Hotel Restaurant du Pont Napoleon
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My husband and I really enjoyed our 2 night stay in this unique hotel on our cycling trip. It has lots of character and although our room was small'ish it was quite adequate, very clean and comfortable, good bed and reading lights and a really big tiled bathroom, with a bidet and shower/tub. It was very quiet as our room was on an interior courtyard. Rooms right on the bridge side could be noisy I would think as there is a lot of traffic on that road. Great location - close to everything. Pleasant staff and great breakfast for E8. Very nicely decorated and comfortable breakfast and lounge areas. Would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a very reasonably priced hotel. They also had a garage for our bikes. I think it was likely the best option in town.
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