Normandy Barriere

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

38 rue Jean Mermoz, Deauville, 14804, France

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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 21% more than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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A Plush Hotel for the Very Rich

by no1birdlady about Hotel Normandy Barriere in Deauville

We did NOT stay at this hotel in Deauville which is across from the English Channel and a boardwalk along the beach. Our guide took us by here and told us that it is where the rich and famous from all over the world come to stay. She said that it costs 500 Euros a night to stay here. This is a huge hotel that is over 2 blocks long. It's near the casino which is why a lot of people come here. This is also where the American Film Festival is held so a lot of American film stars have stayed here. This area is only 2 hours away from Paris by train so it's easy for the wealthy Parisians to come here for a holiday. It was interesting to watch people all dressed up in their designer clothes and fur coats coming and going from the casino and hotel.

See How the Rich and Famous Live in Deauville

by no1birdlady

On our guided tour, we visited Deauville which is on the English Channel. We walked along the promenade which has changing rooms printed with names of famous stars who have visited this place. Many have come for the American Film Festival. Others come for gambling. There is a huge casino here and it was fun watching the rich coming and going dressed in their designer clothes and fur coats. Some in our group went into the casino but we didn't think we were dressed well enough to do that. This is also where the expensive hotel Normandy Barriere is located which costs 500 euros a night. In the surrounding area there are fields with horses. Polo tournament are here in Oct. and there are also several race tracks as well as horse sales. Many wealthy Parisians come here on the train for holiday. It's only 2 hours away by train.

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Normandy/Caen/Mont st. Michel

by rickstahr

I'm bringing my 11 year old to London, Paris, and Normandy on school break. I'm looking for a good hotel close to the landing beaches in FEBRUARY! Any advice?

Re: Normandy/Caen/Mont st. Michel

by Roadquill

Landing beaches are spread out over 20? miles or so of the Normandie coast. Taking the road from Caen takes you to the Northern most point by the ferry port at Ouistreham (where the Canadians and Brits landed). From that point South is a meandering road down the coast that passes through many small towns. The average speed is probably only 20 MPH, so it takes a while. But there are many remnants of the invasion as you go along. There are also many small hotels along the way, but many close after the tourist season. We stayed in Crepon at Hotel Reconncerie (sp?) (but it is on my VT Normandie page) which is a great place to stay. It took us a full day to visit the American cemetary at Colville sur Mer (highly recommended, the tapestry at Bayeau and then down to Mt. San Michel and back to Caen. Good luck and have a great trip. Karl

Re: Normandy/Caen/Mont st. Michel

by winterson

Wow! Normandy in February-that's going to be nice and breezy. I like the resort seaside town of Deauville between Caen and Le Harve. They have a good five star hotel there called Normandy Barriere, a chateau style establishment near the beach. Its a bit expensive, but you may get a good deal in February through booking sites such as Hotel.com or Expedia (AROUND $300 PER NIGHT?). There are plenty of chaeper hotels in this town which has good shopping and restaurants. You will need a car to get to the landing beaches. If you want to go to Mont St. Michel, it will take you nearly two hours from Deauville, but you can actually stay on the Mont in one of their quaint hotels. It would be a thrill for your son! They have a website (www.ot-montsaintmichel.com) which can help you. It's a bit touristy, but worth a visit. While in the area, go and have some seafood in a town called Cancale (between Mont St. Michel and St Malo. Make sure you go down to the forshore and not the upper part of town for the best seafood. Rug up and have a great time.

Re: Normandy/Caen/Mont st. Michel

by ATLC

Before you visit the beaches, I reccomend a visit to Musee de la Paix in Caen. It explains much about the war and is a terrific museum (actually can be quite emotional). After the museum, you'll understand and feel even more when you visit the landing beaches.
Hotel Le Lion D'Or in Bayeux is wonderful. Really French. Many famous people stayed there.
All this info on my travel pages.
Have fun!

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 Normandy Barriere

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Address: 38 rue Jean Mermoz, Deauville, 14804, France