Hotel Les Vallees

Address: 31, rue Paul Claudel, La Bresse, Lorraine, 88250, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 31, rue Paul Claudel, La Bresse.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Les Vallees La Bresse

    Reviewed by david_lille

    Nice place to relax and to enjoy

    Reviewed Jan 9, 2014
    by (1 review) Lille , France Flag of France

    Un super spa (Piscine 18m*8m, Hammam, Jacuzzi, Sauna...); jeux pour les enfants (ping pong, flipper, billard, baby foot)
    Restaurant avec service très agréable et sympathique et menu à petit prix pour le midi avec buffet
    Appartement très propre, bonne literie, salle de bain rénovée avec douche à l'italienne très agréable.
    Très calme, et bonne orientation (soleil dans la journée) face à un petit parc calme.
    L'hôtel étant en plein centre du village, les principaux commerces (Super U et boulangerie) sont accessible à pieds

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Les Vallees La Bresse

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