Much welcome stopover. Happy to take our dog. Provided cot for my baby installed In my room as arranged.
Lovely restaurant, meat cooked very rare. Staff were very helpful and provided a map for us to find a local shop for baby provisions. No early morning deadline to keep to and breakfast an option we took up.
Sarah from Berkhamsted
Situated in Sennecey-les-Dijon, this hotel is close to University of Burgundy and Gaston Gerard Stadium. Area attractions …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 close to University of Burgundy. Area attractions also include Museum of Sacred Art and La …More
Best for travellers who want to stay close to passing autoroutes. Not great for people keen to see Dijon there are closer better hotels. Functional, clean and basic. Great for us us we stopped here en route to Italy and again on the way back. Breaks up the France journey in two nice equally parts assuming you are going all the way south or north.
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to University of Burgundy, Gaston Gerard Stadium, and Dijon Congrexpo. Local …More
Very good price for a hotel. Very cheap rate, cheaper than a youth hostel! You get in your room: shower + toilet, tv and a room just for yourself, cleaned every morning! Very friendly staff + discounts with restaurants in the area. You will need a car to go to town centre. Just in front of a very big supermarket, so good for shopping!
Roger from London
Situated near the airport, in Chenove, this hotel is close to Museum of Sacred Art, La Vie Bourguignonne Museum, and …More
We stayed at the Kyriad overnight on the way to the south of France with our three children who are all coeliacs. On arriving we mentioned this to the receptionist to ask whether it might be possible for them to eat their own food that we had brought with us in the restaurant. They could not have been more helpful. The proprietor of the hotel is a Coeliac himself and not only oversaw the cooking of the children's supper but also brought in some of his own gluten free food for them to try. This is the first time we have been able to relax and enjoy a meal out with our children since they have been diagnosed and it was wonderful. They were so kind and thoughtful we have nothing but compliments for the hotel staff - they thought of everything!
Helen from Hastings
Situated in Chenove, this hotel is close to Museum of Sacred Art, La Vie Bourguignonne Museum, and Arquebuse Gardens. Local …More