Hotels in St. Mere, Eglise
Hotel du 6 Juin
- The Hotel du 6 Juin, named for the day the Allies' D-Day Invasion began, might be an ideal hotel for travelers with a special interest in World War II or military history. It is located close to the landing beaches where the Allied forces came ashore, as well as to other area attractions. The staff are fluent in English, and amenities include flat-screen TVs with access to four English-language channels and adapters for non-European electric appliances.
John Steele Auberge
- The John Steele Auberge takes its name from an American paratrooper caught by his parachute straps on the steeple of the on the night of the D-Day invasion. Converted from an eighteenth-century coaching inn, this hotel's stone walls and beamed ceilings offer an old-world atmosphere. Seven guest rooms are available. The inn also has a cozy restaurant with a stone fireplace, and serves traditional French dishes such as escargot and frog legs.
Hotel Le Sainte Mère
- The Hotel Le Sainte Mère is among the largest in town, with 41 rooms available to accommodate tourists. Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms, as well as cable TV with four English-language channels. The hotel also houses its own restaurant, La Cotinene, as well as a lounge where guests can socialize. Rates are higher during the first ten days of June, around the town's annual D-Day remembrance. Breakfast is available for an additional fee.
Le Grand Hotel
- Le Grand Hotel in Sainte Marie du Mont, just outside Sainte Mère Eglise, offers luxury accommodations with 11 double rooms and five duplex residences that can accommodate up to four people at once. The hotel also has an outdoor café, a boutique for convenient shopping, and a playground and ping-pong courts for children. The hotel charges additional fees for pets, breakfast service, and equipment rentals or activities such as horseback riding, carriages, and bicycles.