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Reviewed 7 October 2010

Chose this hotel for its champagne package - well it is in the middle of the champagne region.

The hotel did not let us down, excellent food, a champagne list to die for and very professiona//attentive service.

We would happily go again.

The only slight downside was the trek from the reception area to our room in the new extension, but with all the food and wine some extra exercise was required.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank NAJB
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Reviewed 19 August 2010

All rooms are advertised with a terrace or balcony with a garden view - not so. Had a ground floor room which overlooked the cycle rack. Clean and comfortable but not what was expected from a 4 star hotel. Pool has a shallow end so limited for adult swimming and no towels available in pool area. Breakfast buffet good and restaurant excellent.

  • Stayed: August 2010, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank SMP66
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Reviewed 23 August 2009

We stayed in Hostellerie du Mont Aime for 3 nights in August. Please be aware that in August all French people are on holiday, so Bergeres les Vertus and surroundings is a bit ghost town likely.

There are different rooms in the hostellerie and we stayed in the "new" rooms, which we found out were already 9 years old. Furnishing in the whole hostellerie therefore is quite outdated. But rooms are generously spaced and all have a nice terrace or balcony. We stayed in room 67 which is on the sunny side of the building. The beds are fine, the rooms are fully equipped, there is a shower built in the bath (bathroom looks fresh and includes nice towels and even bathrobes). We did not turn on the tv, but is should have a selections of international channels. There also is a (pricey) minibar. During our stay it was very hot and the rooms could use an airco or a ventilator (which are not there).

Drinks are EUR 4,50 for a minimum (cola, beer everything is priced the same), so it saves you some money to visit the nearby located Carrfour supermarket.

But then, the restaurant. The food and service in the restaurant were really excellent and sort of upgraded our stay. Starting with breakfast. Breakfast selection was as usual, but with food of a really good quality. We had dinner in the restaurant for all 3 nights (which was in first instance mainly due of the fact that we could not locate any other open restaurant in the neighbourhood or the village of Vertus). The quality of the food was very very nice. It is preferred to chose a menu (which is the best option price wise as well) and every course of the menus to chose from was of the best taste and quality.

Overall we had a nice trip in the Champagne area, and booght some very nice champagne in Cramant from a small local farmer called Benoit Diot-Legras.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled with family
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1  Thank Suzy737
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Reviewed 26 June 2007

We overnighted here on our way back from Switzerland.
The reception staff were very welcoming and efficient and showed us to our suite of rooms. The bedrooms and bathroom were large, very clean and comfortable with plenty of large fluffy towels.

The restaurant was excellent and although there was a children's menu it was not the usual chicken nuggets rubbish. My two sat down to canapes to start, fillet steak cooked to perfection with saute potaoes and vegetables to follow and chocolate torte to finish. They cleaned their plates. As would be expected they carried a very large wine list to suit all tastes and pockets.

Breakfast was an extensive buffet of cereals, cold meats and cheeses, croissants, rolls and breads, cooked sausages, eggs, fruit, jams, and plenty of coffee.

The children were given colouring books and crayons to keep them occupied, but to be honest the buffet breakfast done that.

This is a lovely hotel to stay overnight in or to explore this lovely area of France.

  • Stayed: July 2006, travelled with family
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2  Thank Obetraun
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Reviewed 11 April 2006

Warm, efficient well-run hotel in Champagne country. A blizzard and a breakdown meant we arrived three hours late, at 9pm. Nothing was a problem. We were ushered into a warm, busy dining-room, order swiftly taken, champagne poured. The next morning our bill was ready - minus our friends' room. (We thought the hotel might reasonably have charged for this.) Generous sized rooms, comfortable beds, big bathrooms, outdoor swimming pool in process of being enlarged. A great stopover, or a base for exploring the Champagne region.

10  Thank quaestor
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