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The village location; the architecture; the grounds; the peace and quiet Staff were a bit distant, we were reprimanded for taking an apple from a tree which seemed rather rude of them, and unnecessary given the price we paid for our room; hotel could have provided information about shops etc in the locality; breakfast was a bit limited
sooo romantic , built 1700 excellent dining!!! no
Staying in a castle with moat and beautiful surroundings. Found the 35 euro meal just as good (or even better) than the 50 euro meal. However both were excellent!
It's a real 16th century chateau, complete with a moat, in the heart of the Champagne producing area. The staff are very helpful and their recommendations for dinner in a small town nearby was one of the best meals I've ever had (at Le Cheneil Blanc)
we enjoyed the peace and quite in beautiful surroundings. The food in the restaurant was excellent. no safe or television in the room
The recently decorated (built?) rooms, the entourage of the castle, the view and the service.
My absolute favourite hotel. The restaurant is the most amazing experience! Leaving!!!
The chateau was beautiful and the staff very helpful.Our room was a little small and furnished in a shabby chic style but this was reflected in the price we paid,if we had been staying longer than 1 night I would have paid for a bigger room.We ate in the Chateau restaurant which was expensive but well worth it.Unfortunately, we were only passing through as I would have liked to stay longer.Overall a splendid stay. No other restaurants in the village so for a longer stay you would need to travel some distance if you wished to eat out.Drinks were expensive.
This was our second stay and as before it was a pleasure. This time we where in a classic chateau room which was really lovely. Food and wine excellent, haute cuisine without being too fussy 20 euros for the dog was a bit excessive but that is the only negative comment we would make
The hotel restaurant in the Orangerie is top class! The Chateau itself a haven of relaxed atmosphere, fantastic rooms and all in a very beautiful setting. The breakfast was not of the same quality as the rest of the experience.
The Wi-Fi at L'hotel was the best we encoutered in our three months in Europe. Very good value. The location is very ordinary (commercial zone with a large car park, supermarket, McDonalds, etc) unless you are looking to break your journey and be right next to the major road.
Nothing in particular, the town was not at all interesting. The Dining Room was lacking in 'atmosphere'.
Friendly efficient staff, very nice room, good facilities, I.E.swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, gym Just a bit off the beaten track in a not too attractive village
Secure parking and comfortable rooms Evening meal was very patchy. Two of us ordered the lamb - one was superb and the other was nothing but gristle