Best Western De Dieppe0.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
While waiting for a car rental office at the Rouen train station to reopen from its mid-day break, we went across the street to Hotel de Dieppe for lunch. The main restaurant was fully booked, so we were seated in their very fashionable bar. What a nice surprise! The hotel has been nicely renovated since we were there years ago, and we found the bar to be elegant, the clientele well dressed, and the food excellent. I had a bargain 20 euro menu of a smoked salmon starter and main course of fillet of bar in a cream sauce with lots of julienned vegetables. My husband loved his starter of fish rilliettes surrounded with ratatouille, but found his grilled turbot disappointingly dry and dull. Our only complaint was that service was slow, since there was only one waiter to cover the rather large room, including making bar drinks. Not good if you have a train to catch! Otherwise, this was a lovely stopover.
Convenient for train travelers, this hotel is an easy walk to the main sights but can get a little noisy at night as it's so close to the station. A cute, quaint hotel with clean comfortable modern rooms - good for the price. Note - if you were driving like us - the one way streets in Rouen can be a nightmare if you do not have GPS. The hotel has limited parking out front.
This hotel, located opposite the station, is conveniently situated in town, although the current one-way system in Rouen make finding it somewhat 'interesting' , even for SatNavs! There are a limited number of parking slots outside the hotel door, paid by parking meter but their main car park is within the Station car park. Good rooms, and a very good restaurant and bar. We found that the bar meals, presumably coming from the same kitchen as the gourmet restaurant, were excellent quality and good value.
We stayed here overnight on our way home from holidays and were happy with our choice. The hotel has an agreement with the station car park for 9 euros a night, which is fair and you are 1/4 hours walk away from the cathedral taking in the tower where they imprisoned Joan of Arc, the Fine Arts Museum, which is excellent and the old market square. Would come here agagin.
Went for diner with family. I suppose good value for money on the menu. Service quite average. Food was ok but nothing special. Ambience was ok, went during the week. Could be better with maybe little changes. Just a bit tight on the seating arrangement. Not really recommended but if you pass by you could try & have a taste.
room and facilities fine, would have liked one English news channel but that's just a personal preference breakfast was typical continental dinner menu was great and good value Close to train station taxi rank and easy walk into the centre wonderful old buildings and a fabulous cathedral plenty to see and do loved it we found hotel staff very helpful
The hotel is very well connected with the train station and to the center of the town. The rooms are small but nice. The decoration in the halls is from my opinion too much, based on the long history of the hotel.
This hotel is located directly across the street from the train station. This is a very busy area & there is quite a bit of noise. Rooms are small, & parking is limited. The elevator was not working so it was a bit of a hike to our rooms. The staff offered to carry our bags up to the top floor however it was still a bit of a hike up to the rooms. Hotel was clean, beds were very uncomfortable & I would not stay here again.
We stayed here on our drive back to England from the South of France. This hotel has rather small rooms and is a bit pretentious. There is very limited parking outside otherwise you have to use the public car park. Meals are served in either the high cost, high rated restaurant or in the bar. We ate in the bar and felt that they tried to use it as an extension of the restaurant but serving lower cost meals. The staff seemed to be rather high foluting rather than more down to earth for bar restaurant. Breakfast the following day:- Served in the bar; : they demanded to serve coffee / tea in a small one cup pot rather that leaving the Cona coffee machine on the bar instead of in the kitchen just at the back of the bar; fruit juice was in small one cup bottles, having been poured out from large containers rather than leaving glass jugs on the bar so you could get refills as and when you wanted it. For the price I felt it was rather lacking in choice. I have had much more choice for breakfast in much cheaper hotels.
hotel near the railway station and not far from the down Town. If you do not want to go out side for the diner the restaurant of the hotel is a good solution. Only for the room take care about the surface! the bathroom which includes the toilets is very small;
Reviews from Trip Advisor
60% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 189 reviews