Ibis Falaise Coeur de Normandie

Address: rue des Freres Michaut, Falaise, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14700, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on rue des Freres Michaut, Falaise, is near Château Guillaume le Conquérant.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Falaise Coeur de Normandie

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Falaise

          Beaches of Normandy

          A travel blog entry by sammcroghan on Nov 07, 2015

          1 comment, 8 photos

          ... the French flags. We learned later that Canadian regiments liberated Normandy and the surrounding areas. Clearly the French are still grateful. It was very touching.

          We visited the Juno Beach Centre. It's a Canadian owned and Canadian operated museum right on Juno Beach. The museum was very informative, and also played a pretty heart wrenching video when you are done. Once you exit the museum, there are remains ...

          William the Conqueror

          A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jun 18, 2015

          17 photos

          ... le Conquerant. 'Guillaume' in French means Willam so it is called the Castle of William the Conqueror. William was not always regarded as a royal and was originally known as William the ******* due to the fact that he was the illigetamite child of Duke Robert the Magnificent and a tanners daughter. Little did they know he would one day become the King of England.

          The Castle today is mostly ruins however it is still an impressive place to visit as the ...

          Oh the humanity of it all....

          A travel blog entry by melannie.allen on Feb 08, 2014

          1 photo

          ... name and, as those of you who've had it know, the flu is anything but impersonal. In fact, one gets to know the depths of ones self pretty well while laying in agony awaiting the death of those viscous viral pieces. Frankly, you really do explore the extremes of your mind at this point because you start to plot against the little monsters to hasten their death in any way possible. It's either you or them at this point-or so ...

          Road To Falaise - Taking Care of Business

          A travel blog entry by ehjelter on Apr 24, 2011

          3 comments, 34 photos

          ... site and museum at Mont-Ormel; spending some 'down' time at the cheese haven in the village of Camembert; searching about Vimoutiers for the last Tiger I tank still displayed on French soil; and, finally, steering the diminutive rental auto northwest for a return to my 'digs'.

          This was to be a full-day trip venture that would involve driving some 400 km with a starting point west of Carentan. It will take from dawn until post dusk and be a time for quality reflection. ...

          France - Day 10 (Normandy)

          A travel blog entry by mindingthegap on May 04, 2010

          4 photos

          Today we had pre-arranged day trips to attend. Trev and Ashleigh opted for a tour of the Normandy area looking at some world war two history, which included Omaha, Juno, Gold andSword beaches and the American and Canadian war cemeteries. They had a sumptuous 3 course lunch with three French wines at Ferme de la Ranconniere (an old fortified farm house) in Crepon.