Best Western Hotel De Havelet
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Hotel De Havelet St Peter Port
I was very happy with my experience here. I had missed the ferry and needed an extra night in St Peter Port but didn't want to go back to the B&B where I had stayed. I ran into quite a few no vacancies until I got to Moore's Best Western where the very helpful desk clerk called numerous downtown hotels and then finally got me a room at their sister Hotel De Havelet. My room was very cozy and my dinner lovely. I was too tired to take advantage of the sauna. I found staff at both hotels to be exceptionally helpful and pleasant.
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