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Reviewed July 11, 2017

I was here on the 5th July for one night, it was very hot, and the pool was most welcoming, the staff were very helpful, it was very nice to chill in the gardens and listen to the birds, with a cold beer. I was at the back of the hotel and it was very quite, nice size rooms.

Date of stay: July 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank danny c
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Reviewed December 7, 2016 via mobile

The hotel is typical for a French 3* hotel. The hotel is pretty centrally located in St Girons which is a good base for this area. The rooms are of a mixed standard, some basic, some more comfortable. Those overlooking the garden have the best views. The proprietor Sylvie was extremely accommodating and will sort out any arrangements or plans for you. The food was fine but not fine dining.

Date of stay: September 2016
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank archibald75
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Reviewed September 24, 2016

We had actually booked at Chateau Beauregard, but due to changed cycling plans, had arrived a day early in St Girons. CB were full, and called ahead to Hotel Eychenne who had space. Most people at the hotel seemed to be on organised cycling holidays (either in small groups or very large groups). There was a wonderfully large space off the courtyard for hanging bikes. The courtyard was great for having a drink, and the room and en suite were nice and spacious. The wood panelled bar area was cozy although the weird manakins with 1800s style dress were odd, but thankfully localised to the reception area. Breakfast included in the price was excellent, with cold meats, cheeses, boiled eggs as well as breads, cereals, jams. Our room on the first floor looked out onto the courtyard, where unfortunately guests were drinking until after midnight and kept us up. For a quieter nights sleep, I would recommend asking for a non-courtyard facing room (the road is very quiet). We ate in the restaurant, which served delicious food (33E 3 course menu), although they got one of our main courses wrong, and the service was very slow.

Room tip: Rooms overlooking courtyard can suffer from late night drinker noise
Date of stay: September 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Katie A
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Sylvie C, Gérant at Hotel Eychenne, responded to this reviewResponded October 12, 2016

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Reviewed September 6, 2016

Seduced by promises of Mountain Views we were disappointed by a fairly small room at the end of the corridor whose window opened onto a very hot rooftop with a slight view of some hills. The whole decor and feel was from the 1950's. This was not without its charm, with lots of old furniture and artefacts around the hotel, but felt distinctly stuffy in August. There was no help with luggage, but there is a very useful lift almost adjacent to the car park.
The swimming pool was brilliant. Nothing fancy and even perhaps a bit run down, but to be able to cool down in the water, then laze on a sunbed in a garden almost in the town centre was just wonderful after a long hot drive.
Dinner was taken outside, very very pleasant surroundings, though tables and furniture were nothing special and the organization for taking orders was delightfully haphazard (unless you're in a hurry..surely not on an August Saturday evening!) For main course we chose veal rosé: it was absolutely delicious, succulent pieces of meat almost melted in the mouth. One of the best pieces of meat I have ever eaten.
Perhaps we were unlucky with the breakfast. We came down neither early nor late, other people arrived after us. The juice jars were both empty and we had to point this out to staff....were they short sighted? There was some cereal available but we could see nothing in which to serve it. The "café" was a disgrace; what was in it, chicory? Old socks? After such a good dinner, the breakfast was incomprehensibly bad. While we ate two staff noisily cleared up the adjacent tables, even though there were enough tables set for new arrivals. Perhaps the staff need some training?
What remains though, is the swimming pool and the dinner meat. Hence the four stars.

Date of stay: August 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank cliffordchambers
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Reviewed August 17, 2016

Went there with my boyfriend and our dog. The hotel looks nice but the service is TERRIBLE! The restaurant had great food! but with the rude people working there , (knowing nothing about service), we went home even earlier than expected.
The breakfast had nothing and was super expensive. The cleaning lady went in to the room both of the days, ten o'clock in the morning without even knocking on the door.
No one speaks english except of the receptionist, and they get angry with you if you don't speak french.

This is the first time in my life I'm ever writing a bad comment, but I was feeling like I was bothering them for even staying there, so we even left one day before...

Not worth the money at all and I will absolutely never go back or recommend this to anyone.

Date of stay: August 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Sofia F
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Sylvie C, Responsable réception at Hotel Eychenne, responded to this reviewResponded August 28, 2016

Dear Sofia, So sorry to hear that you such a bad experience in our hotel. Not all of the staff currently speaks English, that is true; but in order to make your stay as pleasant as possible, there was always someone speaking English to help you out, no one got angry with you. The cleaning lady did not walk into your room those days unannounced but used the vacuum in the next room; it disturbed your boyfriend who almost insulted her; if she didn't have to spend over an hour cleaning your dog's urine in the hallways, on the bed covers of your room, she would have perhaps time to clean other rooms at another moment. Once again, we are sorry you felt that as everybody tried their best to make you enjoy your holiday here. Anyways, we take note of all your other comments as our goal is to get most of your advices in order to improve the quality of our services. Kind regards, The Management Staff

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