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Discover our collection of accommodation with parking, close to transport and ideally located in the city center of Reims. Our accommodations are perfect for a romantic getaway or a family stay in the the Champagne and Coronation City.

During your stay, don't forget to visit our famous Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture and discover the Hillsides, Houses and Cellars of Champagne which are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Restaurants, shops and amenities are just a few minutes walk from your accommodation.

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Extra Amenities or Services to Experience the Champagne Area

Car Park

Private and secure parking space (up to 7 parking spaces available)

Travel Cot

Cot for a child from 3 months to 3 years old


Good deals (skip the pricey Champagne, tasting)

Massages and Treatments

Well-being and relaxation massages, sports and deep tissue, sensory, relaxation by zone, etc.


Epernay, Paris, stations or airports transfers (Vatry, Beauvais, Orly and Charles-de-Gaulle)


Champagne Discovery Tour (half-day)

What To Do And See In Reims? Must See Places

The Champagne Route

In order to discover Champagne and its unique viticultural patrimony, you will simply have to follow the famous Champagne road. This road is winding among vines, on hillsides where are standing the villages, castles, and churches. Discover the Champagne wine cellars and enjoy Champagne tasting.

Notre-Dame de Reims Cathedral

Built between 1211 and 1516, Reims’ cathedral is the site where 25 kings of France were anointed. Bigger than Notre Dame de Paris, it figures among the most beautiful testimonies of Gothic art. The most visited monument in Reims, this cathedral is registered on the UNESCO world heritage.

Museum of Fine Arts

Located between the former abbatial palace Saint-Denis, the Museum of Fine Arts gathers paintings, sculptures, drawings, engravings, furniture, and artworks from Renaissance to Art Déco, not to mention “Grand Siecle” painting, Impressionism, and the unclassifiable work of the French-Japanese artist, Foujita.

Saint-Remi Basilica

Registered on the UNESCO world’s heritage, the Saint-Remi Basilica was built in the 1900s to host the vestiges of Saint Remi, the bishop who baptized Clovis in 498. Much destruction took place during the first World War. The restorations took 40 years, until 1958. The basilica is located next to several Champagne houses such as Ruinart or Taittinger.

Palace of Tau

Adjoining Notre-Dame de Reims cathedral, it owes its name from its “T” shape (“Tau” in ancient Greek). The Palace of Tau was the former palace of the archbishop of Reims and the royal residence of kings of France at the time of their coronation. It was restored in the 1950s and since 1972 it houses a museum linked to the cathedral and to the coronation of the kings of France.

Le Vergeur Museum

Classified as a historical monument, Le Vergeur Museum is composed of two buildings from the 13th and 16th centuries. This mansion house exhibits artworks from antiquity to the 20th century and more, including 50 engravings made by Albrecht Dürer, furniture from the Renaissance period, and artworks from Asia and Orient from the 19th century.

Saint-Rémi Museum

Directly next to the basilica, in the former royal Benedictine abbey, the Saint-Remi museum keeps important collections related to Reims history from prehistory to World War II. You will get to visit the Medieval Hall, the cloister, and the main stairway of this edifice registered on the UNESCO world heritage.

Fort de la Pompelle

Built from 1880 to 1883, the Fort de la Pompelle was the only fort remaining in the Allies’ hands during World War I which allowed for the defense of the city of Reims. This fort houses a museum with very valuable collections, including artillery pieces and a unique collection of 560 helmets from the German imperial army.

The Dragon’s Cave

It was the high strategic location during World War I and more specifically of the Nivelle offensive. The dragon’s Cave was transformed in 1915 by the German units into underground barracks. From September to November 1917, it witnessed many bitter battles between the French and Germans.

Mars Gate

Dating from the 3rd century, the Mars Gate is the largest known arch in the Roman world: 33 meters long and 13 meters high. It takes its name from the proximity of a temple dedicated to the Roman god of war. Porte Mars was built to bear witness to the city's most prosperous period under the Roman Empire.

Villa Demoiselle

The Villa Demoiselle is the architectural symbol of the city of Reims and was built in 1904 under the orders of Henry Vasnier. This stunning villa was bought and restored by the owner of Pommery, Paul-François Vranken in 2004. The interior of the villa has been completely redone in the original Art Nouveau style.

Reims F1 Circuit

Listed as French monumental heritage, the Reims-Gueux circuit has hosted 14 Formula 1 French Grand Prix races. A large part of the stands and part of the route (the Muizon bend has been removed) are still visible. The last Grand Prix race was held in 1969.

Reims Champagne Automobile Museum

The Reims Champagne Automobile Museum is one of the 5 largest automobile museums in France. It has a collection of over 230 vehicles ranging from 1908 to the present day. The museum also presents a collection of over 5,000 miniatures and toys related to the automotive world. The oldest vehicle in the museum is a Lacroix-de-Laville dating from 1903.

Top 4 Major Annual Events in Reims

Johannic Festival - Event to commemorate the coronation of Charles VII, July 17, 1429, in the cathedral of Reims.June
Flâneries Musicales - Classical music and jazz festival.End of June - end of July
Run in Reims - 10km, half, and marathon.October
Christmas Market - Reims is the 3rd largest Christmas market in France after Strasbourg and Colmar.End of November - end of December

Where Eat, Drink And Dine In Reims. Our Essentials List

French Restaurants

Italian Restaurants

  • Alba - 5 Rue Salin +33310165366
  • Casa d'Urso - 1 Rue du Barbâtre +33326042978
  • La Villa - 30 Rue de Mars +33326875151

Gastronomic Restaurants

Michelin-Starred Restaurants


  • Joseph - 16-18 Rue Tronsson Ducoudray +3326065405
  • Le Tau - Palais du Tau - Place du Cardinal Luçon +333658468580
  • En Appart'Thé - 23 Rue Chanzy +33326025894

Wine Bars

  • Le Coq Rouge - 67 Rue Chanzy +33326852850
  • Aux 3 P'tits Bouchons - 29 Rue Henri IV +33966842959
  • Le Cabasson - 37 Rue Cérès +33689521267

Late Night Bars

  • Le Clos - 25 Rue du Temple +33326077469
  • La Loge - 35 Rue Buirette +33326916464

Food Delivery

How To Get To Reims And Get Around

By Train

From Paris, you will be in Reims in 45 minutes. You can choose between two train stations to get to Reims: Reims-Centre train station located in the heart of the city, and Champagne-Ardenne TGV train station, located in Bezannes and linked to Reims by tramway. Reims-Centre station is located at only 15 minute -walk from our apartments. The TGV station is accessible in less than 30 minutes by tramway (Direction: Neufchatel – Stop: Vesle).

By Car

From Paris, you will be in Reims in 1 hour and 30 minutes. Reims is located at the intersection of highways A4-E50 (Paris – Strasbourg) and A26-E17 (Calais – Troyes – Dijon). Take the exit “Reims-Cathédrale” to get to our apartments.

By Bus

Book your trip withBlaBlaCar Bus or Flixbus. The drop-off is at the Champagne-Ardenne TGV train station. To get to our apartments, you will have to take the tramway direction (Direction: Neufchatel – Stop: Vesle).

Book a Taxi

We invite you to go visit Les Taxis de Reims web page, call +33326470505 to book a taxi or use their smartphone app. You can also order a ride via Uber to get around.

Rent a Car

We suggest you consult to find and book your rental vehicle at the best available price (a smartphone app is available).

Rent a Bike

If you want to book a bike for a day or a weekend, call Manu Loca Velo – Parvis de la Gare +333651272410.