We stopped in this hotel in August 2014 as a half-way stopover on a journey from the South of France. Most of the other guests seemed to be doing the same thing - an overnight stop before heading back to the UK, Belgium or Holland.
This hotel is ideal for families travelling back from their summer holiday. There is a friendly welcome at reception. There is a good restaurant in the hotel (the beef bourguignon was delicious) which stays open until late – ideal if you’ve had a long journey and don’t want to venture out. Another nice feature is that the car park is locked up at night, so no need to worry about suitcases, bikes, etc. in the car.
The rooms are comfortable and (just about) enough room for the whole family to stay. OK these are not super-luxurious boutique rooms, but then you’re not paying super-luxurious boutique hotel rates.
Overall I would say the hotel is excellent for what it is. I would happily stay there again and recommend it to anyone wanting an overnight stopover to/from the South of France.
Nigel from West Sussex, UK
Situated in a shopping district, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Chapelle-Chambertin, Arquebuse Gardens, and La Vie …More
This hotel was absolutely satisfactory. Location is very convenient, 10 minutes brisk walk from the rail station, and about the same from the town centre. In a quiet area.
The staff were helpful. My room had recently been renovated, and was very pleasant and kept spotlessly clean.
Basic continental breakfast.
I would recommend this hotel.
Timothy from Oxford, UK
Located in the heart of Dijon, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Darcy Square, Dijon Cathedral, and Church of Notre …More
We had a wonderful 3 days in Dijon with all of the olde part of the city within a half hour walking distance from the hotel. The older part of the coach house does not have an elevator, so if you have heavy bags or mobility issues you will not want to be above the 1 floor. Nevertheless it is a wonderful hotel with 2 very good restaurants. The staff are very friendly and helpful, and we recommend booking your tours through them. We took a half day wine tour through the Burgundy vineyards , our guide was excellent, knowledgeable and humorous, we tasted great wines and never felt pressured to buy anything. But with great wines all around you will definitely be inclined to buy a bottle or two to try and take home. We had a great time and recommend staying at this site built originally by the Duke of Burgond. Dijon historic centre is all around you and the local citizens are friendly and welcoming. Certainly worth the trip.
Karen & Bill from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Located in the heart of Dijon, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of La Vie Bourguignonne Museum, Museum of Sacred Art …More
Excellent large family room with separate beds for the children. Only downside is no tea making facilities in the room and the air-con made some interesting noises during the night. Bathroom was very clean and spacious.The adjoining restaurant was superb- buffet style of ready cooked Chinese food or choose your own ingredients and have it cooked fresh.
Iain from Worcester
Situated in Longvic, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of La Vie Bourguignonne Museum, Museum of Sacred Art, and Arquebuse …More
The renowned mustard is still made here, but Dijon offers so much more. The capital city of Burgundy is also well known for its wine making. Dijon is a walker's paradise, with bustling pedestrian-only thoroughfares to explore, many lined with street vendors and cafes. And with most of its pre-WWII architecture intact, Dijon boasts a spectacular density of Gothic and Renaissance structures.