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Reviewed 5 October 2015

This hotel is in a good location, quiet street, close to bistros, cafes etc. Short walking distance to Montecarlo, the casino, the beach. It is very basic, no frills, but clean, well kept small rooms, comfy beds.

Stayed: December 2014
1  Thank skkat
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Reviewed 28 April 2015 via mobile

The hotel is near the cazino just 5-6 minutes of walking , the rooms are basic but comfortable and clean and the staff is very kind especially Rino the Italian . 100 meters away is a parking and just in front of hotel are restarants and mini markets .I reccoment this hotel if you want to spent a few days at a very expensive place

Stayed: April 2015, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 25 May 2014

Recently stayed with 9 friends, we were scheduled to arrive late in the day which was fine as the desk is manned 24/7 and Christian is very welcoming and friendly. There was some confusion around room allocation and this was all resolved quickly. The rooms are sparse but entirely functional and at first the polished concrete floor is a surprise but it is highly polished and like everything in the hotel very clean. The bed was a proper double bed, not 2 twins pushed together which is so common onthe continient. The hotel is just 5-10 min walk to casino square in Monaco and all of us would stay again. The main languages for the hotel are French and Italian but Christian's English is more than good enough for us to muddle through.

Room Tip: If you have a large suitcase, go for a grande room these are significantly more spacious than the medium rooms and just around 10 euros more a night.
  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 8 May 2014

The hotel is basic but clean and excellent value for Monaco. The breakfast option is a basic one but great value for only 8 Euros ($12.75 CDN). This hotel charges for additional occupancy of 4 euros per night for each additional person. Paid 98 Euros per night for a 1 week stay. The place is family owned and staff are consistently family members and very attentive to your needs as a guest. Rooms are basic and smaller but clean and well maintained. The room key is an old school metal key that you turn into the front desk when you are leaving the hotel during the day. This might concern some as there is no electronic record of who enters your room but the family comes across as genuine and honest so it was no problem at all. Free internet.

Room Tip: elevator is loud. ask for a room away from it
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 November 2013

Very simple hotel, not totally renewed maybe but clean and at a reasonable price to be in France and at one step from Monte Carlo. Elevator is available..The street really narrow, as all there!, is crowded during te day but totally quiet at night. The hotel is runned by italians who are very helpful and absolutely friendli, and ready to fix things in case they don't work ( like for us a burnt lamp!). If u don't know the town just have yr first breakfast in, but then go outside to find better food for better prices ( at 7 euro u can just have not much and not great quality food at the hotel). Close to everything in town:shops, restaurants, chemistry,brasserie ( go downstairs and u'll find Lucies' brasserie a great quality place, where u can eat both salad and sweet pastry made form a Portuguese woman who's lovely and good baker!)

Room Tip: In case u want very new rooms ask for them!
  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
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