Premiere Classe Dreux

Address: 40-46 Avenue Winston Churchill, Dreux, Centre, 28100, France | Hotel
 
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsPremiere Classe Dreux

      Reviewed by timvb007

      Aanvaardbaar als tussenstop (acceptable )

      Reviewed Jul 13, 2012
      by (1 review) , Belgium Flag of Belgium

      Wij kwamen hier toe na via internet gereserveerd te hebben, toegangspas ontvangen. 2 grote winkels in de buurt, een aldi en een dia. Gratis wifi en een beveiligde parking is positief, wel veel lawaai in de buurt, dat is negatiever.

      Arriving after reserving a room on the internet. We got a access card at the computer outside the hotel. Nearby, there are two bigger shops, aldi and dia. Positive is protected parkspace and the free wifi. Negative is the noise from cars and trains.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Premiere Classe Dreux

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