No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Les Marronniers
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Les Marronniers La Bruguiere
Travel Blogs from La Bruguiere
... and the entire residence as a whole has two study rooms, a communal kitchen/common room in the basement, a laundry room, and some offices where the staff work. My roommate's name is Edwina: she's from NYC, NY, goes to BU, and is focusing on IR, like me.
The rest of the day was filled with settling in, unpacking, confirming our classes, getting a neighborhood tour, purchasing a "transports publics genevois" pass (which ...
... nice people. A group we had recently which comprised 5 families represented, only one didn't have maids and housekeepers, and various others helpers, around them the whole time in the home world. We haven't been spoken down too at all which is plus. A couple, who are our colleagues in Morzine, had the children who were staying openly referring to them as servants. My reaction to that sort of thing would probably have got me fired. Sometimes we feel that is in fact what ...
... be signing up for a temporary European cell phone. Fingers crossed that staying awake until 8pm tonight will take care of most of my jet lag...only 3 more hours until bedtime!
I'm looking forward to Thursday, and beginning the first of many long weekends, this one with my best friend. Meanwhile, I'll try to break out the black clothes and assimilate myself a little more into Swiss culture!
... victims group, as a first class public boarding school, and as a restaurant.
Today the hotel is owned by the Odin family and has been established as a restaurant since September 1994.
Mary Schillito died on 22 September 1938, due to an accident, one year after her divorce from Ernest Britt.
... the thermomix. The boys had lots of fun at the Verden "magic park. " on Easter Sunday. Our last day with nanny Jo was spent in Bremen. We looked around the beautiful town square ( with obligatory photos next to the musicians ) and the old town "Snoor". We had lunch in a tucked away French cafe and said farewell to Nanny Jo who left us to have a very fine time in Paris. A different event was the ...