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Good location, easy walk to restaurants, old town. Good room: clean , comfortable bed, large shower, robe and slippers, 2 single blankets instead of 1 large blanket - nice touch: minimize disturbance to/from your partner. Breakfast is good but average. Be careful with room 302: this is a room on the top floor - wooden beams near the bed. My partner hit his head hard. Also, there was only a small window in this room.
This is a beautiful and well-appointed hotel just outside the city walls. Very charming, full of light, and spotlessly clean. Macarons and wine awaited us in our room. Just a lovely place to stay in Beaune!
Booked 3 Junior suites. When we arrived late in the evening (shortly after midnight) it was clear that none of the rooms had any resemblance to what was shown on their website. Decided to leave that discussion for the next morning as we just wanted to sleep. Next morning went to front desk to ask if our room in fact where the right class and was told that was the case and then got to speak to the manager who admitted that not all rooms had been upgraded to reflect what was portrayed at their website, but as she said if they showed the older rooms no one would book .........Accoding to her only one room had been updated to date (27 Sep 2019) and she couldn't see what more she could do as she clearly couldn't move us now that she only had one room and that was already taken, my proposal to update the pictures on the website to show reality was ill received. Instead she would consider giving us a discount and upon check out got 20 Euro discount for ONE of the two nights we spend there. In conclusion location is not bad and room is ok, it is just not what you think you have booked and the hotel manager or front desk manager should not be allowed to have any human contact !
Beaune is a beautiful small town, and the Hotel de la Poste fits right in. Our room was MUCH bigger than most rooms in Europe, with a roomy bathroom too. Service was very good, too. My only recommendation (really about Beaune and not the hotel) is to arrange for transportation ahead of time if you're not arriving by car! The train station is 1.8 km away, and the walk to the hotel is slightly uphill on some cobblestone paths--difficult with lots of luggage. Part of the charm of such a small town is not having many cabs (and no ride shares!), but plan ahead.
We had the unfortunate experience of staying one night at this hotel. We saw the positive reviews and we were only needing one night so we made a reservation. MISTAKE...HUGE MISTAKE!!! The room was so stifling and we couldn’t open a window because we were on the ground floor next to the street and the stoplight was out the other window! All that aside, the room was awful...carpet dirty, “open” shower, and not one thing pleasing about the room. I wouldn’t use the shower and I slept in my clothes! We couldn’t get out of there fast enough! I really am not that picky but I draw the line at clean! We would NEVER recommend this hotel! Stay at your own risk! I was appalled and had we another option we would have taken it! I considered sleeping on one of the benches in the courtyard! I usually don’t write reviews but I wouldn’t want anyone else to have this experience! We were on a two week trip for our 45th Wedding Anniversary! Our honeymoon all that long ago was in a truck and camper! We would have been better off to stay there! Good Luck and Happy Traveling!
Booked a Luxury Room for AUGUST on their website last APRIL When I arrived at the hotel at 3.30pm was given the worst basic room in the hotel Was told this was the decision of the manager -Annie GERMAIN-who was off duty and not contactable. Was given 2 different excuses by staff why my reservation was changed/ ignored. The reception staff then advised to find another hotel if I didn't like the 'downgrade room'. Offered me a room in a hotel 15 minutes walk from the centre or another hotel nearby for twice the price - this was later in the day at about 7pm When I contacted the manager this morning was given yet another excuse and a could not care less attitude. Attempts to contact the manager at their head office - a Francois Ohlmann have been ignored - clearly this is not the type of organisation you should consider booking through
I booked this hotel about 2 hours before checking in. I booked it on the basis of the underground parking due to a bike I had on the back of my car. On arrival I was informed that the hotel was full and that it was not possible to use the underground parking. After several discussions with a young lady on reception and her boss, that involved a discussion about using a staff parking place or storing my bike in a store room, I was offered an alternative space. This discussion went back and forth and please bear in mind I'm the idiot that doesn't speak French, this was a team trying hard. This might seem trivial to most readers but I cannot overemphasise enough how much the the staff actually cared and went out of their way to help me, The hotel itself is nice enough and the facilities are good, my room is very pleasant and very spacious, nothing exceptional but nothing to complain about. My lasting memory of this hotel was staff that actually truly cared about a guest experience and went above and beyond. On that basis alone I will be booking there again.
We have stayed with Najeti previously in Tilques and in fact it was our next nights stop too, so expected similar prices/standards. As requested we had a ground floor room and reserved accessible car parking space which is charged at 12 euro per night ! Hotel room was lovely if a little dated, on the corner near busy road so was noisy. Internally the hotel is really pretty with lots of dated art deco features including an incredible lift in reception area. Hotel was quiet but that could be because of the prices ! Room was expensive to start with (compared with other stays) plus dinner was too, bar and wine is particularly outrageous a small and very ordinary "craft beer" in a 300ml bottle was 9 euro and a kir with vin balnc a further 8 euro. WINE Prices started at about 50 euro per bottle for fairly ordinary wine, bet they don't sell much. Dinner service was attentive with 2 waiters for about 13 diners you would expect, dinner was nice but paid 29 euro for a fillet steak with bearnaise sauce and cracking chips wifes lamb was 3 very small chops for 27 euros. Decent nights sleep to be fair but to charge 16 euro per person for breakfast on top of 190 for room etc was again outrageous. Had my wife been more mobile there are a couple of bistro type bars where we could have eaten and maybe found a better level of costs drinks wise. I often think these hotels would be much busier if they adopted a more realistic approach to pricing.
This hotel needs to be updated not even shampoo or conditioner in the bathroom. Watch out in the bathroom over the water closet as you will hit your head if you stand straight up. The price is right but in the class of a Motel 89. This is a great hotel if you plan to be out all day. We just came from Macon at panorama 360 what a difference price the same.
We had a classic meal in a wonderfully appointed restaurant. Very reasonable price except for the wine list. Very good wine waiter. A few more economic wines to choose from would have been appreciated. The staff were very happy and this created such a good vibe. The women at the front desk were exceptionally helpful.
Najeti Hôtel de la Poste places you next to Edmond Fallot La Moutarderie and within a 5-minute walk of Collegiate Church of Notre-Dame. This 36-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant and a bar/lounge, along with free in-room WiFi.
In addition to a restaurant that serves dinner, there's also a bar. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee on weekdays from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM and on weekends from 7:00 AM to 10:30 AM.
An LCD TV comes with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Select Comfort beds sport premium bedding and the bathroom offers a hair dryer and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a sofa bed, free newspapers, and free bottled water.
Najeti Hôtel de la Poste features free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and coffee in a common area. Self parking is offered for EUR 12 per night. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with securing valuables, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free newspapers, a terrace, and laundry facilities.