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We were able to check-in before the obligatory late afternoon hour which made our stay in Dijon all the pleasanter. Underground city parking is around the block and the hotel pays the fee.The rooms are equipped with everything needed for cooking but Dijon is famous for its cuisine so that one should at least try one of the many excellent restaurants. Breakfast in one of the monastery rooms was excellent, lots of fruit and good bread.The personnel were very helpful.
We arrive at 6pm after 5 hours drive from Italy We d live to have a shower but as soon as we reach the reception, the boy disappears ! He comes back after 10 minutes and first of all he asks us if we want to have breakfast next day..... I am tired and I tell him that I don t know but he keeps asking and I say ok, we’ll have breakfast ! He insist for us to pay immediately for breakfast...we pay and we reach the room. It is not quite clean ( hair everywhere in the bathroom, contact lenses of previous customer on the table next to the bed) Worst of everything is that sleeping in the mezzanine is impossible ! Too hot ! There is air conditioning,but only in the kitchen zone.... not in the mezzanine where the ventilator is not enough...others Customers complained for same reasons with no solution from a weak reception Stay to forget.
Located as part of an old nunnery very close to the old town centre, we (a couple) stayed one night in late June. Off the top of my head we paid circa €70 ish which was decent value. Despite being in a lovely old well restored building the rooms wings are very 'modern standard hotel'. The room was fairly large, fairly minimalist with a kitchenette but no tea or coffee provided. Comfortable bed, everything worked. Even the wifi was decent. We were there in a heat wave and when we got into the room it was near 29 deg C. I fiddled for ages with the 'aircon' controlled to try and get the temperature down. Failed and went downstairs only to be told that the hotel didn't have aircon and the control i was fiddling with was for the radiators in the winter! This didn't matter as much as it may as we were able to open the windows and, because the hotel is fairly secluded, there was no traffic noise to worry about. Staff were all friendly and spoke decent English. Although the hotel has a front courtyard where you can park and unload, overnight or any length of time car parking is a couple of blocks away and slightly awkward to get to due to the one way system. Car park worked well as was air-conditioned so it was cool! Didn't select the breakfast option (€12 pp) as we felt there would be much lots of options in the town a short walk away - there were! On the whole i thought the hotel was good value, ideal for a stop over and I'd be happy to return.
I am currently trying to contact the hotel via email as there has been a mess up with my booking. I have emailed as many different addresses as possible. I have the hotel but they didn’t understand what I was saying. I feel like I am going round in circles!!!
This is a historic building totally renovated so the inside resembles a very modern if bland hotel. The kitchenette area is useful but not stocked with tea or coffee. The in- room information is scant but warns of punitively high charges should you the the area in a mess. Breakfast is what you would expect in a hotel of this quality but a little high in price.Only breakfast is offered neither is there a bar, again odd for this size and quality hotel. The real USP for the hotel is the location. Literally on the doorstep of the old city. There is no car park but a temporary unloading area right by the door. The nearest car park is underground and a block away. The prices are a pleasant surprise to must people in the UK! Tip: if you are looking for something light to eat at lunch then there is a small shop, literally round the corner selling fresh sandwiches/rolls and very nice pastries( Rue Pasteur). There are many places nearby for dinner. As part of a tour it suited our needs well but I would not go there for an extended holiday.
Visited end of May for 3 nights. Good points: Great location near centre, walking distance to main sites, quiet, family rooms very big Bad points: No parking drop off only, park in nearby car park at 7 euros per night, no basic coffee, tea or milk provided in room despite having a kitchenette, dishwasher, fridge , kettle and microwave. Reception slow to check in rooms weren't ready yet arrived 330pm Overall: Ask for a room on 2nd floor as floors creaky when walking around, take own tea & coffee, reception ok nothing special. Didn't try hotel food I would stay again purely for the location
The only positive things are the central location and the wonderful building were it is. For the rest it doesn't offer anything more than medium quality hotel. Service completely unpersonal. The price is too expensive for what it offers and breakfast isn't included! The room detached on two floors is very unconfortable.
Stayed here for 3 nights. 2 couples travelling together. We loved Dijon. This was a classic case of expectations. We really did not expect much of Dijon but, for us, it delivered way beyond what we expected. We enjoyed staying at the Odalys albeit we did not actually spend much time in the hotel. Positives: • Good location. Couple of blocks to centre but very close to transport including the free shuttle bus. We would get up and go to Le Declic around the corner for breakfast and get the shuttle from there. • It is an interesting hotel. Certainly not a run of the mill box. Rooms are attempting to be modern in a historical building. • Rooms are clean and well maintained • Check in and check out experience Not so positives: • Rooms are quite small with a lot of stuff packed into them. The kitchenette is mini everything. Small window allowing only a small amount of natural light. • The upstairs loft level got very hot when we stayed. • It's old. The floors creak a lot. Overall, the location and price mean we would stay here again.
Lovely hotel but I must agree with other reviews that the hotel is great but lacks character. The hotel is excellent but they have tried to be modern in the style of the rooms which does spoil a lovely old building. You can unload your car in the reception area and then park In the next street car park.please take coffee and tea as the rooms have a kettle but no ingredients Reception staff extremely helpful and accommodating. Certainly will visit again.
Lovely hotel, a bit tricky to find as it is in the heart of the city so narrow winding streets but a real treat once you arrive. Parking is at the nearby underground public car park but this is very close, plus it is possible to unload your cases in the small short stay parking area at the hotel. Less than 1 minute walk to the city centre, a really lovely city with high quality shops. Rooms are great quality with modern and tasteful decor even though the hotel is very old, but the character has been retained. Bed was big and very comfortable. Staff very friendly and speak perfect English. Hotel was not cheap but the quality was high so a good balance of quality and price. A very good experience all around.
Located in Dijon Centre Ville, Odalys City Dijon Les Cordeliers is next to Museum of Sacred Art and La Vie Bourguignonne Museum. The 74 rooms at this aparthotel include kitchenettes, refrigerators, and microwaves.
Start your day off with buffet breakfast, available for a fee. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service.
Each apartment features a kitchenette with a refrigerator, a microwave, a stovetop, and a dishwasher. Guests can enjoy a flat-screen TV and stay connected with free WiFi. The bathroom offers hair dryers and free toiletries.
At Odalys City Dijon Les Cordeliers, guests have access to a steam room, free WiFi in public areas, and laundry facilities. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the area. This smoke-free aparthotel also has a garden.