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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Florence St-Quentin
The hotel room was very large with 2 separate sleeping areas as it was a family room. It was clean and although their was a car park it was a really tight squeeze. It took a while to figure out where to eat as lots of the restaurants seemed to have closed down - although if you wanted a kebab their was lots of takeaways!
Nothing wrong with the hotel but the area was very quiet.
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... people to speak English.
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