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La Maison de Rhodes
Ranked #7 of 22 Hotels in Troyes
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“Outstanding”
Reviewed 28 May 2012 via mobile

Fabulous hotel, with great room and service and really nice restaurant. Dog friendly, we had a really nice night here on the way to the south of France.

Stayed May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 May 2012

My wife and I were on a classic road trip to Monaco and needed to find a picturesque hotel for an overnight stop en route. We also needed secure accommodation for our Italian GT car so that I could sleep easily. We picked the hotel from the general website for Troyes area and looked at the pictures and information available on the hotel website. Our first impressions were judged correctly; the hotel is a gorgeous, if simply (Arts and Crafts springs to mind) furnished, refurbished period hotel. The work has been carried out beautifully and the service and food quality match and compliment the venue. Our room was a standard double room with en suite bathroom; it was in the attic space but although head room could be challenging with some of the beams it was a lovely space, perfect after a hard days drive. The room and ensuite were clean and tidy, immaculate actually, however there was no fridge or air conditioning, which on a hot day would cause problems if you do not like to be hot at night or needed a cold drink. We walked to the town to explore the city, see the sights (especially the cathedral) and some of the ancient architecture. It was about a ten minute walk to the town for an evening meal and the cathedral is the next street (about 200 meters away).
The staff were extremely helpful and between my poor French and their slightly better English skills we managed to communicate with no difficulty. They gave us a tour guide and told us the best places to eat and visit during our short stay. The car was given a special place in a secure part of the hotel garden (the managers/owners drive I think) and had a gate to shut it away from public view. I had previously discussed the parking situation with the hotel having read another review referring to the parking available, and the cost was an additional 15 Euros per night. Other parking is available in the street (subject to availability) or there is an underground public car park about 5 mins walk away. We stayed for breakfast, at extra cost, and ate a delightful French breakfast in the open air courtyard with the air temperature at 21C, the birds singing and the sun shining in the blue sky, perfect! The food was simple but very well presented, with attentive service and an exceptional taste helped of course by the ambience of the occassion. We loved the hotel and would thoroughly recommend it to anyone staying to explore the region or just passing through, in fact we booked it again for our return journey 3 days later. I dont think it would be such a good place for a family, especially a young family, since the hotel is quiet and finiding things to do for young children may be a challenge; the TV for example, was only tuned to French satellite TV, not even BBC World Service was available, not a great loss you may argue! To sum up and quote an often used cliche, 'a wonderful gem of a hotel in a picturesque part of an ancient city....lovely!' I hope you like it, should you decide to stay.

  • Stayed May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Birmingham, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 26 April 2012

Stayed for one night, a Saturday, parked on the cobbled street just around the corner from the hotel, safely tucked up against the high walls. We were greeted very warmly and politely by Laure and allocated the room 'du Chanoine', above the little restaurant. The room was gorgeous, spotlessly clean, beautifully furnished and fragranced and opening onto a central courtyard - you can hear the footsteps of the guests from the room above, not a problem when they chill out and take off their shoes! Seemed to be mainly couples staying here so unlikely to find lots of children running around.

We ate in the restaurant and were again greeted warmly by Rene who was waiter and chef. Meals were great, salade des tomates and savoury flan starters, lamb for main, with creamed potatoes and aubergines and courgettes accompaniment, completed by cheese for dessert.

Slept well, church bells start at 8 a.m., but charming rather than annoying to us. Breakfast is served rather than chosen which was great as it made us try things we would have otherwise not have done, absolutely lovely and just right to set us up for the long drive to Limoges.

It was expensive (by our own standards) but it was a lovely treat. In fact we stayed there the following Saturday too on our return journey to the UK, and this time we stayed in the bedroom petit Louvre, which was even better! Had dinner at the hotel again, the Beouf Provencale was absolutely delicious. We awoke on Sunday morning to church bells again and an air raid siren (I know!) which Laure explained was to alert the residents of Troyes that they could go and vote in the presidential elections...so I guess you're safe from a similar intrusion for the time being.

Troyes is gorgeous, could have walked around for hours and hours, but sadly no time. Lots of beautiful mediaeval buildings, many churches to explore.

Go on treat yourself! You can save a few Euros and eat in town - very sensible and there is nothing stopping you. We would now we have found our French Feet.

  • Stayed April 2012, travelled as a couple
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Muscat Governorate, Oman
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Reviewed 13 February 2012

The rooms are just stunning, huge and very French with ginormous bathrooms. Pack lightly or ask for a lower floor room as we had to struggle up a rickety wooden staircase, but it was part of the charm for us. It really is the most charming and divine little hotel, only 11 rooms. It has the most wonderful courtyard and secluded garden, just charmingly French. Cannot comment on the food as we ate out, ideally located to walk into town.

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  • Stayed July 2011, travelled with friends
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St Albans, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 4 December 2011

Stayed two nights a couple of weeks apart in late-Sept/early-Oct. Nice rooms and general ambience, but two problems ...
1) Many rooms don't have showers, and those that do have showers that are too low, with feeble water pressure.
2) Breakfast was expensive, but far more annoying, inconsistent! On our first visit (at the weekend), breakfast included cooked eggs. On the second visit (on a weekday), we were left feeling foolish expecting cooked food, and fobbed off with a ridiculously small portion of cheese instead. If cooked breakfast is only served at weekends, this should be made clear when booking breakfast, not at the breakfast table. Or maybe the hotel manager (serving breakfast on the second day) couldn't or didn't want to cook. A baffling and unpleasant end to an otherwise pleasurable visit.
This place does much right, has loads of potential, but at this price level, details matter

  • Stayed October 2011, travelled as a couple
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Additional Information about La Maison de Rhodes

Property: La Maison de Rhodes
Address: 18 rue Linard Gonthier, 10000, Troyes, France
Region: France > Grand Est > Aube > Troyes
Amenities:
Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#5 Family Hotel in Troyes
#5 Romantic Hotel in Troyes
#5 Luxury Hotel in Troyes
Price range (per night): ₹ 13,317 - ₹ 27,725
Hotel Class:5 star — La Maison de Rhodes 5*
Number of rooms: 11
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
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