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15 rue Saint-Cyr, 02000 Laon, France – Show map
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Le 15 - Maison de Prestige à Laon's staff speak: French
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Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Non-smoking throughout
16:00 - 19:00 hours
Until 12:00 hours
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In the heart of the Picardy region, this hotel sits in the centre of the historical city of Laon. It offers a gourmet restaurant and spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 259 reviews Good
The uniqueness of the house itself which sends you in historical times. The smell of the wood fire in the morning. The eceptionnal furnitures
Location and breakfast
Bathroom was ancient with awkward shower and toilet on the landing not ensuite. Parking could also be a problem however we were lucky and managed to park outside the door but there is no private parking.
Quaintness Quality of furnishings and décor, especially panelling and plasterwork Breakfast and the sumptuous Visitor's Book. Virtually unique
On street parking was too tight for comfort bearing in mind the battered bumpers of many local vehicles.
Cold due to lack of heating.(November) No safe parking. Poor breakfast, (stale bread and jam) Not allowed in room until 4pm.
It was in the heart of the historical area, close to restaurants and all the sights. Parking was arranged for us directly outside. The owners were friendly and helpful and the style and décor were far from the usual corporate blandness.
Very difficult to find on foot and impossible to find by car because of the one way streets. There was no sign outside and we walked past it twice (in the pouring rain).
It was more like staying in a private house in the 19th c. than an hotel. The library had Plato and Racine instead of old airport novels. While we were there the owner was on his holidays and we spent our time feeling like a cross between guests and burglars.
The bathroom was en suite. The loo wasn't, we had to walk along a corridor to get there. It meant going past the library with the huge collection of classical masterworks.
Great location close to the center of a lovely old town, although the house is hard to find. Parking in the street available off season. Enormous bed which was quite comfortable (although we would have preferred white linen rather than chocolate brown).
Very expensive for a B&B. We were not expecting a homestay type of holiday, greeted by the sound of small children at the door. The level of comfort and cleanliness was not as described. The private bathroom was not as clean as we would expect, there was even an old bar of soap (we would rather not be given any than a used bar). The water heater tank stood in the corner, the bath appeared to be reclaimed but not restored, very rough on the bottom! And two unmatching basins - we had seen better examples thrown in skips. We were promised a wardrobe and while looking for it, thought that maybe a door in the bathroom might be it? It opened onto another room with someone there - it should have been locked! There was no wardrobe. The toilet was outside our room off a corridor - not shared maybe, but definitely not private. Our window view was of 3 sorry looking chickens in a coup the size of a rabbit hutch...we were hopeful that although we had been woken early by their clucking we might have an egg for breakfast. But it was a spartan affair. We were expecting a continental breakfast but everything was sweet based and we did not find the presence of a luminous green potty in the doorway to the kitchen very appealing. We were promised Wifi - not available in our room - it does work in the dining room. There are two hotels in the town which were cheaper and looked cleaner. If expensive B&B, furnished with junk shop aquisitions is what you particularly want, then Le 15 would be right up your street, but it did not work for us.
A total surprise, unexpected luxury, very nicely and tastefully appointed. It was more a sort of B&B than a hotel. felt as if you were a part of the house
Impossible to park outside
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