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The "Alexandre Dumas" room

The “Alexandre Dumas” room: a distinguished gourmet, he wrote a “Great dictionary of cooking”, which talked about one of his most ardent passion: gastronomy. Alexandre Dumas held a particular interest in wine, writing an entire chapter on what he called the “intellectual part of the meal” (the meat only being the material part). This prestigious author recalls that “a long time before the brilliant qualities of the Champagne wine and the Bordeaux wine, we had discovered the Bourgogne wine”.
In memory of the Three Musketeers or of the Count of Monte-Cristo’s author, this room from the former quarters has been dedicated to him. The atmosphere is particularly intimate, with its dark green walls, its apparent beams and ancient floor tiles.
By staying in this room, you will be provided with a very high-quality bedding of the brand Bedding and Beyond(180x200 cm), luxurious bed linen from the brand Bergan, a bathroom with multi-jets shower, top bathroom amenities as well as a safe and a system of air conditioning.