Le Club Mougins

Address: 199, Chemin du Val Fleuri, Mougins, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 06250, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 199, Chemin du Val Fleuri, Mougins, is near Musee International de la Parfumerie, Royal Mougins Golf Club, Museum of Photography, and Musee de la Mer.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Club Mougins

    Reviewed by toscana-per-te

    Good, but not great

    Reviewed Dec 14, 2015
    by (6 reviews) Kirton in Lindsey , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    The hotel is fine, very well maintained, with very well appointed apartments. My major gripe is the arrival time of 16:00, the latest I've known anywhere. We arrived a few hours early, but noted on our booking confirmation that for a fee, we could have early check-in. This was a lie. When we enquired, we were told it was impossible, then promptly given a typical French shoulder shrug to boot. This left us with two tired and hungry children to keep occupied for 4 hours, until our apartment in a largely empty hotel was readied. Great customer service! The receptionist who finally let us in was very professional, and very good with the kids, perhaps the other staff could learn from her!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Le Club Mougins

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