Premiere Classe Poitiers Chasseneuil
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremiere Classe Poitiers Chasseneuil Chasseneuil-du-Poitou
Though only having 1 outlet in the room is less than satisfactory for two laptop users, especially when one of those laptops has no battery-life left to speak of. The hotel room is comfortable and clean, and there's free parking. However, you're not in the city, so don't expect to be able to walk out the door and have your pick of restaurants for dinner. Not a problem for us, as we're just passing through, but worth noting. However, the hotel is very well priced, with the cheapest breakfast I've seen anywhere in Burgundy or the Loire region.
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