- Hotel code : 2415
- Number of rooms : 70
- 1 to 3 persons
ZAC du Parc Athanor
Tel : (+33)891705322
Fax : (+33)470292743
GPS coordinates:N 46° 21' 4.84'' E 2° 36' 26.37''
Advantages of the hotel :
- Number of car spaces: 65
- Free private enclosed outdoor car park
- WIFI access available in public areas and in some rooms
- Automatic room allocator
- Web restaurant and bar description
- Reduced mobility rooms: 3
- Pet allowed
- Online Check-in / Fast Check-out
From : 26.10 EUR See availability
hotelF1, the new generation of low-cost hotels in France. 240 ultra-budget hotels with parking and WIFI accessible 24/7. DUO and TRIO rooms available for your business or leisure stays. Outside the rooms is a spacious and well-equipped shower and bathroom area. Central dining area available to enjoy an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet.
TRIO room for a maximum of three people. Ideal for families, couples or friends.
A double bed (59 x 79" [150 x 200 cm]) with a bunk bed, a "quick wash" corner with sink and mirror, flat-screen TV and connectors for consoles, MP3 players, etc. Toilets and spacious showers are just a few steps from the room.
Duo Room for a maximum of two people. Ideal for a working trip, couples or friends.
Twin beds (35 x 75" [90 x 190 cm]), quick wash corner with a sink and mirror, mobile table, flat-screen TV and connectors for consoles, MP3 players, etc. Toilets and spacious showers are just a few steps from the room.
Opening hours France.
The hotel is open 24 hours a day. Reception is open from at least 6-30am to 9-30am and 5pm to 9pm during the week 7-30am to 10-30am and 5pm to 9pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.
Automatic room allocator
Automatic room allocator outside opening hours.
Web restaurant and bar description
Courtepaille or ibis restaurant within 547 yards (500 meters) of the hotel.
All-you-can-eat buffet breakfast, healthy and balanced.
WIFI access available in public areas and in some rooms
One pet only per room is accepted with a euros 5 surcharge
Hotel classifications (1 to 5 stars for France) correspond to criteria laid down by local regulations.