Building with a rich history, Food quality was excellent, the service very nice, we ate a "Sucrerie-menu all-inn", and it was surprisingly good, very refined and tasty. We really enjoyed it. The wine and water all-in was really all in, our glasses were never empty,
the only thing that was a pity: visitors of the hotel got in the dining room because of the poor " room signalling" in front of the entrance. So it was an in and out of people who didn't know where to be or where to go with there luggage.
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