Chateau De Bagnols
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Located in the heart of Beaujolais the 4* Chateau De Bagnols is one of France’s most important listed historical buildings and an architectural treasure. The hotel features moats, surrounding walls and towers, transporting guests through France’s unique history. The Chateau is surrounded by vines and classic French styled gardens.
Each of the 19 rooms at the Chateau De Bagnols has been exclusively decorated with antiques and mural paintings, which have been restored, offering guests a piece of history in every room.
The Chateau De Bagnols features a roman pool for guests to relax in. The hotel also offers golf facilities and the prestigious on site restaurant serves up traditional local cuisine with a contemporary twist. The menu is inspired by the abundance of quality produce from the local markets. Dine in style in the evenings in the hotel restaurant, where dinner is served in front of one of the largest gothic chimneys in Europe.
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SAVE YOUR MONEY !!!!
Stay Date: 01/2017, frank r wrote this review.
The chateau has been extraordinarily renovated by 2 previous owners...only to be neglected by the obviously inexperienced in hotels, third owner...but they still took my money as if he had....The signs says 5 stars, but in my opinion , I can only i… See more
The chateau has been extraordinarily renovated by 2 previous owners...only to be neglected by the obviously inexperienced in hotels, third owner...but they still took my money as if he had....The signs says 5 stars, but in my opinion , I can only imagine 3 would be more accurate as it did not match the service and decorum that I have experienced in other 5 stars around the world. the paid for sign "relais & chateaux " does not mean that all is going to be taken care of, as it did years ago, I have had much better everything, in many, many other places .The "1 Michelin star " restaurant was the target of the very,very, wealthy owner, I was told....and his main goal, but Alas...there is an Hotel side which is more like a huge ship...without a captain,The entrance gives straight into the Cafe, which looks more like a Cafeteria from the 70's that you see in Movies, there is zero attention to details as a 5 stars should have, a complete lack of experienced staff in the Hotel, bar the cleaning ladies..nobody else...who do a great job keeping everything in our room, pristine...the open kitchen on a Saturday night, could be seen firing as well as they could with what looked like a reduced staff...and a extremely arrogant , uneducated , inexperienced young guy acting as a headwaiter in charge of running the restaurant !?!?! you can have it... I wont be back, and I have told you !!! Collapse
Charm in Bagnols
Stay Date: 12/2016, panliebe480 wrote this review.
Romantic setting, imposing grounds coupled with excellent food and very friendly service. An old Chateau turned into a beautiful boutique hotel with large comfortable rooms beautifully decorated. Perfect place for a romantic getaway.
Romantic setting, imposing grounds coupled with excellent food and very friendly service. An old Chateau turned into a beautiful boutique hotel with large comfortable rooms beautifully decorated. Perfect place for a romantic getaway. Collapse
Stay Date: 12/2016, Sarah H wrote this review.
It is like walking into another world...always a treat and a pleasure no matter the time of the year! The restaurants are gorgeous and there is nothing like eating al fresco in the drawbridge in the summer!
It is like walking into another world...always a treat and a pleasure no matter the time of the year! The restaurants are gorgeous and there is nothing like eating al fresco in the drawbridge in the summer! Collapse
Stunning Chateau in a beautiful village
Stay Date: 12/2016, Andrew W wrote this review.
This 13th Century Chateau has been superbly restored and converted into a luxury hotel. Walking around the main house, the outbuildings and gardens you feel like you have been transported back in time or are on a medieval film set. No expense seems… See more
This 13th Century Chateau has been superbly restored and converted into a luxury hotel. Walking around the main house, the outbuildings and gardens you feel like you have been transported back in time or are on a medieval film set. No expense seems to have spared in restoring the former beauty of the buildings and garden but adding modern comforts. When we stayed it was minus 3 degrees outside yet the underfloor heating and the superb atrium covered courtyard were completely comfortable. We had very kindly been upgraded to a duplex room to accommodate our dog as this had direct access to an outdoor terrace and it oozed charm from every nook and cranny. A delightful late afternoon was spent in the first floor lounge where drinks were swiftly served, the internet access was high quality and a very attentive member of staff regularly topped up the real fire. An even more stunning room is the main restaurant where we enjoyed a delicious dinner from the Michelin starred chef. A memorable dinner was only let down but a long delay between our starters and main course. An apology and explanation was only given after almost an hour of wondering why everyone else was being serve except us! Breakfast however was a total let-down. The buffet is nicely set up in the lovely atrium however it is self-service to the point of being no-service. The one young lady on duty was unwelcoming and seemed to specialise in doing as little as possible resulting in a build up of used plates, cutlery etc on your table (and nowhere else to move it to yourself) and when I pointed out to her that all the "hot buffet" items were in fact inedible due to being cold she simply said "OK, merci" and flounced off. I would have at least have expected a small apology and, given it's a five star hotel, perhaps an offer to make something fresh. She then surpassed herself by idling watching as my wife and I opened and held open the doors to help the waiter delivering large breakfast trays to the rooms - clearly not in her job description! Fortunately this awful member of staff was more than compensated for by the lovely chap who checked us out. On hearing that we had not received the complimentary bottle of wine we were due (as we had booked through Mr & Mrs Smith), he not only gave us two bottles but also removed the charges for breakfast as an apology - which saved us having to mention the shortcomings there! So, in summary, this is a five star building with a five star dinner and some five star and some three staff and breakfast. Collapse
Incredibly lovely, magical place
Stay Date: 10/2016, SF2UK wrote this review.
We stayed here for one night during October 2016. Unfortunately, we had a long drive that day, so didnt arrive till night time, so didn't get a chance to fully enjoy the amenties. That being said, it really is a stunning location and place. The ro… See more
We stayed here for one night during October 2016. Unfortunately, we had a long drive that day, so didnt arrive till night time, so didn't get a chance to fully enjoy the amenties. That being said, it really is a stunning location and place. The room we stayed in outer houses was huge and provided more than enough space for my husband and I and our 2 girls under 3. We picked it because we were looking for someplace nice that was family friendly. They provided a cot bed for our baby and were able to bring in a mattress to create a pallet on the floor for our 2 year old. The only reason I'm not giving 5 bubbles is that they seemed to be quite low on staff when we were there. It took quite a while to get buzzed into the gates for entry around 7pm-ish and again, also took a while to get checked in. Additionally, we tried to get a table for dinner at the restaurant and tried calling the front desk quite a few times and no one picked up. When it was finally answered, we were told the last table had just been booked so our only choice was room service. The food was...Ok...but definitely not worth the expense (I had an omelet and my husband had a sandwich and we got something for our 2 year old...bill was close to €60. All in all though, we would go back again in a heartbeat, because it really is stunning, and despite being a bit understaffed, the staff was very friendly. Collapse
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