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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Amboise
We had a "Superior Room". I don't know if we were given a special treat because I complained about our previous hotels only having twin beds instead of a double or if we were just lucky. Only some of our group had Superior Rooms, the rest had standard rooms.
The room has a separate bath room. toilet and living area. There is a very large TV, fridge, coffee making facilities and a desk. There is certainly plenty of room.
Our room looks over the swimming pool (alas, no topless sun bathers), tennis courts and table tennis area.
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