We stayed here for 2 nights in July. It was well signposted once near the town centre, which made it easy to find. There are a couple of issues to bear in mind about parking. First, the entrance is very narrow. My phone measure app measured the gap as 2.2m . I very carefully and slowly got my Tesla Model Y through. It felt like I was edging a supertanker through the Suez Canal. I used to have a model S and no way I would have attempted to get that through. One in the car park, there is a limited number of spaces. Three of them have Tesla chargers. If you book ahead, they will cone one off for you. By 10pm the car park was full and all bets are off at that point, Tesla space or not. I expect you would have to park outside in a public car park somewhere. The checkin was very simple. I had completed the online prebooking, which presumably helped. The reception and other, eg cleaning, staff were always polite and cheerful. The room was fairly basic, but the decor was well looked after and it was clean. We found the bed comfortable and with good pillows, including some extras in sealed bags. There was a small wardrobe and the ensuite included a toilet, sink and shower, all of which were pretty high quality items. The aircon worked wonderfully, which was essential, as it was around 40 degrees outside. It was also good to have two room keys as so many hotels think it is OK to give a couple just one room key. The flat screen TV was a decent size with a clear signal and a decent range of mainly french TV channels, with BBC world news and CNN as English language channels. The room has a telephone, but I didn’t use it. Free wifi was really good at about 70Mb download speed. The location is excellent on the edge of the old town centre. A short walk to the Musee Beaux Arts and not much further to the birthplace of Victor Hugo and many other key attractions and restaurants. I wouldn’t hesitate to stay here again if I came to Besançon. However, once my replacement model S arrives maybe later this year, this hotel won’t be an option because, although it has destination chargers, they are accessed through a narrow tunnel.