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Choice of national and international channels as well as beIN Sports
Large terrace and tree-lined garden
Fitness, Sauna, Steam Room and Jacuzzi
Just 2 minutes from the train station and 5 minutes from the city center
Secure and paid public parking
This hotel participates to Planet 21 and is acting in favour of Positive Hospitality.
Check-in from 14h00
Check out up to 12h00
20 cours La Fayette
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Check-in from 14h00
Check out up to 12h00
Triangles des Gares : Gares
LE HAVRE CENTRE CAR FERRIES : LE HAVRE CENTRE
TRAMWAY : A OU B GARES
LE HAVRE OCTEVILLE At 5km / 3.11 miles
CAR FERRIES At 0.5km / 0.31 miles
LE HAVRE At 0.1km / 0.06 miles
GPS :49.491521, 0.125565
Discover our spacious, modern rooms. Choose between family rooms and twin rooms. The rooms feature tea and coffee making facilities and all have a bathroom with a separate toilet.
Number of meeting rooms: 11
Maximum size: 162 m²
Maximum capacity: 150 people
Maximum banquet capacity: 80 people
100% genuine reviews from our guestsFind out more
Chris B. P. Couples - 17/03/2020 Confirmed reviews ALL
Great staff, helpful and friendly!
much better than last time
C. Business - 13/03/2020 Confirmed reviews ALL
Last time was beginning january and the service was really very poor had to wait more than 15 minutes before someone helped me also in the restaurant no one was there etc...
Jacques Couples - 10/03/2020 Confirmed reviews ALL
After moving we had to find a home for a week and we selected NOVOTEL as à base. It served its purposes.
Good breakfast and the best location
Ashley Business - 24/02/2020 Confirmed reviews ALL
Nice and responsive people. Charlotte, Alexandria and Yean did a great job on front desk. The location was the best and how can I forget the breakfast that was so yummy.
Good location, adequate rooms, poor gym, awful food
M. L. Business - 16/02/2020 Confirmed reviews ALL
The hotel is located well, and the executive rooms are a good size, clean and well equipped with good WiFi. The breakfast is adequate, although not catering to international tastes - I would prefer warm plates, crispy bacon, less sloppy scrambled eggs, black pepper and some variety in cereals. The dinners are truly bad though, my boss and I ate there twice last week and will not make that mistake again. In the spirit of trying to help you, I think you really need to re-engineer your kitchen and your waiting staff. I have no idea who is cooking the food (beetroot smoked salmon, entrecote, shrimp starter, butternut soup and Pad Thai is what I recall with a shudder). Really truly the worst food in 20+ places I've eaten in Le Havre. The smoked salmon was so salty as to be inedible, served with limp leaves and a half teaspoon of sauce. The entrecote was of very poor quality, a mass of fat and gristle. The shrimp starter smelt so rank I sent it back untouched, the butternut soup was bland and the Pad Thai was a mass of stodgy noodles with a few small shrimp. My boss was equally unhappy and like I said we will not eat there again. There is no excuse for making such a botch of simple cooking, especially in an international port and in a country famous for its cuisine. The gymnasium is a very big disappointment. It is poorly equipped, has no entertainment systems, is not planned or thought through by anyone with an understanding of exercise, and is not open at reasonable hours. The jacuzzi was broken and the steam room not working, and the only equipment is three cheap machines even though there is a large space and adding in some mats, weights and other inexpensive kit would be very easy. For travelling businessmen a well equipped gym is very important, especially when trying to work off jet lag. And the gym has to be accessible 24/7 not just when staff feel like it. My last comment is about the staff. They are young and attractive, but I think you would be better off getting in some more mature people who have stayed in hotels and who understand what makes for a good experience. People whose eyes rove around looking for customers to help; people who are continually thinking of improvements and who are seeking feedback. My observation (as a crusty old man) is that the young are too self absorbed, too focused on cosmetic adornments, not service oriented, not proactive and not particularly engaged. It's a shame to have such a great location and to spend lots on various cosmetic improvements while neglecting the basic fundamentals of guest experience. The only advantage you have really is that you're better than the Nomad and the other cheap hotels around the station, but that should not make you proud.
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