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Are non residents allowed in hotel bars in VT

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Excuse the naive question...but I'm at VT virgin. Does the like of Fitzroy or Farenheit seven hotels allow residents in for drinks to their bars? We are staying in hotel trois valees but bar looks a bit quiet and was looking for somewhere with a bit of ambience but I'm not in my raving twenties anymore!! Also what's the story with children in bars there Inthe apres ski/early evening sense?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
I'm sure you'll be welcome if you go into any hotel bar.
I don't know where your hotel is in the town, there are a few bars right up at the top of town
Le Roast Beef,
The Oirish Bar
The Swedish Bar,
all a few paces apart.
Bars can be very quite especially in hotels.
For some reason the French have an aversion to staying up late unless its Bastille day or Beaujolais Nouveau,
Those bars may be busy this week as its half term, in April they are very quite unless its a closing party.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
No idea about kids but totally confused about hotels refusing to serve non residents? WTF?

Is this Scotland in 1962?
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Is this Scotland in 1962?


But only on a Sunday and having to sign a book saying you were a bona fide traveller. Laughing Laughing Laughing
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You Derry wans are so impatient!! Laughing Laughing

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Gaza wrote:
....having to sign a book saying you were a bona fide traveller. Laughing Laughing Laughing



Most bars here don't want travellers drinking in them.
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 Then you can post your own questions or snow reports...
Then you can post your own questions or snow reports...
@Gaza, my father was a salesman from the 50s onwards in Scotland and I suggest Sunday evening “sales meetings” were for entirely different reasons. Happy
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@Kagallag, Pretty sure they'll all want your money but there are many other more lively places to enjoy a drink.
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@Thornyhill,
Lol....hit submit twice by mistake!!
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@sequoiaboard,
I'm sure there are...just uncertain about kids in tow...been travelling in France for years but usually in campsite bars so not sure about the attitude in 'fancy' hotels. Would u have any suggestions....or is it all much of a muchness? Might be quiet everywhere at Easter?
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@Kagallag, Tango will serve you. Nice bar and good cocktails 2 for 1 in happy hours (last year anyway).
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Thornyhill wrote:
Gaza wrote:
....having to sign a book saying you were a bona fide traveller. Laughing Laughing Laughing



Most bars here don't want travellers drinking in them.


The trailer ws a traveling sales person or someone travelling on business. Not a romani person
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GlasgowCyclops wrote:
.... Not a romani person


Is that what they call people from the north side of Dublin these days? Laughing
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 You know it makes sense.
You know it makes sense.
I'm sorry but see you have posted this question in different threads. You have asked if you will be welcome in the Fitzroy (which I have answered elsewhere) and have been told that you will be welcome in the Frog or Tango - which is hardly helpful as neither establishment bears any resemblance to the Fitzroy.

The English Bar (Frog & Roast Beef), the Swedish bar (Tango), the Irish bar (O'Connells) and the Rhum Bar (God help you) will all welcome you. Whether the Fitzroy will welcome you afterwards is another matter snowHead .
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 Otherwise you'll just go on seeing the one name:
Otherwise you'll just go on seeing the one name:
@Alastair, Sorry my answer was unhelpful. I thought the Tango rather answered the broader request for somewhere with ‘a bit of ambience’ but I will strive to improve...
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 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
@mistral, apologies - I didn't mean to offend but I'm sure you would agree that Tango and the Fitzroy are very different places.
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