Chateau de BAGNOLS
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
When you stay at Chateau de BAGNOLS in Bagnols, you’ll be within the vicinity of Golf Club du Beaujolais. This 5-star hotel is within the region of Sainte Marie de la Tourette and Saint Bonnet Chapel.
Make yourself at home in one of the 27 guestrooms featuring minibars and espresso makers. Flat-screen televisions with cable programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with onsite body treatments and facials. If you’re looking for recreational opportunities, you’ll find an outdoor pool, an indoor pool, and a fitness center. Additional amenities at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge).
Food & Drink
Grab a bite at one of the hotel’s 2 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and multilingual staff. This hotel has 4 meeting rooms available for events. Free valet parking is available onsite.
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We recently spent three nights at the stunning Chateau Bagnols in the gorgeous Beaujolais region of France.
This historic property offers beautiful rooms of different design and sizes , and ours was very large and historic.
Our room was called the chateau room and it offered every amenity.
It had a giant free standing bathtub in the center , which I would not recommend for anyone who was not reasonably fit.
It was a bit of a challenge getting in and out, but once settled in , we felt like royalty.
The toilet, made to look like a throne ( not kidding)brought back memories of the scene in Game of Thrones when Tywin Lannister met his fate.
The room itself was very regal looking as well and had a gigantic walk in closet with lot of shelving, which made organizing very simple.
I was delighted that the property had an elevator, which was unexpected, given the age of this 13th century castle.
The public areas and grounds are spectacular. The formal dining room is adorned with a magnificent fireplace and marble hearth ,and dining is also available in a large glass covered courtyard. This is where breakfast is served.
The surrounding grounds are beautiful. We would sit and sip our wine in the early evening in the beautiful back of the property, gazing at an orchard of cherry trees , arbors, and beautiful flowers Beyond that was the beautiful vista of the hilly countryside.
There was also a beautiful spa which we never used, as we were so busy visiting the surrounding towns and countryside, and going to a few wine tastings, offered by the local vintners.
The staff made every attempt to make our stay as comfortable and inviting as possible.
I would recommend this property to anyone looking for a unique
experience in a gorgeous and not crowded region of France
We had a pleasant stay in this hotel traveling between Burgundy and Châteauneuf de Papes. The hotel service was top notch and the rooms were interesting and spacious. But the electric power and plumbing were not up to a five star rating. We were traveling with two other couples and each of us had issues with the bathtub— in one case leaking all over the floor. All the (inadequate) lighting was controlled from one switch making it difficult at night The charm of the place makes up for a lot— and the superior staff also makes amends—but a five start hotel should be, well, five stars.
It is not fair to judge a luxury hotel on only a two night stay but the grounds, the room in the turret and the location were dreamy. We were across from the library which was never used by any of the other guests and could have been an extra space for just us...no one ever turned on the lights. The views were panoramic from all of our windows including peeking out the “murder” keyhole windows. We had been traveling nonstop for 10 days and were very tired when we arrived and ordered wine up to our room. It was promptly served and we slept like queens.
The spa is always very busy so make appointments before arriving...the best facial I have ever received...good hand and foot massage as well.
Our only disappointment was a terrible room service experience. The risotto was the worst I have ever eaten, swimming in a pool of butter and under cooked. The order was “lost in translation” and finally got the vegetable entree’ that we ordered and a pitiful salad. $32eu.! None of this reflected our high hopes based on the reputation of the chef. They forgot the Creme Brûlée and it was not worth eating. I think if we had eaten in the dining room our food experience would have had a better outcome. They did not even set up our table when they brought it and just left in on a tray....certainly not luxury dining..a hotel/ Château of this reputation grossly miss the mark on this part of our stay...I will say they did give us some credit on our bill.
I stayed in chateau room. It was boiling, tiniest double bed with a mattress that was about 25 years old. We had to sleep the wrong way so we didn’t have blood rushing to our head. I would choose a modern room if you are looking to book. The restaurant has great food but terrible service. Each person passes on your request as they think asking for bread is above their duty. We never got any bread, or wine! Well it came with our dessert, so sent it back. They need to compare their services to the rest of the 5* hotels in the area. Below standard
This 800-year-old chateau used to be a winery, but then something went wrong and the owners decided to turn it into a hotel. The hospitality business seems to be way more successful - a bottle from the local storage costs 30 times less than a room for one night. We didn’t try the wine, but the rooms were absolutely amazing!
A beautiful English landscape park around the hotel has a vegetable garden, which supplies the local restaurant run by a Michelin star chef. Very tasty meat and fish, also said to come from the local area.