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Hotels Near School Alexandre Ribot In Saint-Omer

4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.36km from downtown
I’ve reviewed this hotel before as it’s a regular destination for us. It’s improved enormously in the years since we first visited, with most rooms we’ve stayed in now having undergone refurbishment. We have always found staff to be very friendly and helpful and free parking just across the road is an added bonus, given it’s excellent location in the centre of town. But this time we were a bit disappointed to be given a large cold room in the converted attack when the hotel was apparently otherwise pretty empty. There was a single storage heater which never did properly warm up and a noisy ancient wall mounted fan heater in the bathroom (on a just as noisy mechanical timer) - neither provided much warmth on a cold December night, even with the bathroom door propped ajar. The sloping ceiling on one side of the bed with its tiny roof window meant a bit of a limbo to get in and out of bed and it wasn’t very comfortable. The bathroom was huge, making it feel extra chilly, and we were surprised that in such a large room we only had a bath and no shower. We couldn’t face having to ask for an alternative room - we were delayed on our Eurotunnel crossing so arrived later than planned on very wet and cold night, had to wait ages to get a parking slot and were soaked when we finally dragged our luggage into reception. There was then a mix up on the booking and the price was coming up €20 more than the quoted price which meant a fairly long phone conversation between the lovely chap booking us in and (presumably) a manager but he sorted it all with a smile. This did mean though that we had very little time to warm up, dry off and get to our restaurant booking and we couldn’t face moving rooms. All first world problems of course but it was a bit of a disappointment given the good experiences we’ve previously had - lesson was that we’d advise anyone to avoid room 316!
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4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.49km from downtown
We stayed for 2 nights having travelled from Brittany. All the 4 reception staff we saw were very friendly and helpful, the room was well equipped and decorated in a modern style. There is an excellent bathroom and shower. The room was overlooking the garden square across the road, and got some road noise (2nd floor and 30c so we had all the windows open). Even had tea/coffee making facilities in the room. . Breakfast is the typical continental style, good coffee, fresh breads , croissants and pain au chocolat, plus ham/cheese/boiled eggs etc. St Omer is an interesting town, several nice walks round to see different aspects of the town and its history. There is a bar but no restaurant. And it must be the safest hotel in France as the Calais Border Police stay there - extremely courteous and quiet!
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4.7/5Outstanding25 Reviews
0.5km from downtown
Property Location With a stay at L'Arbalète Audomaroise, you'll be centrally located in Saint-Omer, within a 15-minute drive of Clownland and Memorial to the Fallen. This aparthotel is 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Public Garden and 4.2 mi (6.7 km) from Museum of La Coupole. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 5 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring kitchens with full-sized refrigerators/freezers and stovetops. Flat-screen televisions with digital programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include desks and microwaves. Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
FromUS$61
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.51km from downtown
Overall very good, the environment is OK
FromUS$66
4.7/5Outstanding25 Reviews
0.73km from downtown
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to this hotel. We were met with the warmest of welcomes ( acceuil tres chaleureux) and we were shown to our stunning bedroom where we had a very comfortable night in spite of storm Dennis doing its best to disrupt! We had a very good continental breakfast which included fabulous homemade yogurt. Attention to detail extended to beautiful linen at the table. Can’t believe the value for money!! Very short walk into city centre was another bonus. We will be going back.
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3.9/510 Reviews
0.81km from downtown
Stayed here on our last night of a European motorbike trip, after discovering it on Booking.com. Fantastic find. It has a small car park, which we consider a must so we have somewhere to park the bikes, and is located next to the old train station which was undergoing a refurb when we were there. A very warm welcome on arrival and explanation of how to get to rooms, times of breakfast, and instructions on how to get in should the bar be closed on our return from town later on that night. (there’s no night porter) Our room was fabulous. Obviously recently decorated, and loads of space. It was a loft-conversion or similar, so very warm in the heatwave of July, but there was a massive fan provided and this gave a lovely stream of air all through the night. The bathroom was bigger than some hotel rooms, very well appointed, and the shower was just fabulous. You had a choice of “normal” shower head or the “waterfall” variety. We’d booked a double, but had been given the triple room (at no extra cost) so we had a double bed and a single in it too. Plenty of room to spread out our bike kit. Having eyeballed the menu just after we’d checked in, while enjoying a cold pint, we enquired about food service times, and the lovely young lady explained that booking was recommended because they were often busy. So book we did, and went for a walk round the town for a couple of hours before returning. She wasn’t wrong, the place was packed with locals, and on a Thursday evening too. The food was worth waiting for, really tasty and huge portions. I shouldn’t have had dessert, but it was our last night, so climbing the stairs back to our room was a challenge. Location wise, it’s less than an hour from the Eurotunnel terminal, and there is plenty to see around the town. We found the abbey ruins near the hotel that got that way after it had been sold off as a quarry! Saint Omer also has loads of churches and a cathedral, and is a lovely town to wander round. WE wont hesitate to stay here again next time we go on a European bike tour, cant recommend it enough.
FromUS$72
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
4.35km from downtown
Stayed here for one night in mid October. Had high hopes for this place as a couple of customers had stayed here before and praised it. We had the largest room (junior suite?) in the hotel, overlooking the garden at the rear. It was nice, but no more than that. There just wasn't the Wow! factor you would have wanted for what was supposed to be a romantic night away. This is NOT a bad hotel, but it is showing some wear in the furnishings and the structure of the building is in need of some TLC and proper restoration. We paid 190 Euro for the suite, which was at the upper end of what I thought it was worth. Personally, I would have thought about 150 Euro would have been nearer to the 'Four in a Bed' test. When I saw the full summer tariff displayed in reception I could not believe the full price (270 Euro if I remember correctly, which puts it into the 'Luxury' bracket). It was certainly NOT worth that amount. The one thing to say very much in Chateau Tilques favour is it's proximity to Calais, whilst being genuinely in the French countryside. We chose not to have breakfast here (not at over 20 Euros EACH!) and certainly wouldn't if we stayed here again...... which is doubtful.
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4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
5.3km from downtown
We had stayed here before about 6 years ago but it has definitely benefited from a refurbishment , the rooms are much better and have all the amenities you need. We did get there quite early and not a lot to do in Wisques but did go for a walk around and see the local abbey. The restaurant in the hotel is top notch though and we eat here both on the outward and inward legs of our holidays. There is a lovely conservatory that houses the restaurant and the food does not disappoint. The langostines are a stand out dish and are highly recommended , also very good are the scallops cooked with leeks. For mains had rack of lamb and partner chicken , all very tasty and well cooked . On return had quail and partner the fillet steak. Great food and this place is highly recommended
FromUS$86
3.4/510 Reviews
5.31km from downtown
This is a very low budget hotel, but we spent such little time here it was great for the price we paid. The room was big enough for the two of us, and was clean and warm (bed changed and made each day). The bathroom was small but adequate. We took our own kettle, tea and milk as we knew it wouldn't have these things, but that was ok. We didn't eat here so can't comment on that. The hotel was central enough for visiting Albert, and then to Poperinge and Ypres. Had a great few days here and will be coming back to stay on our next visit in the new year.
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4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
10.04km from downtown
We chose this B and B because of its proximity to the Calais ferry. After staying here for 2 nights, we realize that it could be a place to stay for longer. The home is perfectly restored to an elegant early 19th century estate. Lovely authentic furnishings and French fabrics and wallpapers. Newly redone bathroom and plenty of electrical plugs and excellent wifi. Very, very quiet, too! Gilles is also the perfect host. Excellent value, too. (Service, cleanliness are excellent, too)
FromUS$82
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
12.09km from downtown
Offering a 2-hectare garden and a barbecue, Le moulin de Cohem is situated in Blaringhem, 15 km from Saint-Omer and 48 km from Lille. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. This accommodation is made of 2 rooms and one features a flat-screen TV, a fridge and a kettle. It also has a private bathroom fitted with a shower. The village of Cassel, winner of the 2018 version of French TV show "Le Village préféré des Français" is just 20 km away. Calais is 49 km from Le moulin de Cohem, while Ypres is 40 km away. The nearest airport is Lille Airport, 52 km from the property.
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4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
12.75km from downtown
We stopped off here on route back to the UK. It’s close to Calais and set off the road overlooking a golf course.. We arrived on a very wet windy night but the views the next day were obvious at breakfast and I’m sure in Summertime is particularly nice. Reception were friendly both at check in and check out. We opted to eat there that night simply because it is not that close to anywhere and more convenient for a one night stay to eat at their restaurant. There was a large and very noisy table of guests (at least 14/15 people) and it made it difficult for a lot of the smaller tables to have simple conversations.. They were not being rude and I’m sure were not aware of how loud they were being. It also meant that the only two staff working in the restaurant were having to rush around and try to manage the big table, all the while trying to keep on top of the smaller tables. Service was brusque. Not friendly, not particularly unfriendly. The food was fine but in my opinion, having had some very decent food while in France, was overpriced for both presentation and taste. And they forgot my drink to accompany my dinner and we could not catch their attention during the entire meal. The waitress tried to give me my drink after the meal but I explained it was too late and she did apologise. I realise she was stretched with the large group but it was frustrating as a guest. I could also see that other tables were ‘put off’ or should I say ‘put out’ by the loud large group and one couple asked to be moved a little away. Breakfast the next day is entirely self service (coffee is not great) but selection of cold foods was good. Hot foods very basic presentation. Room- very comfortable quiet rooms with a great shower. Clean. If I was reviewing the rooms and the location and reception teamI would have given 4/5 but my general appreciation of the place was well below a 4 so had to be a 3 overall.
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Hotels Near School Alexandre Ribot In Saint-Omer Review

4.7/525 Reviews
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to this hotel. We were met with the warmest of welcomes ( acceuil tres chaleureux) and we were shown to our stunning bedroom where we had a very comfortable night in spite of storm Dennis doing its best to disrupt! We had a very good continental breakfast which included fabulous homemade yogurt. Attention to detail extended to beautiful linen at the table. Can’t believe the value for money!! Very short walk into city centre was another bonus. We will be going back.
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3.9/510 Reviews
Stayed here on our last night of a European motorbike trip, after discovering it on Booking.com. Fantastic find. It has a small car park, which we consider a must so we have somewhere to park the bikes, and is located next to the old train station which was undergoing a refurb when we were there. A very warm welcome on arrival and explanation of how to get to rooms, times of breakfast, and instructions on how to get in should the bar be closed on our return from town later on that night. (there’s no night porter) Our room was fabulous. Obviously recently decorated, and loads of space. It was a loft-conversion or similar, so very warm in the heatwave of July, but there was a massive fan provided and this gave a lovely stream of air all through the night. The bathroom was bigger than some hotel rooms, very well appointed, and the shower was just fabulous. You had a choice of “normal” shower head or the “waterfall” variety. We’d booked a double, but had been given the triple room (at no extra cost) so we had a double bed and a single in it too. Plenty of room to spread out our bike kit. Having eyeballed the menu just after we’d checked in, while enjoying a cold pint, we enquired about food service times, and the lovely young lady explained that booking was recommended because they were often busy. So book we did, and went for a walk round the town for a couple of hours before returning. She wasn’t wrong, the place was packed with locals, and on a Thursday evening too. The food was worth waiting for, really tasty and huge portions. I shouldn’t have had dessert, but it was our last night, so climbing the stairs back to our room was a challenge. Location wise, it’s less than an hour from the Eurotunnel terminal, and there is plenty to see around the town. We found the abbey ruins near the hotel that got that way after it had been sold off as a quarry! Saint Omer also has loads of churches and a cathedral, and is a lovely town to wander round. WE wont hesitate to stay here again next time we go on a European bike tour, cant recommend it enough.
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5/511 Reviews
Overall very good, the environment is OK
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FromUS$66
4/510 Reviews
I’ve reviewed this hotel before as it’s a regular destination for us. It’s improved enormously in the years since we first visited, with most rooms we’ve stayed in now having undergone refurbishment. We have always found staff to be very friendly and helpful and free parking just across the road is an added bonus, given it’s excellent location in the centre of town. But this time we were a bit disappointed to be given a large cold room in the converted attack when the hotel was apparently otherwise pretty empty. There was a single storage heater which never did properly warm up and a noisy ancient wall mounted fan heater in the bathroom (on a just as noisy mechanical timer) - neither provided much warmth on a cold December night, even with the bathroom door propped ajar. The sloping ceiling on one side of the bed with its tiny roof window meant a bit of a limbo to get in and out of bed and it wasn’t very comfortable. The bathroom was huge, making it feel extra chilly, and we were surprised that in such a large room we only had a bath and no shower. We couldn’t face having to ask for an alternative room - we were delayed on our Eurotunnel crossing so arrived later than planned on very wet and cold night, had to wait ages to get a parking slot and were soaked when we finally dragged our luggage into reception. There was then a mix up on the booking and the price was coming up €20 more than the quoted price which meant a fairly long phone conversation between the lovely chap booking us in and (presumably) a manager but he sorted it all with a smile. This did mean though that we had very little time to warm up, dry off and get to our restaurant booking and we couldn’t face moving rooms. All first world problems of course but it was a bit of a disappointment given the good experiences we’ve previously had - lesson was that we’d advise anyone to avoid room 316!
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4.2/510 Reviews
We stayed for 2 nights having travelled from Brittany. All the 4 reception staff we saw were very friendly and helpful, the room was well equipped and decorated in a modern style. There is an excellent bathroom and shower. The room was overlooking the garden square across the road, and got some road noise (2nd floor and 30c so we had all the windows open). Even had tea/coffee making facilities in the room. . Breakfast is the typical continental style, good coffee, fresh breads , croissants and pain au chocolat, plus ham/cheese/boiled eggs etc. St Omer is an interesting town, several nice walks round to see different aspects of the town and its history. There is a bar but no restaurant. And it must be the safest hotel in France as the Calais Border Police stay there - extremely courteous and quiet!
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FromUS$100