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87, Avenue du Trois Septembre, 06320 Cap d'Ail, France – Show map
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Terrace, Sun Deck
Food & Drink
Newspapers, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Air Conditioning
Portuguese, Italian, French, Spanish, English
2:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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On the border of Monaco and the only hotel on the Cap d'Ail harbor, Le Quai Des Princes overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and the Port de Fontvieille. It's just over a quarter mile from the beach.
Score from 362 reviews Good
Hôtel Club Vacanciel Menton is a 19th-century luxury hotel, in the heart of Menton. It features landscaped grounds and is just a quarter mile from the beach.
Score from 753 reviews Good
This hotel is 300 metres from Monte Carlo Casino and an 8-minute walk from the beaches.
Score from 302 reviews Good
This residence features a swimming pool on the rooftop terrace and offers modern apartments. It is a 5 minute walk from Monte-Carlo’s Casino and a 10 minute walk from the beach.
Score from 617 reviews Good
Crisp,clean cotton sheets. Towels changed daily. Bed comfy. Housekeeping cleanliness superb despite......
...despite The Bad. Retuned to our room first evening to find it completely empty. Not one of our possessions were there.Bar staff explained we were in a room for 4, they needed that room for 4 guests, so we were moved to a double room of tiny dimensions.They explained that they tried to phone (no-one home). In both rooms the wardrobe was impossible to use, the hanging rail way beyond our reach. In the 1st. room, no shower support, no shower curtain & placed inside a bath of bizarre proportions i.e. to small to use as a bath. In the second room the 'en-suite' door is a plastic folding door. Not comfortable. The Ugly.... both rooms had heavily marked walls, repainted with a similar colour. !st. room ceiling tiles hanging down & water stained ceilings. Broken over-bed light leaving bulb & wiring exposed. 2nd. room, no hot water from basin tap. Basin badly cracked. Mix match of shower tiles, again no shower support. Room with no natural daylight. window opened onto grotty factory wall A very depressing room. Management need to refurbish in a big way. Raid your piggy bank & stay elsewhere!
Communication was difficult because my French is very poor but when I had an unexpected problem an off duty staff member went way out of her way to help and resolved the situation even though it ruined her evening. The French showed they can be very caring when they recognize a person in trouble. I will always remember her selflessness.
Breakfast was not included so was an additional cost to the room
Considering you can get a travel lodge room for £60 which is 100 times better £79 is expensive for this room and the shower was more of a tub with no shower curtain and you had to hold the shower head yourself
Cleanliness and service Excellent location Value for money
The only advantage of the "hotel" is the location. It's very close to Monaco and the sea is also available by foot within 15 minutes.
The cleanness of the room is not that is acceptable. We found dirt in the corners. The room we stayed needs paint. The shower in the bathroom is spread in every direction except where we wanted. The room was very small. Wifi is limited. If somone else use it you have to wait to use.
the room was clean
four people and two big beds stuck in one little room for 100 Euros per night
nice room in hotel over restaurant on the main street with parking right next door. great food in the restaurant. Run by man from Australia.
We didn't arrive early enough to get full enjoyment of the area. It's beautiful. don't get takeout coffee/tea in the am -- its a big price for very small quantity.
Restaurant staff very good. rooms were tiny. WiFi doesn't work well.
Located in cute town. Beautiful beach, but a bit of a walk.
Dated rooms- needs Renovation! Room small for 4 people.
close to Monaco
room was very tired - needs refurbishment
nice and helpful staff, close to Monaco
Location, hospitaltiy of John (Manager) and his staff, Olivier, the loveliest chaffeur on the planet, the restuarant recommended to us by John (can't recall the name, ask John the Manager as it was exceptional).
Very central in Cap d'Ail; the accommodation is run by friendly people, it's fine, clean & affordable. We stayed due to visiting Eden @ Plage Mala; which is such a great place that we didn't want to leave so we left the car parked & enjoyed an evening of dinner & drinks at Eden. Made a last minute booking due to it being less than 10 mins walk from Plage Mala & had a good nights sleep.
The hotel's location was very convenient - one could go climbing to La Turbie, swimming in the sea, get something to eat - grocery stores and restaurants just a few steps apart, go for a walk in Monte-Carlo, which is really in a walking distance from the hotel.
The hotel is quite old and looks like never had a renovation - especially in the bathroom. The bed was so uncomfortable... The mattress was out of order. Our window was looking on the street, it was quite noisy.
The location was fine, except quite a distance from the railway station. Being on a main road it was very noisy. Close to a good bus service (No. 100).
The staff were aggressive, even hostile when asked for anything minor. Guests have to pay on arrival before even getting a key or seeing the room. The man who checked me in was more interested in tending bar than in helping me settle in. There were "no plugs" in the tiny, badly aired, depressing and spartan room. Bad beds, cubicle shower and no view, except for a wall and walkway. Paint work is old and showing signs of leaks on walls and ceilings. I was in room 8, which was a twin but I wouldn't recommend it for two sardines. The worst was the staff. When I asked for a triple plug so I could use my computer, my request was grumpily met and when I did manage to get the plug I was told in a gruff way: "You make sure you give this back tomorrow morning before leaving!" There appears to be no monitoring of the hotel, which has a separate entrance after 22.00h. I had four noisy, drunken and boisterous Italians carrying no next door until 1.30 am and smoking the hotel out, but there was no one to talk to. When I complained the next morning, I was told "there are signs up" and I got a shrug from the lady behind the counter. The insulation is non existent as I clearly heard teh insults shouted at me through the wall when I asked my neighbours to tone it down a bit. Thank God, I only stayed one night. I could not speak out strongly enough against this hotel and I don't think two stars are warranted for the facilities, never mind the diffident and rude staff. I think Booking.com should not put this hotel on offer and I will be very cautious about hotels on this site in the future. John Keating
It was impossible to get to the hotel from a railwail station, because it was too dark to walk with a lot of strange plants ,so we for the night to the different hotel;
It was in cap d'ail where I needed to be.
I had to haggle the price down (to 60 euros/night). I complained re room(the first one was ensuite missing a toilet); ceiling had water stains, just not very great; overall shabby; ancient furniture; tv almost at ceiling height. No breakfast although I was paying full price......I Didn't like the atmosphere at all. I wouldn't stay again.
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