I stayed at this hotel for 10 days while doing research on the nearby Chateau de Cirey (Voltaire's residence). This is an older hotel that charges reasonable prices for their rooms that are neat and clean. The charming "Quai des Peceaux" is about a 2 block walk from the hotel. The main reason to stay at this hotel is the supurb food served in the dining room. The owner of the hotel is a marvelous French chef. I ate here most evenings during my stay because I was so impressed with the cuisine and excellent service. I would definitely stay here again.
This former 18th century postal station continues the tradition of hospitality and conviviality that originally made it famous. All rooms
are subtly and elegantly decorede, and all meals are generous and tropically terroir. Many cultural and touristic activities can ...
No more stagecoaches set out from here for Lyon and Mulhouse. This one time post house became hotel in 1920.
In memory of those days, the place was given the name hotel Lyon Mulhouse Bastille. With the help of ...
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