Excellent for families
We loved our stay at Sherwood. As a family of 6, finding hotels to accommodate all of us can be tricky. The 3 bedroom rooms here were very spacious and comfortable. The blackout curtains were excellent at keeping out the light when we needed a sleep after an overnight flight. Other reviewers have mentioned construction noise. There was construction going on while we were staying and we didn’t hear a thing in our room. The buffet breakfast was delicious and the staff very friendly and helpful. The location was great - an easy walk to war museum, Notre Dame etc. Convenient co-op/supermarket across the road. Highly recommend this hotel and we will definitely stay again.
Fantastic place to stay
Great hospitality with very friendly and helpful front office and housekeeping staff. Buffet breakfast was very good. Overall cleanliness of the room is second to none.
Another plus is proximity of vegetarian/vegan eateries. Would love to stay here again in future.
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