Hotels Near Pizzeria Le Xviii In Epinal

5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.36km from Pizzeria LE XVIII
The room is small and very clean
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3.8/510 Reviews
0.67km from Pizzeria LE XVIII
We stayed here for one night end of May. Due to our accor member status, we got a room upgrade. Our room was on the highest floor. Next to two bathrooms, a large living and dining room, we also had a large bed room one floor higher. The furniture was a bit old fashioned, but everything clean and nice. The hotel has a certain number of parking spaces, but all of them has been already occupied when we arrived, so we had to park outside on the street. Unfortunately, the service wasn't very good. When we wanted to get our welcome drink at the bar, the bar was already closed before official closing time and the lady at the reception couldn't serve us with a glass of wine- Only soft drinks. She send us to a bar outside of the hotel. Later we have seen that also the room service was according to brochure and info material in the room, still available at this time. Would this have been served than by another person, authorized to serve also wine?? When mentioning this during check-out the lady at the reception was surprised about the fact that the person in the evening could not serve us a glass of wine. Also the welcome gift, which is one of the status advantages, never arrived. Not sure if this is the way to serve a Gold member.
FromUS$93
3.9/510 Reviews
0.83km from Pizzeria LE XVIII
We spent one night at this Ibis Hotel well located on the bank of the Moselle River and close to the center of the city but the price was too high. We asked to be on the front with a view on the river and we were at the back of the hotel. And 6 euros for the private parking when there is the possibility to park the car free of charges during the night just in front of the hotel . One positive point : a very friendly team at the reception but more than 90 euros for one night is far too much taking account of the relatively poor level of comfort.
FromUS$81
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.97km from Pizzeria LE XVIII
This hotel is located in the centre of Epinal, within 100 metres of the Basilica Saint-Maurice, Place de Vosges and River Moselle’s bank. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi access.The guest rooms all have a TV and some feature exposed wooden beams. Each room includes an en suite bathroom with a shower or a bathtub.A buffet breakfast is available every morning at Hotel La Basilique. You can relax with a drink at the hotel bar later in the day. You will find restaurants in the immediate area.The Hotel La Basilique also has private parking and is 850 metres from Epinal Train Station. Services available at the hotel include a laundry service.
FromUS$90
3.8/510 Reviews
2.82km from Pizzeria LE XVIII
This hotel is located in the outskirts of Epinal, it is a 5-minute drive from the centre city, the TGV train station and Moselle River. It offers free Wi-Fi access.Each room at the Quick Palace Epinal is equipped with a private bathroom and satellite channels on a flat-screen TV.Quick Palace has a 24-hour front desk service. An unlimited buffet breakfast is served daily in the breakfast lounge or on the terrace.Free parking is provided. Palace Epinal is 550 metres from the motorway N57. It is also less than half an hour from Chateau de Falloux and Fort des Adelphes. Images d'Epinal Golf Course is 1 km away.
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3/510 Reviews
2.94km from Pizzeria LE XVIII
A room for two plus a breakfast for one, € 41 ! I got it via Booking.com. I thought, what the heck, give it a go! How bad can it be? What is 'bad'? I can do 'Basic' but this barely reached subsistence level, to use an anthropological term. The bed-linen was clean, the mattress good, there was peace and quiet at night. The staff were friendly, the breakfast excellent value at 5 euros. However, so many small niggles force me to rate it 'poor'. If I tell you that in the publicity literature the features listed for the rooms included 'toilet paper' and 'a rubbish bin', you may get the picture. I didn't dare use the shower. The soap/shampoo dispenser had a full bag of goo but refused to dispense me any. but the big turn-off was the absence of a bath-mat which I knew would mean a flooded bathroom floor and possibly the floor of the bedroom itself. The bathroom door had obviously suffered a lot of wetness at the bottom and the plywood face was peeling away from the interior. There was nowhere to put anything down, not enough power-points, no carpet, no refinements at all. We were offered a 15% discount for a meal at the Campanile restaurant opposite which we didn't take up. The menu card in our room had the same photo of the same creepy chef figure as we had seen at the Metz Campanile. The wi-fi was not advertised in the room. I asked the reception chap about it and his instructions to access it were of such Byzantine complication that I dismissed the idea. Having the stairs outside and the room doors opening on to long outside passageways, the hotel put me in mind of the old Peabody Buildings in the east end of London or the Glasgow Gorbals. The stairs were rough, nasty concrete. Still, you pays yer money and... etc. I stayed several times in the Seamen's Mission in Bremen, Germany, which had a similar feel, clean but ultra-basic. You get what you pay for. I didn't pay much and I got accordingly little.
FromUS$32
3.2/510 Reviews
2.99km from Pizzeria LE XVIII
We have stayed in this Campanile over the last twenty years and have steadily seen it deteriorate over that time. This trip after a long drive from Calais to Epinal we found out only a poor buffet dinner and I mean poor, second rate rooms and big price increases.... 17E for a bottle of crap Chardonnay!!!! So we went to Burger King!! The good side is we won't stay in it again.
FromUS$54
4.2/5Very Good11 Reviews
3.09km from Pizzeria LE XVIII
Located near Epinal, at the crossroads of international routes, the BEST WESTERN Lafayette Hotel & Spa in Epinal, which is fully air-conditioned, offers relaxation and comfort. We feature amenities such as an indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi?, sauna, fitness room and direct access to a golf course. Enjoy our inviting cocktail bar, delicious cuisine and wines in our gastronomic restaurant. Meeting facilities for seminars and conferences from 10 to 110 people are available. The BEST WESTERN Lafayette Hotel & Spa is a good place for golfers, horseback riders and business or leisure travelers. Enjoy your stay.
FromUS$123
3.9/510 Reviews
5.62km from Pizzeria LE XVIII
Clean, basic room, polite young lady receptionist. Very quiet location though almost under motorway. No restaurant on Fridays as this is a businessman's (i.e. a rep's) stop-off, We had found this out before so were not disappointed. The breakfast WAS a disappointment, as by the time I got to it at 0830 a coachload from Geneve had taken nearly all the food. There were no plates, no trays available, as I pointed out to the morning receptionist. He looked at me with a shrug and said 'They are all in use. We've got a lot of people in'. He or the management had NOT found this out beforehand as I had about the restaurant. Apparently. If the Genevan horde were expected, why was more adequate provision made: extra staff, more food ordered? I made do with the last piece of French loaf, a yogurt and a pot of jam, using a paper napkin as a plate. I pressed the cappucino button on the coffee dispenser and got hot chocolate. At no time did clean plates or trays reappear. A girl brought in a tray of warm but anaemic panini as a too-late gesture. The receptionist apologised but no refund was offered - well, what would I expect, here in tight-fisted France? That non-breakfast cost me €8.50. If they charge that much, they should at least make sure every guest is fed. The room cost €55 - not bad - but the nearby Campanile is cheaper I believe. I should not have ordered breakfast but I have to eat, being diabetic. I never complain about minor blips but this was flagitious.
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Hotels Near Pizzeria Le Xviii In Epinal Review

3.8/510 Reviews
We stayed here for one night end of May. Due to our accor member status, we got a room upgrade. Our room was on the highest floor. Next to two bathrooms, a large living and dining room, we also had a large bed room one floor higher. The furniture was a bit old fashioned, but everything clean and nice. The hotel has a certain number of parking spaces, but all of them has been already occupied when we arrived, so we had to park outside on the street. Unfortunately, the service wasn't very good. When we wanted to get our welcome drink at the bar, the bar was already closed before official closing time and the lady at the reception couldn't serve us with a glass of wine- Only soft drinks. She send us to a bar outside of the hotel. Later we have seen that also the room service was according to brochure and info material in the room, still available at this time. Would this have been served than by another person, authorized to serve also wine?? When mentioning this during check-out the lady at the reception was surprised about the fact that the person in the evening could not serve us a glass of wine. Also the welcome gift, which is one of the status advantages, never arrived. Not sure if this is the way to serve a Gold member.
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FromUS$93
3.9/510 Reviews
We spent one night at this Ibis Hotel well located on the bank of the Moselle River and close to the center of the city but the price was too high. We asked to be on the front with a view on the river and we were at the back of the hotel. And 6 euros for the private parking when there is the possibility to park the car free of charges during the night just in front of the hotel . One positive point : a very friendly team at the reception but more than 90 euros for one night is far too much taking account of the relatively poor level of comfort.
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FromUS$81
5/511 Reviews
The room is small and very clean
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FromUS$74
3.9/510 Reviews
Clean, basic room, polite young lady receptionist. Very quiet location though almost under motorway. No restaurant on Fridays as this is a businessman's (i.e. a rep's) stop-off, We had found this out before so were not disappointed. The breakfast WAS a disappointment, as by the time I got to it at 0830 a coachload from Geneve had taken nearly all the food. There were no plates, no trays available, as I pointed out to the morning receptionist. He looked at me with a shrug and said 'They are all in use. We've got a lot of people in'. He or the management had NOT found this out beforehand as I had about the restaurant. Apparently. If the Genevan horde were expected, why was more adequate provision made: extra staff, more food ordered? I made do with the last piece of French loaf, a yogurt and a pot of jam, using a paper napkin as a plate. I pressed the cappucino button on the coffee dispenser and got hot chocolate. At no time did clean plates or trays reappear. A girl brought in a tray of warm but anaemic panini as a too-late gesture. The receptionist apologised but no refund was offered - well, what would I expect, here in tight-fisted France? That non-breakfast cost me €8.50. If they charge that much, they should at least make sure every guest is fed. The room cost €55 - not bad - but the nearby Campanile is cheaper I believe. I should not have ordered breakfast but I have to eat, being diabetic. I never complain about minor blips but this was flagitious.
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FromUS$60
3/510 Reviews
A room for two plus a breakfast for one, € 41 ! I got it via Booking.com. I thought, what the heck, give it a go! How bad can it be? What is 'bad'? I can do 'Basic' but this barely reached subsistence level, to use an anthropological term. The bed-linen was clean, the mattress good, there was peace and quiet at night. The staff were friendly, the breakfast excellent value at 5 euros. However, so many small niggles force me to rate it 'poor'. If I tell you that in the publicity literature the features listed for the rooms included 'toilet paper' and 'a rubbish bin', you may get the picture. I didn't dare use the shower. The soap/shampoo dispenser had a full bag of goo but refused to dispense me any. but the big turn-off was the absence of a bath-mat which I knew would mean a flooded bathroom floor and possibly the floor of the bedroom itself. The bathroom door had obviously suffered a lot of wetness at the bottom and the plywood face was peeling away from the interior. There was nowhere to put anything down, not enough power-points, no carpet, no refinements at all. We were offered a 15% discount for a meal at the Campanile restaurant opposite which we didn't take up. The menu card in our room had the same photo of the same creepy chef figure as we had seen at the Metz Campanile. The wi-fi was not advertised in the room. I asked the reception chap about it and his instructions to access it were of such Byzantine complication that I dismissed the idea. Having the stairs outside and the room doors opening on to long outside passageways, the hotel put me in mind of the old Peabody Buildings in the east end of London or the Glasgow Gorbals. The stairs were rough, nasty concrete. Still, you pays yer money and... etc. I stayed several times in the Seamen's Mission in Bremen, Germany, which had a similar feel, clean but ultra-basic. You get what you pay for. I didn't pay much and I got accordingly little.
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FromUS$32
3.2/510 Reviews
We have stayed in this Campanile over the last twenty years and have steadily seen it deteriorate over that time. This trip after a long drive from Calais to Epinal we found out only a poor buffet dinner and I mean poor, second rate rooms and big price increases.... 17E for a bottle of crap Chardonnay!!!! So we went to Burger King!! The good side is we won't stay in it again.
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FromUS$54