BEST WESTERN Hotel Colbert
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Hotel Colbert St-Jean-de-Luz
Very central, clean, you can park free all week at the P station behind the railway station which is over the road, tricky to find the entrance but once there you have a short underpass to the centre of town - otherwise parking nearly outside is free from 7.30pm- 9am The room has a jug and Nescafe and Earl Grey satchels, the bed is really comfortable!! The room is small but we have 2 doors which can be opened and closed if the noise is too much. Central food market is 2 mins away - staff all friendly - we stayed 2 nights at 95euro didn't include breakfast.WiFi really good, free and 2 devices.
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