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Hotel Du Sauvage
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Reviewed 23 July 2014

Booked through Booking.com. Great price. Entrance to hotel through court yard and past restaurant built expectations. Up stairs to reception which was small and tired looking with view into private accommodation and on other side small functional breakfast room and my doubts set in. Room was on corridor next the reception which looked well worn and in need of overdue refurbish. Room was spacious but on the very shabby side go shabby chic. It was, at least, clean. Bathroom also dated, chipped wash basin, very 1960s fittings - in urgent need of refurb. Hot water, clean towels and in centre of old city, so I put up with it. Can't help wondering if this was the suite reserved for cheap deals. Breakfast typically French, plenty on offer and ok, tho lacked ambience.

Room Tip: Ask to see photo of your room and facilities
  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled with friends
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Thank chaddys2
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Reviewed 14 July 2014

Set on the Rue Monge, central/south western Dijon, within walking distance of the old city centre, shops, market, restaurants,etc, it's a quaint hotel, and look s beautiful from the exterior. I'd suggest a quick look on Googlemaps (Streetview) to ensure you can see the entrance to the hotel; Rue Monge is a one way street and it would be easy to miss the hotel and have to negotiate your way back to it again. The entrance is tight and opens into a beautiful vined courtyard, around which most of the rooms are arranged. There's a stone barn/garage in which to park - again, very tight manoeuvring required. Parking is the main issue that would put me off staying here again: Whilst we had no problems getting in and out, others did: At 6.00am on two of the three mornings we stayed here, we could hear grinding clutches, shouted instructions from passengers, forward/reversing - very annoying when you're trying to sleep! It's not the fault of the hotel - the parking is useful, but entails negotiating some narrow openings. In my opinion, guests really should be a bit more considerate / confident / capable with their cars. Either that, or think ahead and park your car where it's easiest to get out. The interior of the hotel is a little dated with a few bit of neglect here and there. Nothing major: A few cracked tiles, lights which don't work - but to be fair, we asked for a couple of bulbs to be replaced and they were. We didn't have breakfast, but it looked OK - yoghurt, cereal, bread, the usual. The staff are courteous and the rooms not expensive (€60 ish for a double room). On balance, it's a decent enough budget hotel. The plusses are its external beauty and the excellent Restaurant Sauvage (not part of the hotel, but on the same site) and the hotel's proximity to the old town centre, shops and tourist sites (10 minutes walk away - there's no need to drive - the tram system is also excellent). The minuses really relate to other guests' lack of consideration, exacerbated by the layout (e.g. breakfast room proximity to one corridor of rooms).

Room Tip: DON'T get a room in the corridor adjoining the breakfast room (Room 5 is at the end of the corridor and we could hear constant noise from the breakfast room from fairly early in the morning).
  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank PeteBM
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Reviewed 1 July 2014

This hotel used to the a coaching inn in the 15th century. Most of the old features are still part of the hotel. Our room no.17, a 3 share room, was up a short spiral staircase that twisted around a very old sturdy wooden central post that I am sure is original. Our room was quiet, the bathroom had good running water and clean, a shower screen would have helped keep the water off the floor though! The room itself was spacious with a double bed and a loft with another double bed and a single bed making it ideal for families or a group of friends. The exposed wooden beams providing a further old world touch. On site parking, which we booked, was good to have as there is nothing much available except taking pot luck with street parking. Breakfast is available for an extra cost, however there is a bakery across the road if a lighter breakfast is preferred. It is also located in easy walking distance from the centre of Dijon. There is also a restaurant in the courtyard, however we did not try it. Good value for the price.

Room Tip: Our room number 17 was excellent
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with friends
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Thank Nan90
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Reviewed 30 June 2014

The exterior is old and charming.
Location is great. Right in the city centre.
Inside the hotel is tired and old. The charm has been removed and replaced with nothing much. It really needs a makeover.
Fortunately we were only staying one night and it wasn't expensive.

Stayed: June 2014, travelled with friends
Thank PhilipJepson
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Reviewed 17 June 2014 via mobile

A lovely gentleman helped is get our room for 3. We were in room #1 with a rollaway bed-it was tight but doable. The room was clean but the bathroom needed some bleach. Water pressure was great. It was very quiet. There wasn't any air conditioning. You can't beat the price of 60 euro.

Stayed: June 2014
Thank kpocampo
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