Hotel des Vignes
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel des Vignes Julienas
Travel Blogs from Julienas
... me out of my anxiety ridden shell.
There were three courses: Onion soup, Beef meatballs (actually it was just one giant ball of meat) with potatoes and green olives, and a pastry with pear inside and chocolate drizzled on top.
There were seven people, six men and one other girl though she didn’t come till later: The first guy, was from Milano (Milan, Italy) that I talked to a lot about my travels and Italy in general. He was struggling with speaking ...
... they just wanted to "go home" I nearly wanted to punch them and be like dude we are in southern France hiking up a hill take a look around... Stupid teenagers. After the picnic we made our way back to the chateau and went in the pool. The bar opened at 2pm and as soon as it did we were lining up to get that beer we had all been craving. We began to just drink by the pool and spent more time getting to know each other even more. These ...
... to not be too rushed. We didn't see much of Nice other than the walk to and from the train station. We picked up our rental car and the desk clerk tried to up sell is to a convertible but we declined - good thing because it rained almost our entire time driving in France. This time we got a Lancia Ypsilon. Again a 1.2L engine so not enough power to really drive the 130km/h speed limit on the Autoroutes. A little bit into our trip we hear this loud sound driving ...
... The steaks were massive and we added moutarde (mustard) and it was Delish. We purchased some wine so we could sit outside, it started to get a little cold so we moved inside and met the honeymooners from Sydney. Sam wrote a play called the Bali nine. And ally was an actor that had been on one and away and a few others that scored a pilot in Ireland. They were nice, we brought back the cheese platter we ordered and laid ...
... easily read the menu without need for reading glasses. Whilst the decor was a little 1970's and Disney, there were clearly a number of themes. The waiters had a hierarchy and every attention to detail was covered without being intrusive. Because we had already had a rich lunch we decided on just a main and desert. We both had Rack of Lamb with seasonal vegetables and dauphinoise potatoes. ...