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My favourite building in Reims

Repectfully restored to its former glory. Wonderful building on the crossroads of art nouveau and... read more

Reviewed 10 November 2017
Peter D
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Belgium
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A memorable afternoon tea in a stunning Hotel

We were recommended to this beautiful Relais and Chateau Hotel by friends who had stayed and dined... read more

Reviewed 9 November 2017
NW2FOODIE
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NORTH WEST LONDON
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56 boulevard Henry Vasnier, 51100, Reims, France
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Reviewed 10 November 2017 via mobile

Repectfully restored to its former glory. Wonderful building on the crossroads of art nouveau and art deco. It takes a Belgian to renovate one of the most iconic buildings in Reims. Not everything may be authentic, but the result is absolutely fantastic. Highly recommended.

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Reviewed 9 November 2017

We were recommended to this beautiful Relais and Chateau Hotel by friends who had stayed and dined there. Although we did not have time to have a meal, I definitely would like to do so on my next visit. Our tea was served in a...More

6  Thank NW2FOODIE
Reviewed 17 September 2017

The blue building tells you that this could be something unusual. A nice beginners visit of the cellars followed by a tasting session. There are some works of art in the cellars that make the tour interesting for all.

1  Thank travlenman2017
Reviewed 2 May 2017

It's a walk from downtown (2 km) to this "avenue de champagne" in Reims, but worth it, the owners of Vrancken Pommery bought this villa across the street in 2000 something and restored it to its original glamour. And they did a fine job at...More

1  Thank PeeJee1999
Reviewed 16 September 2016

Visited in combination with a (FR) guided tour to the Pommery champagne house. Good guide, beautifully renovated Art Nouveau/Deco house (although not that many original pieces left), nicely integrated temporary exhibition (end 19th - early 20th century FR paintings), lovely small terrace where you can...More

1  Thank Dieter B
Reviewed 19 August 2016

If you love art nouveau, do not forget to visit this place! It is across the road from the Pommery estate, and you can buy a combined ticket. Built early last century, and beautifully restored by the Vranken family early this century, the Villa offers...More

2  Thank Alfred V
Reviewed 18 April 2016

We purchased the unguided tour and found ourselves alone touring this beautifully restored (though not in a historical sense) mansion. There was a very nice art exhibition that enhanced our visit. But apart from a brochure in English there is not much guidance available so...More

2  Thank Pbromines
Reviewed 31 March 2016 via mobile

We came here after a tour of the Pommery cave across the road. The house is beautifully restored, full of fabulous art nouveau details and luxurious fittings and furniture. At the time of our visit there was an exhibition of art from the collection of...More

1  Thank nwspm
Reviewed 16 March 2016

The visit of the villa is very worthwhile if you like art nouveau style art and architecture. You get a guided tour starting under the villa and working up through the house learning about the history and the art collected there. Then you finish with...More

1  Thank RhodriT1
Reviewed 29 September 2015

Quite pretty but we found it a bit pricey, too. Of course you can get a lovely glass of bubbly but stay away from the shop, which is too expensive.

1  Thank Pugsitter
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Think 25€, not sure though , sure you can check on website
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