Hotel Le Monarque

Address: 61 rue Porte Chartraine, Blois, Loire Valley, Centre, 41000, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 61 rue Porte Chartraine, Blois, is near Chateau de Blois, Chateau royal de Blois, and Chateau de Fougeres.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Le Monarque Blois

    Reviewed by explorethewrld

    Do not book this hotel

    Reviewed Sep 20, 2014
    by (38 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

    Very small rooms, the double bed could not fit in the room let alone our luggage. The street light was shining in our window all evening we had to wear blinders to get some sleep.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by scotty1957

    Good, clean hotel but..

    Reviewed May 8, 2013
    by (8 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Hotel Le Monarque is a good hotel except for two areas. Firstly the WiFi does not reach many of the rooms. Saw a few guests sitting in or near the lobby using their computers where they had access. Secondly, the bicycle storage area was not secure. It is an open area at the side of the hotel. The gates are shut at 10 pm. Also the bikes are out in the open without shelter.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Le Monarque Blois

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Blois

    Tours and Villandry, Impromptu

    A travel blog entry by wareameye on Oct 09, 2015

    33 photos

    ... an entire meal, and dinner isn't too much later!

    One group member sensibly begs off dinner, but the rest of us soldier on - forcing ourselves to enjoy the following menu: Entree: Red mujllet fillet with crispy skin, beans with chorizo bellota sauce. Main: Saddle & Sweetbread of lamb with scallions and potatoes, anchoiade dip. Dessert: Rose macaroon with red fruits, figs and mirabelle plums, honey and thyme sorbet. Such torture! :-)

    In the Footsteps of Leonardo da Vinci

    A travel blog entry by wareameye on Oct 08, 2015

    40 photos

    ... visited the castle many times, and even organized celebrations of special events here. In his will he specified that he wanted to be buried in a chapel on these grounds, and it is easy to understand this desire given the beautiful views of the Loire Valley from this promontory.

    After our tour of the Castle we return to the hotel and have a look at the spacious rooms occupied by ...

    Living Like Kings

    A travel blog entry by wareameye on Oct 07, 2015

    15 photos

    ... with truffled artichokes, spinach, sauce with Touraine saffron. Dessert: Green apple & Carambar candy, King of the Pippins candied with ginger. With the dessert come a plate of bite-sized cream puffs, chocolate mounds, and a drink made with fresh strawberries.

    Everyone is delighted with the chateau, and from the first moment we can tell we are going to be great friends as we "tastefully" eat and drink our way through the Loire Valley!

    Blois - Loire Valley

    A travel blog entry by ivrb on Jun 25, 2015

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... little cottage is in the grounds of a beautiful home built in 1842 and is owned by an orthopaedic surgeon and his physiotherapist wife who specialises in orthopaedic physio and they work at the same 'clinic'! Nice!!. The location of their home is perfect. Close to town, to the railway station and to the supermarket, and with a lovely view over Blois. As soon as we had completed the formalities we hit the supermarket ...

    More Châteaux

    A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Jul 04, 2014

    33 photos

    Thankfully this morning started off a bit cooler, and we even had a bit of drizzle to start with. Charlie and I had not yet had our fill of châteaux, so we went off to the supremely graceful Château de Cheverny, thought by many to be the most perfectly proportioned château of all. Constructed between 1625-34, and built from gleaming stone from nearby quarries, it is one of the few châteaux whose original architecture has survived the centuries practically unchanged. The interior ...