size as are the bathrooms and they have double glazing which means the noise from the busy road outside isn't too intrusive. It is all a bit budget however and you could not class this as a luxury hotel. The Wi-Fi is free but not particularly reliable as is often the case in France. The location of the hotel means that there are plenty of restaurants within walking distance. As usual, breakfast is not included in the rate so the cost of bed-and-breakfast gets close to €100 a night mark per room, which is pricey for what you get. Breakfast is very ordinary with the usual pastries cold meats et cetera and no hot food offering. Our stay was ok, but not memorable in any way.
Warm welcome, excellent efficient friendly and helpful staff. Superb central location. Good breakfast including local specialities. Comfortable room with large bathroom. Efficient glazing cuts out potential noise from the square. Air conditioning would help too. Ask for a room at the back.
The outstanding thing about this hotel was the attention we were given by Madame. She couldn't have been more gracious or helpful. We were a little sad as we had had to cut short our stay further south due to an unexpected event; I had remembered a school trip to Fougeres so chose it for or stopover before we caught the ferry home. However, we were cheered immensely by the treatment we received, the comfort of our bed and the setting of the hotel in the centre of town but we were not disturbed by ay noise. The towels weren't huge but of good quality. Fresh orange juice at breakfast is always a big hit for me, and I was delighted to find it here. We parked in the garage for convenience (€10), and, again, everyone was most helpful with our cases etc. We felt very fortunate to have stayed here at a reasonable price.
On our way to South Brittany, we've stopped in this nice hotel to enjoy the visit of the small city. Plenty of nice walks and visits , some good restaurant no doubt that Fougeres is worth a stop... The hotel is very well located, there is a(small) private parking which is a "plus" as it's not always easy to park in the area ... The rooms are nice, the breakfast is very good and you will enjoy a premium service along your stay (my son forgot his sun glasses in the room, they call us back when the cleaning team found them and they kept them till we drove back to Belgium one week later).They will also be pleased to give you some good tips to make the most out of your stay in the city. Net we can only recommend this hotel ! Thank you again to all the employees and owner !
I enjoyed my 1-night stay in the Best Western hotel in Fougères. This hotel has a lot of good points: - Central location in the city center - Large parking lot nearby (place de la Grande Douve) - Friendly staff - Fast check-in - Recently renovated rooms - Comfortable and clean - Large rain shower - Very quiet thanks two windows in the bedroom, each with double glazing - Great breakfast with a Nespresso machine and freshly squeezed orange juice (costing 11 euros) - Free Wi-Fi Note that there is no air conditioning, but this was not a problem when I was there as the weather was not too hot.
We stayed in this hotel because the bed and breakfast we were planning on staying at was full. It is well located within walking distance of the castle and historic area of Fougeres. Our room was a good size with a nicely equipped bathroom. However it was noisy (right on a busy main street), the internet was super slow, and the hotel parking is ridiculous (holds 6 cars but only 2 can get in or out without moving the other cars), so plan on parking on the street instead - if you can find a parking spot, that is.
A 2 night business trip, picked the pace for the location and while it is perfect for walking around and the Internet speed is great..... The noise.... Wood flooring and no insulation means you hear everything, the TV above, walking and more.... 2 nights of very little sleep means I can't recommend at all
The hotel and the little town are truly an experience! Rooms are decent, clean, the receptionist was helpful, but as the hotel doesn't have 24 hours reception it is complicated when bathroom floods! The hotel has an OK wifi connection, a petit little place for breakfast but just like everything else in the town, maybe not perfect but definitely with the charm. We spent one night here cruising Brittany and loved the place!
A nice little hotel in the center of town, walking distance to everything. Rooms are normal size, beds are alright and the shower has good pressure. Breakfast is just ok, and the reception closes in the afternoon, you get a code to get in at any other time, also no receptionist of course. Staff is friendly and very polite.
I chose this hotel for its location in the centre of the medieval town of Fougeres. We stayed in a deluxe king room on the top floor which was adequate but I would not really class it as deluxe. It was very modern but not particularly spacious room. The bathroom was very clean with a very large walk-in shower but no bath. There is a VERY small carpark at the rear of the hotel that you have to pre-book at 10euros per night and there are only 6 spaces. The location is great and only a few minutes walk to the castle and all the shops and restaurants.
I'm writing this hugely positive review even though I experienced an unfortunate booking error which meant that I only stayed one night instead of two. First, the room: modern, spacious, spotleesly clean, quiet and a really nice bathroom with timber flooring. Second, the staff: just great. So friendly, professional and simply nice people to deal with. Third, breakfast: fresh orange juice, eggs that you boil on the spot, and the usual other things. Add to that good undercover car parking (book ahead), undercover bike parking, an excellent location....well, what more can I say? (Unfortunately, I had to stay the next night in another hotel down the street which feels like your staying in a hospital! Be careful what you book in Fourges....)
We used this hotel as a stopover having been attracted by the wonderful Medieval castle. The hotel is right in the centre of the town and we went out in the evening and did part of the circular town walk which is really interesting. There are lovely gardens and great views of the castle and we stopped off at a bar in a square for a beer. Our hotel room was a little cosy, there being a very small gap down the sides of the bed, but we had a good night's sleep, despite being on the main road through the town. The bathroom in comparison was quite large and everything worked well. It was good to have tea making facilities in the room.
Our room (106) certainly did not resemble those portrayed on the website (maybe because we had a dog with us), none the less the hotel, whilst maybe needing a spruce up here and there, was clean and tidy and reasonably priced within a ten minute walk of the castle. The staff were excellent so all in all a decent stay at a 3 star venue.
This hotel is well situated close to the centre of the small town of Fougeres, which is dominated by the magnificent castle. The rooms are typically rural french. Everything you need, but with no fuss. Rooms at the back of the property and those at the top are the quietest, but nowhere is really busy and noisy. There is no restaurant run by the hotel, but there is a great restaurant attached to the hotel run by a family firm. This is a 'must'. Good regional fare made with care and love. The hotel has a breakfast room, with a mediocre buffet breakfast. Its not 'Wow', but comfortable enough.
We came upon this hotel in off season and loved it's proximity to the chateaux. Room was modern, clean and most importantly the bed was comfortable. Breakfast the next morning was wonderful and included fresh pressed orange juice. We happened to come across this wonderful little hotel en route to Mont. Saint Michel, which is in close proximity. The chateaux at Fougeres is stunning and definitely worth a visit. Both this chateaux and Mont. Saint Michel can easily be done the same day. Would 100% return to this hotel.
Initially told there was a room available for 2 nights, then once we had parked the car and brought in all the luggage were then told we had to change rooms after the first night, so were not happy with that. Room was very hot and stuffy so they searched high & low to find a pedestal fan for us which was very nice of them. Rooms themselves were reasonable size with a really nice shower in the ensuite, bed very comfy, good TV. The location was quite central so a short walk to the castle & gardens and all the restaurants and bars, but a little bit of noise from the street.
Very well situated in the middle of Fougere with secure parking - offering a very pleasant walk to the chateau. The room was clean and pleasant, with a buffet breakfast. The reception staff were very friendly and attentive. The restaurant recommended by them across the passage way would appear to be associated with the hotel.
Lovely hotel very centrally located. There is no car parking provided; however we were able to park on the street right outside the hotel as long as the car was moved by 9-ish. The hotel reception staff were very helpful - good English spoken. Didn't opt for breakfast so can't comment.
We was moved to this hotel due to a late announcement of one of out hotel bookings and was upgraded to the deluxe room which was superb, comfortable and ample space. Due to the location of the hotel there was no onsite parking but as we were there on a public holiday we found a free space round the back of the hotel Receptionist was informative and gave us some great recommendation on touring round the area by foot and subsequent had a lovely walk round the town, gardens and chateau Overall a pleasant and quiet stay despite it not being a hotel we chose for our road trip
This is a very good hotel. Superior rooms are large, clean and well fitted. Receptionist (Virginie) was extremely helpful. Breakfast was high quality. Six parking spaces are available however most are extremely difficult to access and are chargeable
This is an honest hotel stay, meaning that there are no frills, no hassling, no problems and tranquil going. The rooms are roomy, the bathroom is clean with all you need. And you can honestly stay for a couple of nights even thought he town is visited in an afternoon.
The western was a great hotel right in the hart of the town... everything was in walkin distance and the staff were friendly.... Me and a friend stayed 1 nite as we were touring france on our motorcycles... the hotel has its own parking garage at rear whitch was good and also free for motorcycles
We stayed here for 3 nights using it as a base for exploring the surrounding area - mont st michel just 30 mins away. It was ideal for what we wanted, very clean and comfortable. The staff were great and seemed to genuinely want you to have a nice stay. We just had a queen bedroom which was great value for money. The hotel seemed to cater for cycling guests. We didn't stay for breakfast so couldn't comment but found a baker just round the corner where we bought bread for our picnic each day.
My husband and I were staying at the hotel for 3 nights. Hotel des Voyageurs is a pleasant experience. It is clean and modern. The staff is helpful and friendly. The wifi works fine and it is possible to park near the hotel. There is no air conditioning, so we had to keep a window open - and there are a lot of young people who like to drive their scooters at night in Fougeres, so that was a bit annoying.
Tricked into have a breakfast that they said was free/included then got charged 22 Euro for coffee fruit and an egg. Staff argued for 15minutes so I had to back down and pay. The room was extremely noise due to location by a very busy junction.
SylcoFougeres, Propriétaire at BEST WESTERN Hotel des Voyageurs, responded to this review
Hello Ms. Following your comments, we want to correct it. Firstly the breakfast buffet is 11 € per person and not € 22. With hot drinks - coffee nespresso - Orange juice presses - delicatessen - Cheese board - Dont Bio Products and Regional - Far Breton - Crepes - Eggs and 3 Fruit juice - fruit salad and nuts - pasta speculos; Honey, Jams Artisan Cereal dontt a Bio - rice cakes, Swedish bread, craquottes 3 ??Kinds of Pastries and Breads various Etc ...... AND .... All this Will! .... On the other hand, upon arrival the manager and the Virginia Receptionist you indicated time of Breakfast and the room. At no time was it mentioned that the P.Déjeuners were included (Price displayed in rooms and reception) This was also clearly stated on your booking form you gave us upon arrival. When your comment submitted on BWestern you have specified appreciate the cleanliness of our property and its decor. We thank you. Receive our Fougeraises greetings. Sylvie Corbes (Manager)
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