Best Western Hotel L'oree4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I've stayed at this hotel a few times now. Always on business. Whenever it's been full, I've had to use other local hotels and I always return to L'Oree. Nothing compares. The rooms are spacious. Most have small balconies with doors that open up to give you a great view of the fields. The area is green farmland with beautiful horses grazing in them. I've used the complimentary bikes and had a ride in the surrounding area. The breakfast is fresh and typical French. The restaurant regularly changes its small menu and always has a daily special. The staff are welcoming and the whole place feels comfortable. The drinks might feel a little pricey but nothing is perfect.
We chose this hotel for a business trip as we were expecting a quiet environment which makes it worth the drive out of Paris. But all the planes going in and out of Paris Orly airport fly over the hotel. Furthermore there was a very loud party at one night which made sleep very hard, especially as I basically had to sleep with the balcony door open as the rooms were really warm. Room size was alright, same as cleanliness and friendliness of the staff. The prices for beverages, food and breakfast are way too high tho and that raises the suspicion that they take massive advantage of the remote location.
I stayed at this hotel in June of 2017 for work. This hotel is located about 25km south (southwest) of Paris. Staff are kind and welcoming. The rooms are spacious enough, yet have a cozy feel. The rooms did not have AC which caused a bit of a problem especially at night as it was rather hot during the summer. I had to get a fan from the front desk, and even with a fan it was difficult to sleep at night. Green farmlands surround the hotel which make it nice. A few hiccups: No AC in the rooms and you need to ask for a fan if you want one. No vending machines or ice machines in the hotel. The bar man did not use tongs or a scoop to get ice from an ice chest, when I asked for a glass of ice (twice) When I asked for recommendations for supper at the front desk I was told they could not provide me with any because they have a restaurant in the hotel. Having worked in hotels I understand that statement, but having been a guest of the hotel for a week and having had breakfast there everyday, as well as few lunches and suppers I wanted a change. Overall I enjoyed my stay at the hotel, but the hotel has a lot of potential to be better.
Visited for 3 nights while we had company meetings for our Europe division. The room had a balcony and large bathroom. Very clean and it looked to be recently updated. Plenty of space but really in any free time, the place to be is outside on the expansive deck. The food in the hotel was excellent. I was really pleasantly surprised. Certainly it's France so they have high standards but this was a cut above. The staff at the front desk, restaurant and bar were all extremely helpful and attentive. Most were multi-lingual which is a plus for our team. There was no A/C in the rooms but I find that's manageable unless you get a bit of a heatwave. Fortunately we had cool nights the first week in July. The meeting rooms were cooled and well appointed so I'd certainly recommend it for that as well.
Exceptional location, if it wasn't for the rain I would have got myself outside for a walk in the woods! This is a good hotel, with good service and very good rooms. I was lucky to have a suite, and I had more space that I get at home! The restaurant was very good, and I strongly recommend that you stay in the hotel and enjoy the food it has to offer. So why only average? It's simple. I have a sore throat and keep sneezing due to the air fresheners they are using in the hallways and rooms. I've had to keep my room aired with all of the windows open due to the strength of the chemicals they are using. They are so strong you can taste it constantly, it's horrible. My stay has been ruined because of this, as I've had to choose to be freezing cold rather than choking on the thick smell!
Hotel is a little way outside Villebon, Paris. It is not near any towns so you will need a car. However, hotel is of high quality. The reception is pleasant & welcoming with a good bar area. There is also a restaurant that is also of high quality - i have reviewed this separately. Rooms were clean & well presented. Everything was in good working order. A pleasant balcony with a great view out over the field Great hotel, just a little out of the way
We didn't know much about L'Oree when we booked, but this hotel surpassed our expectations. It is in such a beautiful setting, with walks right out of the door and great views too. It's handy for the roads despite where it is. The facilities are great - a spa, tennis court, lovely places to sit and enjoy the sun. The rooms we're a good size and more than adequate. We had our own balcony as do most of the rooms we saw. The food in the evening was on the good side of adequate - not haut cuisine but perfectly enjoyable and plenty of choice. Breakfast was good too, and the staff charming, friendly and helpful.
We absolutely loved staying a L'Oree and so did our dog. The rooms were on the large side and well maintained. Thought the Hotel is a bit isolated it boost a restaurant where lovely food is served and a spa area Finally the hotel is set on massive gardens giving plenty of space to our dog to play and run around
Stayed at this hotel on 3rd of December. Watch out at check out! The staff are the worst I have experienced: unfriendly, cant be bothered, don't come back attitude, Absolutely terrible! Avoid this hotel if you can.
This is a real find--not far from Paris and close to Orsay and 15 minutes' drive from the University Paris-Sud. You do need a taxi for getting around but if your priority is peace, quiet and natural beauty, this is your place to be. I was there in November and room temperature and comfort were good--I opened the French windows and enjoyed the balcony and there was a controllable radiator when it got chilly in the evening. But those visiting in very hot summer weather may want to ensure they are comfortable with the fact that there is no air conditioning in the rooms. If I were to make one suggestion to the management, it would be to put some vegetarian options on the menu--there were none and though the kitchen staff kindly cooked me something veggie on request, I felt they were not used to cooking interesting and tasty veggie food. For this reason I dropped them one star, but that's the only reason.
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86% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 278 reviews