L'Hotel De Beaune
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TravelPod Member ReviewsL'Hotel De Beaune
What a great hotel. The L'Hotel de Beaune is perfectly located within the city walls and about a 10 minute walk from the train station. There are two groups of rooms in the hotel, some in the main building and a few in the annex across the courtyard and above the restaurant.
We stayed in one of the rooms above the restaurant and we were very pleased. The room was large, very clean and very comfortable. The bathroom had a nice large stand-up shower with plenty of hot water.
Breakfast was included and is served in the sitting room of the main house. Typical breakfast with lots of choices. There is a small seating area in the courtyard, though it was a little cool when we were there.
In addition to the hotel, there is also a wonderful restaurant on the property. It was very convenient for us to come downstairs for dinner, but it is very popular so reservations are a must.
Parking is available nearby and there are a couple of spots available within the courtyard.
Would highly recommend the hotel and will stay there again when we return.
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