We stayed in Troyes on a stopover and this hotel was a lovely place to start our holiday. We arrived on Sunday evening when their restaurant is closed, so they suggested and booked an excellent brasserie in town for us. The hotel is a wonderful ancient building, beautifully restored and spotlessly clean. Expensive but interesting breakfast.
Alison from Hampshire
Situated in Troyes, this luxury hotel is close to Museum of Modern Art, Troyes Cathedral, and Maison de l'Outil et de la …More
It was a nice pleasant stay, room was very nice.
However, if I come back in the future, I would want a room with a shower not a bath! As I am not tall, it was quite a job getting in and getting out of the slippery bath was not easy, and I really hurt my knee as the edge of the bath is quite wide - can only imagine the accidents that could happen here!
The toilet was separate and at the other side of the room and with no sink!
Been to Troyes before, but I asked the receptionists about a good pancake place for dinner. One of the receptionists came to my room shortly after with a map and circled the restaurants she recommended, which was much appreciated...and I did indeed have a nice meal!
twiggslondon from London
Situated in Troyes, this hotel is close to Museum of Modern Art, Troyes Cathedral, and Maison de l'Outil et de la Pensee …More
Stayed here as a stop over on our journey home. Staff very friendly but my French wasn't good enough to understand everything said unfortunately. The home cooked food smelt delicious and was fairly cheap but we didn't sample any ourselves.
Traveller from Warwickshire
Situated in Saint-Andre-les-Vergers, this hotel is close to St-Pantaleon Church, Musee de la Bonneterie, and Maison de …More
Used hotel as a stopover on the way south. Very isolated and needed to go out again to eat when really did not want to drive. Room appeared a bit dingy but was satisfactory in terms of what was needed.
Breakfast choice limited.
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to St-Pantaleon Church, Musee de la Bonneterie, and Maison de l'Outil et de …More
We stayed here for two nights as we'd left it too late to book anything reasonable in Troyes. The place is a bit quirky but the room was clean and had everything you'd expect but the air conditioning didn't work. Parking is on-site and seemed safe enough. It's about 3/4 to 1 hours' walk from Troyes, although there is a bus stop right outside and what seemed to be a frequent service (but not on a Sunday when we wanted to use it).
The grounds around the motel are well-kept but there are no tables and chairs to sit and drink a bottle of wine and enjoy the local cheese.
There is only one place to eat close by - right next door. This is a Turkish take-away/café which is OK and very reasonable if you're just after kebab or pizza-type food. Unfortunately this closed in Sunday so either a long walk or a drive for other restaurants.
Breakfast is provided in the quirky US diner-style room. But this is clean and had enough tables for all guests when we were there. However, we thought the breakfast was going to be €6.45 and it turned out it was €9 each. This was far too high for two small pieces of bread, a doughnut, yoghurt. reconstituted juice and one cup of tea or coffee (although there were also slices of cheese and meat available one morning).
Situated in a rural location, this hotel is close to St-Pantaleon Church, Musee de la Bonneterie, and Maison de l'Outil et de …More