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Top 10 Le Moulin Hotels

Top 10 Le Moulin Hotels

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4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
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4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
"A warm welcome, majestic and royal rooms and a lot of greenery. This hotel gives fresh air and a trip through history of the owner family. You also have the chance to discover the objects related to this family. The only negative point is that the castle is far away (at a walking distance) of everything, including restaurants. But it doesn’t really matter because first, nothing lacks in this castle (in fact, you can find board games, books, etc...) and second, charming people are taking care of you. "
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3




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
"We enjoyed our stay at the In Situ in Beziers. The room was large and the bed comfortable. Cleaning was excellent. The staff were excellent, too: friendly and efficient. The decor of the hotel is a bit pretentious: stark with a few objects of art scattered here and there. More style over comfort. The floral sculpture in the garden was neglected and had seen better days. Breakfast was quite good but in my opinion not worth 16 Euros each. The pool was cold and needs to be heated more. Parking is a problem. There is a garage on site at 10 Euros a day which we booked. Just as well as on road parking in the area is scarce. Once the garage starts to fill the remaining places are somewhat inaccessible. This was a real problem on arrival after a day out. Beware of scratching your car on pillars, walls and adjacent badly parked cars. The shower in our room was brilliant. Strangely, there is computer station available to guests. This is a major omission since the hotel purports to cater for business clients as well. I would stay here again probably."
"10 minutes walking outside the central area this modern hotel has been updated to a high standard. Very secure with high gates and fences on-site garage spaces at €10 are available within the complex. The interior is smart and contemporary - our room was compact but had everything, apart from a kettle, that you could wish for - Including modern electric shutter blinds, backlit headboard, subtle ingenious bedside lighting, walk-in shower with overhead and handheld units, bathrobes, slippers etc. Spotlessly clean and warm. The tv had international channels and free wifi easy to connect to. There is a lift. There is an open bathroom area with a walk-in shower and separate loo. As there was nowhere close for us to eat and with no restaurant on site we opted for room service which turned out to be terrific. Wheeled to the room and served piping hot in large jars we had pumpkin soup, salmon pasta and a chicken dish – (mains €18 each) delicious and preferable to negotiating the distance and dark streets to find a restaurant."
"We booked this hotel for an overnight en route stop and were delighted with our choice. The current roadworks outside made access a challenge but once inside it was worth the hassle. With private parking available for a small fee( a must here!) we were greeted very warmly and we got a room upgrade for free. The hotel is modern, quiet, spacious and feels luxurious. The rooms are a good size and the bed very comfortable. The reception staff were brilliant. Very helpful and friendly. They gave us a number of ideas of where to visit and where to dine. They offered to and booked our dinner reservation for us. Well worth staying if you are in Béziers! A great find as far as we are concerned! "
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4




4.2/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
"Hotel de la Mer is right across the street from a sweet and very swimmable beach! Adding to that the owners, Lucie and Camille are the most helpful and accommodating hosts! The hotel is super clean and the breakfasts delightful!! They bake their bread items fresh in the morning so you wake up to the smell of freshly baked croissants!! What could be better?! Look out the window of your hotel room to the beautiful Mediterranean! There is a free parking lot across the street also. The town is adorable and the seafood fresh and delicious!! Thank you Camille and Lucie and the rest of the staff for a most pleasant stay!! You made our trip even more special!! Ciao and hope to see you soon!!! Nicole and Alp"
"We stayed one night and had room no 14 on the second floor and as we travel for 12 weeks we do have too much Heavy luggage and this hotel dont have a lift so you have to carry your bags up 4 different stairs to level 2 of the hotel. Room was one of the smallest I ever have seen and I have seen a lot of hotelrooms in my very long Life! We did have a Balcony where I wanted to sit and to some work on my computer but not easy as the sun was hitting our balcony until almost sunset! Parking was free just opposite the hotel which was a plus, that is if you can find a space there which we did manage to do but it was the last one! So if you arrive in August good luck! As I told you I'm an old man now and need to see the bathroom atleast one time every night and in this case it not easy to squeeze in to it is made for dwarfs this I do promise you, so if your bodyweight is over 75 kgs and you do have a few extra cm around your stomach beware of this hotel or atleast room no 14! B-F was ok but sure nothing extra! It seems like the hotel is run by a family and when we arrived we were greeted by the wife and she was very nice and helped us carry one of our bags up to our dwarf room! Location is very nice if you want to go to the beach but if you want a good selection of restaurants in the evening is a bit far away!"
"Nice hotell in a small French village by the Mediterranean sea.The lovely little hotel is situated just a street across from the beach, and few minutes walk from the reastaurants and bars. It is family driven, and they were very helpfull, kind and interested in the guests. We even got to park our motorcycles in their own private garage during the stay. Our room didn't have a balcony, but we had a stunning view from the window. We had had two bedrooms, and a very tiny bathroom, with a tiny shower. It was enough for us. We ate breakfast outside the hotel, but they have breakfast and it looked good. There was no elevator."
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5




3.5/5
10 Reviews
"An efficient hotel just minutes from the motorway and easy to find. We stayed for one night in July and then again for one night on our way home in August. In July France was in the grip of a record heatwave but the room was beautifully cooled by the air conditioning. Plus points for this hotel if you are travelling with children, there is an outdoor pool and also a large fenced grass area to run about in and let off steam! The large grass area served the same purpose for our two small dogs to have a run around in, after several hours in the car. The first time we stayed we ate the buffet, which felt average BUT the second visit we ate from the menu and the food was truly excellent. All the staff were friendly and efficient. Breakfast above average for this type of hotel. There is the possibility to eat inside in the air conditioning or outside on the terrace if you have dogs or children who prefer to be outside! This hotel is right beside a dual carriageway and sometimes under the flight path of the local airport but we were in no way disturbed by noise in our room."
"Highly recommend this hotel with everything about it. Their rooms, staff, restaurant, front office, waiters, cleanliness, support, shuttle bus, Manager, swimming pool and layout, beautiful gardens, cannot be faulted"
"Standard hotel with a feeling of being in a motel. Small rooms with poor quality beds. Pool was ok, strange there wasn't any umbrella. Restaurant was an ok standard hotel restaurant. Breakfast was not very impressive "
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6




4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
"We spent 1 night at the Albizzia. The hosts were very helpful and the accommodation comfortable, the decor cute and beachy but without a/c in the rooms so you are definitely dependent on a sea breeze to keep cool in the summer. Breakfast was continental and pleasant. Our only complaint was that we were not made aware that the accommodation establishment locked the doors at 10h30 pm (perhaps there was a sign somewhere which we had not seen or did not understand). We were not given the pin for the door so we could let ourselves in, so we arrived back at 11h00 pm from dinner, only to find we were locked out. Fortunately, another guest was still awake and was able to drop us a piece of paper with the door pin on it, so we could let ourselves in. I'd definitely stay at Albizzia again if I were back visiting Valras-Plage but to be honest, Valras-Plage itself, was a but of a dive. It seems to be a popular coastal area full of seaside tack and entertainment. It's okay and the beach is fine and yes, I guess it is a good destination for young families but there are by far better and beaches and classier towns further up the coast. "
"Right from the moment you call you immediately feel welcomed. Friendly feel and has lovely fresh blue and white decor, has a beautiful dining room. Cosy. Nicely decorated spacious room, good size TVA screen.Free easy parking. Great pool est in Charming garden patio area. Breakfast good,fresh and ample. Quiet great sleep. Well done...the people here great customer service. Genuine..they seem to care that you have a great stay. Thank you very much. Great sandy beach here. Plenty of animation in valras."
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7




3.5/5
10 Reviews
"If you're a proud Stopfordian, it'll be of great interest to you to visit Béziers in the Languedoc region of France. Why? Well, its the twin town of our beloved Stockport. Who knew? Twin towns was a scheme dreamed up in a simpler age. When Europe looked for ideas on how to nurture harmony between EU members, the less said about that in Brexit Britain, the better I would venture. As for the similarities between these ‘twinned’ bergs well, surprisingly, there are some. There's a bustling covered market situated close to an ancient church. A famous viaduct crosses an iconic river, and there's a sort of town plaza that looks nothing like Mersey Square unless you squint your eyes particularly tightly. Alas, the weather’s completely different. Even in mid-January, we could wander around Béziers town centre without chattering the teeth from our skulls. And as the year progresses, Béziers will become a sun-drenched hive of tourist activity. As opposed to Stockport, where you’re more likely to get drenched. How did they work out this twinning business? For our brief weekend sojourn, we stayed at the budget Mercure Hotel on Avenue Camille Saint Saens. We chose it for it’s accommodating price and the availability of parking. On this latter point, you’ll find the parking deep below the hotel. You drive through a series of automatic doors activated by your door card. The first time its a bit disconcerting but after a few goes you’ll get the hang of it. Our room was pleasant enough. Smaller than the online picture but clean and comfortable with a decorative theme of varnished wood. It was a bit of a squeeze for two adults with luggage. Pack light if you’re a weekender or go for a superior room if you need to swing a proverbial cat. We didn’t eat in the restaurant as breakfast wasn’t included in our tariff. And at €16 per head, it was too rich for our blood. Better instead to pop across the street to the boulangerie and get a fresh pain au chocolate for a mere €1. They do provide in-room refreshments but they are served in a paper cup, and there’s not enough milk for even a single beverage. So here’s another tip. Buy a jar of coffee and some milk from the local Carrefour Cite and borrow a proper cup and spoon from the Mercure’s restaurant. Then you can enjoy a coffee whenever you please and no need to ration the dairy! Overall, the Mercure Béziers is a perfectly acceptable place to use for a short city break. The rooms are OK and the staff, without exception were helpful and friendly. You won't have any problems if ‘compact and bijou’ accommodation doesn’t concern you. Whether it lives up to its 4-star billing well, that’s another issue altogether."
"A good business location for Beziers - however standard bedrooms are very small (the same size as the Ibis Bi#udget next door!!) in contrast to the well appointed Privilege rooms. Good breakfast and housekeeping standards EXCEPT the carpets throughout the bedroom floors need a very good clean!!! Hotel has a bar but no restaurant - but is just a short walk from the restaurants on Avenue Paul Riquet and in the town centre. Staff are friendly and helpful and willingly undertook document printing. "
"Certainly a central location for this hotel. Room a good size; toilet separate to the bathroom. Breakfast OK but nothing special. Staff a mixture of welcoming... and otherwise. We walked up to the hotel from the SNCF railway station and got an impression of the city that it warrants a day stay but not longer for leisure purposes though it could be reasonable touring centre."
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8




4/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
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9




3.9/5
10 Reviews
"Have just had a couple of fantastic days at Hotel Imperator. The lady at reception was very friendly and happy to answer all of my touristy questions. The bedroom is very large with a bathroom and a separate toilet with large shuttered windows opening out to give a view onto a tree lined avenue with cafes. The hotel information provided in the rooms tells us that the hotel building dates from 1864 and was the HQ for the Kommandantur during WW2 until Beziers was liberated on 22nd Aug 1944..... We love the location....easy access to the tourist sites and just 5 minutes from the very respectable bus station from where you can catch a bus to Valras Plage beach (30 min journey) for 1 euro! I think that the airport bus is just 5 euros! "
"The staff were all very friendly, polite and helpful. The hotel is in a great position in Beziers, convenient for everything. Having said that, the hotel, generally, is tired and in need of some TLC and refurbishment/redecoration. The courtyard, at the back, where you can take breakfast if you wish, really summed it up for me. There are lots of plant pots full up with undeadheaded flowers and half dead plants, which have practically given up the ghost. If you can't look after plants, it's better off to chuck them away. This lack of care seemed to extend to other areas of the hotel and the bedrooms. Having said that, it's not terrible and, if you get a deal, then the position of it and the staff make it acceptable. I see some people have complained about the breakfasts, but, apart from the rather naff tinned fruit salad, we found it about par for the French course - buffet-style, nice bread, sliced ham and cheeses, croissants, jams, tea and coffee making machine and it all seemed to flow well, so no problems there."
"The Imperator is an excellent hotel. The central location gives east access to al of Beziers and is right on the street where the various markets are held. Very helpful staff, who keep the reception and lounge area spotless. Lovely large room. Brilliant bedroom window views of the rooftops and countless swallows. Great breakfast and a brilliant old stables which doubles as a free garage for guests. Highly recommended."
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10




1/5
14 Reviews
"I had a very pleasant three night stay at Hotel Le Monestie while on a business trip to the Beziers area. The hotel has very comfortable and modern updated rooms with, for French standards, a very large and modern bathroom. I actually had to change where I had originally planned to stay in the area as when I arrived at the other property, the wifi barely worked! That wasn't an issue at all at Hotel Le Monestie as the internet service was very fast and reliable. The public areas of the hotel are also comfortable and inviting along with a nice breakfast area, pool, and outside deck. The location has plenty of parking on the hotel grounds and is located in a pleasant quiet village about only about ten minutes from the center of Beziers."
"Located in a quiet part of this small town outside Beziers, but with a good restaurant - La Boufanelle - within walking distance. Several of us stayed for a night in mid August on our way to somewhere else. Rooms clean and modern with good spacious bathrooms. Beds were comfortable. Good air conditioning in the rooms, which was vital with the temperature in the 30s and the pool was maintained at a perfect temperature. Staff were friendly and helpful. Will stay there again if doing a similar trip."
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Top 10 Le Moulin Hotels & Weather

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Oct 19, 2021
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Intermittent Clouds
16 ~ 20℃
Oct 19, 2021
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16℃ / 20℃
Oct 20, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
15℃ / 21℃
Oct 21, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
12℃ / 22℃
Oct 22, 2021
Partly Clear with Showers
7℃ / 19℃
Oct 23, 2021
Clear
6℃ / 19℃
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Beziers
Oct 18, 2021 Beziers Weather: Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 93%, Sunrise/Sunset: 08:04/19:00
Beziers Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable
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