Aigle Noir Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

27 Place Napoleon Bonaparte, BP 100, Fontainebleau, Ile-de-France, 77300, France

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Very Good
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  • Families93
  • Couples91
  • Solo66
  • Business87
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    Aigle Noir - a touch of elegance

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    very nice hotel, excellent service, perfect location, right in the center, close to the palace and opposite the entrance to the park.

    The PRICE that I quote here is per room with double occupancy, not per person as they do not charge like this.

    Unique Quality: Breakfast is very good.
    They have an Honesty Bar in the lobby, where guests serve themselves any drinks they want and pay according the pricelist. No waiters :) I liked this very much. You feel really at home in this lobby. The lobby itself is actually a kind of а big living room.

    Next to the hotel entrance they have a small food and beverages boutique. You can buy there a bottle of champaign and small snacks and have all this right there in the hotel yard. You just nee the weather to be right :)

    The hotel leaves very warm feelings.

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    Hotel right in the center of town

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    We did not stay at the Aigle Noir, I had checked into the rates on booking.com and the rates were simply too high for me on the days we wanted to stay. After I saw the location, I was sort of glad that I didn't, it was right across from the chateau on a busy street, somehow I had thought it was in a more remote location. Parking is extra, 10€ according to booking.com.

    However, if you want to stay in the center of Fontainebleau within walking distance of the chateau, I'd add that booking.com had this hotel listed on it's flash deals every time I looked, just not for the days that I wanted. The hotel is highly rated on booking.com, I've used them many times to book hotels in Europe and you can only create a review if you've stayed there. I think you have to create a profile on booking.com and have them email the flash deals for you to get them. For some of the days around mine, the rates were half of what they were normally.

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Travel Tips for Fontainebleau

Barbizon

by roamer61

Not far from Fontainebleau is the small artist town of Barbizon. It was here where during the period from 1830-1870 that such artists as Francois Millet, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot and other lived and worked. There are numerous artists studios and shops. Several homes of famous artists are open as museums. Some tours to Fontainebleau include a stop here.

Chateau de Fontainebleau... Last glimpses

by Krystynn

That's me on the palace grounds. By the way, do you know that Fontainbleau had the noblest garden in all of France?

It was made for a King, Francois I (yes, him again), who wished to rival the great courts of Italy. Though the old knots and statuary have gone, enough of the 1528-1547 layout survives to give one a sense of how gardens were arranged in sixteenth century France.

Chateau-land

by dinhyen

In retrospect, I still have a hard time believing that we had driven the 1100 km from Nice to Rouen in just one day, and yet also managed to make a detour in Fontainebleau. Fortunately the chateau was closing just as we got there, otherwise we might never have made it to Rouen :)

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by dromosapien

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Quartier Henri IV of the Chateau de Fontainebleau

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"Jardin Anglais"

- English garden

location: Chateau de Fontainebleau

"Escalier du Fer a Cheval"

- stairs of the iron horse

constructed: c.1548
architect: Philibert Delorme (c.1514-70)
builder: Henri II (1519-59)
reconstructed: 1632-34
architect: Jean Androuet Du Cerceau (c.1585–1650)
location: Cour du Cheval Blanc, Chateau de Fontainebleau

"Cour du Cheval Blanc"

- courtyard of the white horse, a.k.a. Cour des Adieux as it is the site of Napoleon’s farewell before his exile to Elba 20 April 1814

location: Chateau de Fontainebleau

"Marche"

- market

"Allee Napoleon"

location: Chateau de Fontainebleau

"Gare de Fontainebleau-Avon"

architect: Francois Alexis Cendrier (1803-93)

Small town history at Milly-la-Forêt

by Sinjoor

A few minutes away from the town square and the halle the village church stands quietly flanked by a shadowed parking lot.

Along the side of the church the shadowed parking lot offers refreshment on a hot summer day and, with a bit of imagination, a slightly mediterrenean atmosphere to those willing to let their minds wander.

A stone throw away from the church the "lavoire" offers some shade yet again. As the name suggests this place used to be where people came to wash things, most probably their laundry.

Right next to the lavoire the castle looms impressively. Once great no doubt, like its nearby "big cousin" at Fontainebleau, it now stands empty and silent, like a distinguished old lady trying to keep up appearances. Nowadays it furnishes a home for pigeons, geese and other waterfowl and kingfishers.

In a backstreet of the town suddenly a modern construction appears, wonderfully integrated into the ancient architecture.

Milly-la-Forêt's Town Hall, standing proudly, guns by the sides of its entrance, as if ready to ward off any ill intentioned intruder it seems.

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Address: 27 Place Napoleon Bonaparte, BP 100, Fontainebleau, Ile-de-France, 77300, France