Located in Sarreguemines, Chambres d'Hotes La Canadienne offers a garden and a furnished terrace. You can enjoy the outdoor swimming pool and the hot tub, and Thai massages are also available, upon reservation. Offering a terrace, all of the rooms feature wooden floors, a seating area and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and DVD player. Each room also has a private bathroom with free toiletries, bathrobe and hairdryer. Breakfast with homemade, organic produce is included and served each morning in the dining room or in the comfort of your room. Every first Saturday of the month the owners can teach you how to make homemade jams, with an extra cost. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the B&B. Free private parking is also possible on site and Saarbrücken is 20 km from Chambres d'Hotes La Canadienne.
Pros: Breakfast was great, our room was extremely comfortable, and the owner was very accommodating with our late arrival and early departure times. We really appreciated the access to bikes to explore the nearby town and countryside, and enjoyed spending an afternoon relaxing by the pool! Overall a great, relaxing stay that was nearby family we were visiting in Woustviller. Looking forward to coming back the next time we visit family!
Cons: The room we were in could really have used a ledge around the shower so that water didn't spread across the floor when showering.
Pros: A confy & feel-at-home atmosphere, with very welcoming owners
The hotel is situated in Sarreguemines, 5 minutes to the Faience Museum and 15 minutes from the German border. Auberge Saint Walfrid features 11 fully-equipped rooms and a restaurant. The restaurant is closed on Mondays and Saturdays for lunch and all day on Sundays and reservation is needed.
Pros: Great rooms, outstanding food and a great wine list
Pros: Restaurant has a first class restaurant (Michelin star). Competent friendly reception, attractive room, comfortable bed, good continental breakfast, excellent dinner. Expensive but worth the price.
Pros: Lovely building and room.
Cons: We arrived on a Sunday and the restaurant was closed and so was everything else. We had to use the back door to go in and out. There was nowhere to get a drink. It was exceptionally hot weather and no air con. Just one small fan which did not cool the room. Breakfast was 15E. Not good value.
Pros: Everything about the hotel was excellent, from the staff, to the room, to the restaurant. As a one Michelin star restaurant you can expect it to be very expensive, and it was so. For one meal, it might be worth it. Everything else about the property was first class.
Cons: restaurant was too expensive
Pros: We had a very nice dinner at the one star restaurant, room was clean and comfortable, although the hotel is not that big it had an elevator which we also appreciated very much.
Cons: Hard to say anything negative
Pros: Astonishing value for money as a hotel. The room was huge, with a very substantial bathroom. Bathwater came out of a ceramic lion head! Really comfortable bed, lots of toiletries supplied, and a view over charming grounds. The restaurant is not cheap, but we had the "pick two dishes from the more expensive five-course menu" option, which came with all sorts of extras - amuse-bouche, intermediate delicacy ("cappuchino of lobster" - tiny but delicious) and "mignardises" with the coffee, all for €42, and all impeccably served. The service, indeed, was a piece of theatre in its own right; nothing was too much trouble and the emphasis was on quiet, efficient elegance, but with flair.
Cons: It was the best small hotel I have stayed in.
Pros: Everything very good. Especially the staff and the restaurant of course.
Pros: A really lovely place with great staff and an excellent restaurant. Well worth a mild diversion on the way back to Calais if you are driving in that location
Cons: There is nothing to dislike
Pros: Our favourite place to stay in northern France, because of its comfort and the excellent restaurant
Pros: The hotel's own restaurant was closed for its annual holiday, so we dined at the Brasserie owned by the hotel in the town centre. This served very good food at very economical prices.
A stay at Hôtel Union places you in the heart of Sarreguemines, within a 5-minute drive of Sarreguemines Museum and Saarland Therme. Free self parking is available onsite.
Cons: Lighting in the room
Pros: I was on a bike tour through the area and the hotel room was nice and close to the center. They also had a good area on the back patio to store my bike.
Pros: Everything you need in room.
Cons: Bit tatty. Chased me for payment afterwards, when had already paid through booking.com .... having said that apologised when I pointed out.
Cons: Dirty carpet with stains and badly maintained shower
Pros: Older building but rooms ok. Helpful hostess. Good location close to zentrum.
Cons: Wi-fi a bit iffy.
Pros: Staff simply nice and attentive to your requests (the Lady was very open to change my room when I've told her I had a better one last time.
Cons: breakfast is too late at 7:00. It would be good to have-it at 6:30.
Pros: Not very much. The room was quite large, but very basic- eg, no kettle and drink-making facility, and no hairdryer. It was acceptably clean if rather shabby. The car park was close by and free, although not at all secure. The waitress at breakfast was helpful, although I had to find her to ask for a second cup of coffee.
Cons: We did not appreciate our "welcome" by the young man at the reception desk, who was off-hand to the point of rudeness. When I later asked for his help with logging on to the hotel's wi-fi, his response was insultingly patronising.
Pros: Security, breakfast, cleanliness,
Cons: wi-fi, light for the office, little space in between bura
Pros: Very cheap and convenient when you want stay at the center of the city.
Cons: Facility is quit old. No light in the bathroom.
Pros: for how old the place was it was kept clean and tidy. You could tell they tried very hard.
Cons: totally outdated place, old, terrible beds, flimsy blankets, weird check in process. This is not the hotels' fault but they were not there to help: I had water coming through the ceiling into my room and there was no one from staff who I could reach. Luckily the person in the room above mine stopped the water and it stopped from dripping. Really bad.
With a stay at Brit Hotel Sarreguemines in Sarreguemines, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Parc Industriel Sud and Sarreguemines Museum. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Friendly efficient staff
Cons: There was just closed door between my room and next one. Somebody has been smoking a lot there (even if prohibited) so all this smell has came to my room. The receptionists hasn't taken any action to solve this problem even if I've claimed several time. I had to keep the the window opened for whole night.
Pros: Bed was OK, shower like Niagara Falls and hot. Good after a day cycling in bad weather. Staff was nice and helpful. OK for one night.
Cons: The sad appearance of the place, the at best mediocre cleanliness and in particular the smell. I don't know how this smell has developed but it was actually the worst smelling place I have ever been. Sort of slowly overcooked cabbage, maybe?
Pros: Friendly staff
Cons: It was very bad. The room was not very clean. No pillow cases on the yellow stained pillows. Terrible value for money.
Pros: Car park
Cons: Reception closed, had to ring a number for someone to unlock, restaurant closed on a Sunday (and other evenings according to other guests), no bar, breakfast was rather poor, had to wait ages to check out, hard to recommend
Cons: there were no working power sockets in the rooms cleaniness leaves a lot to be desired
Pros: The rooms are clean, bed okay, breakfast for the amount of €7,50 ok! Overall for the price its a good, clean accommodation for one, two days. If you expect luxury accommodation for this room rate you better think twice. pls note: not everybody in France speaks English