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Reviewed October 25, 2012

The outside of this hotel is extremely charming, and the lounges are very classy and enjoyable for relaxing with a cocktail. The restaurant looked very nice also. The room, on the otherhand, was quite the contrast. It was pretty bad! Definitely felt the need to use the clorox wipes for this one. The carpet, walls, and furniture were all very badly stained, and mold was growing on the ceiling. I was surprised that the receptionist was not embarrassed when she presented us with our room. Also, the noise from the kitchen is extremely extremely loud in the room until late. The bathroom, however, seemed very clean and orderly. The only problem was that there was no exhaust fan, and so after taking a shower, the condensation on everything was very unpleasant. We skipped breakfast, which was suppose to start at 7:00, because we only had about 25 minutes before leaving for the airport and nothing was ready and no one was around or in any rush to assist us. It doesn't make any sense why such a charming hotel from the outside with such an elegant lounge and restaurant would offer such a rundown, poor quality room.

Room Tip: Standard room on second floor was very rundown. Perhaps a more expensive room would be better. However, no rundown, dirty room should be offered to anyone.
  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Trek77
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Reviewed September 29, 2012

We stayed at this small hotel on our way through France. It is in a charming spot in Chablis. The hotel itself is in the middle of town and is easy to find. It has a certain charm and the communal rooms are very nice as are the gardens. The rooms are quite adequate but some of the fixtures could do with a bit of maintenance and some upgrading, especially the bathroom which was functional at best. The restaurant is outstanding though quite pricey. We thought the portion size was rather too large. I had pan fried foie gras as a starter and I was served three slices. I would have been happy with one slice at half the price so I think they are missing a trick there! I thoroughly enjoyed my meal which was cooked to perfection, but felt uncomfortably stuffed at the end! Neither of us slept well, possibly because we were too full but also the room was very hot so we would recommend leaving the windows open!

Room Tip: Request a room overlooking the garden which should be quieter so you can leave the windows open!
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled with friends
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3  Thank RichardVUK
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Reviewed September 27, 2012

We both stayed and ate in this hotel. Neither was an experience I would willingly repeat.

First the accommodation: There were no other rooms available and so we stayed in a so-called "duplex suite" - a smallish bedroom over a smallish sitting room with a very nice downstairs bathroom. The room itself was nice enough. But there were two problems. First the floors had clearly not been cleaned between occupants - the wooden stairs between the floors were dirty and, worst, in the morning on the carpet we found a bright pink pill that had clearly been dropped by some previous guest. Second, there was a pervasive dank, damp smell, particularkly in the upstairs bedroom.

Now for the restaurant. The restaurant clearly has ambitions (a better word might be pretentions) but neither the food nor service come up to scratch. First the food. We had the mid-priced menu (@59 Euros). The first course consisted of two purees with a small portion of razor clams (probably less than one clam per serving), one puree was pinkish and vaguely lobster flavoured and the other was grey-green and vaguely cauliflower flavoured but neither was very nice. The fish and meat courses were OK, not great but OK. The pudding consisted of strawberries with a rhubarb compote that was so tart it was almost uneatable. Now for the service. The restaurant goes in for Michellin style flummery but they just do not carry it off very well; for example, our wine was put in an ice bucket a couple of metres away from the table with the clear intention that someone would pour the wine but nobody ever came back to do this and so I had to walk to and from the ice bucket to get more wine before I eventually carried the bucket to our table (this brought the sommelier running but it was an hour since we had last seen him).

There must be better options nearby.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled with family
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6  Thank Galahad_Threepwood
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Reviewed September 24, 2012

We stayed here to enjoy Chablis and were pleasantly surprised by the feudal atmosphere - former monastry - and the friendly staff. Food was off the charts good and sitting in the garden for drinks and starters or for breakfast was wonderful being surrounded by lovely flowers. The lobster was the best lobster ever - including Bretagne - and the beef was cooked to perfection. Did I forget to mention that besides wine the region is famous for beef?! Try it and be amazed. Only disappointment was the poor service we received regarding wine - serving us a different(much worse) vintage from ordered and treating us for fools was very annoying and spoiled a bit the wonderful impression.

Room Tip: spend a bit more for the old wing and the duplex
  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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2  Thank love_travelling69
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Reviewed September 8, 2012

We stayed here with a tour so can't comment on price, but this is a lovely hotel near the historic quarter of Chablis. Wifi, always an important consideration for us, was outstanding both in our room and in the dining room. We were across the street from the main building in a very nicely renovated building with a spacious room and a well equipped bathroom.

3  Thank doolang
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