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Hotel l'Entre 2 Mers

56 avenue Austin Conte, 33560 Carbon-Blanc, Bordeaux France
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Located in CARBON-BLANC, between BORDEAUX and ST-ANDRE DE CUBZAC, at the door of the Castles Capital and the vineyards of France/Bordeaux, at two steps of the Gironde estuary, the two stars L'Entre 2 Mers hotel, is the ideal place for a touristic or professional stay. The hotel offers 14 comfortable different rooms : single, double, twins and family. With conviviality and simplicity, Elie et Jeremy welcome you friendly in their family hostelry.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Breakfast available
Vending machine
Non-smoking hotel
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English, French, Spanish
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Edwina B wrote a review Oct 2017
1 contribution2 helpful votes
Would never stay in this hotel again. The room was basic & I mean basic. Stayed well clear of the shower, the bath was very old & the grouting was black around the edge. Lino on the floor look very worn. Not worth the 65 euros we paid.
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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springsteenisgod wrote a review May 2016
Huddersfield93 contributions92 helpful votes
We stayed here because of the favourable reviews but experienced the worst stay ever in an hotel. On arriving at 5.00pm we found the hotel front door locked and had to wake the person who handled check-in. On finding our room we thought 'ok, functional' but from here on in it went downhill fast. Room walls are paper thin - you can hear your fellow guests as they engage in their various functions. None of the landings are carpeted - every outside footstep reverberates through your room. Bedroom doors are not fitted with dampeners - they just slam shut. There are almighty great gaps under doors from which landing lights provide a light show - on/off all night as people arrive and leave We had a room at the back of the hotel - which is used as a main entrance - this has a security floodlight which lights up your bedroom as well, every-time it is engaged - which was often. We gave up trying to sleep at 5.30am due to the excessive noise problems this hotel has - an headed for the tunnel asap. A complete waste of 60 euros; we will avoid this hotel like the plague next time.
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Date of stay: April 2016
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from L_Entre_2_Mers, Gérant at Hotel l'Entre 2 Mers
Responded 13 Oct 2016
From your comments we assume that you have occupied the only room we have on the ground floor and is generally only issued to customers who can not use stairs or when the hotel is full that was probably the case. If you arrive at 5pm and if the door is closed that is that the receptionist was busy and not that he slept. He works close waiting for customers. Your bedroom is the only room on the ground floor, you could not hear people in their rooms. Moreover our establishment is a hewn stone building which ensures good insulation. As to the doors, they all have a bellhop. Indeed we are ranked 2 stars and it is an obligation for fire safety standards. Your room runs along the entrance to the hotel through the parking lot and actually there is a bright spot also mandatory for customer safety. The room has blinds and blackout curtains that allow, if the utiisent, not to be be disturbed by external light. You are right to want to avoid our hotel like the plague. The disease of calumny and the disease of malice are even worse. Thank you not to return. We would not want that guests who appreciate us, and fortunately we have, run a risk.
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Amagnire wrote a review Mar 2015
Ballynahinch, United Kingdom31 contributions10 helpful votes
I have stayed here several times with my family this over the past few years, its a small but nice hotel 2 min's drive from the main motorway around Bordeaux, the rooms are spotless and the beds are very comfortable, the hotel is very quiet at night, just the thing after a 9hr drive from Alicante. Check in is hassle free and the staff are great even with my attempts at butchering their language. Price wise it is great and very reasonable especially with a family needing two rooms
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Date of stay: July 2014
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Trip type: Traveled with family
caroline56160 wrote a review Feb 2012
Rugby, United Kingdom6 contributions7 helpful votes
We were travelling down to the south of France, and used this hotel as a stop over as it was just outside of Bordeaux and just off the motorway....I Usually stay in Etap type places, however this time there was not one where we needed to be. I would say this was comparable to an Etap on price and comfort, all be it the deco was a bit tired in places. The couple that ran it were very friendly and over all for a stop over it was fine. Just over the road from a supermarket to stock up for the next leg of the journey and a pizza resturant in walking distance. Breakfast was 7€ and probably a bit expensive, but they gave us two croissants each!!
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Date of stay: February 2012
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Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: ask for a room on the garden side
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PaulCC wrote a review Nov 2011
Doncaster53 contributions97 helpful votes
Its not a 5 star hotel and my rating is based upon similar in the price range. An excellent clean , proper sized double bed and room with tv and bathroom. Run by the owners it probably has 16 rooms, well furnished and clean. The host/owners I presume are hands on and it shows, they are very pleasant and speak a little English. We arrived knackered after a long drivew from Bordeaux, came off the motorway a couple of KM and hey presto..no reservation. The town of Carbon Blanc is small but still has a few facilities, we enjoyed a very good meal at the only bar/restaurent with a bottle of good wine about Euro25 each. This we can also reccomend. Cant remember the name... but theres only one ! Breakfast typical continetal affair ... fine. This small hotel is ideal for a restful nights sleep after a long drive and is idealy suited for transit stopover.
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Date of stay: October 2011
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Trip type: Traveled on business
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel l'Entre 2 Mers
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel l'Entre 2 Mers?
Nearby attractions include V and B Ste-Eulalie (1.1 km), Les Macarons de Tata (0.6 km), and Metropolis Bowling Laser (0.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel l'Entre 2 Mers?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and meeting rooms.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel l'Entre 2 Mers?
Guests can enjoy breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel l'Entre 2 Mers?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel l'Entre 2 Mers?
Conveniently located restaurants include La Table de Charbon-Blanc, Le Juliano, and Chez Le Brasseur Restaurant.
Is Hotel l'Entre 2 Mers located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Carbon-Blanc.
Are pets allowed at Hotel l'Entre 2 Mers?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel l'Entre 2 Mers?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel l'Entre 2 Mers?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Port of the Moon (7.9 km), Halle des Chartrons (7.5 km), and Maison cantonale (7.4 km).