Best Western Le Cheval Blanc,  Honfleur 

3.5/5  - based on 552 guest reviews.
2, Quai Des Passagers, 14600, Honfleur, France - See map
+33 2 31816500 +33 2 31895280



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Facing the fishing port of Honfleur, a quaint seaside town nestled on the Normandy coast, and historic rendezvous for artists from all around the world, the Best Western® Le Cheval Blanc is located at the entrance of the old harbor of Honfleur. The harbor welcomes year round the old rigging ships and many great sailing boats. The distinctiveness of the area lays in the Upper-Normandy style houses dating from the 17th, and 18th century, that make up the banks (classified site) of the harbor. We are located between the Lower and Upper Normandy regions, and close to the D-Day landings. Deauville is just 15 minutes away, 20 minutes from Le Havre (via the Normandy bridge), and two hours from Paris via A13 Motorway. The Best Western® Le Cheval Blanc invites you to stay in one of our 39 rooms, suites or studios. An efficient team will welcome you and recommend the main attractions and visits for your spare time. A breakfast buffet is served each morning in a room filled with traditions and overlooking the harbor. Enjoy your stay.

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Best Western Le Cheval Blanc,Honfleur
  • 5
    « Good value »

    This hotel was in a great location, everything within walking distance. Buffet breakfast was good and plentiful. The room was spacious and clean with two Wifi plug-ins. We had a room facing the harbor but it was quiet. There's no parking at the hotel. We had to park a few blocks away which was no problem for us?we're walkers..but others might have a problem. A good value.

    « D day »

    Great hotel, witha wonderful service, the city is really beautiful and where Eugene, the painter, who started the Impressionism was from Honfleur, very interesting city history and not so faraway from the D-day landing places in 1945. The city is Close to greats oysters farmers, very instructive. The hotel is in front of the Harboe, nice view, and few steps to the center of the city. Great rooms, fantastic breakfasts, with a great service mindset employees.

    « Location! »

    What a lovey hotel. We arrived there straight off a cruise, just after 9 to drop off our luggage as check isn't til 3pm. The lovely receptionist immediately promised that our room would be cleaned as a priority so we would be able to check in earlier, she then offered us a different room (same price) as that was already vacated and could be ready by 11. It was so nice to be able to check in that early, we really appreciated it. The room we were given was very spacious and comfortable with a great view!. Would definitely recommend this hotel if you are staying in Honfleur.

    « Amazing stay in Honfleur »

    This hotel on the waterfront is excellent. The staff are friendly and welcoming, the rooms were spacious, very clean and the bed was comfortable. The view of the port from the windows was picture perfect. My room, 323, was one of the best in which I have stayed during my frequent trips to France. An excellent experience.

    « Great little annexe studio »

    Lovely separate studio apartment for a family of 4 with a great view of harbour with balcony. Stayed as a stopover for one night on route to Brittany .Very central and crisp modern decor. Main Hotel is also beautifully decorated and staff are very polite. No air con so maybe ask for fan in hot weather. Would reccomend and definitely Honfleur as a stopover .

    « Short stay in Honfleur »

    Reception makes the hotel look much nicer than it is. First room we were offered had a giant crack in the wardrobe door. We asked for another room and this was offered eventually and begrudgingly. But the receptionist made it obvious the he thought we were being fussy. Rooms comfortable but dated. Wifi signal comes and goes. For the price I would have expected air conditioning but instead we had to have the windows open on a very hot August evening. As the hotel is on a very busy road this made for a very poor night's sleep. Honfleur is delightful and worth a visit. This hotel is not.

    « Lovely staff - all else disappointing »

    Very smart reception area with charming, helpful staff. Breakfast excellent. Stairs and corridors up together. Downhill thereafter. We were on third floor (all rooms seem to face front) and views of Honfleur lovely. Our room was noisy (pigeons on roof, much nighttime activity collecting bins, emptying of bottles from bars into skips) bedroom window only open a bit because of pigeons flying towards the roof - bedding and towels appalling - should have been washed at higher temp to get rid of evidence of previous residents - and the towels were so thin they should only have been for floor cloths - all quite shocking for the room rate - best western need to get a grip here - someone is cutting corners. Clean and tidy but....

    « Overnight stay in Honfleur »

    What a great place full of old world charm, everything at your finger tips, once you have parked your car. Very busy but full of restaurants and different cuisines. Harbour boat trips every 40 mins. Pony and trap rides around the town.

    « Very central »

    A good find this right in the middle of Honfleur - everywhere is walkable, vast range of restaurants surround hotel. Very clean and tidy well-run place, very old building but tastefully contemporary. Public or hotel parking nearby. Highly recommend.

    « Think twice about booking in the summer »

    I booked this hotel because I read the reviews about the great location and the view of the harbor. The views are lovely but think twice if booking in the summer because the rooms are Very hot and you will definitely need to sleep with the windows open. Even with the windows open, it was still uncomfortable and this was on a day that wasn't particularly warm. The noise prevented everyone in my family from sleeping. We live in a city and are used to noise but it was incredibly loud listening to trucks rumble past throughout the night and pedestrians on the waterfront. I might consider the hotel in the fall / winter but in the summer, without air conditioning, I would look for other options.

  • 3
    « Great central location, dogs accepted, but hot and noisy »

    We arrived without a booking in high season and there was still different room types available. We are traveling with dog and were turned away at other places in town, the best western accepted us with our pooch. Our superior room overlooking the harbour was nice and clean and the bed was comfy. The view is great I have to admit but we were less impressed at 23:00 at night when we wanted to sleep and there was a live rock concert in a café beneath our window. Since the room gets to hot with closed windows we had to leave them open and could hear the concert, the people having a great time in the street, the cars rolling at all hours over the pavement, the garbage truck collecting glass at 5 in the morning... I didn't have any earplugs and didn't get much sleep. The town is lovely and we enjoyed it very much. It is a good idea however to park at a free parking (there is one at 500m from the BW) and have a central hotel so that you don't worry about parking fees if you stay more days. (10€ for 12 hours at the most paying parking lots)

    « Good location with great views »

    Located in the old centre of town overlooking the quays you would be hard stretched to find a better hotel. The private parking is quite a way out and I'd question the value of paying the charge for this. We were there for the Bastille day celebrations and had a superb view from our room window. If you can ask for a room with a view it's well worth it.

    « Pleasant enough but needs air conditioning »

    This hotel is in a central location overlooking part of the harbour. Parking can be booked through the hotel for 12E a day but it's a few minutes drive away up a very narrow road. It's quite a noisy area but the windows must be double glazed as it was fine when they were closed. Unfortunately in the summer the room gets quite warm and with no air conditioning you really need the windows open! We knew the hotel didn't have a/c but thought that perhaps it wouldn't need it - it's probably fine most of the year but the weather was warm during our stay. The hotel is ok, nothing special really. For example, the towels were small and thin, the sofabed in our room was beige and grubby, the shower cubicle was very small, breakfast was fairly basic (unpleasant sausages and egg, basic orange juice not freshly squeezed, weak coffee etc). Nevertheless it was a good base for a couple of days and not particularly expensive. Honfleur is a delightful place with lots of restaurants around the harbour. It's worth trying the restaurants away from the harbour too. We found everyone very friendly and had good service wherever we went. Honfleur also has a large attractive park, public pool and tennis courts which we used (book through the tennis club next to the courts). You can walk to a small beach - about 15-20 minutes pleasant walk by the sea or through the park. There are some nice looking places nearby which we drove through en route and it's not far from Deaville - a large, bustling seaside town which isn't as pretty as Honfleur but has a good beach and plenty to do.

    « Great location and great staff! »

    We stayed one night in the Apartment just round the corner from the hotel, there were three of us and it is small nut lovely, with a balcony and a great view. We had also prebooked parking which is a distance away but you can unload luggage easily so not a problem. The man at reception was extremely friendly and helpful. We loved Honfeur and wished we were staying longer! Two small items with the apartment, there was no air con and it was very hot, but in fairness night we stayed it was much hotter than normal temperatures. Also it would have been useful to have a few teabags and coffee as you would have in a hotel room. Just small things, overall our experience was fantastic!

    « Great location with spectacular view, but no AC. »

    While our room was fairly basic, it was spacious and clean -- and the location was terrific. Our room overlooked the beautiful basin, with the carosel in the distance. It did cool off at night. The best thing about this hotel is the hotel staff at the front desk. They couldn't have been more helpful in recommending restaurants -- all of which were excellent. Parking was a problem because it was a holiday weekend. One of the staff even offered to give us her parking space when she left for the day. The location was terrific for walking this charming town.

    « North West France road trip 2016 »

    Good location right at the edge of the main town. Great views over the water from our rooms. It wasn't part of our plan but it was bastille day whilst we were there and we saw the festivities and fireworks from our room.

    « Nice view & central location. »

    We stayed 2 x nights, our room was cosy & had a good view across the port, it was a relaxing place, the front desk staff especially Pauline were very helpfull, going above & beyond to assist us with concerns caused by rail/ferry & petrol strikes.

    « Clean, quiet and convenient »

    We stayed at the guest apartments. The room was spacious, clean and located just on the shoreline with a lovely view. There was no elevator, but this had been clearly stated on their webpage so that was alright. The wifi worked wonderfully.

    « We love Honfleur. »

    Great stay with our group of 11. Great location right on the water and the staff was excellent with all of our needs. Parking right across the street. Would definitely stay there again. Rick/ Oklahoma USA

    « Great choice in Honfleur »

    Had a lovely room overlooking the harbour. Perfectly located for visiting Honfleur. Could easily walk to the shops and restaurants. Room was a good size, quiet and well appointed. Bed and bedding was comfortable. Breakfast was available but we declined. They had parking for a fee in their own private garage about six blocks away. You were able to pull up in front of the hotel to load and unload luggage so it wasn't an issue.

  • 1
    « Very uncaring staff! »

    Was meant to be a thank you to my parents for supporting with childcare and a relaxing family break. We arrived on the Saturday after Good Friday, the next day, dad slipped in the shower and fell and broke his rib in two places. The support from the receptionist, at the time of the accident, was diabolical - shrugging her shoulders and stating that it was Easter Sunday and there was no service available to help my dad who was crying out in pain. My mum was passed the phone directory by the receptionist and told to call someone - my mum doesn't speak French. After persisting, the receptionist called the fire brigade who then took him to hospital - where he spent the remainder of his holiday. The worst thing about this was that no one asked us how he was! Very disappointed and a shame as have had some lovely holidays in Honfleur. Will definitely not be returning to this hotel!

    « France 2016! »

    GREAT location! Great value! plenty of room - we booked a triple room and it was just fine. Traveling with our teen was a little tricky but this was a great spot with a lovely view. The teen was able to unwind at the hotel and meet us later. Good breakfast. Very helpful staff!

    « Good value, nothing special »

    Family of four took two rooms, side by side. Views were over the harbor, "but not the prettier side" as one of our party said. Still, good sized rooms, friendly staff, great location, didn't break the bank.


    Stayed in one of the apartments just around the corner from the foyer entrance. It was clean well appointed and comfortable for the 3 of us. $ adults would have been cramped but for 2/3 its fine. The sofa in the living room is the second bed and once up leaves little space to get to the kitchen area. Ask at reception for clean towels as the apartment isn't cleaned every day.

    « Lovely hotel in the heart of Honfleur »

    The hotel is right on the harbor in tge centre of town. We had a lovely sea view triple room. The hotel has recently been refurbished and even boasts a steam room on the second floor. Staff was friendly and breakfast in our room was amazing. Rates were reasonable. Would definitely return.

    « Small rooms but the service outweighs the downsize. »

    The staff is extremely accommodating and we chose a room overlooking the Honfleur harbor. Beautiful view and quite close to restaurants, shops and galleries. The breakfast is as close to American as you will find. Buffet of scrambled eggs, sausage, bacon, breads, coffee, etc. Wonderful little hotel and part of the Best Western Hotels.

    « The town is literally on your front step... »

    Best Western Hotel Le Cheval Blanc is in a very good, central, location from which to explore Honfleur on foot (the only way you can really). The town is literally on your front step. The staff were friendly and considerate. The room was surprisingly spacious, had a first-rate view of the harbor, very nice decor and was clean and comfortably appointed. The only negative about it was the parking. It's quite a hike to their private parking (you should reserve a parking space with them in advance) but you can drop off your luggage in front of the hotel first. Read the parking info carefully and you won't have a problem. The parking is a small nuisance when you consider everything else and it is not their fault. In a small, medieval town with narrow twisty streets like Honfleur space is at a real premium and I applaud the hotel for having any parking arrangements at all for their guests. I would definitely recommend this hotel.

    « Best View in Honfleur »

    If you are not bothered by some traffic noise at night, and don't mind parking in a public pay car park just 40 meters across the road then Le Cheval Blanc could be the Honfleur hotel for you. We stayed in the Alphonse suite which was large and comfortable. The reception team were excellent especially Mylene who is one of the most helpful front desk persons I have met. As you will see on the map, the hotel is directly adjacent to the water centre of Honfleur which is a real delight, unless it's high season when it is very very busy. Thank you Mylene for your excellent help.

    « It could have been nice.. »

    Reception very unfriendly and uninterested in helping. Hotel information misleading in saying ?safe car park nearby'. The car park was not safe, with the gate unlocked, and certainly not nearby being 500 meters from the hotel through extremely narrow streets totally unsuitable for cars. Despite Honfleur being a complete tourist trap with the harbour area absolutely packed with restaurants, there was nowhere to eat between 3-6 PM, including room service in the hotel that also was shut when all restaurants were closed. What could have been a fantastic experience of an old French fishing town turned instead into a long wait for dinner that in the end was spoiled by too many peanuts and crisps to keep the hunger away until we finally could eat after a whole days unwanted fast. Will not have happy memories of Honfleur.

    « Great location and enjoyable stay »

    Stayed one night attracted by location and a reasonable price for a sea/harbour view. Reception staff good and efficient. Room is quite small so not really 'superior' but does have a nice view. Looking at the fire plan then most of the rooms are a similar size so photos on Expedia a little flattering. Room and bathroom well fitted out - plenty of clothes space and even lots of coat hangers. Main problem with room was it was hot - no air conditioning so we left the windows open. Breakfast was pretty good for 13eur - better selection than usual French continental breakfast. They do have parking but we had already parked in public car park which is slightly cheaper. If you do want to park then you have to reserve which is a good idea because parking is tricky everywhere. Honfleur great and location is a good way to enjoy it

  • 4
    « wonderful location in beautiful town »

    As a last minute booking and based on good reviews on TA we stayed here for our one night in Honfleur. Location is amazing. You basically pay for the location although even this is good value. Our room overlooked the port and we could easily walk to a huge array of restaurants. Couple of no nos for a hotel. There were no towels in the room and we had to go and ask for them and no toiletries in bathroom. However staff friendly and the location was worth the other little problems so we would stay here again.

    « Great Views »

    A lovely hotel with fabulous views of the harbour. Our room was beautifully decorated. Clean and comfortable. Mini bar. Tea and coffee making facilities. View of hotel from across the harbour and a picture from our hotel window. Really friendly staff. Would happily stay here again. It's a little more expensive than some but really lovely.

    « Pleasant hotel in stunning location »

    Very pleasant hotel in a stunning location close to Honfleur centre and harbour. The rooms were small but very clean and well appointed with nice en-suits. The staff were friendly and the buffet breakfast was good. A good place to explore the delights of this fabulous place

    « Perfect location in wonderful harborside old town »

    Everything about Cheval Blanc was excellent. The staff was all friendly, the rooms all face the front harborside view, and the location is central for wandering the harbor and old town. It is an older hotel, but all modern conveniences so the perfect combination of old and new.

    « Perfect location in Honfleur »

    This hotel is in a perfect location right on the water in Honfleur. You can walk out the door and see an amazing view that inspired painters through the centuries. The rooms are spacious and comfortable. Parking is available in the public lot across the street up to 24-hours at a time.

    « Great view - wonderful town »

    The town is a classic seaside village - with plenty of shopping and a million restaurants. The hotel is right in the middle of it all - on the water, with a great view of the harbor and town square. And just a 10 min walk to the beach. There's a nice steam room with plenty of towels and bathrobes. The staff was friendly and helpful, and spoke perfect English.

    « Amazing hotel »

    Le Cheval Blanc is in a lovely position right by the harbour. The rooms are very comfortable and the breakfast is amazing. Some of the best scrambled eggs we have eaten. The only slight annoyance is the distance to the car park, an interesting walk though.

    « Perfect Location for one night »

    We toured Normandy and spent one night at the Best Western. Location was perfect. Town is charming and we walked and walked. We parked car in lot 2 minutes away. Close to everything. Room was very clean and bright. Front desk was professional and courteous. Terrific hotel for the price.

    « Fantastic Location »

    The hotel is in a fantastic location, you couldn't ask for better. Stunning views of the harbour from our room and right in the centre of things. Very friendly reception staff. But the rooms could do with some updating - our en-suite smelt of mould and a lick of paint wouldn't hurt. We breakfasted by the port so have no comment regarding breakfast. Honfleur is a delight and I'm sure we'll visit there again.

    « Great location, but... »

    The location is really good but our superior room wasn't very big and there were a fair few petty irritations, e.g. Hot water took ages, the floor was uneven and the wardrobe sloped into the room. The staff were generally friendly but the guy on duty when we arrived some hours before three (when rooms are available) just said you've got to wait. The hotel car park is 500m away so budget 10 EU a day for the public car park.

  • 5
    « One night stay »

    We love this hotel! Location, staff, rooms, service ! They have recently renovated the lobby. rooms are next. Get a room with the harbor view, well worth the small extra fee. Our 5+ time and will return for sure.

    « Excellent Position »

    We stayed in an apartment owned by Cheval Blanc which was right next door to the hotel.It was quite new and had every thing you needed such as microwave fridge and oven.The view from the balcony was terrific.There is parking just opposite but you have to pay but if you go about five hundred yards towards Deauville there is plenty of free parking.We booked with and they give the address of the apartment but you have to book in at Le Cheval Blanc.I have informed of this mistake and hope they change the booking in address .

    « Where's breakfast? »

    They put us in a very small room. Forget the cat. After we complained , they put is in a lovely corner room with views of the harbour. If you arrive by car, be prepared for a long walk from the local car park, for which you have to pay.. Be down early for breakfast, otherwise nothing gets replaced. Tables are never cleared, No extra cutlery or plates. This hotel doesn't have a bar or restaurant. Staff are lovely, but we would never stay here again. A real let down for a Best Western Hotel.

    « Honfleur from the 3rd floor »

    And what a great view across the harbour - not quite across the old Bassin - but enough to capture the spirit of Honfleur, the carousel and the illuminated big wheel. So, a lovely location a stone's throw away from the heart of the town and its myriad eateries. A pleasant and quirky bedroom - glass panels in the door to the en-suite facilities don't leave much to the imagination! - but very comfortable and clean. Just a one-night stay for us (without breakfast - our choice) but Le Cheval Blanc lives up to Best Western's high standards as regards amenities and staff, and retains its individual character without feeling at all corporate and "chainy". The secure car park is situated a good 10-minute walk from the hotel and won't be to everyone's taste, especially in inclement weather - it's quite a challenging drive to reach it via the old town too! - but there's a perfectly adequate public car park (metered) behind the hotel.

    « visit 8th September 3 nights »

    If you just want a few days away in a pleasant area and first class hotel then stay here. Get a harbor view its worth it right in the town so little walking to shop or eat. Clean and attractive rooms, nice style and very well presented reception where you will be met with a smile and efficient simple check in. Its a very busy access area as the day livens up and parking is arranged through the Hotel or only two minutes away. Restaurants in abundance around a very pretty marina so the Hotel is well positioned. We will stay again.

    « Lovely hotel. »

    We have just spent 2 nights at the Cheval Blanc in Honfleur. Firstly the hotel is spotlessly clean and the rooms really well appointed with tea/coffee making in all rooms.The staff were friendly and professional. We didn't eat there so cannot comment on the food. The position of the hotel was a mixed blessing. It was right on the outer harbour and absolutely perfect for exploring Honfleur, being only minutes away from everything. Later at night it did get a little noisy outside which may upset some. Overall Honfleur is a wonderful place to visit and we would definitely stay at the Cheval Blanc again.

    « 2nd stay. Love it »

    Having stayed here before (about 10 years ago) we decided to return. Location great, the hotel has had a face lift to a good standard and is clean and tidy. We didn't use any of the facilities but noticed they now have a massage / treatment room onsite. If you're looking to avoid the Novotel / Ibis type hotel, definitely recommended if you need somewhere to stay in Honfleur.

    « Perfect position »

    The room we had was 'Superior' which you pay extra for .. But it was worth it. We were right by the port within easy access to the town and the view must be the best in town. Honfleur iis full of interesting things to see.. We really enjoyed the art galleries. There are countless very attractive restaurants, many serving fresh fish including moules and frit, which were delicious. The bus station is about 5 minutes walk from the hotel but get a timetable from the tourist info as they are not very frequent. We had a very nice stay in Honfleur.

    « Great location but could do with updating »

    Firstly I want to say that the hotel is in fantastic location, you couldn't ask for better. Stunning views of the harbour and right in the centre of things. But, too hot, too noisy and terrifying trip up to the secure parking lets it down. The breakfast was also a bit expensive. They need to invest in improving the decor, curtains were ripped and cushions were patched up. Lovely old building and good size rooms are also a bonus though.

    « Good location »

    Great location convenient for most of the old part of Honfleur and port.Room very clean and staff very helpful and pleasant. The down side is that during renovation Air Conditioning should have been fitted in the rooms because when it is hot,as was during our stay, the window needed to be open but this proved a mistake because of the traffic noise and late night revellers plus the rubbish collection in the early hours of the morning.If you intend to use the hotel car park then be aware that it is a good 5 minutes walk up hill from the hotel.

  • 4
    « Conveniently Located »

    This hotel is right on the port. It is a convenient stroll to everywhere in Honfleur. The hotel staff was very nice and the room was clean and updated. Not the Best Western you're used to staying in The States!

    « Beautiful »

    Beautiful room and view of harbor. Staff very pleasant and spoke some English. Helped us find nice dinner. We had quad room with bunks for the girls and a wonderful king bed for us. No A/C but not needed as breeze from the harbor had us comfortable all night.

    « Great place to stay »

    Nicely renovated hotel on the edge of the harbor in Honfleur. We stayed in a junior suite overlooking the old port area, decoration was clean and modern with everything you need. The term junior suite might be a bit of a stretch though, it's a bigger room with a sofa bed but none the less it had charm and we loved it Staff had all been professional and welcoming throughout the stay. Go early for breakfast as things run out when it's busy but they do their best to restock as soon as they can. Only downside is the internet which is worse than useless and parking is in the pay and display close by for €10 per day If they could make a bike store for my beloved racing cycle then I would rate then 5 star but seriously it's a great place in a lovely town go stay there!

    « Awful room »

    Lovely reception, great staff, but the room was awful - ghastly odour, mean size, dreadful decor, not clean, plastic floor, stuffy (but could not open window as this opened curtains allowing 'Stalag' type spotlight into room, duvet was max TOG so either too hot or chilled, sink didn't drain, clear signs of leakage from radiators, shower screen had lost its bottom seal and corridor outside poorly cleaned (still signs of staining) - Don't go here!!!

    « Good location but tired rooms »

    We stayed here for one night breaking our journey back to the UK. The location is good - albeit a bit noisy at times - and the views from the room were lovely. The rooms are small and a bit tired looking but clean and there is free wifi. They are dog-friendly but charge extra per dog (I note that children under 12 are free if they share a room - go figure!!)


    Stay elsewhere outside of town. This place is crawling with tourists, making access to the hotel difficult and luggage unloading and parking a problem. Also, no assistance with luggage for seniors. For cooling the room, you have to open the windows, making it very noisy. Staff behind reception desk preoccupied with other things as constantly has head bowed.

    « Lovely short break »

    The hotel is well located by the marina and has good views. The staff were all extremely helpful and Honfleur is a lovely place for a short break with lots to see and some very good restaurants recommended by the hotel staff.

    « cheval blac »

    for the price room was okay . only hassle construction was on the front of the hotel so we had to unload from the back steep stairs at the back with 1 big luggage and 2 small one . value for money pay for what you get

    « Best Western Honfleur France »

    Great views of the Honfleur harbor at this hotel. But don't be fooled. The lift is too small, the rooms are too small, the shower is too small, the floor in the room slants in at least three different directions. Best Western should divest itself from this building.

    « Small Room, Ok Stay »

    Room was very small, bed was small and hard. Room and bathroom were clean. There is no parking on site. The open air lot is a 10 minute walk up a small and narrow street. The hotel is also not very clearly marked if you are driving by- we missed it twice when we drove by.

  • 3
    « Not quite the Best Western »

    We stayed here for three nights from 30th June and chose this hotel primarily because of the secure car park (travelled in a vintage soft top so essential) and it's central location. The location was great and, apart from the tiny room and petite shower room (no room for bath) it was what we wanted as we intended to spend our stay touring and not in the hotel. However, although we knew the 'secure' car park was 500 metres (at least!) away we didn't realise it was not covered and up a very steep road. I hate to think what we would have done if the weather was not good! Other minor items were the steam room not working the only time we tried it and the receptionist not knowing anything about the Deauville horse racing on that week. All in all a very average experience that won't put us off using the franchise again.


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·From: Motorway A13 (Paris). After Beuzeville toll, take motorway A29-direction Honfleur (15 kilometers), then follow exit N° 3- Honfleur, continue on secondary road D 580 for 3 kilometers, and enter Honfleur city center by Quai lepaulmier. Take a right at the roundabout, in the direction of Quai de la Tour- straight ahead. The Quai des Passagers is located opposite on the left. ·From: Motorway A131 (Le Havre). Join Motorway A29, in direction of Caen (9 kilometers). Take the Normandie gate. Then follow exit N° 3 - Honfleur, continue on secondary road D 580 for 3 kilometers, and enter Honfleur city center by Quai lepaulmier. Take a right at the roundabout, in the direction of Quai de la Tour-...

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