Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, lift, restaurant, breakfast room, bar/lounge, gym.
Yes, but no extra beds in the rooms.
Yes, for EUR20 per night.
No smoking in the hotel.
All major cards accepted.
Standard double room EUR198, breakfast EUR20.90.
Good Hotel Guide Review
The most famous hotel in Burgundy”s wine capital continues to win praise from Guide readers: “Nice, characterful, comfy”, “we always find it excellent”, say visitors. Owned by the Bernard family, the stately building, mainly 17th-century, part 14th, has outside stone staircases, a superb spiral stairway, a medieval courtyard, Louis XV decor, a tower with views of the old town. “Our room was well furnished; staff were excellent.” Some bedrooms, though small, have “delightful furniture”; some, more modern, are less interesting. A few rooms face the one-way street; most face the garden or a courtyard. Public rooms are “sumptuously furnished”. A “super” breakfast (fresh orange juice, pastries, cheese, hams) is served in the vaulted former wine cellar. A Michelin-starred restaurant, Loiseau des Vignes, is located on the hotel property but is managed separately by the Bernard Loiseau restaurant group; the chef is Dominique Loiseau. Over 70 wines by the glass are available. New in 2016 is a sleek and luxurious spa.
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