How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TravelPod Member ReviewsWelcome Hotel Dunkerque
The hotel is OK and the staff are friendly. It is in the middle of town and is well signposted. Not a great hotel but clean and only for a few days as there is little storage so you live out of your suitcase.
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Travel Blogs from Dunkerque
Up and on to Dunkerque. We parked up at the marina to head for a coffee and a wander. It was very cold and windy so not the most pleasant stroll but we were sure it would be warmed with a cuppa soon. We tried Le Tabac first as it had chairs outside and as I went in to order, discovered it was full (literally all 15ish clientele) of drunks (it is just after 9am at this point). So Jon motioned from outside for us to leave. We then tried the Brasserie... drunks! Third ...
... as there were some very noisy Belgium motorhomers. We managed to stay and then went along to La Coupole, an awful reminder of WW2. Back to Le Hourdel and have spent today observing seals on numerous occasions, intermittent rain and sunshine, a very restful ...
... settled it,.. and it was onto the bikes. The coastline here is wall to wall holiday apartments,.. talk about a concrete jungle. Really wide beaches,.. really wide promenades along the beach,.. and absolutely no grass or trees! We rode along the promenade,.. for a couple of kilometres, then back again. We both felt a little 'stodgy',.. not having been on the bikes for a few days, and having been cooped up a little with the on again-off again rain we have had over the past week or ...
... home is a converted warehouse and one of a kind. The interior is modern and very spacious, spanning a half a block. It even includes an enclosed garden and indoor swimming pool. The next morning John and Nina took us for a walking tour of the old center which brought back fond memories. I spend many hours strolling these streets with my opa and oma. We hopped on Lucy around 3 PM and headed to south Holland to Ryen to ...
... had to stay in the carriage.
Half an hour later we were in France and now driving on the right hand side of the road.
We arrived at Dunkirk and found it very interesting driving around with limited street signs and a useless map given to us by information centre. Found the supermarket and stocked.Finally found our campsite - bacon and eggs for dinner and bed at 10pm.