Hotel Sequoia - La Chatelaine46.8752390661386, 5.81572115421295
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best 3 Star Hotels in France
The quiet Sequoia Hotel entices guests to stay in one of the 10 comfortable rooms and make use of free parking and a safe deposit box. Founded in 2001, the hotel underwent a renovation in 2008.
Major La Chatelaine sights, such as Lake of Ilay and Pécauld Château are located nearby. The center of La Chatelaine is 1 km away from the venue.
Sequoia Hotel is around 40 minutes' drive from Tavaux airport.
Rooms of Sequoia Hotel are appointed with heating, cable TV with on-demand movies, pay TV, television with satellite channels and a trouser press. Sequoia Hotel offers rooms with castle view. Bathrooms feature a bathtub and a shower.
Eat & Drink
Guests can eat at Restaurant de l'Auberge du Moulin de la Mere Michelle, situated within a 10-minute walk of the venue.
Such business facilities as a meeting room and a catering service are also available on site.
The hotel offers a casino and an outdoor swimming pool to make your stay more enjoyable.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2008. Number of rooms: 20.
Spa & Leisure
- Garden area
Staff was very friendly. Location of the hotel is beautiful and very quiet. Rooms are clean and spacy. Value for money.
We were met with a huge welcome. Very friendly and helpful. peacful location and the hotel has a pool outside. The hotel didnt serve dinner but they recommended an auberge back on the main road which served delicious food at low cost 16euro for 3 course meal. The hotel gave us a free bottle of wine upon checkout after our 3 night stay which was a nice touch! WIFI worked great in reception area and was free. Sunny terrace and lovely grounds for sitting out with a glass of wine. Highly recommended for relaxing quiet location away from the town.
no fresh fruit at breakfast. The bed wasnt comfortable for us (not firm enough). No shower curtain around the bath/shower which meant the floor became wet and slippy. Problem finding hotel, not signposted in the village.
Very good value for money. Nice breakfast. Friendly and helpful staff. Nice , peaceful location, close to a number of places of interest.
I felt welcomed and enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere. The breakfast was good and unfussy and the room was spacious and airy and looked on to a meadow.
Newly constructed rooms with plenty of space. Chateau/park surroundings peaceful and ideal for a walking or touring holiday around the area. Pleasant lounge and good bufftet breakfast with self-service also for coffee -- important for coffeeholics who tire of having -- in far too many hotels -- to have to constantly catch servers eye to ask for refills.
We were in the region mainly to visit Arbois, and the Sequoia is some 8 kms away, off a very winding road up into the hills. But to be fair the hotel did not hide the distance from the town. We were disappointed not to be able to dine at the hotel -- it was fully booked when we arrived and we were told, politely, we should have booked in advance. To be fair again, the problem was in the review on the Booked.net site which suggested that there was no permanent restaurant. The hotel receptionist said they had tried to get the site to make clear that this was not the case but had had no success.
The hotel was set in the country side and finding it proved difficult, however once we located it we were pleased by the approach along the drive next to the chateau. The wood paneling gave it an alpine feeling inside.
We were asked to pay when we checked in and decide if we would be eating the evening meal. There was not a choice of dishes so we decided to use the local resteaurant we had passed on our way. This was the best move we made as it was a brilliant evening.
Peaceful location - comfortable bedroom and general sitting areas attractively furnished. Enjoyed the use of the outdoor swimming pool.
Poorly maintained grounds around the hotel - lack of notices to the hotel if approached from the Rue d'Ivory - lack of choice on the evening meal menu in the restaurant in the Chateau - no evening meal available in the Chateau restaurant on a sunday - overpriced breakfast
Quiet location, comfortable bed.
This is not a hotel, it's a b & B. No bar and no restaurant! Breakfast poor for 11 euros.