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Ile de Ré precioso, pero buscaremos otro alojamiento
Opinión escrita el 11 de Septiembre de 2018
La escapada es perfecta, porque la Isla de Ré es perfecta. El complejo está bien, con sus caminitos, su piscina grande, sus casitas... pero luego el alojamiento por dentro no es lo que esperas. Las casas son muy bonitas por fuera, con terraza, tendedero, zona para dejar las bicis... pero el interior es muy extraño. La parte de arriba es de malisimo acceso, las escaleras son estrechisimas y empinadisimas. Y cuando llegas arriba, otra sorpresa, una "zona" abuhardillada, con una altura de techo mínima, con una mini-mesita de noche, ningún armario, y 2 mini camas. Fue tan fea la sensación que no volvimos a subir en los 4 dias. Como eramos 2 adultos y una niña de 10 años, dormimos las 4 noches en el sofá cama de la planta baja, olvidandonos entonces de tener algo de salita o salón. Otro punto en contra es el alquiler de bicicletas, tan necesario y tan idílico en la isla. Abusivo de precio y con una franquicia de echarse a temblar; inaudito. Por lo demás la Isla lo merece todo, es para no dejar de visitarla cada cierto tiempo, una cucada. Pero en nuestro proximo viaje, buscaremos otro alojamiento.
Awful experience, misleading advertising
Opinión escrita el 12 de Agosto de 2018
We have come here with our two children, 9 and 8 years old to spend one week of our summer holidays in August. We have been so surprised and so disappointed with the place. They advertise the place as renovated and showing beautiful pictures of the rooms but the sad reality is so different from what they show on the internet pictures. The room is so old and dirty. The smell when you enter the room is really disgusting, like they use some kind of cheap disinfectant that stinks really bad. The room is very dirty, we have found several dead spiders that they didn’t even bother to clean and the room and the bathroom are really dirty (floors, WC). We also found some bugs that looked as bedbugs... I hope they weren’t. The bedsheets had holes! Not one but several holes. The room is so small that you can hardly fit in your luggage. The beds for the kids is upstairs: the stairs going up are really narrow and really steep, they are really dangerous for any kid, specially if they are under 6 or 5 years old. The kids beds are mattresses that are set right on the floor. If your height is over 1,65 or so you won’t be able to stand in the kids room without hitting your head against the ceiling. Their little boxes doing the function of closets are all dirty. The bed for the couple is a crappy couch that becomes bed that is really uncomfortable. The toilet is just a joke. It looks like an airplane toilet. Having to spend your holidays using that toilet is just very sad.
As soon as we saw the place we asked for our money back. We better go back home rather than staying in a place like this with our kids. They asked us to come back to the manager office in the morning. When we have come back to speak to the manager, Eleonore Castagnos, her answer to our claim has literally been that “we can leave but that they won’t give our money back”! Well, thank you for setting me free, Miss Castagnos. But I just want my money back. No solution offered by this absolutely impolite young lady that doesn’t even know how to manage a holiday place. The only answer she has given to us is giving us an email address of the company in Paris so we can claim there! Absolutely unable to give solutions to clients that have paid 1.600 eur for one week in this crappy place mislead by their tricky advertising on the internet.
Do not fall into the trap of Belambra in Ille de Re
Fun and friendly
Opinión escrita el 29 de Marzo de 2018
Fun and friendly young team running the place. Relaxed atmosphere. Good facilities. Small and slightly dated cabins, but the sofa-bed was surprisingly comfortable. The social nights and discos were great. We were the only English there, but did not feel it was a problem.
Good fun if you're willing to compromise a bit
Opinión escrita el 12 de Agosto de 2013
If you are looking for a cheap no frills stay with friends this place is ideal. i cant comment on the kids side as we didn't have any but for a group of 4 adults we had a great time but the place is fairly basic.
The studio which was advertised as for 4 adults is actually a sofa bed and two child beds in a ridiculously small mezzanine that an adult could only just fit in and get up the stairs!
The studio was basic (no kettle!) with microwave and hob and clean and had a terrace to sit and eat/drink on which was the best feature as the island is expensive
We paid an extra €100 for the privilege studio per week and this was well spent as we were right next to the pool.
Location of studio next to the pool
Cleanliness of the studio and site
Free classes and activities on site (as long as you speak French)
Staff were friendly and polite and spoke good English
Reasonably priced bar (when open)
Good atmosphere by pool and on site
Lots of families and friendly atmosphere
Quiet at night
Good sports facilities (3 tennis courts, five a side football, table tennis, basketball, volleyball)
Excellent pool and pool area
Close to supermarket
Kids club always seemed busy
Free bus around island until 9pm
Never felt like we were being fleeced or getting ripped off
Good car park and security gate system
Luggage trollies available
Bar only open from 4pm daily
Cannot check in until 5pm
Restaurant only open on Thursday evening
Quite a walk from St Martin (45 mins)
Bike hire always fully booked
Pool area closes at 8pm
Entertainment was limited in evenings and bar area very small
Hard to spend money! Bar shut most of time
Had to pay extra tourist tax on arrival (€12)
Very small shower
Basic but ok
Opinión escrita el 21 de Febrero de 2013
We stayed here in September 2012 and there was 5 adults in our party - choice of accommodation was limited at this time of year as everywhere appeared to be closed down for the end of the season (I don't get this as the weather can be beautiful in sept/oct in France and we don't all want to go away in school holidays - if it was my business I would be open!!- however I digress!!) we do like luxury and are we are all clean freaks however we hired 2 of the chalets - we like a previous reviewer arrived and the reception was shut (something that does appear to be the norm in France in any type of business and frustrates me so much) and after a bit of good observation skills by one of our party found our keys on a notice board so off we trotted and let our selves in to the 2 single storey chalets side by side - the bed linen and towels were in sealed laundry packets so we made up the beds required and inspected the very small basic chalets - they were clean they were adequate and basic - we too found some of the items provided weird yet the lack of some e.g a kettle poor - so we had to put a "pan on" for our cuppa also we had bought a pizza from the local supermarket but had no where to heat it up as there is an electric hob n microwave but no oven - the pool was pretty cold but my husband did go in - all the other facilities appeared to be shut down with just a basic skeleton staff (the free wifi only worked near the closed down bar) - all this aside it was a good clean base to explore the island within walking distance of the capital - I would describe it as more like "glamping" it was fine for the money we paid about €250 for each chalet and we stayed 4 nights so it wasn't expensive - I wouldn't hesitate to use again as loved the island and if you are looking for basic clean self catering facilities at a reasonable price then this is suitable - just as a footnote 2 of our party paid for a 1 bed chalet and paid less then we did for the 2 bed but we were put side by side and they got a 2 bed one too so bonus probably because it was out of season and there was lots of space between chalets - all in all it was a good trip