Welcome to Hotel Saint Jacques, your Sorede “home away from home.” Hotel Saint Jacques aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Close to some of Sorede's most popular landmarks, such as Eglise Sant Ferriol de la Pava (1.6 mi) and Eglise Saint Martin (2.7 mi), Hotel Saint Jacques is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Hotel Saint Jacques provide a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
You can also enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant while staying at Hotel Saint Jacques. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hotel Saint Jacques.
Sorede has plenty of Mediterranean restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like La Salamandre and Restaurant Ma Maison, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for something to do, ESAT LEs Micocouliers (0.2 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Hotel Saint Jacques.
Hotel Saint Jacques puts the best of Sorede at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Clean hotel friendly staff view of the mountains No tea coffee making in our room which was a shame. There is a coffee machine by the front door which you pay for but get half a cup or don’t work but still takes your money Swimming pool area was nice. Pool very very cold (September) Breakfast unless you were down very early there was not much left ( bread pastries milk etc)
We found the owners to be friendly and helpful. Language was no problem. The evening meals were fantastic Catalan food. Breakfast was a choice from an extensive buffet. No evening meal on Sunday as the owners have a family meal but there are other places to eat. Rooms were clean and tidy and with good views. Swimming pool was a welcome addition to the stay. A great stay if you want mountains and the coast.
We were having a uncle's 80th birthday party who lives in Sorede ten minutes walk from the hotel. Two months before, I drove from my home in Spain to the hotel to book three rooms for two nights and was asked to pay the total cost which I did. I week before the party, the owner called me in Spain to say they had double booked and would I go to France to collect my money back! It took me begging them to help me find a replacement and a heated visit from my uncle, before they came up with an alternative which is some forty minute walk from the party venue. Not ideal and when I confirmed the rooms booked and paid for at the new place they pointed out each room would be 6 euros per night more - to pay on arrival. There has been no comment from the St Jacques despite accepting: their fault, having my money for over two months and unhelpful attitude - and no chance they will cover the additional 36 euros. Very unprofessional and despite them offering heartfelt apologies not much likelihood of me accepting them.…
lovely and helpfull family hotel. it may only be a 2 star hotel but great value with nice swimming pool and 150 metres from the square which has the best pizeria youll ever have (outdoor seating only) Olivia the best piza maker (Hope he's better soon) a great little town bar with good food and great staff (do not expect buzzing night life just great relasxing drinks. the hotel is in a very peaceful area and lovely area with great weather, we have now holidayd in sorede and laroque for the past 12 years
This hotel is good value for the money as long as you keep in mind several elements, which, given the price of its rooms, are totally understandable. The rooms with a view of the pool also have a view of the local activities center (with mountains in the background). During the summer things can get quite noisy there as kids hang out and talk loudly. This in the midst of so much silence can grate and wake you up on summer nights with the windows open. The alternative are the rooms with a view of the sea (quite distant, to be sure). The wifi is in the commons room, but reaches some of the other rooms and is free. The commons room has a commons computer, but expect to find some teenage nerd monopolizing it for games. There is no air-con in the rooms so be ready for a bit of discomfort in the hottest season, although the layout of the room and balcony insures a decent breeze, and anyway, why would you want to close yourself in from nature in such a beautiful place? The bathrooms are poky, but quite adequate. The shower is good with attachments for the showerhead, which are not always available in some hotels in France. There are plenty of towels, but bring your own soap and shampoo if you're staying for more than one night. The car park is rather small and it would be advisable to get there early if you want to assure a (decent) parking space. One of the highlights of the hotel are its friendly and helpful staff. They speak English even though when we were there all of the other clients were French. The other guests we saw were older couples and families. The beds were comfortable and clean. The security system included codes for access to the room areas. TV was French and very limited (no premium channels). Right in town there are about three places to eat at: one modest restaurant, one more upscale and one a creperie. The hotel offers reasonably priced and simple meals. The location of the hotel is ideal for excursions to the seaside resorts (Colliure, Banyuls, etc.), which is good since the swimming pool at the hotel itself is nothing to write home about.…