I find that the length of bottle conditioning is somewhat dependent on how clear the beer is. All the beers I've put through secondary fermentation turn out crystal-clear but take a good 3 weeks (minimum) to carb, at around 70°F ambient temp. However, the few beers I've done with only a long primary come out cloudy but reach full carbonation in as little as a week(!) sometimes.
The one exception to this is the rose blonde I brewed recently, which cleared amazingly in primary after only a week, hit target final gravity perfectly and is decently carbonated after only a few days in the bottle! I don't know what I did to make that happen, but I wish I did so that I could repeat it!