Good and bad....
We spent seven nights here. Had superior room which quite spacious,with kettle etc,safe,nice bathroom and separate loo. Only downside was bed. I was fine but wife uncomfortable. She normally sleeps like a log but mattress probably needed replacing.
There WAS aircon in our room but couldn't control it and it got a bit chilly. Our room,like all the superior ones,overlooked the street. I don't like noise but never found it a problem ,whether windows open or closed.
Location EXCELLENT,c. 5 minutes walk from the beautiful old town and c. 10 from the port.
We dined here first night but Menu pretty limited. Meal ok but lacked fresh veg. We dined in the outdoor patio area,which was fine. Also a perfectly nice inside dining room.
Breakfast was pretty varied,including bacon,scrambled eggs,sausages,fruit salad,cereals,cheese,cold meats,breads,croissants etc. Real coffee too,via a bean to cup machine. Staff sometimes overwhelmed by number of guests arriving and more staff would help.
We did,however,find all staff very pleasant and willing.
The only BIG downside occurred at breakfast time on Saturday and Sunday mornings. On each occasion a different middle aged man arrived at breakfast with a different woman,both of whom could only be described as ladies of the night. very tartily dressed. One "lady" had a man's private parts tattooed on the nape of her neck. Both had skirts barely covering their privates and extremely high heels. In other words,cheap tarts.
This is really NOT what you'd expect in a four star family hotel which also caters for many pensioners.
Strangely enough,on our way home we stayed in Paris at the Hotel Hor but the only (w)hor(es)we saw were at the hotel in Vannes.
Sorry,management,but you need to be far more vigilant,unless you're happy to run a hotel for whores. less