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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Brice Nice
It took awhile to figure out where to park to check in. The front street was partially chained off and we needed to move the posts to make room for our car. The receptionist was friendly and informative. He explained where to park in the locked garage (20€) and several places to eat.
The room was very small and outdated but the bed was fairly comfortable.The evening was cool so we opened the windows and slept with the shutters closed. There was a small amount of traffic noise.
The biggest drawback was having only one outlet with a three plug extension cord. Being photographers it was difficult to recharge our camera batteries, lap tops and phones before leaving the next day.
Not the greatest place I have stayed but slightly below average.
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