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Top 10 White Night Hotels

Top 10 White Night Hotels

1




4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
7 rue de Très Girard, Morey-Saint-Denis, Bourgogne-Franche-Comte, France
"Super place to stop over, just a few minutes off the main motorway, but in a lovely peaceful area among the vines and close to the best of Burgundy. There is a lovely pool and great terrace. We had a superior room with a 40 percent discount. It was very spacious and had a lovely big bed and separate bathroom and toilet. So it was very comfortable. However, there was no shower and it was not a luxurious room by any stretch. I would not have been happy to pay the full price. The restaurant was lovely. Great service, beautiful food and an excellent wine list. Breakfast was a slightly odd affair with one person serving, cooking, and looking after reception. I should say she was doing a great job and managed to find time to call and tell us we had left a charger in the room. "
"We had been recommended the hotel and despite having looked at the website it wasn't quite what we'd expected. The main hotel has been highly modernised and excellent but the room we had was not in the same league. To be fair the bed was comfortable and the shower hot but the room was 'tired'. In the evening the meal we had put all those matters out of our head - the food was superb and the Menu Inspiration we chose, costing 35 Euros was both fantastic food and fantastic value. Breakfast the next morning was excellent too."
"Best location, building and staff for wine touring in Burgundy. Used to be the village's wine press facility. Clean spacious and quiet, with great restaurant and nice pool. Staff was very helpful in finding wineries to visit. Will definitely be back!"
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2




4.5/5
Excellent
18 Reviews
14 Place Darcy, Dijon, Bourgogne-Franche-Comte, France
"A hotel that helps a colleague make a mistake. This family was good in all aspects of the evaluation and chose this family. The hotel's been making good comments. Nice position, too! Good recommendation!"
"The location of the city centre, next to the attractions, is within walking distance. The hotel is impeccable in terms of facilities, environment and service. Valet parking service, 15 Euros per night."
"This hotel has a great location. The position and evaluation are very good, and the staff are very helpful. When I had a small problem, they quickly solved it and made sure I was completely satisfied."
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3




4.9/5
Perfect
15 Reviews
3 rue Devosge, Dijon, Bourgogne-Franche-Comte, France
"Very good hotel, very modern and suitable for young people."
"Nice hotel room, very modern, size is good here"
"Very good experience, will book next time"
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4




4.6/5
Outstanding
10 Reviews
23 Rue de L'Eglise, Gevrey-Chambertin, Bourgogne-Franche-Comte, France
"We spent 2 nights here in the off season of March and one in Beaune to experience the region and wished we had more than two nights to stay. The property is stunningly beautiful inside and out and we found ourselves happy to relax by the fire in the common room and slow our pace significantly. Paul’s excellent wine cellar meant we didn’t have to go anywhere to enjoy a lovely local bottle of wine, reasonably priced. We were upgraded because of the low season availability and enjoyed the luxury of the superior room which was special. The standard rooms are a great value for the dollar as well. Breakfast was delicious and held us for most of the day. The hotel is an easy walk into town where there is always an excellent restaurant available and casual pizza. We also took advantage of the free bikes and Paul helped to map out a ride for us through beautiful countryside down to Nuits St George and suggestions of tastings. We got lost (our fault) but still enjoyed our ride and found it easy enough to navigate home eventually. We were here without a car and that was perfectly fine. We took a taxi from Dijon and Paul gave us a ride to the train station in town to head to Beaune. We used the bikes to get around. This place is special and we highly recommend it to anyone looking at the region. "
"We chose to stay for our Burgundy visit in a village on the route grand crus outside Dijon rather than Dijon itself. And we’re delighted with our choice of venue. The property was small but magnificent, beautifully refurbished and our room was very large as was the bathroom. Paul, the owner, was an exceptional host taking us through the history of the property and explaining carefully all of the features both of our room and the spacious common areas. He recommended and organised bookings for local restaurants and even the wine we could choose to accompany the food. For a dinner in Dijon he organised the local taxi to get us there and back. Anyone wanting an authentic Burgundian experience should look no further."
"At our friend’s recommendation, we stayed here 4 nights in Oct. 5 stars accommodation (beautiful, well kept property, comfortable linen and bed, classic decor, very nice common area for guests to use which include a seating area, a kitchen, and a dining room). 3 stars on wine tasting/education, and 2 stars on breakfast: for €18 per day per person, we expected good service and good foods consistently delivered. First day breakfast was good: we got tasty fresh squeezed juice and eggs (but there was a mixed up on our orders), 2nd morning, we ordered juice but the juice never showed up (Paul was distracted by phone calls), coffee was lukewarm, and eggs were not offered. 3rd morning, no one asked if we wanted juice, coffee was better after we asked for improvement but got bad attitude from the lady who made the coffee (which made us feel that we’d better not ask for juice...) and eggs were only offered after we made the inquiry. All in all, great place to stay, but if we would not have breakfast here."
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5




4.8/5
Outstanding
12 Reviews
18 rue Sainte Anne, Dijon, Bourgogne-Franche-Comte, France
"Set in the heart of the historic centre of Dijon, Maison Philippe le Bon is 300 metres from Palais des Ducs de Bourgogne. Free WiFi in all rooms and all public areas of the hotel. The air-conditioned rooms at Maison Philippe le Bon have a private bathroom and flat screen TV. Rooms offer views over the city of Dijon, the interior garden or Gothic courtyard or over rue Sainte Anne. Restaurant La Closerie serves inventive, seasonal gourmet cuisine, complemented by an excellent wine list featuring many local wines. La Closerie offers elegant dining in a setting dating back to the 17th century, with original floortiles, exposed beams and rustic stonework, yet infused with contemporary touches. In the summertime, lunch and dinner can be served in the hotel's private garden. A full buffet breakfast is served daily. Guests at Maison Philippe le Bon can explore the historical centre, its quaint streets and squares, while visiting Les Halles market, a wide variety of museums and original boutiques and shops. Gare de Dijon-Ville train station is a 5-minute drive or a 15-minute walk away from Maison Philippe le Bon."
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6




4.5/5
Excellent
11 Reviews
Gilly-les-Cîteaux, Vougeot, Bourgogne-Franche-Comte, France
"This is an expensive hotel. One should reasonably expect service to match. You go in. There is a basin, and a sign offering you a cool rehydrating drink of water. There are no bottles. From the lift, you are led up 19 stairs to an attic room. It is stiflingly hot. There is an industrial radiator, which blows out cooler air. At the back of it is a six-inch diameter plastic corrugated pipe. it is unattached to anything. Out of it comes the hot air which the front of it is cooling. There is also a portable fan. it does not work. Neither does the fridge. We ring reception to tell them. They apologise. It will be fixed. We go to the swimming pool to cool off. The regulator for the water in the shower does not work. The soap dispenser is empty. When we get back to our room, nothing has happened. We phone again. The lady at reception has been too busy. They are short staffed. She says she will come up at once. After half an hour, we go down. She is still too busy. I ask to see the manager. (I don't think, in fifty years of travelling, I have ever done that.) He comes and apologises. They are short staffed (and this in the middle of Covid unemployment!). Another portable fan is found, which helps. We go down to dinner. I had downloaded the menu and the wine list, and we had chosen from it. The wines were expensive, and I had taken care in the choice of both the red and the white. We ordered them. The waiter returned shortly afterwards. Each of our choices was unavailable. I had made the choice from their published list only two days before. He suggested an alternative white, which was comparable, and a more expensive red. I assumed that the hotel would bear the difference in price, but when we came to pay the bill, no - it was the full, more expensive, price. The manager had said that he would make a reduction in our bill as part compensation for our problems. The reduction turned out to be the price of the bottle of white plus free breakfasts. I said that breakfasts were included in our pre-paid rate. They disputed that. I got our paperwork. Breakfast was included in the pre-paid rate. In spite of accepting that, no further corresponding reduction was made. We left with the sourest of tastes in our mouths for the shoddiness of the whole set-up - the accommodation, the facilities, the wholesale failures to try speedily and fairly to remedy problems, and the, to my mind disgraceful, way in which the 'compensation' was mismanaged. The hotel is part of the 'grandes etapes' chain in the area. We shall avoid them like the plague in future. I have been writing reports on hotels for tripadvisor for years. I have never before given a one-star rating, far less giving such a rating to an establishment which holds itself out to be of luxury class."
"Situated 25 minutes drive south of Dijon (or train to Vouguet and walk 10 minutes to the Chateau) Château de Gilly is a charming castle-hotel near the wine-growing town of Vougeot (3 min. drive), between Dijon and Beaune. Attended a wedding here and stayed in an AirBNB across the road from the chateau. Beautiful garden and buildings, church. (spoilt by a number of ridiculous out of character sculptures spread all around the lovely lawns) The Chateau is lovely with so much character and history. Originally a Benedictine Priory, Gilly was much later sold to the Cistercians. In the 16th century, Nicolas Boucherat II, the 51st Abbot of Cîteaux, decided to make it a type of hotel but didn't restore the entire complex. The French Revolution changed everything and on 14 May 1790, the properties of the Cistercian monks were declared “public property”. Lovely place to stay."
"An elegant hotel with charm. The staff were welcoming and kind. Restaurant was excellent for dinner and the buffet breakfast was copious. Close to the fabled Burgundy wineries all along the Wine Route."
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7




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
1 Rue Du Moulin, Vougeot, Bourgogne-Franche-Comte, France
"The effort and expenditure incurred by the young new owners in renovating this lovely hotel is hugely impressive. Beautiful stone buildings (formerly a mil) and lovely gardens (pool renovations just being completed), with good car parking all within easy access from the motorway. The stand-out points are the cleanliness throughout and the quality of the materials / finishes both in the bedroom accommodation and public areas. Bang up to date bedroom, impeccably clean and excellent bed. Great attention to detail including USB sockets each side of bed. I have no doubt the charming, friendly and helpful owners will make a great success of the place. Everything they have done to improve the place shows great thought, as well as pride in their property. Absence of a restaurant is no no big issue given the number of restaurants in Vougeot and surrounding villages. Continental breakfast was good, albeit I would have preferred a freshly brewed coffee rather than one from the (no doubt very expensive) machine at the breakfast buffet table. A minor point though. As you might imagine, some excellent wine available from the bar. As a stop-over en-route we thought it was perfect and will most definitely return on our next trip in a couple of months' time. Dogs are permitted (and our Border Collie was with us) but unlike one or two establishments we have stayed in, the owners appear to ensure that this does not lead to a lowering of standards (be that condition of the property or cleanliness) for the human guests. I cannot emphasise enough just how spotless everything was. Fabulous."
"What a great place to stay, placed right in the middle of the Nuit st George vineyards the Hotel has been recently updated and renovated. The rooms are Modern and very well equipped with USB sockets by the bed and very good shower. The bed was very comfortable and we had skylights looking up at the stars! The welcome from the staff was very good, we were asked about breakfast (which because of the dreaded C19 was no longer a buffet) we chose from a selection and it was served the following morning outside in the terrace in a lovely garden with a Mill stream running through it We tasted and bought some wine from the Owners Grandfather’s vineyard. We had dinner in the nearby Bistro Lucian in Gevery Chambertain which was superb Highly recommend this hotel as a place to explore the area. We will stay there again"
"We stayed in July 2018 in this hotel and the hotel had recently changed ownership. The new owners are investing seriously and we stayed in one of the new as well as one of the older rooms. The new rooms are great and we had one of the best beds we ever stayed in in France! Friendly owners and good breakfast. They do not have a restaurant although some of the pictures are still showing this and some booking sites have not updated this. The hotel owners reserved a table at the restaurant Chambolle which is a closeby village and of top quality. We will gladly return!"
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8




4/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
22 boulevard de la Marne, Dijon, Bourgogne-Franche-Comte, France
"We have booked this hotel many times for following reasons: Accessability, garage, good restaurant, renovated rooms with good beds, free breakfast for seniors. With our last booking for august 22 things went completely wrong. Receptionist did not know the internet prices. Manager whom we had to call later told us that we had to make the booking via internet, which went wrong because we were not accepted as Accor club members. When we tried to get a new password this was never confirmed. Called again the manager and finally coul get the internet rate but without free breakfast, which we allways got in the past. Oh yes we could get the senior rate at 160 Euros incl. breakfast, but with the internet rate at just below 110 Euros the free breakfast disappeared. After some more discussions with the manager we decidi to book an other hotel. Shame on Accor."
"We stayed 2 nights at this hotel due to particular circumstances. The room size is big, separate bathroom separate toilets, mini-bar, coffee machine, safe, flat TV and free wifi. The room and the hotel are very clean, parking was free, it has a gastronomic restaurant and private swimming pool. Our room was overlooking the swimming pool. The personnel was very helpful and allowed us to late checking. "
"Clean rooms, good size. Staff weren’t particularly friendly but efficient. We chose this hotel as it had free parking and it was very easy to get the tram into town, it suited us perfectly. Towels were thin and scratchy. Pillows were terrible! Mercure please provide glasses to drink from instead of plastic and proper tea cups instead of paper! Really not good enough.."
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9




4/5
Very Good
12 Reviews
11 Route De Beaune, Marsannay-la-Cote, Bourgogne-Franche-Comte, France
"The breakfast is good, the fly is flying; the hotel interior is very well decorated, the typical French modern style, the room is also very big, the only thing is that there is no elevator, the pool is a bit simple, there is no beauty; there is parking lot, close to the top of Burgundy The wine producing area; the hotel has no front desk, open office, and has a close relationship with the guests, but it is easy to see the flaws in their work, there is no efficiency, but this is a common problem of the French, and the enthusiasm can resolve all the deficiencies."
"Okay."
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10




4.6/5
Outstanding
10 Reviews
3, Place Grangier, Dijon, Bourgogne-Franche-Comte, France
"If you spend the night in this city, it's a great hotel. The location is very good, the surroundings are very quiet, and there are very good restaurants nearby. If you had stayed here, you would not have chosen another hotel"
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