Mercure Dijon Centre Clemenceau4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Nice interior and decoration. Spacious rooms with separate function of vestibule, toilet, and bedroom. So many doors in the room. Vestibule always cool during winter. Soft and comfort bedroom. Clean. Hotel is quite far from city center, but can traveling by tram. Very quite area. Breakfast for group tour had been set in different place as normal guests. Just couple types of food and drink on the buffet line.
I have stayed at a Mercure hotel before. This one had a nicer room than in Budapest. It was booked with Viking Cruises. The room is a bit out of the town. You need to take a tram-a bit confusing a first. There are really no great restaurants close by-you must go into town. The room was strange. The toilet was completely by itself with no sink. The shower & sink were in a separate room. There was no space for unpacking clothes-just a very modern table top and some side tables by the bed with no drawers. There was some closet space for hanging. Not enough electrical outlets. We had trouble with our TV. There was no good bar food in the lobby. Breakfast was very limited. Disappointing.
We recently spent two nights at the Mercure Dijon Centre Clemenceau. The room was tiny with no drawer space to unpack. We had been spending long days in Paris and looked forward to a good night's sleep, but we soon discovered that we had a problem. Our room was directly above a conference room, and there was something very loud going on in there on a Monday night. The hotel was nowhere near full, probably less than half full, but this second floor, right above the conference, was almost completely occupied. Many of us went to the front desk or called them several times to complain, but they didn't seem to care at all about it. If not for this experience, I would have given this hotel 4 stars. The restaurant was quite nice. We had a delicious dinner there as well as two great breakfasts. The other problem with the room is that the hotel had turned off the air conditioning for the year at the beginning of October, but it was quite warm. We opened our window to let in some cool air, but that was also a problem since hotel employees go right outside the hotel under the guest rooms to smoke. Our room soon filled with the smell of smoke, another thing that several others complained about as well. We aren't sure what else is available in Dijon, but some research might help you decide whether this place is the best value for the money.
We stayed here with our Viking River group last week. The first morning of our stay, my husband woke up with a severe nose bleed which resulted in us taking an ambulance to the local hospital. It's a long story, but we ended up having to quit our tour group to stay behind several days to address the medical issues. Our tour director asked the Front Desk to keep an eye out for us and take us under their wing. They were all wonderful--Celine, the hotel manager and many others who offered assistance and provided prompt support when we needed it. Our chamber maid was a sweetheart and provided us with extra towels and a smile. Even though it was a stressful time for us, the staff made us as comfortable as possible until we had arrangements to head home. The Sunday brunch and some of the meals we had in the hotel restaurant were also very good. Only suggestion would be get a room facing the back as the front rooms face a busy roundabout so it was noisy when the window was open. Merci beaucoup!
We were booked into this hotel for 2 nights by our Viking tour group, the first week of October. The rooms were small, as expected, but the air conditioning had been "turned off" for the season. Our room was warm and were told by the staff to just open the window, but below was a very loud, busy street intersection. The room and bath were well appointed, clean, and comfortable beds. The concierge service at the desk was very helpful. However, the included breakfast buffet was limited with inadequate service.
Very pleasant for a corporate hotel. Lovely reception staff and a very nice and extremely efficient young lady behind the bar. The room was large, clean and functional with a great TV! We asked for some bread and cheese to nibble on as we arrived late and they were most accommodating. Breakfast was good, though they seemed very eager to take it all away when people were very obviously still eating.
After 100 miles on the highway, it was nice to arrive at a very good hotel. Parking in the garage, elevator directly to the reception, easy and nice check-in, directly to the room, and there we find a wonderful room. Could it be better? Yes it was, the restaurant. After having done a trip in the center of Dijon we went back to the hotel. After some rest we had chosen to relax in the hotel's restaurant. We were very well received, got a lovely table and an excellent service. We were guided in the menu both for food as well as for drinks. The wine menu is extensive and there are many nice wines to choose from. Some of the wine cellar can also be seen through glass walls, nice. The dining experience was as good as you had hoped, and always a very attentive serving staff. Thanks. The breakfast is then served in the same room as dinner and there was no difference there. A well-taken breakfast buffet, good juices, amazing coffee, good pastries, yes everything is like a good breakfast should be. The small things we could note regarding what the hotel could develop was better air-conditioning in the room, as well as as usual the staff could have greater security in the English language. I of course apologize for my own lack of knowledge in French.
Very nice hotel, lovely rooms and well organised, we stayed here with a group and food was lovely. Great breakfast. A walk into the centre of Dijon, but the trams were easy to use.we would like to go back
friendly and helpful reception staff. Room very nice but air conditioning didn't seem to work needed .to open window to cool room breakfast was supposed to be until 11am we arrived at 10 am but choice was limited and by 10.30 staff were clearing away .not the best mercure breakfast we have eaten.
A handicap accessible room with king size bed was booked through the internet. A week before arrival I contacted the hotel to ensure we had a handicap accessible room and was informed the accessible rooms had 2 twin beds. They did change our reservation to the accessible room. The bathroom was large with grab bars at the toilet and in the roll in shower. There was a shower bench in the shower. The room a little small to get all around in a wheelchair, but large enough to get in and to 1 of the beds in a wheelchair. There was plenty of room if using crutches. There was a choice of buffet breakfast in the restaurant or express breakfast of juice, croissants and coffee in the bar which was very satisfactory. The hotel entrance is accessible and the tram is across the street which is very accessible and easy to use. You could take the tram to the train station or to the edge of the older center of the city and walk to the sites. The sidewalks had wheelchair cutouts and the center has pedestrian walkways, some smooth and some cobblestone.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool
Mercure Dijon Centre Clemenceau places you next to Dijon Congrexpo and within a 15-minute walk of Maison des Cariatides. This 123-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. It's in the historical district and also a short walk from Parks & Gardens and Église St-Michel.
This hotel serves as home to a fine-dining restaurant, which has pool views and specializes in French cuisine, along with a bar. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.
Mercure Dijon Centre Clemenceau's 123 rooms are air-conditioned and provide free weekday newspapers, free bottled water, and safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and 102-cm flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include phones and desks.
Mercure Dijon Centre Clemenceau features an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and 5 meeting rooms. You can take advantage of free parking if you drive. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include conference space, a seasonal outdoor pool, and a computer station.
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82% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1074 reviews