Romantik Hotel De La Poste - Beaune

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

3-5 Boulevard Clemenceau
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
41%
55
Average
7%
10
Poor
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2
Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 41% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families82
  • Couples85
  • Solo80
  • Business80

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Forum Posts

Driving to Cote d'azur from Calais

by S2000Lee

We are travelling to Mandelieu, by car, early June..Can anyone tell me should we book hotel en route or will it be fairly easy to find somewhere when we decide we have had enough driving? Any suggestions for towns/villages to stop in would be useful too. Travelled to Dordogne couple of years ago and spent ages looking for hotel we had booked just outside Poitiers, after passing lots of places we could have tried to get a room! Many thanks.

Re: Driving to Cote d'azur from Calais

by Tilleke

In june there will probably be no problem finding a hotel on your road but I prefer B & B and I always take with me the guide ""Gîtes de France" with addresses and phone numbers.

Tilleke

Re: Driving to Cote d'azur from Calais

by F_Meignant

More or less 1200km from Calais to Mandelieu. Motorway all the way: around 10 hours driving.
Here is a site where you can build your itinerary:

http://www.viamichelin.com/viamichelin/gbr/dyn/controller/HomePage;jsessionid=0000U5ICVD32PBN2C4UELKNXNOQ+v0giiq37

On this site, you may also find selection of hotels with comments.

Depends at what time you're living Calais, but a nice stop is at the Burgundy city of Beaune, more or less half the way.
Several hotels mentioned on the site above. As far as I remember, the "hotel de la Poste" at Beaune is correct and well situated.
Beautiful city for a short visit.
Try the Burgundy wines!!!
Have a nice trip
François

Re: Driving to Cote d'azur from Calais

by Torontogal

You've already been given excellent advice. My only caveat would be to check for any holidays, and consider reserving for Friday and Saturday nights, that's when I've had problems. Have fun!

Travel Tips for Dijon

Greatest Drink Ever!

by kaffeine11

When at any restaurant or bar in Dijon, order a Kir. This drink is a regional specialty named after a former mayor of the city. Made from a black current liquor (Crème de Cassis) et white wine, it is an ideal before dinner drink. If you are feeling fancy, you can also order a Kir Royal, which replaces the white wine with champaign.

Place Francois-Rude

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

The author of Tour d'Eiffel was born in Dijon. Dijon is famous by the mustard which was begun to make in Ancient Egypt and China, but it have been brought to its manufacture of perfection in Dijon.

A variety of its grades amazes: mustard with a raspberry, a black currant, cognac, liquor - with what only it do not to make! There is even the Mustard Museum.

Place Darcy

by barryg23

Place Darcy is an elegant square, open-spaced area in the centre of Dijon. Most of the main streets converge here, and it is full of cafes and restaurants. There is a small arc at one end of the square - probaly called Arc de Triomphe as in other French towns.

Dijon, FR

by dromosapien

"dromosapien"

Porte Guillaume

a.k.a. Arc de Triomphe

constructed 1788, on the site of the earlier defensive city gate named for the Dijon abbot Guillaume de Volpiano (962-1031) born in Italy

address: Place Darcy, the square named for hydraulic engineer Henry Philibert Gaspard Darcy (1803-1858) who devised a system to supply the city with water

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* Dijon
population: 152,000

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"Palais des Ducs et des Etats de Bourgogne"

- former Palace of the Dukes and the States of Burgundy

constructed: 1365 -1685 in phases beginning with the Tour de Bar (tower) ending with the façade visible in the photo

façade architect: Jules Hardouin Mansart (1646-1708)
current use: city hall, museum and art school.

"Place de la Liberation"

- one of two mirror image semicircle Place de la Liberation arcades facing the Palais Des Ducs across the square,

constructed: 1682-1701

Place de la Liberation, was constructed as Place Royale its named was changed to Place d'Armes after the French Revolution (1789-99), then changed again to Place du Marechal Petain during the WWII German 1940-44 occupation of Dijon.

DIJON - the capital of the Dukes of Burgundy

by Lilasel


Dijon is nowadays a modern capital of Burgundy with more than two hundred thousand inhabitants.

The heir to an exceptional architectural heritage, Dijon accounts for 97 ha of nationally classed monuments. Glazed rooftops, private mansions of the 17th and 18th centuries, the Saint Benign Cathedral, the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy... The Estate of Rameau and Bossuet, rented by Voltaire, and in which Gustave Eiffel was born, was classed first in France for urban tourism.

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 Romantik Hotel De La Poste - Beaune

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

De La Poste Hotel
De La Poste Beaune

Address: 3-5 Boulevard Clemenceau