Colorful, well-appointed rooms display charm and designer chic at the “Hotel of the Red Hat,” a Best Western–branded property where the pleasant surroundings are complemented by the fine fare at William Frachot‘s on-site restaurant. Renowned for classic cuisine laced with inventive counterpoints, the eponymous eatery (closed Sunday and Monday) serves in dishes like plaice with caramelized endive and roasted pigeon in a beetroot and lychee sauce.
Sep 20, 2001
Chapeau Rouge is an excellent hotel in all counts. It is reasonably priced, well manicured, and the staff helpful. The restaurant is not-to-be-missed. The location could not be better. My only complaint is that our hallway smelled awful, like a mildew, urine smell. It was terrible. I also like a little better quality amenities-we received only 2 little soaps that weren't replensihed each day, a shower cap and some combo bath/shampoo gel. Lotion, and
regular shampoo would be nice. Since all the rooms have jacuzzi tubs, I don't understand why they don't supply a nice amenity to go with that, as well.