Time-burnished if not time-stained, this old-fashioned hotel was built in 1817, where parts of the abbey once stood. It offers rooms that are for the most part spacious and well appointed with eclectic, modern furnishings, as well as a small garden. The restaurant is done with a sober pink palette and serves comfort cuisine, such as sandre cuit à la plancha (grilled pike perch); it is closed Tuesday and Wednesday, and the first week of July.
Pl. de l'Abbaye, Cluny, 71250, France
Feb 16, 2006
Built right into the walls of the former Abbey, this hotel offers friendly service. The floor layout is eclectic, with views of tiled rooftops, courtyard and the abby facade. Elegant restaurant with extensive regional wine list.