Hotel de l'Ocean
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
Photos of Hotel de l'Ocean
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel de l'Ocean Biarritz
Travel Blogs from Biarritz
... my work wants to come back to me today and funny enough I don't miss it at all. Though I was so loyal and thought it will be hard for me. I was observing those men in suits being busy with their computers at the airport and thought "no, I don't miss it at all". Thought if they would extend my contract, I would be sitting at the office now and not here at the most beautiful beach being bothered about anything :) kind of I feel I didn't loose here, maybe just they did. And still ...
... arena, not running through the streets). It made for some lively singing, dancing etc and continued through until Sunday night and even a few stragglers on Monday morning were trying to keep the party alive.
Biarritz is a stunning town heavily influenced by Spain but still having some amazing French Architecture and influences. Our apartment is right on the main beach in amongst the action which makes for a nice change after the seclusion of the last ...
... here. Don't you remember what happened at the Belem Tower in Portugal?" For those of you that don't know, when we were in Portugal a couple of years ago Video Girl single handedly destroyed the main cannon of the tower by sitting on it.
But this wasn't going to deter Battery Boy from sitting on one of the cannons after he asked Video Girl to do so. In a few days time it was going to be Battery Boy's birthday and he was going to have some fun. ...
... Biarritz, I took my first dip in the Atlantic ocean. I was really surprised that the water was as warm as it was....especially in late September. We found a little shore break and had a blast bodysurfing it. Rob with his "aussie"style bodysurfing and me with my "hawaiian" style. Regardless the style, we both caught waves and had a lot of fun. ...
... a famous chef from Zarautz. His restaurant was some ten minutes away but I could understand that he too needed to have somewhere away from the limelight and his work, so he too is a member here. Kintxo was busy preparing mayonnaise when he let out a scream in frustration.
'Que pasa' Karlos shouted across the kitchen. The mayo was not mixing and to Kintxo's delight (and slight embarassment for he is an expert normally at making up the mayonnaise) ...