Time-burnished if not time-stained, this old-fashioned hotel was built in 1817 on a site where parts of the abbey once stood. It provides rooms that are, for the most part, spacious and well appointed with eclectic, modern furnishings; some overlook a quiet garden, while others have views of the abbey church. The restaurant is done with a sober pink palette and serves comfort cuisine, such as sandre cuit à la plancha (grilled pike perch); it's closed Tuesday, Wednesday, and the first week of July.
Pl. de l'Abbaye, Cluny, 71250, France