Campanile Dijon - Congres - Clemenceau

Address: 16 Ave Raymond Poincaré, Dijon, Burgundy, 21000, France | Hotel
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This hotel, located on 16 Ave Raymond PoincarĂ©, Dijon, is near Lake Matka, Notre Dame, Maison Milliere, and Musée Rude.
Map this hotel
   

TripAdvisor Reviews Campanile Dijon - Congres - Clemenceau

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Dijon

Wine, wine, wine

A travel blog entry by andreclark on Nov 19, 2014

38 photos

... to look down and see some amazing views of the city we just left. It was all t he peace we needed. Beaune left an impression on us.

After the hike, we took in a few of the shops around Beaune. They had a Salvador Dali museum, but it was closed for the day. We picked up some wine, grabbed some dinner and called it a night. We had an early train to Cannes the next ...

Palace of all Palaces

A travel blog entry by andreclark on Nov 18, 2014

1 comment, 29 photos

... to the Palace entrance to see if we could begin exploring the inside of the Palace. You won't believe this (we sure didn't) but it turns out, the Versailles Palace workers are on strike. Not the American strike where they just won't work at all, but the kind of strike where they simply delay the time they will open the palace. Pretty strange, but as long as we'd get in eventually, ...

Travel through Burgundy

A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Nov 14, 2014

8 photos

After breakfast, depart Paris for the renowned province of Burgundy, one of France's eleven major wine-producing regions. Perhaps more than anything else, France is known for its legendary wine, which is part of the country's heritage and a great source of national pride. Wine has been produced in France for centuries, and in Burgundy there are vineyards nearly ...

Lovely mustard but no handbag

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Sep 19, 2014

3 photos

... guard was up, always counting '1, 2, 3 bags' for my backpack, camera bag and handbag whenever we went anywhere, and never lost a thing On a gay, happy, non-threatening vino consuming train trip from Switzerland to France my travel guard melted away and was probably left somewhere under my train seat. Two hours after disembarking the train and after having a very saddening Skype conversation with my dying grandfather, Gran, I went to grab my handbag to have lunch with Pito. I needed ...

Bourgogne

A travel blog entry by d.emily.smith on Jun 16, 2014

8 photos

... of the town called the Owls Trail. You get a booklet and it takes you around the town and provides information on each site. Little brass plaques shaped like arrows guide you to the next spot. It is a bit like following bread crumbs but you know that aren't going to disappear on you!

We walked a fair way out of the town towards the canals to Le Puits de Moses (well of Moses). There is a well in the centre of ...