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81 L'hotel3 Star Hotel

8.3

81 Avenue De La Republique, 14800 Deauville

Guest review score

8.3 from 110 reviews

Travel back in time and discover the atmosphere of the beginning of the 20th century while enjoying modern comforts and technology, Normandy has always had large ports: Rouen, on the Seine, is the nearest navigable point to Paris, while Dieppe, Le Havre and Cherbourg have important transatlantic trade. Inland, it is overwhelmingly agricultural – a fertile belt of tranquil pastureland, where the chief interest for most visitors will be the groaning restaurant tables of regions such as the Pays d'Auge. Much of the seaside is a little overdeveloped; the last French emperor created, in the second half of the nineteenth century, a "Norman Riviera" around Trouville and Deauville, and an air of pretension still hangs about their elegant promenades. But more ancient harbours such as Honfleur and Barfleur remain visually irresistible, and there are numerous seaside villages with few crowds or affectations. The banks of the Seine, too, hold several delightful little communities. Ideally located close to the centre of Deauville, highly valued, a stone’s throw from the racecourse and the famous Promenade des Planches, Hotel 81 welcomes you in a design and elegant setting, Pages in section ‘Normandy’: Inland Normandy, Basse Normandie, Seine Maritime, Norman Riviera, Food, Travel details. DHTML Menu By Milonic JavaScript. Soak into the charm, and above all, the elegance and the timelessness of a rich townhouse, Normandy also boasts extraordinary Romanesque and Gothic architectural treasures, although only the much-restored capital, Rouen, retains a complete medieval centre. Elsewhere, the attractions are more often single buildings than entire towns. Most famous of all is the spectacular merveille on the island of Mont St-Michel, but there are also the monasteries at Jumièges and Caen; the cathedrals of Bayeux and Coutances; and Richard the Lionheart's castle above the Seine at Les Andelys. In addition, Bayeux has its vivid and astonishing tapestry, while among more recent creations are Monet's garden at Giverny and, at Le Havre, a fabulous collection of paintings by Dufy, Boudin, as well as other Impressionists. Furthermore, Normandy's vernacular architecture makes it well worth exploring inland – the back roads through the countryside are lined with splendid centuries-old half-timbered manor houses. It's remarkable how much has survived or been restored since the Allied landings in 1944 and the subsequent Battle of Normandy, which has its own legacy in a series of war museums, memorials and cemeteries. Located less than 2 hours from Paris, very much appreciated, Hotel 81 is the perfect choice for a refined break, Though now firmly incorporated into the French mainstream, the seaboard province of Normandy has a history of prosperous independence as one of the crucial powers of medieval Europe. Colonized by Scandinavian Vikings, which is or Norsemen, from the ninth century onwards, it in turn began to colonize during the eleventh and twelfth centuries, with military expeditions conquering not only England but as far afield as Sicily and areas of the Near East. Later, as part of France, it was instrumental in the settlement of Canada. All the rooms in Hotel 81 are decorated in a different way, To the French, at least, the essence of Normandy is its produce. This is the land of Camembert and Calvados, cider and seafood, and a butter- and cream-based cuisine with a proud disdain for most things nouvelle. Economically, however, the richness of the dairy pastures has been Normandy's downfall in recent years. EU milk quotas have liquidated many small farms, and stringent sanitary regulations have forced many small-scale traditional cheese factories to close. Parts of inland Normandy are now among the most depressed in the whole country, and in the forested areas to the south, where life has never been easy, things have not improved. Enjoy a unique stay in one of its luxurious rooms, When conjuring up exotic holiday locations, you're unlikely to light upon the north of France. Even among the French, the most enthusiastic tourists of their own country, it has few adherents. Largely flat Artois and Flanders include the most heavily industrialized parts of the country, these days hit by post-industrial depression, while across the wheat fields of the more sparsely populated regions of Picardy and Champagne a few drops of rain are all that is required for total gloom to descend. Coming from Britain it's likely, however, that you'll arrive and leave France via this region, and there are good reasons to stop within easy reach of Calais and the Channel Tunnel, even at Boulogne, by far the most appealing of the northern Channel ports. Just inland the delightful village of Cassel is a rare example of a Flemish hill settlement, while St-Omer is another strong contender in terms of charm and interest. Deauville and its surroundings offer a wide range of leisure activities, CAEN, capital and largest city of Basse Normandie, may well not be a place where you'll want to spend much time: in the months of fighting in 1944, it was devastated. Nonetheless, the city that nine hundred years ago was the favoured residence of William the Conqueror remains – in parts – impressive. If you want to stay in a Caen hotel, check this website., Its central feature is a ring of ramparts that no longer have a castle to protect, and, though there are the scattered spires and buttresses of two abbeys and eight old churches, roads and roundabouts fill the wide spaces where prewar houses stood. Approaches are along thunderous dual carriageways through industrial suburbs, now prospering once more following an influx of high-tech newcomers., A virtue has been made of the necessity of clearing away the rubble of Caen's medieval houses, which formerly pressed up against its ancient Château ramparts. The resulting open green space means that those walls are now fully visible for the first time in centuries. In turn, walking the circuit of the ramparts gives a good overview of the city, with a particularly fine prospect of the reconstructed fourteenth-century facade of the nearby church of St-Pierre. Some magnificent Renaissance stonework has survived intact at the church's east end., Within the castle walls, it's possible to visit the former Exchequer – which dates from shortly after the Norman conquest of England, and was the scene of a banquet thrown by Richard the Lionheart en route to the Crusades – and inspect a garden that has been replanted with the herbs and medicinal plants that were cultivated here during the Middle Ages. Also inside the precinct, though not in original structures, are two museums. Most visitors will probably prefer the Musée des Beaux-Arts, which is daily except Tues 9.30am–6pm; €3.81, free on Sun,, which traces a potted history of European art from Renaissance Italy through such Dutch masters as Brueghel the Younger up to grand portraits from eighteenth-century France in the upstairs galleries. Downstairs brings things up to date with some powerful twentieth-century art, though there are few big-name works. The other museum, the Musée de Normandie, which is daily except Tues 9.30am–6pm; €1.52, free on Sun,, provides a cursory overview of Norman history, ranging from archeological finds like stone tools from the region's megalithic period and glass jewellery from Gallo-Roman Rouen up to the impact of the Industrial Revolution., The Abbaye aux Hommes, at the west end of rue St-Pierre, was founded by William the Conqueror and designed to hold his tomb within the huge, austere Romanesque church of St-Étienne, which is daily 8.15am–noon & 2–7.30pm, free; 1hr 15min guided tours leave adjacent Hôtel de Ville daily 9.30am, 11am, 2.30pm & 4pm, €2, free on Sun, . However, his burial here, in 1087, was hopelessly undignified. The funeral procession first caught fire and was then held to ransom, as various factions squabbled over his rotting corpse for any spoils they could grab. A further interruption came when a man halted the service to object that the grave had been constructed without compensation on the site of his family house, and the assembled nobles had to pay him off before William could be laid to rest. During the Revolution the tomb was again ransacked, and it now holds a solitary thighbone rescued from the river. Still, the building itself is a wonderful Romanesque monument. Adjoining the church are the abbey buildings, designed during the eighteenth century and now housing the Hôtel de Ville.


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General hotel policies*

* policies applicable to particular rates/rooms prevail over general hotel policies

Check-in & check-out, currency

Check-in:   from 14:00  
Check-out:  08:00  to 12:00
Currency: EUR

Cancellation Policy

If cancelled up to 2 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled later or in case of no-show, the first night will be charged.

Deposit Policy

No deposit will be charged.

Meal Plan

Continental breakfast costs EUR 14 per person per night.
Breakfast costs EUR 10 per night per child under 12 years.

Children and Extra Bed Policy

All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for cots.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Maximum capacity of babycots in a room is 1.

Features

Please carefully read policies & conditions for charges

81 L'hotel is a 3 star hotel featuring 20 rooms in total

Services

  • Breakfast in the Room
  • Internet Services
  • Fax/Photocopying
  • Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN
  • Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Bar
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Garden
  • Elevator
  • Design Hotel
  • All Public and Private spaces non-smoking
  • Airconditioning

Parking

Private parking is possible on site (reservation is needed) and costs EUR 8 per day.

Internet

Wi-fi is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.

Pets

Pets are not allowed.

Area & travel information

Address

81 Avenue De La Republique
14800 Deauville

 

Places nearby...

Embouchure de la Touques : 1.2 km
Deauville : 1.2 km
Trouville : 1.2 km
Louvières : 1.2 km
Deauville-Trouville : 1.2 km
Touques : 2.1 km
La Touques Rivière : 2.1 km
Mont Canisy : 2.7 km
Saint-Arnoult : 2.7 km
Bénerville : 3.1 km
Touques : 3.3 km
Pointe du Heurt : 3.5 km
Grand Bec : 3.5 km
Hennequeville : 3.5 km
Bonneville : 4.1 km
Tourgeville : 4.6 km
Vauville : 4.9 km
Banc de Trouville : 5.1 km
Blonville : 5.4 km
Pointe de Villerville : 5.7 km
Englesqueville : 6.1 km
Les Perques de Villerville : 6.2 km
Canapville : 6.2 km
Villerville : 6.4 km
Saint-Pierre : 6.6 km
Villers : 7 km
Saint-Martin : 7.1 km
Pointe de la Capelle : 7.2 km
Cricquebœuf : 7.3 km
Criqueboeuf : 7.3 km
Les Ratelets : 7.6 km
Saint-Gâtien : 8 km
Banc du Ratier : 8.2 km
Glanville : 8.3 km
Forêt de Saint-Gâtien : 8.4 km
Barneville : 8.4 km
Chenal de Rouen : 8.5 km
Saint-Etienne-la Thilaye : 8.8 km
Saint-Étienne : 8.8 km
Beaumont : 8.8 km
Auberville : 9 km
Coudray : 9.3 km
Cabourg : 9.3 km
Saint-Vaast : 9.9 km
Reux : 9.9 km
Pont-l'Évêque : 10.2 km
Tourville : 10.2 km
Bourgeauville : 10.3 km
Équemauville : 10.3 km
Pennedepie : 10.3 km
Vasouy : 10.3 km
Branville : 10.5 km
La Bouillette : 10.6 km
Rade de la Carosse : 10.8 km
Digue du Ratier : 10.8 km
Gonneville : 11.4 km
Le Val de la Reine : 11.4 km
Heuland : 11.5 km
Fourneville : 11.6 km
Gambe d' Amfard : 11.7 km
Annebault : 12 km
Houlgate : 12.1 km
Beuzeval Point : 12.1 km
Pointe d' Houlgate : 12.1 km
Douville : 12.1 km
Digue Basse du Nord : 12.1 km
Surville : 12.2 km
La Calonne Rivière : 12.3 km
Calonne : 12.3 km
Embouchure de la Dives : 12.3 km
La Dive Rivière : 12.3 km
Dives : 12.3 km
La Dives Rivière : 12.3 km
Drubec : 12.3 km
Danestal : 12.7 km
Clarbec : 12.7 km
Le Theil : 12.8 km
Digue Charles Laroche : 13.1 km
Le Haut du Sud-Ouest : 13.2 km
Digue Ouest : 13.2 km
Le Haut de Quarante : 13.2 km
Honfleur : 13.3 km
Côte de Grâce : 13.3 km
La Croix Rouge : 13.3 km
Le Grand Placard : 13.3 km
Vieux-Bourg : 13.5 km
Le Vieux Bourg : 13.5 km
Grangues : 13.6 km
Gonneville : 13.6 km
Pierrefitte : 13.6 km
Saint-Hymer : 13.7 km
Bassin Théophile Ducrocq : 13.8 km
Digue Sud : 13.8 km
Valsemé : 13.9 km
Cresseveuille : 14.1 km
Banc de l' Éclat : 14.2 km
Saint-Julien : 14.2 km
Banc d' Amfard : 14.2 km
Angerville : 14.3 km
Estuaire de la Seine : 14.4 km
Morette : 14.4 km
La Morette Rivière : 14.4 km
Embouchure de la Seine : 14.4 km
Maritime d'Escale : 14.4 km
Gare Maritime : 14.4 km
Les Hauts de la Rade : 14.4 km
Manneville : 14.5 km
Bassin René Coty : 14.5 km
Saint-Benoit : 14.7 km
Saint-Benoît : 14.7 km
L'Eure : 14.9 km
Digue Nord : 14.9 km
Darse de l' Océan : 15 km
Dives : 15.1 km
Genneville : 15.2 km
La Rivière : 15.4 km
Saint-André : 15.8 km
Saint-Léger : 15.9 km
Sainte-Adresse : 15.9 km
Fort de Sainte-Adresse : 15.9 km
Petite Rade : 15.9 km
Le Perrey : 16 km
Périers : 16.2 km
Fort de Tourneville : 16.2 km
Beaufour : 16.2 km
Le Mesnil : 16.3 km
Bereult : 16.4 km
Les Authieux : 16.5 km
Le Havre : 16.5 km
Dozulé : 16.5 km
Quetteville : 16.6 km
Fierville : 16.6 km
Cité Chauvin : 16.8 km
Pointe du Hoc : 16.8 km
Pointe du Hoe : 16.8 km
Saint-Jouin : 17 km
Le Torquesne : 17 km
Cité des Champs Barets : 17.1 km
Ablon : 17.1 km
Cricqueville : 17.2 km
Graville : 17.3 km
Canal Central Maritime : 17.4 km
Grand Canal du Havre : 17.4 km
Brucourt : 17.4 km
Auvillars : 17.5 km
Bonnebosq : 17.5 km
Repentigny : 17.6 km
Manneville : 17.6 km
Le Fournet : 17.6 km
Les Alluvions : 17.7 km
Triage de Soquence : 17.8 km
Soquence : 17.8 km
Gare de Triage : 17.8 km
Ignauval : 17.8 km
Dollemard : 17.8 km
Cap de la Hève : 17.8 km
Druval : 17.8 km
Bléville : 17.9 km
Sanvic : 17.9 km
Le Breuil : 18 km
Harfleur : 18.3 km
Port de Harfleur : 18.3 km
La Lezarde Rivière : 18.3 km
Lézarde : 18.3 km
Gerrots : 18.3 km
Saint-Aubin : 18.3 km
Formentin : 18.4 km
Forêt de Montgeon : 18.6 km
Putot : 18.7 km
Fiquefleur-Équainville : 18.8 km
Rouelles : 19 km
Le Hôme-Varaville : 19.1 km
Le Hôme : 19.1 km
Fatouville : 19.4 km
Léaupartie : 19.5 km
La Roque : 19.5 km
Rumesnil : 19.6 km
Le Grand Hameau : 19.6 km
Gonfreville : 19.7 km
La Côte : 19.9 km
Goustranville : 20.2 km
Beuzeville : 20.2 km
Varaville : 20.2 km
Coquainvilliers : 20.4 km
Fontaine : 20.4 km
Blangy : 20.5 km
Saint-Léger : 20.5 km
Gournay-en-Caux : 20.6 km
Gournay : 20.6 km
La Vallée d'Oudalle : 20.7 km
Manerbe : 20.9 km
Grestain : 21.1 km
Carbec-Grestain : 21.1 km
Mont Courel : 21.1 km
Rogerville : 21.2 km
Petiville : 21.2 km
Grandouet : 21.3 km
Gonneville : 21.3 km
Montreuil : 21.3 km
Bonneville : 21.4 km

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