Hotels Near Snack Anais In Libourne

3.7/510 Reviews
0.64km from Snack Anais
We stayed and also paid for the breakfast. Possibly a mistake, the room was ok, the usual small shower, lots of hot water,and clean towels / bedding. Free parking,which was a bonus. The breakfast was a scrum, and chaos.No plates for pastries, only bowls!! It was all very peasant like....... Coffee was ok, but too small an area for the number of people trying to access it. We had put our freezer blocks in to chill the night before,with no issue.Now we are stopped from accessing them,yet 3 friends of the staff member walked in from the street,and went behind the breakfast servery counter,helped themselves to breads / drinks etc,handled bread,and threw back the bits they didn't want......all to the amusement of the staff member on duty,whose double standards were just an embarrassment. Whilst she went outside with her mates, to drink coffee,we took our chilled blocks and left. The day before when we arrived it was the same staff member on duty,who we asked for local information,she couldn't / didn't provide anything!!
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3.5/510 Reviews
3.05km from Snack Anais
A 3-star hotel located less than a 5-minute walk from Libourne train station and set in a former coaching inn, Hôtel de France offers a garden and a furnished terrace.All air-conditioned standard, deluxe or executive rooms at Hotel de France include a TV with satellite channels and free WiFi access as well as a private bathroom with a hairdryer and free toiletries.Breakfast can be enjoyed in the dining room or in the comfort of the room. Guests can also have a drink at the property’s bar and there are restaurants nearby.Hôtel de France offers luggage storage and meeting facilities. Free secured parking is offered on site, subject to availability. Pomerol and Saint-Emilion are located within a 10-minute drive. Free private parking is available on-site.
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4/5Very Good5 Reviews
3.19km from Snack Anais
My wife and I stayed at La Tour du Vieux Port for 4 nights while we spent some time in the area during the run up to the Ryder Cup in Paris. We took the TGV from CDG in Paris and arrived at the train station in Libourne at about 20:15, just as scheduled. The only hick up was getting a taxi from the station to the hotel: all the numbers I called on the taxi list sign outside the station went directly to voice mail (I had bought a French SIM card for my old phone at CDG). Not knowing for sure how far it was from the station to the hotel - and having 3 suitcases and 2 carry ons to tote - I succumbed to calling the hotel to see how to get a taxi to pick us up. The response from Josie, the hotel manager, was marvelous: he would come and get us in ten minutes. (He English was decent and with my broken French we were able to communicate just fine.) He described what he was wearing and the car he would be driving so there would be no question. He arrived on time, we loaded the baggage, piled into his car and 5 mins later we were hauling our bags into the hotel. Thank you again, Josie! The hotel is riverside to the tributary that flows into the Dordogne and is conveniently located near several restaurants. Actually, Libourne is small enough one can walk nearly everywhere downtown. We walked to the Sunday central market, purchased several items and thoroughly enjoyed the ambiance of the market and area in general. Again, some spoken French, no matter how broken, is useful in the smaller towns in France. Check in was uneventful, swift and pleasant given that we had literally traveled all day from Chicago to Paris to Libourne, using trains, a plane and an automobile (sorry, couldn't help the reference to the John Candy movie). Our room was street facing on the top floor, up a spiral staircase 2 flights. The hotel is NOT handicap friendly: there is no elevator and all rooms are on upper floors - but this is not unexpected given the construction of the hotel many years ago. The room was spacious enough with a separate in room bath and closet area. The door is locked with an actual key and secured with a deadbolt on the inside. Outlets were conveniently placed (you need a 230v/120v power adapter in France). The only potential drawback was the bed which I found to be just a little too firm for me - but that's the risk one takes in staying at any hotel (and that's the only reason for the 4 instead of 5 star rating). Servicing of the room was done daily and competently. Entry to the hotel after hours is a bit different but Josie explains this so it is not a problem. The hotel has a restaurant on the main floor which is ran by Josie and his wife (who speaks virtually no english - this was where my recently brushed up 45 year old high school french became useful). Breakfast was part of the room charge ($579 / 491 Euro for 4 nights/5 days) as was parking at a covered garage a block away when we rented a car at the station a couple of days af
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4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
3.33km from Snack Anais
A lovely modern hotel, spacious room with good facilities. Room quiet and comfortable. The location was very central and on the river. Plenty of Parking at the hotel. The breakfast was excellent with a huge variety. All though there is not a restaurant on site there is an excellent bistro opposite, on the river bank, , make a reservation, it’s very popular. There are also other restaurants in walking distance. Would definitely stay again, good for visiting st Emillion and the wine country.
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5/5Perfect2 Reviews
3.58km from Snack Anais
Property Location Located in Libourne, Hôtes de Saint Emilion is a 5-minute drive from Chateau du Tailhas and 10 minutes from Chateau de la Dauphine. This guesthouse is 3.3 mi (5.3 km) from Chateau de Sales and 4.4 mi (7 km) from Chateau Siaurac. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 2 individually decorated guestrooms. Your room comes with a memory foam bed. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Dining Full breakfasts are available daily from 7 AM to 9:30 AM for a fee. Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
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4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
4.31km from Snack Anais
The villa we stayed in was spacious with kitchen, living (overlooking a small vineyard) and dining area on one floor and 3 bedrooms (which can sleep 8 persons comfortably) on the second floor. We could also park our rented car right in-front of our doorstep. There was a bathroom on the ground floor for those who might have mobility challenges as another bathroom on the second floor could only be reached via a narrow staircase. The bedrooms were quite well furnished while the sofa in the living room was peeling off and looked dated. Although it was cold, especially during the night, we were told that we could not turn on AC/inverters in the dining area and the bedrooms as there were all not working. There were only 2 small portable heater - one in the dining area and another one along the corridor of the bedroom that we could use. As a result, one of us cane down with flu. The bathroom on the second floor had a musty smell so we had to open the bathroom door to ventilate the place. To sum up, it would be an ideal base for visiting nearby vineyards like Chateau Gazin, Chateau Troplong Mondottes, Chateau L’Evangile, if not for the cold weather we had to battle amidst inadequate heating in the villa.
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Hotels Near Snack Anais In Libourne Review

4.4/510 Reviews
The villa we stayed in was spacious with kitchen, living (overlooking a small vineyard) and dining area on one floor and 3 bedrooms (which can sleep 8 persons comfortably) on the second floor. We could also park our rented car right in-front of our doorstep. There was a bathroom on the ground floor for those who might have mobility challenges as another bathroom on the second floor could only be reached via a narrow staircase. The bedrooms were quite well furnished while the sofa in the living room was peeling off and looked dated. Although it was cold, especially during the night, we were told that we could not turn on AC/inverters in the dining area and the bedrooms as there were all not working. There were only 2 small portable heater - one in the dining area and another one along the corridor of the bedroom that we could use. As a result, one of us cane down with flu. The bathroom on the second floor had a musty smell so we had to open the bathroom door to ventilate the place. To sum up, it would be an ideal base for visiting nearby vineyards like Chateau Gazin, Chateau Troplong Mondottes, Chateau L’Evangile, if not for the cold weather we had to battle amidst inadequate heating in the villa.
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4.1/510 Reviews
A lovely modern hotel, spacious room with good facilities. Room quiet and comfortable. The location was very central and on the river. Plenty of Parking at the hotel. The breakfast was excellent with a huge variety. All though there is not a restaurant on site there is an excellent bistro opposite, on the river bank, , make a reservation, it’s very popular. There are also other restaurants in walking distance. Would definitely stay again, good for visiting st Emillion and the wine country.
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3.7/510 Reviews
We stayed and also paid for the breakfast. Possibly a mistake, the room was ok, the usual small shower, lots of hot water,and clean towels / bedding. Free parking,which was a bonus. The breakfast was a scrum, and chaos.No plates for pastries, only bowls!! It was all very peasant like....... Coffee was ok, but too small an area for the number of people trying to access it. We had put our freezer blocks in to chill the night before,with no issue.Now we are stopped from accessing them,yet 3 friends of the staff member walked in from the street,and went behind the breakfast servery counter,helped themselves to breads / drinks etc,handled bread,and threw back the bits they didn't want......all to the amusement of the staff member on duty,whose double standards were just an embarrassment. Whilst she went outside with her mates, to drink coffee,we took our chilled blocks and left. The day before when we arrived it was the same staff member on duty,who we asked for local information,she couldn't / didn't provide anything!!
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4/55 Reviews
My wife and I stayed at La Tour du Vieux Port for 4 nights while we spent some time in the area during the run up to the Ryder Cup in Paris. We took the TGV from CDG in Paris and arrived at the train station in Libourne at about 20:15, just as scheduled. The only hick up was getting a taxi from the station to the hotel: all the numbers I called on the taxi list sign outside the station went directly to voice mail (I had bought a French SIM card for my old phone at CDG). Not knowing for sure how far it was from the station to the hotel - and having 3 suitcases and 2 carry ons to tote - I succumbed to calling the hotel to see how to get a taxi to pick us up. The response from Josie, the hotel manager, was marvelous: he would come and get us in ten minutes. (He English was decent and with my broken French we were able to communicate just fine.) He described what he was wearing and the car he would be driving so there would be no question. He arrived on time, we loaded the baggage, piled into his car and 5 mins later we were hauling our bags into the hotel. Thank you again, Josie! The hotel is riverside to the tributary that flows into the Dordogne and is conveniently located near several restaurants. Actually, Libourne is small enough one can walk nearly everywhere downtown. We walked to the Sunday central market, purchased several items and thoroughly enjoyed the ambiance of the market and area in general. Again, some spoken French, no matter how broken, is useful in the smaller towns in France. Check in was uneventful, swift and pleasant given that we had literally traveled all day from Chicago to Paris to Libourne, using trains, a plane and an automobile (sorry, couldn't help the reference to the John Candy movie). Our room was street facing on the top floor, up a spiral staircase 2 flights. The hotel is NOT handicap friendly: there is no elevator and all rooms are on upper floors - but this is not unexpected given the construction of the hotel many years ago. The room was spacious enough with a separate in room bath and closet area. The door is locked with an actual key and secured with a deadbolt on the inside. Outlets were conveniently placed (you need a 230v/120v power adapter in France). The only potential drawback was the bed which I found to be just a little too firm for me - but that's the risk one takes in staying at any hotel (and that's the only reason for the 4 instead of 5 star rating). Servicing of the room was done daily and competently. Entry to the hotel after hours is a bit different but Josie explains this so it is not a problem. The hotel has a restaurant on the main floor which is ran by Josie and his wife (who speaks virtually no english - this was where my recently brushed up 45 year old high school french became useful). Breakfast was part of the room charge ($579 / 491 Euro for 4 nights/5 days) as was parking at a covered garage a block away when we rented a car at the station a couple of days af
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4/54 Reviews
I'm not the type to write bad reviews of places nor want to hurt someone's business, but this situation warrants a warning to other would-be travelers. We arrived at the hotel around 3:30 PM, well before the 6 PM cutoff for someone to be at the front desk. Note that we travel by finding wifi in cafes, hotels, etc and do not pay for international cellular service. Upon arrival, there is a locked gate with a keypad, and we barely had room to pull up our rental car off very narrow road that cars speed down. I tried to press the gate intercom button and got no response. We had no way of calling the phone number, but shouldn't have needed to since it was well before 6PM. Thinking outside the box, I found a gap in the fence and walked over to the building; no one was to be found. The door was open, so I went in and called out loudly for someone; no response. Eventually after exploring upstairs and all around the building, we knocked on a shuttered back window and a woman came out. She spoke only a few words of English but we were able to communicate enough to get keys and a gate code. At this point, I had shown my pre-paid reservation email from a booking agency and everything seemed to be fine. The room was pleasant and clean (though we subsequently did find 2 large spiders and a pincher bug). The problems started when we returned with our take-away and were enjoying a picnic in the yard with a bottle of wine. At around 8:30 PM, the owner, Arasheid, aggressively approached us and demanded we pay him immediately for the room, or else we had to leave. Again, the language barrier was an issue, but he kept repeating that he doesn't do business with the website we used and only uses other websites. We had already paid for the room via the website we used and it was getting too late to try to find other accommodations, so we assured him the website would pay him. He refused this and told us that this particular website owed him 2200 Euros! We called customer service via wifi and WhatsApp. After long wait times and getting disconnected twice, we got an agent who tried to help mediate by calling the hotel and talking with Arasheid, but they did not have an agent who spoke French, and made little progress. It became clear that we were going to have to offer direct payment or leave, so I took our credit card and went with Arasheid to pay him while my husband stayed on with hotels dot com and negotiated a refund. I followed Arasheid (who was now shirtless) to his credit card machine. He found a crumpled up old roll of paper for the machine and attempted to process the card for the same amount we had previously paid. The card was declined. So now we had to call the credit card company, even though we had had no problems with the card anywhere else on our trip. Once we got through to Visa on the phone, we found out they didn't even have a record of the payment attempt! So I went back with Arasheid and tried again, and this time there was a processing error. I w
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4/55 Reviews
My wife and I stayed at La Tour du Vieux Port for 4 nights while we spent some time in the area during the run up to the Ryder Cup in Paris. We took the TGV from CDG in Paris and arrived at the train station in Libourne at about 20:15, just as scheduled. The only hick up was getting a taxi from the station to the hotel: all the numbers I called on the taxi list sign outside the station went directly to voice mail (I had bought a French SIM card for my old phone at CDG). Not knowing for sure how far it was from the station to the hotel - and having 3 suitcases and 2 carry ons to tote - I succumbed to calling the hotel to see how to get a taxi to pick us up. The response from Josie, the hotel manager, was marvelous: he would come and get us in ten minutes. (He English was decent and with my broken French we were able to communicate just fine.) He described what he was wearing and the car he would be driving so there would be no question. He arrived on time, we loaded the baggage, piled into his car and 5 mins later we were hauling our bags into the hotel. Thank you again, Josie! The hotel is riverside to the tributary that flows into the Dordogne and is conveniently located near several restaurants. Actually, Libourne is small enough one can walk nearly everywhere downtown. We walked to the Sunday central market, purchased several items and thoroughly enjoyed the ambiance of the market and area in general. Again, some spoken French, no matter how broken, is useful in the smaller towns in France. Check in was uneventful, swift and pleasant given that we had literally traveled all day from Chicago to Paris to Libourne, using trains, a plane and an automobile (sorry, couldn't help the reference to the John Candy movie). Our room was street facing on the top floor, up a spiral staircase 2 flights. The hotel is NOT handicap friendly: there is no elevator and all rooms are on upper floors - but this is not unexpected given the construction of the hotel many years ago. The room was spacious enough with a separate in room bath and closet area. The door is locked with an actual key and secured with a deadbolt on the inside. Outlets were conveniently placed (you need a 230v/120v power adapter in France). The only potential drawback was the bed which I found to be just a little too firm for me - but that's the risk one takes in staying at any hotel (and that's the only reason for the 4 instead of 5 star rating). Servicing of the room was done daily and competently. Entry to the hotel after hours is a bit different but Josie explains this so it is not a problem. The hotel has a restaurant on the main floor which is ran by Josie and his wife (who speaks virtually no english - this was where my recently brushed up 45 year old high school french became useful). Breakfast was part of the room charge ($579 / 491 Euro for 4 nights/5 days) as was parking at a covered garage a block away when we rented a car at the station a couple of days af
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FromUS$87