Le Bon Port
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Bon Port Collioure
We stayed at Le Bon Port for two nights in September 2010. Our room was bright & clean, with a partial view of Collioure harbor. There is a nice continental breakfast (not included) served on the patio each morning, with the beautiful Mediterranean as a backdrop. The hotel is located a short walk from the town center, so there is easy access to shopping & restaurants. Parking is available behind the hotel. We were very pleased with our choice of this hotel.
There was a slight problem with our bill that I didn't notice until we got home. We had paid one night's stay in advance as a deposit. This was not deducted from our final bill. One quick email solved the issue. They were very prompt to respond, and refunded my money right away.
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