Great stay slight problem in the hotel bar staff wouldn't serve us as we weren't sat at a table set up for food. All tables in direct sun we moved but French people who sat at same tabe were served (discrimination!!) snotty waitress but didn't let it spoil it for us
We arrived late-ish, but were dealt with curteously and efficiently. The room was clean and bright, and very inviting after the 9 hour drive we'd just had. Even our dog enjoyed her rest that night!
We will not hesitate to use this hotel the next time we travel to France, and would recommend it to anyone wanting a good priced, clean stop-over.
Del from Yorkshire
Featuring an unique location on the sea front, Hôtel de la Plage offers a quality accommodation not far away from the city …More
We found this hotel to be a pleasing surprise. it is tucked away in the woodlands in a lovely area that was close enough to the town by foot or car, although far enough for relaxation. The facilities were great and the kitchens were well equipped. Overall we were extremely pleased and will be returning here with our family soon.
Phil from Kent
Countryside apartment complex set in 250 hectares of woodland just outside Le Touquet, on northern France’s Cote …More
Having taken note of other reviewers' comments, we duly booked a Cosy room for two nights and were perfectly happy with the room. The Cosy rooms are, as others have noted, just that - cosy. But, they are ingeniously designed and, as long as you and your room-mate are very comfortable with each other, there really isn't a problem. If you are a bit sensitive about your bathroom habits, then perhaps book one of the bigger rooms. The rest of the hotel is stylish and elegant and, best of all, just a couple of minutes' walk from Le Touquet's lovely beach.
The staff in the hotel could not have been more helpful. They all spoke very good English, happily recommended restaurants, and were anxious to make sure our car was parked and a ticket purchased for its parking. We parked our car in the street next to the hotel for three days for about £10: seems a bargain to me.
We loved Le Touquet, and would happily stay at Hotel Victoria again.
Wonderful hotel very close to shops and beach. Breakfast - the hot dishes were only just warm and the young waitress was run off her feet, being on her own for 90 per cent of the time. Dinner in the bistro was also disappointing. The ambiance of the hotel was fantastic.
seasoned travel from lancashire
A magnificent establishment located in the heart of the most elegant district of Touquet- close to the Palais of Congres and …More
The Red fox is in an ideal location for restaurants,bars and shops and only short walk to the beach.
I took family members for their first experience of Le Touquet and they loved it.
Excellent helpful courteous staff and a more than adequate breakfast available.
My 4th visit to the hotel and will use it again.
Derrick from York UK
White-fronted building situated on a lively street corner in Le Touquet town centre, just 200 metres from the beach.Simple …More
From the moment we entered the hotel we were made welcome. The staff were helpful and nothing was too much trouble. Situation is great to visit the town, local bars and restaurants. A great place to stop if you decide to spend one last night in France on the way home and be near the crossings. Will visit again.
We arrived late, the reception and front door of the hotel were closed.
Because we informed the hotel of our late arrival they e-mailed us the front door security code and instructed the room to go to. It worked just fine!
Breakfast was alright with essencials of a French petit dejuneur, you can eat as much as you feel like and it's good value.
Ikea furniture type everywhere, but it didn't bother us!
Really didn't know what to expect. First time with Pierre & Vacances. The apartment was clean with all the basics you need. Adequate for 2 adults and 2 children. Only extras were local tax to pay and 7 euros per day for parking. This is cheaper than on street parking.
Once there no need for car. Location superb to walk into the town. Le Touquet attracts the sophisticated French folk so dont expect lots of tatty seaside shops. What you do get are nice bars and restaurants along with designer shops.
Top tip - if you prefer a noisier, ice cream, bucket and spade type experience then pop down the coast to Berck. Its a 20 minute drive and a complete contrast.
Si from Surrey
Modern residence set on the edge of a forest in the quiet region of Le Touquet, located two kilometers from the beach …More
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