BEST WESTERN De La Poste
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?
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
Photos of BEST WESTERN De La Poste
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN De La Poste Troyes
Travel Blogs from Troyes
The wind is making the leaves of the trees rustle and the branches are bouncing up and down and side-to-side. There are only three cars including mine, and three lorries, that I can see in this aire. It’s quiet.
I’ve just had my chewy-bear sweets from the hotel room last week. I’ve had water. I’ve had a rest. I’m ready to go.
Had scratch dinner from supplies dried fruit ,Kit Kats as we were not hungry and went to bed.Breakfast excellent apple tarts creme caramels yoghurts fruits charcuterie and good croissants etc.Coffee machine good and we had a big brekkie.Off to see the town..wow! Timbered 16 th century houses everywhere..some in disrepair and some being restored.Like stepping back in time.Wells still here..some with plants in them the ...
... a 1000 years before William the conqueror galloped into England Had drink riverside and then headed to the wine villages even further west than their place.Beautiful undulating hills with vines and numerous white Charolais cattle.Very picturesque with lots to see..must return to Burgundy. Village hoped up to Chalon then returned to Beaune and our lovely hotel.could not get into last nights restaurant..La Bergerie so went to a ...
... out of Troyes was really busy with lots of lorries and no cycle lane but eventually get to turn off for the yellow minor roads that followed the river. Some pretty little villages until we get to Bar-sur-Seine where we know there's a hotel although it's not showing availability online. Very hot so stop at the first cafe but as usual it's 2.15 so no chance of food but the very nice girl does give us a beer and I see there is a 25cl pitcher of cidre on the menu. ...
Peter said we should have breakfast as we didn't eat in the hotel restaurant last night, well it was a little better than usual with hard boiled eggs, ham & the usual stuff - ham smelt off to me so I didn't eat any. Had decided to post some clothes to Monnie, why do we always bring too much - you only need 2 cycle kits, 3 underwear & a couple of evening things, a good €9 spent although Peter still won't part with his tent! The roads in Sezanne were very ...