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Pierre & Vacances Residence Eguzki

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GreenLeaders Bronze level
Located right in the centre of town, near to the pedestrian area. Residence completely refurbished for summer 2010. Near the beach and opposite the Ducontenia Park.
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Property amenities
Wheelchair Access
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Multilingual Staff
Self-Serve Laundry
Room features
Air Conditioning
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Full view
91Great for walkers
Grade: 91 out of 100
166Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
26Attractionswithin 0.5 km
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Reviewed 28 Aug. 2018
Eventhouh the property is located across a nice parc, it is still very far from the beach, and on a hill, so if you are alone and have to bring your groceries or are tired after a long day, it is to avoid.Moreover, the price for one person is not worth it. If you are a Solo, just rent near the beach for the same price in Saint Jean de luz, there are a lot of rentals. You need to be aware that beds ar not made at your arrival, and especially the sofa bed that you have to open yourself and make the bed, so if you arrive late and you are tired, or if you have a back pain, better ask them to make the bed, but it will cost you 8 euros to make one bed! A lot of things are missing in this residence: not having the possibility to buy mineral water is a shame. If you like TV, you must be advised that the TV is very very small and when you are sitting on the sofa or in the bed, you can't see without long distance glasses!Also, if you like to read at night, the light are very low and you can't read easily. This property is for families, but there is ONLY ONE ELEVATOR FOR FOUR FLOORS, and the elevator may stop, so be careful to not go all together with heavy suitcases! I recommend to avoid taking the elevator on the weekend and the evenings...! Staff is nice but does not offer the services of a hotel. You will be on your own like in a rental apartment and have to pay for certain services or will not not get them at all!
Review collected in partnership with Pierre & Vacances Center Parcs
Date of stay: August 2018
Chris C
Horsham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 28 Jun. 2017
Pierre et vacance is now the third big company to own this conveniently situated holiday apartment property. But unless time and money is spent on the property pretty soon, I fear it may become Pierre et Vacant. It had a decent makeover in 2010, but since then it's getting to show it's age. The air conditioning did not work in our apartment, but it took over a week to change to another. Cleanliness is another issue as is the broken garage door. Cobwebs on the ceiling, mould on the ceiling and dog hairs ( in both apartments ) does not, in my opinion, reflect the £700 per week price in June. On the positive side, problems were solved by a very helpful manageress.. .
Date of stay: June 2017
Thank Chris C
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 21 Apr. 2017
We wanted to self - cater, with a bit of room to relax, and after much online research commencing with San Sebastian, then Hendaye, we settled for P&V thinking it sounded excellent value (which it was), albeit maybe 'a bit out of the action'. (It wasn't).
While ideally situated, with beautiful views for those travelling by car (rather than arriving by TGV from Paris, via Bordeaux as we were), on exiting the station and orientating ourselves we saw that while the case trundle would only be about 1.5km, normally a bit of a doddle, it was pretty much up hill from halfway so we opted for a taxi, Euro 13 for the 2 of us plus cases and back packs. Good decision! From then on though, we walked everywhere (including downhill, back to the station with luggage) which was fine.
Our room was large, the resort was a huge gated community next to a very popular golf course with obviously a lot of private apartment ownership, and everything looked nicely cared for. The facilities were very good, and the only downer (for me, not so much my wife) was that the acoustics in our ground floor room bothered me at night. I spent hours one night listening to later arrivals in the unit above moving chairs, opening and closing cupboards etc etc. We have found a similar issue in some of our other recent Euro stays, but this was most pronounced. But once they settled above, I did too and the bed was very comfortable.
We had almost no interaction with the staff after officially checking in the morning after our mid afternoon arrival (we had pre-paid), where we were lucky that a groundsman wandered by as we were attempting to get a code to open the locked box in which we hoped our door key and any instructions would be. (They were). He took over the phone call to sort it for us. Plain sailing from then on, but it would have been nice to have received an email with advice that Reception would be closed, and providing the code, beforehand.
We loved the St Jean de Luz - Ciboure conurbation, and transport via bus and Topo (the local urban train system operating from Hendaye) to San Sebastian and where ever, was easy. A full day in S Sb was enough, and our only disappointment was that we couldn't bus and rack rail it up the impressive la Rhune (end of the Pyrenees, where we have previously walked extensively) due to reduced transport just pre - Easter. For us, we thought that C - St J de L was the prettiest of locations, and it all worked well for us :-)
Date of stay: April 2017
Thank growingold_never13
Reviewed 11 Oct. 2016
Absolutely everything you require for self catering,excellent kitchen,air con or heating,bed settee very comfortable...has a bath and shower ,ideally located within walking distance of everything..reception extremely helpful,will always book here every time ....
Date of stay: October 2016
Thank baronessbrown
Thouars, France
Reviewed 27 Jan. 2016
the comfort of the beds was not great but, overall, we enjoyed our stay.
in the future, if we travel in the area, we'll definitely stay here.
we also loved the location in report with town's points of interest
Review collected in partnership with Pierre & Vacances Center Parcs
Date of stay: January 2016
Thank 119mariusr
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"The more expensive two room apartments are quieter, but have no view to speak of."
28 Jun. 2017
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"Look for a unit with no other above. Would be wheel chair friendly if you were arriving by car, with help."
21 Apr. 2017
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"All rooms have balconies"
11 Oct. 2016
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"our apartment was clean and spacious"
24 Jun. 2015
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USD 63 - USD 108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Residence Maeva
FranceNouvelle-AquitainePyrenees-AtlantiquesBasque CountrySaint-Jean-de-Luz
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