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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Auberge de la Sagne Cabrerets
I love this place. It is very cozy and comfortable. The hotel is one of the Historic Hotels of America. In the 1800's the hotel was a general store. Later it passed through many hands and in 1978 would have been demolished if it had not instead been renovated and converted into the Riverwalk Vista. The hotel is beautifully decorated to remind you of the past. Our bed was comfy, everything in our room was clean and beautiful. Every day they had free breakfast in the common area, and cookies and wine in the afternoon. I enjoyed staying here so much that I would give it 5 stars despite the parking situation which, I guess because of the fact that this building is refurbished from the 1800's, is not so great. You have to park in a garage and walk to the hotel with your luggage. Other than that we had a wonderful stay.
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