Hotel addressFront de Mer
62520 LE TOUQUET
How to reach the hotelGPS :N 50° 30' 52.02'' E 1° 34' 42.92''
Contact the hotel
- Tel. (+33)3/21098500
- Fax. (+33)3/21098510
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Novotel Thalassa le Touquet - hotel reviews in Le Touquet
Hotel code: 0449
Accorhotels.com customer reviews in partnership with TripAdvisor
30th November 2012, Altona508, Andover, United Kingdom
The room was generally of the standard we would expect for this grade of hotel, but not the paper cupsFood and dining room service was execellent.Staff friendly and professionalDrinks expensiveRoom consumerables not always replacedExternally, the hotel could do with a lick of paint
"Nice overall but slightly disappointing for a Novotel"
13th November 2012, MartinSlon, London, United Kingdom
I have stayed in Novotel's before and certainly of higher standard. I expected a better room finish for a Novotel. The main purpose of the visit was for my wife to use the Thalassotherapy facilities which were very nice. The gym which I used was small but well equipped and maintained. The personal trainer was nice, helpful and professional.The main restaurant was good albeit that the menu was fairly unadventurous. Staff was efficient and polite. Arguably a bit pricey.I would have liked a sort of coffee bar with coffee and pastries, small snacks open during the day. There is a bar but no pastries I found.There were recurring problems with my room card not working but I overheard somebody saying there was a problem with the computer system.What was a bit puzzling was that our bath towels were nt replaced though left on the floor, they were simply hung back. I am sure that had I asked at reception they would have been replaced but why not directly by the cleaning staff is a mystery.Upon arrival the room was boiling hot, not sure if it was the thermostat as left by the previous occupants or if the aircon in fact worked at all. The next night the room was at a better temperature.All in all a comfortable place to stay, right next to the beach and nice facilities. The hotel is a bit away from the town centre. I also wonder if it would not be better to choose the Ibis hotel attached to the other side of the thalassotherapy.
"Great location on the beach"
2nd November 2012, Axyl100, London, United Kingdom
Some reviews have called this hotel ugly. It is uncompromisingly modern, nestling among an expanse of sand dunes. It is around 10 minutes walk from Le Tuoquet centre, but the walk is along the promenade beside a huge sandy beach, lovely. The rooms are a good size, the hotel is very clean and staff are helpful & friendly. The hotel has a pool, you MUST wear a hat so pack one or buy one for 4 euros each from lifeguard. Breakfast is a buffet, with good choice but it was very busy although we went at different times each day. The dinner menu has a good choice and good wine list so we had a lovely meal one evening. There are also fabulous restaurants in the town so get out in the evenings
"Great location, shame that has to be reflected in the price"
4th September 2012, brugnonlover, Billericay, United Kingdom
To start with, judgement has to be based on the fact that this is rated as a 3 star hotel. Given that rating it is a perfectly good standard hotel. The sea view rooms had most things except air conditioning or mini bar. It did have a fridge and tea/coffee facilities which most 3 star wouldnt. The problem is the price - which, to be fair, reflects the fantastic location, right on the beach and dunes. That is what one is paying for. As long as you realise and appreciate that, and dont expect 4 star standards in everything, you wont be disappointed. For example, breakfast buffet was good by 3 star standards, not quite there for 4 star. And beware: check time is 4pm, not the normal 3pm. Oh - and the clientele are mostly 3 star as well - in that there are lots of young families. The restairant and bar are as pricey as the rooms. But its only a healthy walk into town and Le Touquet has lots of restaurants. If you can, take bikes - its very flat and a good way to get around.
"Disappointing stay this year!!!"
12th August 2012, Monifieth
Stayed in this hotel many times before but we were disappointed this year. Our room was supposed to be a superior one but compared to previous stays it was definitely not one of the best! Compared to other Novotels Le Touquet is always more expensive but we have always been happy to pay extra for the location and the lovely rooms. This year the room had fingerprints all over the balcony door and the wardrobe door. The balcony glass was also filthy, not the usual clean room at all - old style room for new style price....not good. Room service menu very limited compared with other Novotels but the food was good.
"Family beach break"
10th June 2012, SEVENOAKS
We stay in this hotel quite often as it is right on the beach and not far to walk into restaurants and shops but it is very tired, the rooms small and decor needs updating. The staff help you when they can be bothered, no English menu in the restaurant, very unusual for a Novotel and while the price reflects its position it doesn't reflect this old tired Novotel that needs updating.
"DO THEY WANT CUSTOMERS?"
5th June 2012, ManInSeat42, Stowmarket
Wonderful location, right on the superb Le Touquet beach, and resonably close to the town. Good car park (included in the price). Rooms are a bit worn. Service in the restaurant is very off-hand which is a pity since the food is OK.
1st June 2012, Saint Germain en Laye
A perfect location, but in serious need of an improved room ventilation. No airconditioning and very poor air circulation in the bedroom. Leaving the window open to cool the room defeats the otherwise quiet environment. Also if you plan to use the pool take your own swimming cap otherwise you get stung into having to buy one which for a family can be expensive.Parking is limited in the secure area and made less so by thoughtless owners who block two spaces because they are just too lazy to park between the lines correctly. Drinks on the terrace were indifferent but the view is spectacular.
"A weekend by the sea!"
13th May 2012, Margaret123324, London, United Kingdom
We have been many times to this hotel originally with our daughter either for a long weekend or as a stopover. There have been numerous improvements over the years and so it still offers a competitive package in a great location for both kids and adults. As a result while it is in no way cheap people keep on returning. While with the beach location it is always best when the weather is good, the indoor saltwater pool is a marvellous place to relax when it rains and blows as it does on the north coast of France.
"Excellent family hotel, also a spa with large sea water pool"
6th March 2012, Stephen H, Kenilworth, United Kingdom
Ideal position, right on the safe sandy beach. Large indoor pool. Thalassotherapy available if required.Friendly large restaurant. Good hotel services. Large family sized rooms where children stay free and have a free breakfast also.
"Great location right on the beech"
8th October 2011, Nottingha
This was our second stay at the Novotel Le Touquet, the first time, we picked a dune view room as it was cheaper, we regretted it once we arrived as we thought the sea view was worth paying extra for. This time we had the standard sea view room and loved it. We had a cot in the room as well as the sofa bed for our 3 year old and there wasn't much space left to move around.Breakfast was not included but there is a good selection of hot and cold food.Staff were welcoming, efficient and gave us a small toy for the children.
"Neds the sun!"
3rd September 2011, London
Lovely position and when the sun shines you feel in heaven. Room tired and basic (hurts when you are facing the car park rather than the sea!). TV v slow and fixtures and fittngs in bathroom in particular are of a poor quality. Restaurant a little expensive but food quality excellent. Drink price excessive, especially for kids drinks.Buffet amazing in the morning and staff generally very helpful. Pool is well looked after and poolside staff excellent.
"Not actually bad, but..."
15th August 2011, Colchester, United Kingdom
Rooms have no air con so dont drop below 27degrees celcius, even on a cloudy day, plus windows dont open so no ventilation. Bit of a walk into the center (~15 mins), but pleasant along the beach. Firealarm went off at night and seemed to confuse the staff, get yourself out as the hotel has no idea how to cope, no information from the staff on cause or indeed if it was safe to return to the rooms. All in all average for a hotel of its class, but far too expensive really for the tired fittings and decor of the hotel.