We enjoyed our stay at Hotel Phillipe le Bon. The restaurant was probably one of our favorite things about the hotel. The food was amazing and the staff was fantastic.
The one concern we had was around the maid staff. They left our hotel room door wide open after cleaning the room, several times. We mentioned this to the front desk and the response we got was along the lines of "they always do this" and they didn't see anything wrong with it. I have concerns with our belongings being left wide open for any one in the hotel to have access to.
This family-friendly Dijon hotel is located in the historical district, just steps from La Vie Bourguignonne Museum and …More
we enjoyed our stay in Dijon...and the hi-light was renting bikes and riding along the canal...and we stopped at one of the lock houses for lunch that was a spectacular day. As well we did the Owl walk around the old town and this was very informative and you get to see allot of the town. and another day we took the train to Bauone.
The hotel is located almost next to the train station which is very convenient for travellers relying on public transport.
Traveller from British Columbia
Located in the heart of Dijon, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Dijon Cathedral, Darcy Square, and Arquebuse Gardens …More
The two nights we spent at the Campanile Dijon Centre - Gare were super pleasant, comfortable and clean. It is really conveniently located (a hop, skip and jump from the train station), which was a relief when you have 20-odd kilograms of luggage to drag along.
Everything is within walking distance, including heaps of food, shopping and sights to see. The tourism office is across the road so you can get your Owl guide. The room was very clean, spacious compared with some of the others we had stayed in and had coffee/tea making facilities (which, in 2 degree weather, is a necessity!).
If you're looking for somewhere cheap, clean and convenient, this is the place to go.
Traveller from Melbourne, Australia
Located in the heart of Dijon, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Darcy Square and Dijon Cathedral. Arquebuse Gardens …More
Overall this 5 story Hotel/Motel had a very inviting 1st impression, also with the attached Restaurant as an extra facility, given the location is about 15mins from Dijon township.
We had an 'all you can eat' buffet dinner for $16Euro per person and I must say, the food selection was 6 star! The only criticism I have is the BED itself was very uncomfortable to sleep in, the mattress must be past its due by date. We found ourselves feeling like we had slept in a large hammock, which really lets the whole experience down due to such a minor detail which CAN be fixed!
Situated in Longvic, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of La Vie Bourguignonne Museum, Museum of Sacred Art, and Arquebuse …More
"Lovely boutique hotel an easy 10 minute walk to th"
We stayed at the Hotel Wilson for two nights in September and had a wonderful time. Our room was comfortable and the staff were very friendly and helpful. At our request, they recommended a bike rental shop to accommodate our desire to bike out of town into the beautiful Bourgogne (Burgundy) countryside. The fountain in the circle on which the hotel is located is lovely, and it’s a charming 10 minute walk to the must-see Place de la Libération, nearby restaurants, and all the other sights that make Dijon a worthwhile destination.
Traveller from Albuquerque
Situated on the boardwalk, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Magnin Museum, Liberation Square, and La Vie …More
This is a great value for money hotel with FREE parking and that counts for quite a lot. The room was spotless, very spacious and comfortable. Although on a busy roundabout and close to the Tram Stop it was very quiet with good soundproofing. The staff were all very helpful and spoke perfect English.
Traveller from West Yorkshire
This family-friendly Dijon hotel is located in the historical district, within a 15-minute walk of Dijon Congrexpo and Church …More
The renowned mustard is still made here, but Dijon offers so much more. The capital city of Burgundy is also well known for its wine making. Dijon is a walker's paradise, with bustling pedestrian-only thoroughfares to explore, many lined with street vendors and cafes. And with most of its pre-WWII architecture intact, Dijon boasts a spectacular density of Gothic and Renaissance structures.