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The hotel is what you would expect for a building that's hundreds of years old. But the view was breathtaking. I laid in bed trying to sleep but I couldn't due to not wanting to close my eyes. Laying in bed looking out the window...More
The only way to visit Mont Saint Michel is to stay in a hotel on the island. There is very little room on the island, get there in late afternoon and explore once the tour buses are gone. Stay overnight and get up for an...More
The staff here are clearly burned out from being in the hospitality business. When we arrived, the older gentleman acted as if he had no time to check us in, and it was not his job. When we finally found the person to check us...More
Lovely room with coffee and tea available. Breakfast can be delivered to your room. Good restaurant attached. Unbelievable views! I tipped one of the staff to carry my bag up and down the narrow, circular staircase. My suggestion is to pack light! No air conditioning,...More
It is worth the extra effort to spend the night on Mont Saint Michel itself. The crowds disappear and the whole experience changes. My room was clean and recently renovated.
Try to bring only what you will need for your actual stay. You will be...More
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I had to email or Skype them. If you have any members of your group who are disabled or older, do not go there! The rooms start on the "2nd floor" and go up to the 5th floor via a very narrow spiral staircase. No elevator... More
I had to email or Skype them. If you have any members of your group who are disabled or older, do not go there! The rooms start on the "2nd floor" and go up to the 5th floor via a very narrow spiral staircase. No elevator. I'd recommend staying off-island at 1 of the many hotel/motels then just getting up early & stay late for 1 day. Then head elsewhere.