Normandy Hotels




At a Glance


  • cheap
  • convenient to train station


  • far from the beach
  • lacks character

Continental Review

Vintage daguerreotypes prove that this is one of Deauville's oldest establishments (opened 1866) and its once-picturesque building—shoehorned into a triangle plot and topped with an elegant mansard roof—was painted by Eugène Boudin himself; too bad that the famed Impressionist wouldn't appreciate the modern signs that now blemish the exterior, but inside renovations still create an inviting hotel: flowering plants, comfy new chairs, and snug but tranquil guest rooms make this a good bet, especially because it's close to the train station yet within easy walking distance of the town center. In pricey Deauville, this is a real find.

    Hotel Details

  • 42 rooms.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Closed mid-Nov.–mid-Dec.
Updated: 03-25-2013

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