CERISE Auxerre*

Rue d'Athènes, 89470 Monéteau, France
+33 (0)3 86 40 55 92 +33 (0)7 81 01 79 70


CERISE Auxerre is a comfortable, economical hotel situated only 7km from Auxerre town centre. The hotel has 64 double or triple rooms, each equipped with flat-screen television with free access to the Canal + and CanalSat channels. There is also a large car park.

CERISE Auxerre is ideal for business trips as it offers direct access to major communication routes, but is also ideal for tourist holidays, as it is close to the main tourist attractions. CERISE Auxerre offers a buffet breakfast every day.


Reception opening times :
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Your accomadotion is available from 12am, check-out 11am.

Languages spoken at the reception : English, Spain, Italian 

Children's corner : Free breakfast for children up to 4 years of age. Breakfast at 50% for children aged 5 to 11 years. Two baby beds, bottle warmer, high chairs and changing mat are available for free.
For inquiries, please contact reception. 

Mandatory local tax : 0,60€ per night and per adult (over 12 years old). To be paid directly to the hotel.

In our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) you’ll find the answers to the questions most often asked by our clients. The topics covered are: the establishment and its services, the accommodation, accessibility, meals, security and payment.

Click here to access the hotel’s FAQ

Payment card accepted Master card, Visa, American Express, Holidays Vouchers, cheques refused
Vending Machines and services Vending machines for soft drinks, microwave available
Ironing equipment On loan at the reception
Equipment loan Hair dryer on loan at the reception
Pets 10€€ / night, 35€€ / week, 70€€ / month
Press service Newspapers available at the reception

Claudine YTHIER, site director

Hotel services

Free car park
Canal +, Canal Sat
Disabled room
By car:
A6 from Paris: Exit n°19. At the roundabout after the toll-booth, take the direction of Moneteau on the D319 and then first right, rue d'Athènes.
A6 from Lyon: Exit n°19 Joigny-Migennes.
At the roundabout after the toll-booth, take the direction of Moneteau on the D319 and then first right, rue d'Athènes.
From the N6 and other directions: Join the A6 North in direction of Paris.

By taxi:
Approximate cost of a taxi from CERISE Auxerre to SNCF train station: 20€

Location (GPS data): Longitude: 3.551962 / Latitude: 47.849102
For more informations, look on the maps above
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CERISE Auxerre room's are really comfortable and all have a shower room, WC, TV canal+, WIFI, towels and toilet products.

Some rooms are suitable for the disabled (Please contact the reception).

Double Room

Detailed description : Room of 118 ft2 in size with large double bed and en-suite bathroom with shower and toilet. Free Wi-Fi and Canal+ satellite channels.
Number of adults : 2
Surface : 11 m²

Triple Room

Detailed description : Room of 118 ft2 in size with large double bed and single bunk bed and en-suite bathroom with shower and toilet. Free Wi-Fi and Canal+ satellite channels.
Number of adults : 3
Surface : 11 m²
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CERISE Auxerre has a breakfast room.

It is served everyday from 06.00am to 10.00am on week-days, 06.00am to 10.30am on weekend.
CERISE offers
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The Hotel CERISE Auxerre offers a buffet breakfast everyday.

Continental breakfast : "Viennoiseries" (cakes), bread, corn flakes, marmelade, butter, honey, milk, cheese, juices, sugar, yoghurts.

Hot drinks : chocolate, coffee, herbal tea, tea.


Sack Lunch

A full sack lunch with Cutlery and napkin :

  • Bretzels,
  • 1 starter,
  • 1 main course (heat in microwave available at the reception),
  • 1 strewed fruit, 1 biscuit and 2 mini chocolates.

A choice of 3 menus : classic (meat), fish, vegetarian. Sold on the website or at the desk.

Do not miss the historical centre of Auxerre and the Gothic Cathedral of Saint-Etienne dating back to the 13th century and the old town "on the track of Cadet Roussel".
A few Miles away, Guédelon where you can learn how to build a Medieval Fortress and the medieval village of Noyer sur Serein.

Avallon and Troyes are only 50 kilometers away.

More informations : The Auxerrois Tourist Office
CERISE offers

Visit Auxerre on foot, audioguide in support!

Curious and lovers strolling in the small streets of the city center, discover the 12 essential steps of the historic center of the city of Auxerre. Enjoy entertaining and informative commentary of this course.

Cadet'Chou, a puzzles-guide for kids !

The Tourist Office of Auxerrois not forget the children, with the Cadet'Chou! Explorers in shorts will be able to enjoy visiting Auxerre while having fun! Following a book of puzzles 7, children 6 to 12 years follow Cadet'Chou in the city center to visit, play and find word searches that will find the magic word! On their return to the Tourist Office, they will receive a small gift.

Discover Le Voyageur, your playful vehicle!

Le Voyageur... What is it ? An alien who, after visiting all the cities of the world, stopped in Auxerre, amazed by its medieval center and its beautiful timber-framed houses and decided to visit this beautiful city for tourists!

Natural History Museum of Auxerre

Gathered for 250 years, fossils, minerals, stuffed animals, grasses, insects and skeletons waiting in the reserves of the Museum will present the exhibition to the public or the researcher will study.

Castle of Saint Fargeau

Saint Fargeau's castle dominates the town of the same name of its high towers.
You will discover: the Twin Towers of Bar and Toucy in the entrance (entry), the Main courtyard and the Main staircase, the furnished apartments, attics and skeletons, the surprising Tower of the Mill, ponds and the Big Trees of the Park of Chateau and the Guardroom Saint Fargeau's castle also shelters the hisorique " show ".

During 1:30 am, this show of sound and light will make you share ten centuries of history in fifteen paintings.


The medieval site of Guedelons

Under the eyes of many visitors, the medieval site of Guedelons rises step by step. More than fifty oeuvriers have for objective to build a Fort respecting techniques and materials used in the Middle Ages.
This historic challenge makes its contribution to the knowledge of the medieval military construction. Started in 1997, it should be completed by 2025.


The Wine Road: le Chablisien

Located near the famous Chablisien, you can visit the Chablis cellars or taste the "crémant de Bourgogne" and its cellars at Bailly-Lapierre.
A choice of walks and visits to wine cellars.


Burgundy Canal

The discovery of the Côte d'Or. Since 1833 the canal has been open to navigation.
189 stone locks punctuate the 242 km of canal which crosses 28 villages , towns and ports linking up with the Yonne river at Migennes and with the Saône river at Saint Jean de Losne.


Ratilly Castle

The Château de Ratilly (13th century). Discreetly nestled in the midst of the trees of Treigny, this authentic medieval fortress with its ferruginous stones will surprise you at the turn of a pathway. In the Renaissance a pigeon house was added and today the castle still has its four corner towers with two other towers which dominate the bridge lit by a 12th century lantern. Since 1951, the Pierlot family has created a place for the world of art in all its domains. Craft workshop for stoneware and a living art centre (exhibitions, concerts, music and painting courses).


Saint-Etienne Cathedral

Work of art dating from the middle ages (V-XV) and the "modern" age (XVI-XVIII), the Cathedral is roman crypt, a vestige of the previous building. The frescos of the famous Christ on horseback and the Christ in Gothic glory, remains of an important painting on the walls. The Chapel Notre Dame des Vertus (XVIè) where the Chancel and the Sanctuary were renovated in the 18th century.


Bowling of Auxerre

With 20 tracks and over 15 people at your service, the Bowling Auxerre offers to share a moment of leisure and recreation, in day or evening. Bowling has a bar and a restaurant with many options and menus.


Ice Rink CyberGlace

Warm place for an exit in family or friends, the Ice rink CyberGlace proposes throughout the year of freestyle skating sessions, a basketball hoop and soft ice hockey free access.
CERISE Auxerre 4min away from CyberGlace.

The Management will recommend a selection of restaurants where you can enjoy local specialties.

You must try :
- Oeufs Meurettes
- Jambon persillé de Bourgogne
- Chaource
- Escargots de Bourgogne
- Accompanied by the unforgettable Burgundy wines.
CERISE offers

La Boucherie

10 mn far from CERISE Auxerre by car, La Boucherie welcomes their guests in an original and casual atmosphere. In partnership with La Boucherie, we propose a package called "overnight stay" including one night, one dinner and one breakfast (Please contact the reception for more information).
La Boucherie 
Parc d'activités des Clairions - Rue Henri SPAAK 89000 AUXERRE -


Restaurant "Le petit Guyon"

Traditional cooking, cozy ambiance. Burgundy specialties using fresh local ingredients. Le Petit Guyon offers to every customer coming from CERISE Auxerre one free kir (French aperitif made of cassis liqueur and white wine)

Restaurant Le petit Guyon 
113 rue de Paris 89000 AUXERRE - 03 86 51 62 08


Le Maxime Restaurant

Situated on the banks of the River Yonne, Le Maxime restaurant offers a contemporary feel in what was a salt store during the last century. The restaurant was founded in the 1960s and offers traditional and modern cuisine. There’s a private room with a view over the quays of the River Yonne which can take up to 50 people for a cocktail reception and 30 people for a sit-down meal.

Restaurant le Maxime
4 quai de la Marine 89000 AUXERRE - 03 86 52 04 41