Residence Odalys Saint Loup

1, Avenue Des Soldats,Cap dAgde,France

  • Experience World-class Service at Residence Odalys Saint Loup

    The 2-storey Residence Club Saint Loup is situated on 4 hectares of naturally preserved green space with ponds and lakes, 800 metres from the harbour and beaches in Cap D'agde. Residence Saint Loup offers spacious studio, 2 or 3-room apartments that are well-equipped with modern en suite facilities including a complete kitchenette (fridge, microwave, electric hotplate) and a furnished terrace or balcony. WiFi is available throughout for a surcharge. At your disposal are an outdoor heated swimming pool (open from April to the end of October), a restaurant and bar, a children’s playground, a small supermarket and a closed private car park. Saint Loup also features a children’s activity club for children between 4 and 11 years age from mid-March to the end of August. Entertainment for teenagers from 12 to 15 years of age is also available during July and August.

    Amenities

    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Spa
    • Bar
    • Breakfast
    • Childcare Service
    • Lounge
  • reviews

    • A trip down memory lane

      4.0
      Reviewed 24 August 2019

      Ok, so Im writing this a year late, and actually it was August I went in 2018 not September but I couldnt write back that far. So this review is almost certainly skewed because this was my childhood holiday resort and as a result holds the most wonderful memories. Prior to this visit I had probably spent an accumulative 6 months there over the years. Now however was the return trip with my own wife and children. An added bonus was that my brother and parents both also came as a nostalgic surprise. I love this place. I love the pool, the smells, the shops, the layout, the closeness to the beach, the apartments and I love the fact the reception is the same too! I could live here but there is a big but. However much I love the apartments they do need a bit more of a refresh but most importantly, they really need to much much cooler. I couldnt get the air thing to work at all as was so old which meant that one had to be almost still when inside and had to keep blinds drawn during the day. Sort out the air conditioning urgently and Ill be back every year. Deal?! Ps I still love you, Saint Loup x

      James_P_Selby
    • Okay, just industrial and not near amenities

      3.0
      Reviewed 21 August 2017

      We spent a couple nights in Sete and booked this apartment. We were 2 adults and 2 children and this accommodation did have enough room, but lacked in so many ways. They are obviously accustomed to families in and out for extended stays. There service is lacking. We did have a fairly nice view which made a big difference. If I were going to Sete again, I think I would keep looking at other options.

      qsmamo
    • Renovation needed!

      3.0
      Reviewed 10 July 2017

      Although we've been here before 5 years ago, there hasn't changed anything... We were quite happy back then, but if you see the state of some of the smaller pools and some of the rooms, you might think otherwise now. Bugs all over the place, with holes and lots of opportunities for the insects to get inside the room. There was no airco or even a fan in the room, even though it was pretty hot outside. So all in all too hot to sleep. The small kitchen is ok and the bed (even if it's not very big) is quite alright. But if you stay here in top season, it's really not worth the price you pay for it. The big pool is nice and clean and the grounds are beautiful with loads of trees, plants and flowers, so no complaining there. The "restaurant" is ok, with normal menus and a good price/quality balance. It has a good supermarket, with bread every morning and all the things you might need on a holiday. Location is great since you're only a 15 minute walk from the town centre of Cap D'agde and a 10 minute walk from the beach. If you're staying here in May/June or the beginning of July, you might find it ok for the price you're paying. But the rest of the summerseason it is just too expensive. If they want to keep up, they will have to invest...

      Realdjfire
    • friendly, clean, spacious

      4.0
      Reviewed 30 April 2017

      The reception and the service personnel are friendly and helpful. Odalys is well situated near the beach. Of course, it is on the "Island of leisure" which means the amusement par and nightclubs run full blast late into the night. So if you don't plan on partaking in those activities and generating decibels yourself, if you do plan on sleeping before midnight, then perhaps you should go in off season before the activity peaks. We did go off season and enjoyed it very much.

      happy9710
    • Cheap and (relatively) cheerful.

      4.0
      Reviewed 28 September 2016

      My partner and I booked a two bed room for a deliberately cheap and cheerful week in the south of France. This fitted the bill exactly. Compared with certain places in the area this was probably the cheapest and definitely the closest to the part of Cap d'Agde we were visiting. After an extremely early flight, a bus, a tram, a train and then a taxi to the resort, we were ready to check in and flop out. Unfortunately, despite stating on our booking form that we would be arriving between 11am and midday, they said it wouldn't be possible to check in. In fact, despite going back every hour on the hour, it was 6pm when we finally got our key - a rather disappointing start. Also, there was a list of extras charges, some of which I had been expecting, some of which I hadn't. You have the tourist tax which is charged everywhere, then 12 for the towels, 16 for the sheets (yes, you have to rent your sheets), 20 for the Wifi, 40 for the TV and 56 for cleaning! It mounts up quickly! We didn't bother with the TV and initially said we would clean the room ourselves. However, it became apparent that by the time we'd bought everything we'd need to clean the room, and the fact it would have to be inspected, and check out was before 10am, we decided to pay the money and enjoy our last day instead of doing housework! Reception is competent but at the same time we never felt terribly welcome. Maybe it was a Brexit thing! The little resort, for what of a better word, is great. The pool was really lovely, the restaurant served a decent selection of food and is run by an absolutely charming guy who gave us a discount when we were too stuffed to finish the standard three course meal! Staff were smiley and happy. There's a small but very useful shop onsite selling everything you could need including incredibly cheap wine by the litre and, of course, baguettes! We had a ground floor apartment (no.66) which was perfectly appointed. Yes, it was a bit shabby in places - there was a bit of mold over the shower corner of the bath, and the paint on the loo ceiling had formed an enormous bubble - but really, it could all be overlooked for the size and the comfort. Once we'd made the bed with our newly-hired sheet and used the spare room to unpack, it started to look like home. It had a very well appointed kitchen including hob, microwave, coffee machine and even dishwasher, the bed was surprising comfortable despite the fact I thought I was initially going to flump straight through it, the shower over the bath gave a surprisingly good soaking, and the outside space was perfectly fine for us to chill out and eat baguettes. If you are basing your holiday on perfect accommodation then this is not the place for you! We were on a budget so this was perfect for us. We stayed at another hotel down the road earlier in the year for three days - it was more expensive for those three days than the whole week at St Loup, despite all the extras! We had a great week. If you turn right out of the resort, the beach is a ten minute walk and has some amazing beach bars (Mango's was just heaven!) and if you turn left out of the resort, then follow the signs you'll end up at the naturist resort exactly 15 minutes away. That would need a whole different review all by itself but if that's what you're there for and you can't afford to stay in the village itself (it's SOOOOO expensive!!), this is a great alternative! We travelled in from Montpelier airport, hence the planes, trains and automobiles we had to get, but Bezier is much closer. Unfortunately, St Loup only seems to have a Saturday to Saturday check in so Montpellier it had to be! A taxi all the way is around 130 (so double for a return) or you can get the airport shuttle and tram (around 1.50 for a combined ticket) followed by 9 each way on the train to Agde which took 30 minutes, then a taxi for just under 20. Much, much cheaper although yes, it did take a bit longer than a cab all the way, but so much more of an adventure! Would we go back? Yes. Despite the odd hiccup with checking in and the slightly tatty room, it was perfect for our needs and we would indeed go back. You really do get what you pay for and if you remember that, you won't go far wrong!

      pixietess

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