Comfort Hotel Evreux (Evreux)
Comfort Hotel Evreux

country: France, city: Evreux (Central)

Comfort Hotel Evreux Comfort Hotel EvreuxSituated on the road of Normandy and Brittany beaches, the Comfort Hotel of Evreux is an ideal location to combine business and leisure. The hotel provides 40 colourful guest rooms that are entirely decorated to create a calm and relaxed atmosphere that makes your stay pleasant. Rooms for guests with disabilities are also readily available.
The onsite restaurant will offer you a traditional and regional cooking, adapted for your business and family meal. Whether you want a quick snack, a buffet for a special occasion or a sportsman's meal, the chef will be happy to comply. The Comfort Hotel also boasts 2 meeting rooms for your business conferences, banquets and other private events.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Banquet facilities
Conference facilities
Disabled facilities
Faxing facilities
Parking facilities
Cable / Satellite TV
Internet access
Modem/data port connection
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Tea and coffee making facilities

Extra Information:
Distance to Rouen-Boos airport:|45 km
Distance to train station:|7 km

Zi Netreville
93 Rue De Rome Evreux

International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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