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TravelPod Member ReviewsCampanile Lens
The room was nice and clean on arrival. The shower was good as well.
We had a meal in the restaurant which wasn't up to much. We had asked for our steaks to be well done but they were served up far from well done.
There was also no vegetables with the meal, it was just steak and chips. 14€ for the meal and 3€50 for a glass of coke.
As our French is limited, it would have been helpful to have an English menu available as our waiter did not speak any English at all.
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