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A simple and warm establishment. Quality services.
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From the bakery to the pizzeria, there is only one step. From the pizzeria to the hotel business, the step is higher but not enough to slow down the Baddouri brothers' desire for "openness to the world and contact with customers". Together, the three brothers embarked on the adventure in 2017 by buying a stopover hotel located in a small commercial area in Chaintré, south of Mâcon. The place is easy to access, close to the A6 and the A40 and although standardised, it does not lack charm. A first renovation allowed the 42-room establishment to earn its 3rd star. Today, The Originals City, Hôtel Mâcon Sud is known for its simplicity, its quality services and the perfection of its welcome.
With their bright colours and light wood, the 42 rooms of The Originals City, Hôtel Mâcon Sud, offer a cosy and warm setting. The rooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi, tea, coffee and cake making facilities, blackout blinds and are perfectly soundproofed.
Simple but well-stocked, the breakfast buffet at The Originals City, Hôtel Mâcon Sud is served in a pleasant, bright room with cheerful colours. You will find a wide choice of sweet and savoury flavours. The hotel does not have a restaurant, but there is a wide range of shops nearby. The bar offers a selection of local and regional beers as well as Burgundy wines to be enjoyed in moderation.
It's often just a stopover, but the Saône-et-Loire is well worth leaving the motorway to discover this beautiful department of heritage and gastronomy. Where to stay? The Originals City, Hôtel Mâcon Sud.
A real institution in Mâcon, the Maison de Bois is one of the oldest buildings in the town (if not THE oldest). Built between 1490 and 1510, its wooden facade is decorated with a multitude of statuettes, fantastic characters with grotesque looks. It was the seat of a bachic brotherhood (brotherhood of wine lovers) in the 16th century, but was closed down because it was considered too licentious. A wink of history, the Maison de Bois is now a bar-restaurant.
The Ursuline Museum is a landmark monument in Mâcon and is worth a visit for its three departments (archaeology, ethnology and fine arts) as well as for its history. Built in the 17th century, the current buildings were first dedicated to the education of young girls by the Ursulines; during the Revolution, they were used as a men's prison. During the 20th century, the premises were used as barracks and a people's house before becoming a museum in 1968.
What if you visited Mâcon differently? Inaugurated in 2016, the "Tracé de la Plume" invites you to discover the Burgundian city by following in the footsteps of the city's most famous author: Alphonse de Lamartine. Let the bronze feathers on the ground guide you from one monument to another during a one to two hour loop, between architecture, literature, gastronomy and history.
If you want to hike, ride or scoot, take the road to the Roche de Solutré. Made famous by its "political" pilgrimage, the place is above all one of the largest prehistoric sites in Europe and a site offering a colourful and wild panorama over a sea of vines as far as the eye can see.
The Originals City, Hôtel Mâcon Sud offers a functional and pleasant space (50 m²) to organise your professional meetings (seminars, team building, etc.). This beautiful, bright and air-conditioned seminar room is also fully equipped. The entire sales team is at your disposal to offer you a tailor-made service (accommodation, meals, etc.). Other assets of the premises include a large private car park and easy access from the A6 and A40 motorways.