Ibis Biarritz Anglet Aeroport
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Biarritz Anglet Aeroport
Travel Blogs from Anglet
Martine drove us through the Pyrenées into Spain, this morning. We explored San Sebastián and then had tapas for lunch. It was fun to try out our Spanish. We found a great ice cream shop and also bought some souvenirs. From there, we went back into France and spent some time in Saint Jean de Luz. This town is famous because it is here that Louis XIV married Eugenie of Spain, forming the Peace Treaty of the Pyrenées. Lastly, we went to ...
... The town was buzzing with a surf competition, The Women's Roxy Pro, the surf wasn't great for the women but as professionals they were able to make it work so it was still pretty good to watch. The rest of our time was spent splurging on winter clothes for the ski season. With cheap outlet shops (similar to the ones in Torquay) we were able to purchase our ski gear and some other essentials for the coming European ...
... the evening. Showered & ready to go we eventually decided to walk back to the old town to eat at one of the recommended cafe/ restaurants only to find them so full, noisy & frantic that we opted for a place we could sit & be served. In retrospect it would have been wise to either eat at the hotel or across the road & save our energy rather than our money. However, we would have missed the changing face of the boulevard in ...
... fine restaurants and it has a nice beach and cute little river. Many of the imposing homes on the beach were built during the First World War. We stayed in the very modest Picollo Hotel. It cost 45 euros a night and a photo on the wall shows Martin Sheen with the nice Italian owner of the hotel. Some may know that Mr Sheen starred in that awful movie about the Camino walk that passes through this town. Actually, we walked a very small part of the Camino walk that is ...
... our ride only 12 minutes late and soon all the carriage "survivors" started chatting to each other. Most conversations were obviously novices like myself trying to sound out if their preparations and plans were realistic. Topics were generally about how long one was going to take, the weight of the rucksacks and when they had booked their flights back.
Although light and friendly conversation mostly, given we were all sitting in rows opposite each other, ...