Kyriad - Le Havre Centre3.0 out of 5.0
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Hotel has ups and downs. 24 hours reception, breakfast was very good and copious, our room was smallish, but clean and generally fine for the price.What I disliked the most is the level of noise, that forced me to sleep with the windows shut in hot weather and no air con obviously. The main source of the noise were the companies that would occupy the hotel restaurant terrace long into the night up till the early morning hours and eating, drinking and chatting sometimes in very loud voices. Probably in winter it's not an issue, but in summer it certainly was and greatly spoiled my stay. So most likely next time I will look somewhere else to stay.
Great location, near the station. The staff was very friendly. The room was clean and neat. All the necessary stuff was in the room- coffee and tea! The city is very nice. Took a bike for rent and visited the cliffs at Etretat. At the reception there are a lot of brochures available. Recommend this hotel.
The hotel is located next to the train station and about 15-20 minutes walk from the city center. I paid around 80 euro for a three persons room. The rooms is basic but has a nice interior. There is a flatscreen and a good shower. Free coffee and tea was available at the room, however the staff forgot to put three of each at the room. The only minus points were a constant strange small in the bathroom we could not identify and noise from the big road next to the hotel. Based on value for money I can recommend this hotel.
This is normally a good hotel great parking wonderful staff food and wine good but the rooms smell of cigarettes this should not happen in 2017 this spoiled my stay in an otherwise great hotel location is ok short walk to the railway station not too much around for restaurants
For the upteenth time, I wish Tripadvisor had a ``good hotel in its class'' category. I'm not sure this Kyriad is ``very good'' but ``average'' would be a bit mean. The excellent and healthy breakfast buffet is what pushed me to rate it ``very good.'' My room was comfortable and adequate, nothing special. The staff was friendly. The hotel wouldn't win any design awards but it's not objectionable either. Staff is friendly; everything was clean. I had no complaints. I didn't try the restaurant. About the location: it's not in the ``center,'' which would be a 10-20 minute walk away depending what you mean by center. The hotel is about 5 minute walk behind the train station and a two minute walk to the docks that have been converted into a shopping center. So it's very convenient if arriving by train, and I presume by car. Yes, there is a McDo next door. I didn't notice much noise but it is just off a busy road.
I enjoyed a lot my stay here. People are very nice and friendly. The hotel has an excellent location. Modern installations. The frozen iogurt in the breakfast was delicious. I strongly recommend this hotel.
I stayed at this place for 3 nights. Front desk attendant was really helpful and although there were a few discrepancies with my booking, she handled it without causing a havoc. The staff was friendly. A decent breakfast and most importantly, excellent beds.
We stayed to break our journey from Calais to Finestere but to be honest Le Havre Centre is way too far from the motorway for a convenient overnight so we will probably continue to Honfleur another time. If you need to be in Le Havre Centre the staff here is friendly and the rooms are perfectly adequate for a good nights sleep.
Dont is the one word review I wanted to post for this place but this platform insists on further characters so here goes; We were attracted to this hotel by its listing on one of the most popular online hotel booking apps, the main photo appears to show a bright hotel looking out over the canal/dock area of le Havre, this disproves the "camera never lies" theory, on arrival at the hotel after a long drive we were concerned to find a McDonalds Restaurant located within what looks like the orginal car park area of the hotel, the remaing area of hotel car parking is not secure and between the front of the hotel and the harbour area is a substantially busy dual carriagway and a large concrete flyover to the south elevation of the property, we were concerned at the close proximity of the busy drive-thru restaurant in the car park of the hotel as the front facing rooms look directly on to the restaurant but we neednt have worried as we were allocated a room to the rear, what we had to endure was the railway marshelling yard located at the rear of the building and even with the small window in our wood-chipped room sleeping was almost impossible as the regular vibration and sounds of shunting and braking trains ensured a fairly disturbing wrestless night, the perfect insomniacs bedroom. Dissappointed in everything thus far we thought we would seek refreshment and our evening meal at the hotel restaurant, alarm bells started to ring louder when we were advised that the restaurant was open from 7pm to 10pm but would close earlier if there were not a lot of diners, the selection was from a severely limited menu written on a blackboard in French, whilst appreciating we were in France we had hoped the hotel would anticipate and indeed hope to attract visitors from outwith France (being a ferry destination from the UK an all), after being ignored for a good 15 minutes and being the only diners in at 7.15 we asked the waitress if she would be kind enough to translate the menu options from which we selected a steak with chips and my wife ordered the Turkey option, the steak was akin to a thigh muscle rather than any steak I have ever had in my life, by the time I had removed the fat and sinew from the steak there was little eating on what was left, the turkey was "interesting" completely brown and tepid in tempretaure two bites were taken and the dish returned uneaten, service was appaling and the restaurant and in fact the hotel in its entirity looks like a rejected 1970's travel lodge, the continental breakfast was much better as there was no service to cope with and the cheese, ham and bread were tasty as was the coffee, on returning to our small room after breakfast we decided we could not stay in this place another evening and even though the room fees were paid (a further 64 euro for our meals, insult to injury) we decided to flee to a hotel that was less troubled with traffic and trains and would hopefully provide a friendly level of service and an edible standard of food, none of which appear to be avaiulable at this hotel!!
This hotel is not in the center of Le Havre. It is near the railway station and you can easily walk to the station (10 minutes) and use smooth tramway to the central part or to the main beach. Building is ordinary glass box with good parking for cars near the entrance. You have decent breakfast and dinner. The place is good for individuals and not for groups bigger than 30 people. Some rooms are noisy – especially in ground floor near the drive in restaurant. Ask for a room in upper floor. Good for a night or two.
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62% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 319 reviews