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Visited hotelF1 for a 1 night stay in November whilst visiting Calais. It's in a great location situated just 5 mins drive from the Euro Tunnel terminal and Cite Europe shopping centre.
Hotel has secure parking with a closed gate during the night. Getting into...More
I've stayed at a number of the cheaper brand hotels in France when on 1-night stays, and F1 is the most basic, and also the cheapest. The room had a double bed, with a single bunk over, a small wash basin, and a desk corner...More
Stayed overnight with a friend on a motorcycle tour of Northern France.
Exactly as expected for the price and better than camping.
The bed was comfortable enough, tv worked fine and even had English channels.
Toilets and showers are shared and a few steps away...More
Well checkin was with google translator, as lady could not speak English, and my French was just the pleasuranties. Could not fathom out why we did not have a key to our room, until google told us we had to input an access code. The...More
We stayed here after arriving late in the night from Folkstone on the Eurotunnel. It is roughly 10 mins from the terminal. We picked this place purely on cost and F1 being a known brand.
The room was actually OK, much better than expected. But...More
I don't think so as it is all automated (you get a PIN code to enter which gives you your room ticket, and then that gives you the access code to get into the accommodation. Though there was a security guard on patrol when... More
I don't think so as it is all automated (you get a PIN code to enter which gives you your room ticket, and then that gives you the access code to get into the accommodation. Though there was a security guard on patrol when we arrived, and once we'd got our access codes etc he did open the doors for us as it was blowing a horrendous gale and we had a few youngsters with us.