Hotel staff very pleasant and efficient. We were a bit disappointed by the disabled room- I had emailed to make sure it was a big bed, but it was a standard double bed, pushed up against the wall with reading light only on one side so felt it was a one person space. The person nearest the wall would have had to climb over the other person to go to loo in middle of night!
We turned the bed round so we could access each side, which meant no-one cold read in bed as light was on side wall. There was one chair and a small seat with a cushion. I have used disabled rooms in both Honfleur and Paris which have had normal bedding arrangements and huge wetrooms, so was expecting the same .. Bathroom was a good size, only problem was the shower part did not drain away so whole floor was wet. I noticed that this has been highlighted in previous comments from over a year ago. Restaurant on the evening was good BUT the snacks served mid afternoon via the bar were microwaved and awful.- a hot dog in a whole grain baguette that was rock hard and scalding mouth hot and a London muffin served in a cardboard sleeve I have had the same snack in the Honfleur Ibis which was served on a plate with a side salad
so why the difference? The swimming pool was smallish but easy to access.
Breakfast was good and plentiful.