Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Lacanau-Ocean, Hôtel Côte d'Argent is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Hôtel Côte d'Argent makes it easy to enjoy the best of Lacanau-Ocean.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and Hôtel Côte d'Argent makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a sun terrace. In addition, guests can enjoy a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you’re looking for a wine bar, consider a visit to Le Yaka or Chez Fred'O, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hôtel Côte d'Argent.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Hôtel Côte d'Argent is sure to make your visit to Lacanau-Ocean one worth remembering.
If you arrive through the restaurant the initial impression is good. This impression crashes through the floor when you go behind the scenes and up to the room. The access to the hotel itself is via a space behind the kitchens which is also used for the bins. (There is an alternative via a spiral staircase - perhaps the 'least worst' option). There was a climb to the third floor and then we entered the room. The view over the beach was magnificent. The decor was really tired and the flooring had huge gaps between the planks! Lacanau is going to be a Olympic town in 2024 so I hope this building is knocked-down and rebuilt before then!
This hotel is badly in need of refurbishment, the rooms are small and very scruffy, the door to the balcony did not lock, the corridors were dirty and poorly lit. When we checked in the lady who showed us to the room as not all interested.
I do not know what position he holds in this hotel, but the reception we got from a man in the bar of this hotel was the worst I have experienced in ten years of cycling trips. Whether he was the owner, the manager or the dishwasher, he badly needs a crash course in good manners and the proper way to greet guests in this hotel. His attitude was more that of a prison guard or a drill sergeant in the French foreign legion than a hotelier . This of course possibly tainted my view of the hotel generally , but I was not impressed. I did not feel welcome and was glad to leave the next day. Kevin Ireland
This hotel is located front to the sea is a good place to go. The rooms have been refreshed this year and they are cosy. Bathrooms are made with stone, it s beautiful. The restaurant is god and iwould recommand you to drink a caipiroska the bar tender do it so good. The staff is very nice. Just one point i didn t like the breakfast croissant and bread is not good they ve to improve on that point. But it s aplace to go !
Visited as one of a large group who stayed for one night in early July. Most members of the group were satisfied with the hotel given the price we had paid. The rooms are generally small though a couple of friends felt their rooms were very small. The shower in my room shared with two friends was modern and the room had a sea view. Our room was, however, very warm and I would not wish to be in the room without air conditioning in high summer. A bottle of water per person was provided in the room. I found the hotel staff friendly and very helpful. We ate in the restaurant and enjoyed a pleasant evening meal at reasonable cost. The breakfast was quite basic with a croissant, coffee and condiments served individually so no choice or options provided. The location is excellent and dining al fresco with a view of the Atlantic Ocean is great. This is a reasonably priced hotel and you get what you pay for.…