The 4-star Hotel Château de Challanges is located on the outskirts of Beaune, in the heart of Burgundy. The main building is a 19th-century residence, immersed in a 17 acres (7 hectares) park with a river that hides an old underground passage, and a seasonal swimming pool with poolside umbrellas and poolside bar. The customized guestrooms and suites have been decorated with care and good taste and will welcome you in an intimate and relaxing atmosphere. The ancient manor hosts suites on the ground floor and single and double rooms on the second floor. An annex with view of the outdoor swimming pool has additional accommodations. Pathways, parking, and some rooms have accessibility features. The hotel bar is the ideal place for a last drink before going to sleep. In the high season, the bar is open from 3 PM until midnight. Moreover, the hotel features banquet facilities, a laundry service, a library, gift shop, garden, terrace, an equipped conference room with a capacity for 15 people, and secretarial services. Furthermore, complimentary wireless Internet access and free parking are available. Its magnificent stucco ceiling and luxurious furniture radiate the charm of old times. The hotel also has a running path onsite. Child care is available for a fee.
A wonderful place to relax after a long journey. Very pretty, excellent service and great staff. Have stayed before and will definately go again.
Not much, although the room was clean.
Room was tiny - so small they put the television on top of the wardrobe. We had to drag our suitcase up two flights of stairs. The breakfast room was more like Butlin's than a chateuax.
the staff did not understand english
The Chateau has an absolute beautiful garden setting. Very comfortable and relaxing. We enjoyed the later afternoon service in the garden with great wines. Very friendly service and helpful
we very much liked the building itself and the atmosphere of the chateau. We has a very pleasant stay, and found the staff very friendly and helpful. We had breakfast on the terrace and it was perfect.