Efficient and pleasant service on arrival. We did not like the fact that we were asked to pay for our stay and our breakfast up front. We also had to pay for our drinks at the bar when we would have liked to have put them onto our room account. Breakfast was excellent and well worth the 12E charge. Bar full of character with a lovely log fire as the evenings were beginning to draw in chilly.
Traveller from UK
Building dating back to 1537, offering accommodation in traditional rooms, duplex and suites. Gastronomic restaurant, wine …More
We are two couples who love to visit Northern France which we have been doing for many years. We decided to visit the 21st Herring Festival at Etaples and needed comfortable accommodation at a reasonable price for just one night. The Kyriad is easy to find although about 2kms North of the village but it appears to be a very popular spot and was quite busy during our stay.
The reception staff were extremely welcoming and coped with our Franglais very well, the rooms were comfortable, warm and clean. After our stroll into the village we decided to dine at the Hotel which again we thought reasonably priced. All of us cleared our plates as well as enjoying a palatable pitcher of the house red wine modestly priced at under 10 euros for a litre.
Breakfast is served between 08.00 and 10.00 am and the coffee just keeps on coming with English breakfast tea available if required. The breakfast fare on offer is typically continental and there is an abundance of croissants, endless baguettes in addition to cereals, fruit and all other accouterments that one would expect in France.
Overall a favourable experience that all in our party would have no hesitation in recommending to anyone seeking an excellent small hotel at a really competitive price. Well done Hotel Kyriad!!
Hotel is nice and was adequate for our needs, however, the breakfast was disappointing and the rooms do need updating. Shower was great and linen fresh and clean.
We felt it was expensive compared to similar hotels but that may be due to location. Staff were friendly and we enjoyed our stay.
I went with my mother-in-law and sister-in-law for a weekend of shopping in and around Le Touquet and the Residence was exactly what we wanted - not expensive and close enough to walk into the town, without the noise and bustle of the centre and sea front.
If you want 5-star luxury, then this probably isn't the place for you, but the rooms were spotlessly clean and more than comfortable enough. The staff were helpful and friendly and the opportunity of having a little studio kitchenette and fridge was brilliant as we were able to sort our own breakfasts etc. Every room even has a little balcony or patio of its own. More than you get in a lot of luxury establishments!
The location was lovely too - in the middle of the woods and near lots of horseriding.
Am already planning a return journey with my children this time as it's a very convenient, flexible and cheap way to spend time in Le Touquet.
Abby from Coventry
Set in the forested seaside resort of Le Touquet, on France’s north coast, this modern hotel is 800 metres from the …More
Wonderful hotel very close to shops and beach. Breakfast - the hot dishes were only just warm and the young waitress was run off her feet, being on her own for 90 per cent of the time. Dinner in the bistro was also disappointing. The ambiance of the hotel was fantastic.
seasoned travel from lancashire
A magnificent establishment located in the heart of the most elegant district of Touquet- close to the Palais of Congres and …More
Excellent value for money. Good location, easy to find.
Beds very comfortable. Hotel aged but very functional. Ideal as an overnighter on the way home from 3 weks in Dordogne/South coast before catching tunnel back to UK.
You are not getting a rolls royce but why would you when you pay an old banger price?
David from Norwich, UK
The P'tit Dej-HOTEL Berck-sur-Mer /strong> offers budget accommodation in Berck, Pas-de-Calais , peacefully located in a …More
Really didn't know what to expect. First time with Pierre & Vacances. The apartment was clean with all the basics you need. Adequate for 2 adults and 2 children. Only extras were local tax to pay and 7 euros per day for parking. This is cheaper than on street parking.
Once there no need for car. Location superb to walk into the town. Le Touquet attracts the sophisticated French folk so dont expect lots of tatty seaside shops. What you do get are nice bars and restaurants along with designer shops.
Top tip - if you prefer a noisier, ice cream, bucket and spade type experience then pop down the coast to Berck. Its a 20 minute drive and a complete contrast.
Si from Surrey
Modern residence set on the edge of a forest in the quiet region of Le Touquet, located two kilometers from the beach …More