This unpretentious hotel is situated in Perros-Guirec. This property offers a total of 24 rooms. Pets are not allowed at Hotel Le Phare.
Values realeated to administratives fees are already included at the moment of purchase at the HURB website.Local fees, services fees and resort fees may not be included and should be paid directly to the hotel.
Based on 154 reviews
Worth a visit for its location
Not many recent reviews for this hotel which is a shaame. It is not the most luxurious place to stay but its location close to the acote de Granit Rose makes it a good place to stop if you are on a budget. 'the room and en suite were small with each of the twin beds next to a wall. There was no hairdrier, kettle or coffee maker, but for the room rate you might not expect them. You had the option of dinner and breakfast in the restaurant for a reasonable price. There was only one socket for phone charging and that was in the ensuite! The view from our room was lovely and a short walk away were the most stunning views of the coast. There are other places to stay but more expensive. We were happy enough for one night but would we want to stop longer...the jury's out.
Peace, tranquility and good food.
Let's get the stairs out of the way first; yes, there's a lot of them and they're steep. But without them you wouldn't get the stunning view from the top floor. wonderful food and not too expensive - worth going to this hotel just for lunch or a dinner. The room was small but well laid out and the bed was one of the most comfortable we've ever had in any hotel regardless of cost. Staff were very friendly and helpful. The location is lovely - beautiful area and lots of walks. Peaceful in the evening when the coach trips have gone. They even turn the street lights off in the village at 1.a.m. - great for star gazing!
Excellent value demi-pension
Love the location of this Logis hotel just a 10 min walk down to very buzzy, busy beach and port areas and an interesting small beach. Hotel room was spotlessly clean and very comfortable beds. Windows opened wide so could keep cool. However the bathroom was very small and I mean very small but one could use the facilities which were also very clean even if one had to dry off in the room etc. The toilet lid had a disconcerting habit of falling on your back when you sat on the seat! However we forgave that as the demi pension meal was superb. Couple of choices for each course...charcuterie or crevettes for starter, assiette de Mer (amazing) or steak and Opera or Panna Cotta (best ever!) accompanied by recommended local wine for 16 euros. Breakfast was plentiful, buffet-style continental again in a lovely dining room. Staff were very pleasant and helpful. All for 124 euros.... wonderful....
Not an hotel- a hostel
This hotel boasts 2 stars but it must have slipped through the assessment net. Encounter peeling paint, badly worn carpets, dripping taps, lack of working light bulbs in double rooms where only one person can bend down at a time. Wake up to a new voice on your pillow. When you are fully awake you will realise that the sound comes from about three inches away next door. During the night try to identify where the different snores are coming from. The breakfast cereal bowls will be able to contain somewhat less than 100 cornflakes. Otherwise the food is ok if you are content with a child's portion. The maintenance standard was at the begining of the season so probably at its best. If all this makes you unhappy during you stay it will be less so than the demeanour of the staff.
Pay attention to this hotel expecially to the dependance They call dependance a 4 bad rooms close to the lavatory of the hotel , directly on the road . Near the chambre there also the garbage deposit of the hotel . It's like the hell Bad smell and no space in the chambre , noise all night long due to the car trafffic The cooking of the hotel is terrible. Bad taste and poor Go away