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French Apartment Booking

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Sorry I know this doesn't really fit into the "Resorts" section but I can't find anywhere better!

I have rented an apartment in Les Angles for feb 12-19. I did it online through a local agency, Angles Reservations. I received an email confirming my booking, and that I had paid a deposit.

My question is this: Am I not supposed to recieve a letter confirming this? An email doesn't seem particularly official. Confused

Does anyone have any experience of this process? Is this the standard in France? I've tried calling the agency, but my french isn't great and nobody knows what the hell I'm talking about!

Does anyone know how to say "I would like to confirm my booking" in french???

My family will disown me if we end up sleeping outside!

Thanks! Liam
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Nah. Don't worry about it. I've done it loads of times and never had a letter. Print out a copy of your email confirmation, that'll do fine.
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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?
lrx28 wrote:
An email doesn't seem particularly official. Confused


I don't remember when I last got a letter on a piece of paper about a holiday! Friday I fly Easyjet (confirmation by e-mail), pick up my car (booked via Holiday Autos - email), may stay at Novotel or Formule1 (e-mail), booked chalet by e-mail...

I'd suggest sending them a polite e-mail, in English, asking them to confirm your booking and would be surprised if they can't/don't respond.
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if this helps use the Babel fish automated translater. You sometimes get a few odd words thrown in but generally people get the idea. . I would send a duplicate in English in the same e-mail to cut down the possibility of confusion.
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