This is possibly one of my favourite hotels. We stayed here 22 years ago and were very excited to be able to book 5 nights here post lockdown. I was not disappointed and felt it was even better. Our double double rooms were large and had nice facilities. The views from the terrace are breathtaking and sublime. Had two meals in the gorgeous dining room, which were excellent. A beautiful base for two lovely beaches and walks amongst the red granite rocks. Need a room looking out to sea when I come back!
Beautiful location with a view. Building needs urgent update. Not clean, staircase was very dirty, room was clean and as expected.Outside terrace (soft)seating was blocked all the time. Drinks and snacks very expensive. Worst breakfast ever tasted.. No fresh bread or croissants from plastic bags the day before, old fruit salad, old cookies, old apple pie..Cereal jar not covered many wasps, self service. Not very welcoming.
We stayed here for three nights in July, we asked for a view of the calanques and the sea and asked for the top floor - we loved being up there with the stunning views, but be aware there is no lift. The room was very spacious and the bathroom was good. We had dinner here each night - the terrace and restaurant have the most amazing views of the famous calanques. There are 2 very spacious terraces to sit outside on. It is a fascinating hotel (over 100 years old) and is owned and run by an amazing lady, Mardy and she has an excellent team of staff. To sit and have dinner in the restaurant is very special. There is an audible gasp from fellow diners as the sun sinks and the calanques are covered in a red glow. Overall - a wonderful experience.
A charming hotel located a short walk from town with plenty of parking. The room is charming with original doors, I think. We were there the last week of June during a heat wave and I knew sleeping at night would be an issue. There was no ventilation at all and it did wake us up. It’s expensive to add to an old building, but at the next renovation air conditioning would go a long way. Barring that, at least ceiling fans. I also feel the bathroom finishes don’t match the rest of the hotel. Breakfast buffet was very large and we enjoyed regional flavored yogurts. This definitely wins for best breakfast view! The terrace is also a great place for apero or a nightcap.
Although this would not have been our choice of hotel, we spent a night here on a walking holiday because our holiday company found lack of rooms elsewhere. This is an amazing building with enormous rooms and very creaky floors! The dining is superb and the views are wonderful. A bit like stepping back into the 50s, as the fascinating range of old photo cards on sale seems to confirm!