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Camping Sequoia Parc
Sequoia Parc
Saint Just Luzac
Poitou-Charentes   (Browse area)
Tel: +33 0546855555
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Pitches: 640
Open: 11/05/2021 to 01/09/2021
           11/05/2022 to 01/09/2022

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 20 Reviews
                8/10 from 20 Reviews

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Who's it for
 Families Welcome   Not Members Only   No Rallies   Not Naturist Site 
 Dogs Welcome   No Dogs Allowed   Groups Welcome 
 Toilet Facilities   Hot Showers   Washing Up   No Bathroom 
 Baby Changing Facilities   Laundry On Site   Drinking Water   Disabled Friendly 
 Chemical Disposal   No Battery Charging   No Gas Exchange   Recycling Facilities 
 No Kitchen Facilities   Freezer / Fridge    Motorhome Point   Wifi Access 
 Shop On Site   Bar On Site   Restaurant or Cafe or Takeaway On Site 
 Kids Playground   No TV Room   Games Room   Evening Entertainment 
 Fishing <10 miles   No Wild Swimming   Indoor Pool On Site   Outdoor Pool On Site 
 Horse Riding On Site   Cycle Hire On Site   No Golf   Tennis On Site 
 Beach <5 miles   Watersports <10 miles   Boat Launch / Mooring <10 miles 
Other Features
 No Sea Views   Not Working Farm   No Campfires Allowed 
 No Waterside Pitches   Public Transport <5 miles  No Dog Walk 

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Date of Visit: July 2018 Unit:  Motorhome
Reviewer: Raymond Caplen 2 reviews from this member

 This site has excellent poolside facilities.

Large bar & restaurant areas that caters mainly for families with children under 10.

Wi-fi costs 3 euros for 1 hour.

Onsite shop with reasonable prices.

Take away Pizzas that are very nice unless the kitchen is busy, we ythen got under cooked soggy Pizzas so plan your visits to avoid peak times.

Indoor pool is expensive 15-18 euros for 3 hours.

Indoor gym basic & is not air conditioned so very uncomfortable.

Pitches are a good size & sectioned off with high bushes.

Lots of mosquitoes as the Parc is in a natural conservation area.

The Parc brochure stated that you can easily reach the Bicycle trails which is misleading, they start at Marennes & are about 5 km away via a busy road with fast moving traffic.

Marennes is the nearest town with a couple of large supermarkets.

We needed to hire a car as my sons locked bicycle was stolen overnight from the campsite by thieves who used hydraulic cable cutters to cut the two locks attached to the motor-home bike rack. I found the Parc management were not capable or not interested in dealing with my complaint about the Parc security in a professional manner. Although the Parc perimeter is fenced off I questioned why there was a low gate about 1. 5 metres high at the dustbin area that the thieves could easily use to get away, all the manageress could say that the Parc rules state that they are not liable for any stolen items & that I would have to claim against my insurance. I also asked for the Parc owners e-mail as they live in the Chateau on site but this was refused.

L'eclerc supermarket car hire is unbelievably cheap at 4 euros per day + 0. 12 cents per km but you have to reserve in advance. 

Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Reviewer: Dawn Rich 1 review from this member

 On paper this is a beautiful site and as you arrive you will be pleased but that is where it ends, as soon as you leave your vehicle you will be mercilessly attacked by mosquitoes.

This is because the site is immediately surrounded by thousands of square metres of stagnant water pools (I forget the purpose) and the mosquitoes hover above in vast clouds.

This is quite a leafy site and when we arrived we were shown to a far too small pitch for our outfit with an enormous tree bang in the middle, after much faffing about, they reluctantly found us another pitch which again looked lovely until you stepped out of you vehicle, and were repeatedly bitten within seconds.

Sitting outside in the sun or making friends with new neighbours is nearly impossible, I forget how many times we or our fellow neighbours shouted, 'close the zip, close the zip' every time anyone went in or out.

If you like to live inside your awning or caravan with the doors closed this is great, but if you like to be outside (as most of us do) this is not a site to visit.

And sadly, no amount of repellent will stave off the millions of mosquitoes about, people were like the walking wounded with dozens and dozens of inflamed bites covering limbs, faces etc.

However, pool is great and very large, yes you do have to queue outside from 9:30 to get a sunbed, once 'bagged' you'll need to leave someone 'on-guard' all day, and people do hover around you if it looks like your moving on - it was all a bit stressful really.

Drinks from the bars and snacks are expensive, but there are no alternatives so you pay or you don't have it - simple as that.

Showers were acceptable, but sadly quite tired and grubby in places, and no hand soap, so few people washed their hands afterwards - not nice.

Farm Park animal area was lovely until we saw one of the ducks being attacked by the others (it was quite gruesome in truth) when discussed with reception (they were actually asked by many families to remove the poor thing and put it out of its misery) the staff said 'this is nature' - awful for children to see (and grown ups if I'm honest)

So, all in all, despite our very much looking forward to visiting this site we were bitterly disappointed and had this been the only site of our trip we would have been incredibly let down to say the least. 

Date of Visit: August 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Reviewer: Morgankaz77 7 reviews from this member

 Just returned from a week here. It is a lovely, clean and well maintained site, toilet/shower blocks were in good order and always seemed to be being cleaned. Considering it was the busiest time of year and it's a massive site it didn't feel as uncomfortably crowded as I'd feared.

We were pitched on the main avenue between the Swimming pool and the Farm and obviously there were lot's of people and kids up and down, this could be noisy but didn't bother us too much.

The pool did get very busy and you had to choose your time to get a sunbed (namely if the weather looked a bit iffy or after about 6pm)Having said that the pool was amazing and would be lovely at quieter times I would imagine.

The bar area was lovely, situated in a courtyard but did get very busy in the evenings for the entertainment, we never went at this time so can't comment on that. Used the pizza takeaway which was good and not badly priced in comparison to Domino's for example, but we didn't use the restaurant.

The on site supermarket was well stocked and not horrendously overpriced. The other little gift shop/boutiques were nice for kids to spend some pocket money.

We paid for 5hrs Wifi for E10 but this time seemed to be getting eaten up even when we were not using it. When I complained we were given another voucher which also did the same thing. I wouldn't advise getting this.

Off site we went to the beach at Saint Palais sur la mer and explored Royan.

Would consider going back as the facilities were great. 

Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Reviewer: Mad mum 6 reviews from this member

 We were here the last two weeks of August and the site was noticeably quieter the second week.

We travelled overnight to St Malo and had a good drive down with a stop, to arrive at the campsite dead on 2pm. Our pitch was A105 which was a grand comfort pitch with water and electricity. The pitch was a good size and had sun and shade through the day. I liked the way the camping pitches were not segregated from the lodges. The pitches had well defined hedge boundaries. All of the grounds were very well kept with lots of flowers everywhere. We had very slight road noise and we were probably the furthest away from a road, I imagine pitches nearer the road could be noisy. There is also a small animal farm on the site near to the waste bins.

The shower block we used was ok, it took me a while to find the toilet cubicles which are on the outside of the block. There is no soap anywhere to wash your hands. There are two entrances to the block, one marked men and the other women but once in the block there is no separation. The showers were push button, sometimes quite powerful, at others a trickle. The temperature control was tempermental, with the water suddenly going hot or cold. I never had to queue for a shower. The washing up sinks were plentiful. The area was constantly being cleaned.

There is only one bin area which was quite a long walk for us and we tended to drive past on the way out. You have to collect a yellow bag from the info area which is used for recycling.

The pool complex is large so you never felt crowded in the pools, the lazy river is very slow and shallow and the biggest pool was too deep for me to stand up in the middle (I'm 5'4'). The problem is the areas surrounding the pools, there are not enough sunbeds and although the information from the Parc states that towels will be removed from unused beds after 1 hour we never saw this happening. Most people took their own chairs or lay on towels on the paving but sometimes there didn't seem to be a spare patch of ground even to lay a towel. We found that if we went down late afternoon it was easier to find somewhere to sit.

We went to a beach at St Palais sur Mer which was lovely. When the tide is out there are lots of rock pools to investigate and proper golden sand.

We used the takeway for pizzas on the first night, I thought the choice was quite limited and there was always a long queue.

We ate in the restaurant one night, when the food eventually came it was ok but the service was very slow. The entertainment in the courtyard was provided by the children's animation team, it wasn't really very good but you had to admire their enthusiasm and dedication. They certainly worked hard.

Other trips we took were to La Rochelle to visit the aquarium and to tour the three towers. Definitely recommend both these for days out. We visited the Roman ampitheatre in Saintes which had an English audioguide. We went on a boat trip from Royan which went out to a lighthouse.

The site supermarket was very well stocked, I was impressed with the variety available there. We went to both the LeClerc and Intermarche in Marennes which was about 5 minutes away.

It did feel quite hazardous driving on the site. There is no pathway and children did seem to appear from nowhere, whizzing around on bikes. We drove very slowly and had to do a few emergency stops.

As others have mentioned, the mossies are a real pain. We had the wristbands that are supposed to repel them, we had the mosquito coil, citronella candles and a lamp burning citronella oil, we used a deet spray and the Avon so soft and had the mosquito plug ins in the caravan - none of which stopped us being bitten. I had heard about the mossie problem so we all started taking anti-histamine tablets the week before we went and this really helped the bites from becoming too much of a problem. I used a hydrocortisone cream to stop the itching and didn't have a reaction to any of the bites.

I think the site is a good site but we found the area around quite boring - we chose the site for its facilities to entertain our teenager - another time we will look more at what there is to do in the area. 

Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Reviewer: Summer2013 2 reviews from this member

 In a nutshell, we took the Portsmouth to St Malo crossing which was great. Had breakfast before getting off the ferry which set us up for the journey down to St Just Luzac.

Campsite was lovely and definitely worth it's 5*.

There were mosquitos but nothing out of the ordinary. Use protection and you'll be fine.

The only bad point I'd have to say is that the take-way ran out of pizzas by 9pm! But they were good!

Toilets and shower blocks were very clean, I nearly always saw a cleaner there.

We would go back 


Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Reviewer: Mikeyd 9 reviews from this member

 Review of Sequioa Park. July - August 2013. 4 week stay. Touring Caravan

We stayed at Sequioa Park for 4 weeks during July and August 2013. We had an overnight ferry from Portsmouth to St Malo which was great, a perfect start to the holiday as you sail off at sunset and arrive early the following day.

It was a fairly easy drive down to the area using the sat nav although it is worth checking the route carefully as it has a tendency to take you through some small villages: rather hairy with the caravan at times!

The surrounding area is very quiet, the camp site is literally in the middle of nowhere but well signed from all the major routes. The nearest town St Just is very sleepy with only the tiniest of bars (population less then that of the campsite when we were there, full with 3000 people!)

Sequoia park is beautifully laid out and impressive on arrival with beautiful landscaped gardens and a good reception team who all speak good English. We were shown to our pitch; we had booked a premium fully serviced pitch with partial shade, pricey at almost 50 Euros a night. It was supposed to be a large pitch with barbecue, patio furniture and an extra fridge included, perfect for our long stay. We were disappointed that the pitch was only average size with a huge overhanging tree that seriously limited the outside space. This excessive vegetation also meant more mosquitos and stopped us really enjoying the space to the rear of the caravan. The extra fridge was great and the fully serviced pitch made the husband's life much easier. The site was friendly with a mixture of caravans, tents and chalets. It is mainly British and Dutch people on the site.

The mosquitos plagued us and the other campers for most of the holiday although the bites bother you less after a few weeks. I recommend all the usual things like citronella burners, jungle strength repellent and electric lanterns although a good swatter and tubes of Germolene proved the best defence against infected bites that we all suffered from in the first week. A few campers had gazebos with mosquito nets you could zip up on the sides, we were very envious of these and would definitely invest in one if we went to the area again.


The pool area is excellent with several pools, only one heated but that's OK in August. Our daughter loved the slides and the pools are a good size and cope well with the crowds in the summer. The lazy river is a bit of a joke being very shallow and slow moving. It also gets mobbed and is generally rather rubbish.

It is impossible to get sun beds unless you go 20 mins before pool opens and queue. Then, when the gate opens it is a frenzy to get beds with people tearing in to get the best places. Having said this, the pool area is a highlight of the site being clean and well maintained. The no swim shorts rule is enforced, speedos only. Lifeguards are very lapse, only patrolling when management are about and spending most of the time chatting in their hut. The pool bar is great for crepes and ice cream (of course, very pricey!)

Showers and toilet facilities are plentiful and well maintained. We never queued for a shower and there is the usual washing up and hand washing facilities. Showers can be a bit weak at peak times but water was always hot.

The on site bar and restaurant are very pricey but you don't tend to mind so much when you are on holiday. We ate in the restaurant once; food only satisfactory, very expensive and we got eaten alive by the mossies as we sat outside. The fast food/takeaway service very poor with limited choice of food available and poor service.

The information centre is good with lots of advice and leaflets on things to do. We found the staff very helpful and they went above and beyond to help us find a municipal golf course, a great day out if you enjoy a game!

We didn't go to any of the evening entertainment although there always seemed to be plenty going on for the kids. You couldn't hear anything from the pitch in the evening which was great.

Surrounding area

The town of Marennes is lovely with a market on a Tues, Thurs and Sat morning and a small port that housed festivals on the Saturday nights through August. We had a delicious and very reasonable meal at the' Bar Paix' next to the main car park with live Jazz playing outside, it was a truly excellent evening but no English spoken in this town at all! The church is impressive with a super view from the tower if you can face 297 steps!

Marennes Plage is a lovely beach and lagoon, really safe swimming for children with food and a kids play area available with trampolines etc. This is a 10 min drive from the campsite but there is ALWAYS A HUGE AMOUNT OF TRAFFIC on this road in and out of Marennes adding a least 10 minutes to every journey you make. You can avoid the traffic if you go through Marennes, but this is busy on Market Days.

Ile D'Oleron is lovely, very flat for cycling with lots of good tourist towns for browsing. An excellent restaurant is 'the Blue Piano' that serves super Galettes and Moules Marinieres. Also some lovely, quieter beaches here. It's a big island, 45 minute drive to the big town St Pierre in the centre.

Overall, an excellent holiday but we would not return to this campsite as it is just too expensive if you don't make use of the entertainment, kids clubs etc as we didn't. We loved the area and would return to a similar part of France.

We found France to be generally very expensive, a lot of food in the supermarket is extortionate given the weak state of the pound although you can still get a good bottle of local wine for under 3 Euros and the mussels and oysters (local specialities) are very reasonable. Food out is expensive unless you go for a set menu 'Formule'; 2 courses for an average of 16 Euros.

Petrol very costly, diesel cheaper, so fill up in Portsmouth before crossing.

We would recommend the campsite if you like entertainment, hustle and bustle and of course, glorious sun. We had about five cloudy days and two rainy ones in a 4 week holiday so no problem with the vitamin D levels now! The mossies are a problem if you are not prepared, the worst I have ever experienced on a European holiday, so arm yourself and abandon perfume and aftershave in favour of the repellent! 

Date of Visit: July 2013 Unit:  Other
Reviewer: Veema 12 reviews from this member

 Just got back from a 2 week stay here in a folding camper.

The site is lovely and in general well maintained, although there was some damage to the pool floor and some of the tiles were off the side and some of the play equipment was broken. There was a barrier system in operation for entry and exiting the site and every pitch had their own barrier number. There is a supermarket, which was reasonably stocked and priced, a souvenir shop and boutique. The bar area was pleasant, although we never used it in the evening, there did seem to be entertainment on, but we never heard it from our pitch. The take away served lovely pizzas which were cooked fresh, there was often a queue and quite a wait.

The pool complex is fantastic, something for all ages, and although very busy most of the time, it didn't seem overly crowded and there was the added benefit that you could take your own chairs / sunbeds in, so you were guaranteed somewhere to sit. There are pool rules and lifeguards there enforcing them, although they did turn a blind eye to the 'no inflatables' rule. It is a site that requires men and boys wear trunks rather than swimming shorts.

The pitches were a good size, but some were very long and narrow, or a strange shape, which may cause problems with bigger caravans. They were grassy in parts, but much of the grass where people put groundsheets etc was gone leaving just dusty, sandy, soil. We did have trouble getting some of our normal pegs in as there were large stones and rocks under the soil and so had to use rock pegs in some areas.

The toilet / shower facilities were adequate, but a bit dated. The toilets did have seats on them and there was toilet roll, which was a bonus, but there wasn't any soap at the handwashing sinks. The showers were a bit hit and miss, some were good, some just a trickle. They were all the push button, fixed head type, but did have variable heat of a sorts! No-one took any notice of the men's and women's sides and just used whatever cubicle was available. At times there was a queue for the showers. There were swallows nesting in the toilets and shower blocks and so sometimes there was bird muck down the walls, but apart from that, they were kept really clean and there always seemed to be one of the domestic team around keeping them clean. There was a baby bath with a hose type shower head that was ideal for children and I showered our 7 year old in it without any trouble.

The children's play area was extensive and catered for all ages to 12, although there were often older children in it and many children weren't supervised. The play area was well within the site though and not near the gates where it often seems to be, but I still wouldn't have been comfortable letting our daughter go to play there by herself. There is a snall animal farm and horse riding stables.

There wasn't much in the local area, but we knew that when we booked. The local beaches aren't up to much, so we travelled to La Palmyre to the beach. The Ile d'Oleron was lovely and worth a visit, but there were often traffic hold ups along the road leading to it. There was a leclerc and an intermarche in Marennes.

The one major downside to the stay was the mosquitoes. It was horrendous, both my husband and myself were bitten to bits and no amount of repellent made any difference. You could tell how long someone had been on the site by the amount of bites that they had.

All in all, we did really enjoy our stay, not sure we would return, primarily because of the mossies, but for us it was just too big and not the right area. 

Date of Visit: August 2011 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Reviewer: Savanne1 23 reviews from this member

 We spent 4 nights here the last week of August and I tried very hard to like the site but in reality we wont ever go back.

We hadnt booked and on arrival were told the site was full but we could spend the night on a temporary pitch (charged same as regular pitch). We were tired after the long drive so agreed. The temporary pitches are basically all in a row in the middle of the site. They do have ehu. We were then given a list of pitches available the next day so we went off to choose a pitch only to discover there were at least 20 pitches already empty. We went back to reception to ask if we could have one of them but to no avail. These pitches remained unoccupied throughout our stay.

The majority of the pitches are a great size, some are very deep rather than wide, some huge and all separated by hedging and trees. The whole site was very well maintained with beautiful flowers and plants.

The pool complex is excellent but very very busy and finding a sunbed was impossible. They had room for lots more but many people simply took their own chairs to the pool or spread out on towels in the grassy areas. The pools were a lovely temperature if the sun was shining but when the weather wasn't as good they were decidedly chilly.

There is a large excellent playarea which was very popular with all the children on site. However this is a quite a walk from some pitches and there isnt anywhere really to sit and watch your children play. Kids on bikes are everywhere and often bikes would be left anywhere which made getting the van to the pitch difficult.

There is nightly entertainment with loud music that goes on til approx 11. 30pm. It got on my nerves as could be heard from our pitch and was repetitive thumping chart music. If noise bothers you ask for a pitch in section T or A but as far from the bar as you can get. Some of the pitches in F section also suffer from road noise.

The loos and showers were very clean, showers were nice and powerful and I never had to queue. They do have a problem with birds flying into the open air facilities but I didn't find them a problem. There is loo paper but no soap which I found disappointing in a site of this standard. The dishwashing sinks were of the push button type, very stop start and water pressure poor. The water was lukewarm at the best. The bins are at the far end of the site meaning you could have a 10 minute walk to the bins, we saw lots of people driving to the bins instead.

We tried to get a drink at the bar one night but they wouldn't serve us as we couldn't find a table. There is a large very nicely done inside and outside bar seating area. The takeaway looked nice and was reasonably priced. They had a lovely area where you could sit and eat the takeaway on wooden tables and chairs.

The site was very busy with stacks of unsupervised kids and two nights out of the four we had older kids hanging round by our pitch til after 11. 30pm. They did move on when we had a polite word.

The shop sells a wide variety of food, english papers and camping essentials. Bread and croissants don't need to be ordered in advance.

There is a library (consisting of holiday makers left over books) on site but I was disappointed to find to borrow a book (minimum of 3 books) they wanted a 10 euro deposit. In all the years I've been camping in France I've never had to pay to take a book. Needless to say I didn't bother.

The main bugbear we had were the dreadful mossies. We wore extra strength insect repellent with DEET, used insect spray and repellent coils but still got several bites. Sitting out at night it was a constant battle to swat the mossies, our battery operated zapper got lots of use! We were very relieved we had a flyscreen on the caravan door as they were everywhere. We ended up leaving all the lights out in our van and the awning light as they otherwise sat under the awning by the van door! Looking around nearly every camper we saw had bites and they were extremly itchy!

The local area is uninspiring although we did have a good day on the il d'oleron. There is an excellent Super you at Marennes (5 min drive from site) and the bakery in St Just (local village) sold much better bread than the site shop and the most delicous cakes. Traffic on the roads leading to Marennes and the Il d'Oleron was bad on weekends, something to bare in mind when planning days out. Traffic on and off the island was particularly heavy.

The site does have wifi round the pool and bar but the prices are high. We used the free wifi at Macdonalds at Marennes (5-10 mins drive).

Overall this site has excellent facilities but due to the high number of statics and UK tour operators we found it just too busy, too commercial and we felt we could have been anywhere. We usually love Castel sites but not this one. 

Date of Visit: May 2011 Unit:  Static
Reviewer: Fleecygirl1 13 reviews from this member

 We hired a mobile home here instead of camping as we went for 6 days at half term and wanted to not spend any time setting up tents etc as it's a very long day's drive to get here. It wasn't loads more expensive than a pitch as well, actually, for quite a luxurious one with air con. It felt funny camping indoors though!

Staff were friendly and spoke good English, the bar was good. Restaurant was a bit expensive and not much choice but the food wasn't bad. Takeaway pizzas were better than most French ones (French pizza is usually terrible!).

The pools were good though only one was warm enough to avoid hypothermia at that time of year (the river part). The playground was excellent and there was table tennis and a football pitch. The little farm section was great and we visited daily to see newly hatched chicks, awww!

The site is very large, there are lots of mobile homes but it's quite nicely landscaped so it's pretty enough. The only 2 complaints were

1. The bins were absolutely miles away from most of the site. A massive trek just to get rid of your rubbish. People were driving there and queuing to drop rubbish off, and the campsite was fairly quiet so it must be chaotic when it's busy.

2. The mosquitos and midges previously mentioned by everyone. Pretty bad.

The beaches were a fair trek away and the traffic to get into the Ile d'Oleron (to the really nice sandy surf beaches) was terrible when it got near the French public holiday. We ended up that day instead at the tiny local beach which was actually quite charming, though no surf obviously. It would be perfect for toddlers. Talmont is not too far and is a lovely little old town. Royan is a bit dull.

We probably wouldn't return to this campsite, but it is fine if you want a large site with good pools and lots of facilities. 

Date of Visit: July 2011 Unit:  Touring Caravan
Reviewer: Madasmad 13 reviews from this member

 On arrival there was some issues with booking in as the parking area for new arrivals was non existent and a traffic jam resulted when more than one van turned up. The reception was busy and you could tell by the way we were booked in with very little information given except for a brochure in German! We were shown to our pitch which was long and narrow meaning I could not put my van sideways as I had wished. Also the space between units would not have meet the legal minimum in the UK posing somewhat of a fire danger.

The pitch was well shaded but due to heavy use there was no sign of any grass and only mud/sand. When it was dry this was not an issue but as it had rained just before we arrived the caravan dig dig some fairly big ruts in the ground. It also cut up a lot. There was a connection for water/electricity (10 amp)/gray waste.

The site was @80% Dutch, 15% English and others made up the rest.

The toilet and shower blocks were large and reasonably clean depending on the time of day you went. However due to the open nature of the toilets and showers mosquitos and sand flys were a problem.

The pool complex is fantastic with plenty to do for all the family. It is open from 8am-8pm. The shop is well stocked but very overpriced compared to the supermarket 3km away in Marennes. An example was one can of Orangina at €2. 50 when in the supermarket you could buy six for the same money.

Overall it was ok but perhaps not worth the €56 per night we paid. I will probably not go back 

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