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We came here after disappointedly having to abandon our originally chosen hotel, as they weren’t serving dinner on a Sunday, even though we’d checked this before arrival. This hotel was therefore our second choice. The building is very well located, right overlooking the vast beach. It does have a slight 50s feel in style. The room overlooked the beach, too and was warm, in spite of a near gale roaring outside. The food was enjoyable, the service attentive and there is a good wine list. In October, at least, you can park right outside the door.
Sadly this was our second trip to this hotel, last we rated it very good, but a year seems to have made a difference. Our room was small, with a bathroom even smaller. To open the metal window shutter you first had to switch on the bathroom light??. Clearly the shutter had been wired to a light supply. The tap in the bath/shower had been fitted back to front. So turning the tap to the red dot gave you cold water and blue dot gave you hot water. This could cause a serious scold.. The .dinner was very poor with really over cooked chicken breasts The breakfast was a total disaster as ,ever table was taken by a tour group with no provision made for other guests.after a great deal of arguing we were finally allowed to use the main dining room.
We had a corner room with a full view of the sea and the various activities taking place on the beach. That was the highlight, although the room itself was acceptable, with full length "patio" doors to Juliet balcony, bed regulation double and OK. Decor was, disappointingly, neither traditional French seaside nor contemporary, probably considered "modern" some years ago. Bathroom had a small bath with a low, hand-held, shower attachment but no curtain: probably the only hotel we have used in ten years or more without a proper shower. Free parking in a small public space opposite was no problem on a wet and windy day in March. We didn't eat in the restaurant, but it seemed to be popular on a Monday evening. Overall, we thought the room was a touch overpriced at €66, midweek, off season and without breakfast.
Stayed at this hotel for three nights at the end of August whilst heading to the South of France and Spain. Enjoyed our stay so much that we booked another two nights for our return journey in October. This is a classic French seaside hotel. The bedrooms were basic and comfortable.The greatest strength of this hotel is the excellent restaurant and brasserie. If you like seafood and fish this is the place to be. I would recommend the oysters, mussels and the various fish that was on the slate every day. The staff were brilliant. They were helpful, friendly and upbeat about their work. The location of the hotel is outstanding, right on the beach and with easy access to the cycleways to explore the Baie de Somme.
A great seaside town, with this hotel having good sea views. The room was nice, but looks like it belongs back in the 60's. Bedroom carpet somewhat stained, but very clean bed. The bathroom with open electric sockets and switches would not be acceptable with Health & Safety in UK. However, the staff were all efficient and eager to please.
Very easy to find, but difficult to find parking. Staff very friendly and welcoming. A small room(cheap!) but what an amazing view of the sea and the sunset at 10pm. We ate in the restaurant. Very good service and extremely friendly. An excellent 4 course meal- the highlight of our holiday. A good way to finish our trip. We hope to return.
this hotel is ideally located, just in front of the beach, with a nice view to the sea. unfortunately, renovation has not been made for years, it is a pity. but it is very clean, and the people are really nice.
Our normal 'stop off' on the way home is Le Touquet. We decided to go for a change and booked this hotel in the relatively nearby resort of Fort-Mahon Plage. We are a grown up family of 5, our youngest child is 21 years old. On such journey's we typically book a triple and a twin and divide the family boys and girls. We arrived in two cars after a 450 mile dash from the Gironde region. Finding a car park behind the hotel we were told that that car park was for staff only and the private parking (which I assume must be elsewhere) was somewhere else. Explaining that we had found spaces for our two cars we were asked to move them and park on the street... perhaps next to the sign warning of car thefts and the suggestion to remove valuables. Not an inspiring start. The hotel is well located (parking arrangements aside), with spectacular views to the beach. The rooms are quite small - when we saw that our 3rd 'bed' to create a triple was a mattress on the floor - our only viable response after a 450 mile drive was to laugh. No tea making facilities, we didn't find any UK channels on the TV. No real bar as such, although the hotel does have a posh looking restaurant and a more casual brasserie. That said there are plenty places to eat nearby. Apart from the odd conversation about why staff and not customers were parking on site the staff were reasonably friendly. Would I go back? Probably not.
Very excellent value for money.lots of things to take part in , hire a bike , go onto the beach , take a slushy . Very clean tillers on the beach front and a cafe which does the basics .car parking us very cheap
Stayed at this hotel just for the 1 night (thankfully). No parking facilities, wi fi doesn't work, room very basic (needs refurbishing), no decent shower, bed very hard and room very hot. But not all bad, as the restaurant was good, apart from a miserable breakfast offering. Coffee machine was excellent. Great location but never again!
Hôtel La Terrasse places you next to Fort Mahon Beach and within a 5-minute walk of North Beach. This 56-room, 3-star hotel has conveniences like 2 restaurants, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi.
Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including Le Homard Gourmand, which specializes in Mediterranean cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7:30 AM to 10 AM.
Hôtel La Terrasse's 56 rooms provide free newspapers, safes, and desks. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.
At Hôtel La Terrasse, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas and a terrace. Self parking is offered for EUR 6.00 per night. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with luggage storage and securing valuables.