Best Western Hotel Hermitage
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- This town-centre hotel is housed in a grand 19th-century mansion built by Napoleon III
- Panoramic views from Montreuil's historic citadel are a 5-minute walk away
- The trendy restaurant offers "lovely presentation and generous flavourful dishes" (The Michelin Guide 2017)
- There's a bar and a fitness room
The Best Western Hotel Hermitage is set in the heart of Montreuil, a charming walled town known for its cobbled streets, colourful window boxes and historic architecture. The hotel occupies an imposing 19th-century property built by Napoleon III. It has an ornate redbrick façade and overlooks an elegant square with the medieval Abbatiale Saint-Saulve on its corner. Musée de France Roger Rodière, housed in a former citadel with panoramic views over the countryside, is a 5-minute walk away, and the village of La Madelaine-Sous-Montreuil takes about 20 minutes to reach on foot. Berck-sur-Mer seaside resort is a 25-minute drive away, while Calais is an hour by car from the hotel.
Hotel Hermitage has a grand entranceway and stately interiors, which include a lobby lounge with plush sofas and leather armchairs, and a wood-panelled bar. Exposed brick walls and funky lighting decorate the rustic-chic restaurant, and guests can work out in the fitness room, enjoy treatments in the on-site spa (fees may apply) and relax in the hotel garden.
Rooms feature warm décor in neutral tones with wood furnishings. All rooms have free Wi-Fi, a TV and a desk, as well as tea- and coffee-making facilities. Executive rooms add sitting areas.