Article in Le Petit Vendômois of December 5, 2015

Valerie and Dominique Berurier, already established for 12 years at the Hotel Mercator (southbound exit Blois) have bought the Vendôme Hotel in July 2014.
Since the beginning of the year, large-scale work has been undertaken in this mythical and historical institution of Vendome, as requisitioned by the German military police during World War II. (...)

Besides the souvenir plate that remains on the facade, the hotel is now facing a new future under the sign of elegance. And for that we can trust to Valerie and Dominique who, like the Mercator achieved a refined décor and tasteful, with a subtle blend of old and new, in a chic and warm ambiance.

At the forefront of accessibility standards, the Vendôme Hotel offers 31 upscale rooms including 2 for disabled guests, all spacious and functional, equipped with high quality bedding and double glazing. Gourmets will enjoy the breakfast buffet with fresh local produce, artisan and farmers. A small cozy lounge provides the opportunity for customers to have a drink or just to isolate themselves for work. Ideally located in the city center, with parking facilities close to the hotel, Hotel Vendôme has become a prestigious address, the benefits of this three star hotel corresponding to a four star hotel, the absence of a watchman night making the difference. A partnership with the scene of the Hectare allows customers to enjoy a show during his stay in Vendôme.

And for the holidays, Valerie and Dominique have embellished their windows with magical scenery, somewhat in the spirit of Department Stores in Paris, not to be missed!

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