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BP 8 La Caserne, 50170 Le Mont Saint Michel – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.2/10! (score from 594 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Le Relais Du Roy.
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Hiking, Cycling, Horseback Riding, Bicycle Rental
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Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is needed) and charges apply.
Shuttle Service (free), 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Ticket Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
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7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
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Hotel Gabriel is located 1.6 Km from Mont Saint-Michel. It offers free Wi-Fi access and en suite rooms just a 25-minute walk from the walls of the old city.
Score from 434 reviews Very good
This hotel is in the countryside of Normandy and provides free Wi-Fi and an on-site restaurant with a terrace.
Score from 991 reviews Very good
This Mercure is in parkland just one mile from the abbey of Mont Saint Michel. It offers spacious rooms with private bathrooms, a restaurant and bar and plenty of free on-site parking.
Score from 510 reviews Very good
Hotel Vert offers pastel-colored rooms with a private bathroom, TV and free Wi-Fi access. It is located one mile from the Mont Saint-Michel tidal island on the Normandy Coast.
Score from 474 reviews Good
The hotel is in an ideal location from where you can see Le Mont Saint Michel and the bus stop for le Mont is just across the road. Our room was better than we expected, nice, clean and quiet with a comfortable bed.
There wasn’t much choice for the breakfast buffet and we couldn’t even get a hard-boiled egg out of the egg cooker and gave up after 3 cracked eggs.
Small but clean room.
Parking space was very tight.
Very good base for visiting Mont Saint Michelle. Good price for the area. With in-room tea and coffee. Close to a supermarket/cafe. Quiet at night.
Internet did not work and staff was incapable to help. In fact they know it often does not work anyway. Rather basic hotel. Bathroom was clean but with hair in hidden corners.
Good stay near to the causeway. Clean, friendly and comfortable.
Had to phone to get access code to enter area to park by hotel. Had to pay for this access to enter and park by hotel.
Have a code and 4 dollar paid for getting in the hotel area.
Location, location location. Cleanliness Facilities
Didn't have required Access Code sent with booking - had to telephone hotel to obtain it.
Fantastic location! When you exit the hotel, either turn right or left and walk for two minutes to get to the shuttle stop. This is the free shuttle that runs to the Mont every five or 10 minutes. It's awesome. If you turn left, this is the dam where there is a viewing platform and some description of why the damn is there and how it is keeping the Mont from becoming completely land locked. Not a bad way to spend 10 minutes. But you absolutely have to go to the Mont to experience high and low tide. Another reviewer I had said that it's great to take photos from here, but I would disagree. If you go to hours before high tide is supposed to peak, view it from the top near the Abbey. There are some viewpoints when you walk out from the main gates of the Abbey that you can look out and see miles and miles of just wet sand. It's a bit alarming to see some people walking out there, because they seem very far from any high points of land. Then when the tide comes in over the next two hours, make sure that you leave the Mont, and just at the very base, before you walk into where all the shops are, you can turn to the right, when you're facing the Mont, and walk along the base of the walls. If you are there about an hour before high tide, you will be walking maybe 100 feet from the walls on Beachy sand. It's crazy because there is a guard that will kick you out about a half hour later as the water is coming closer and closer to the walls, because the water will climb right up the walls. I think it's the best sense to see how all of this dryland has become flooded with water. It doesn't really come in like "galloping horses", but still it's absolutely amazing. Make sure that you do your research for when to be here if this is a important highlight of your trip. And honestly it should be if you are coming to France. It is one of the most incredible things I've seen traveling six continents.
It is crazy trying to get a taxi from the rail station to this hotel. I don't know why this is, because the Mont is apparently the second top tourist site in France. We are not fluent in French. There is just one lonely sign at the train station that has some phone numbers for the taxi. I asked the lady at the train station if she would speak to the taxi person for me, which she nicely did. Howtever, after waiting for 30 minutes in the rain, only one small taxi came for our group of eight. Empty taxis that came and went would not stop for us, I don't know why. Someone told us it was because of money, but I don't know how that makes sense. Anyhow, this taxi took four of us to the hotel. It's pretty far, maybe 20 minutes. There is a gate before he can get to the hotel where he has to have a code. He patiently try to get this code from our hotel, and after six tries was successful. Of course he was patient because the meter was running. When he dropped us off, he try to convince me to let the meter keep running so that after he picked up the other four in our group we could pay. Of course I was not going to go for that. I paid him for the one trip. What was really annoying, is that when we checked out we had to pay for euros for each of the two codes that was entered for the taxi to enter. Locals told us that this is a money grab by the people that own the hotel area. I don't know. But what really irks me is that there is a public bus that runs from the train station to the hotel, or just 50 m from it at the Mercure. It's one or two euros a person, you don't need to pay any code, and it's way more reliable than the taxis. I think that that should be on the hotel website. I'm a little bit ticked off at the train station lady, because we wanted to get on that bus when we were coming from the train station but she told us not to that we had to take a taxi. Maybe she is married to the taxi driver. Anyhow, location is everything.
Staff very friendly and helpful for budget minded travellers. Be sure to arrange for the key code to enter La Caserne.
Be ready to pay for the food. Tasty but spendy.
Great Location, nice hotel
Breakfast was 14 euros per person When you book make sure you factor this in. The b & b rate would have a been less. Also, getting to the hotel is difficult. Get the access code to the hotel before you arrive.
Loved to be able to walk outside and see Mont St. Michele from the room, albeit, leaning over the balcony a bit. Great location. Thrilled we stayed there. Easy shuttle service or can walk to Mont St. Michele. Great stay. Would do it again. Loved seeing Mont St. Michele at night-both from afar and exploring it at night.
Very pleasant and helpful staff. The hotel is one of the closest to Mont St. Michel. The restaurant was excellent – very good and responsible staff and incredibly tasty meal.
There is no air conditioning in the rooms. Also, there is no fridge. No elevator in the hotel.
Close to Mont-Saint Michel Clean / Comfortable
Hotel location is perfect.
The room was very big and with a lot of facilities; the hotel was near a panoramic point. The restaurant was very charming and relatively cheap for the very good quality of the dishes.
The staff forgot to send us the access code for the private road that leads to the hotel
the location is great, very near to the shuttle bus station. the room is clean. food in the restaurant is very delicious.
no air conditioner, too noisy to sleep when open the window.
Excellent location. Very helpful staff.
No elevator was a pain especially since our room was on the top floor. No air-conditioning made the room stuffy and uncomfortably warm. Only one small window did not allow for much ventilation.
Large room and bath room Walk direction to the path near observation platform Near shuttle bus stop and super market Have own restaurant
Location a little over priced but it was a great location
I thought too expensive but that's europe
Location is excellent. Rooms are clean and bathroom is spacious. Staff speak good English and are friendly and helpful.
Acess code was not e-mailed day before arrival it was not done until day of arrival, had no access to e-mail on day of arrival, unable to contact hotel by phone so had to park in pay car park which cost us 6 euro and 20cent and walk to hotel to get access code for barrier. Limited parking in front of hotel so had to park over at the supermarket, however when booking car park space at hotel it is actually for the barrier to gain access into the town not to park at the hotel. Breakfast is a bit expensive 10euro 50 cent per person for buffet breakfast with not a great choice on offer.
You can see the mont-Michle through the window. The price of meal and hotel is cheap. A nice choice.
Location was very good, staff very accommodating and could walk to some very nice restaurants and stores.
Location is very convenient, walking distance to spot of the view of Mont Saint Michel, market, shuttle bus stop.
Location, access to free bus to Mont St Michel and the restaurant. We also had free parking. The room was big enough to accommodate 2 teens and their grandparents.
Bed was not comfortable (problem in most hotels in Europe). Lay out of bathroom was not convenient. Toilet was by itself, separate from the shower and sink and did not have a small sink to wash hands.
We liked the proximity of the hotel to the Mt. St. Michel. The room was clean and cosy. We were there on a full moon day when the tides were up and the view was magnificent!
We came from Spain where they had dinner at 10pm. So we were very surprised when the restau manager told us at 9pm that it was closing for dinner and nothing's left! Had to have cold sandwiches. :(, but the overal experience was positive.
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