I stayed here for one night mid-week late November with a friend to visit a couple of Champagne cellars and the Reims Christmas market. The hotel is convenient to all with a short walk or taxi and we walked to and from the train station. Know before you book that 1) there are…
Our room smelled bad and was rather tiny. They made us check out early due to repairs in the bathroom. The parking is tricky. The staff was friendly and the breakfast was ok, although not the best. It was our least favorite hotel of our trip.
If you're down with staying in a fire hazard, then go for it. Narrow, scary hallways and giant cleaning carts blocking the major stairways. The walls in the rooms have dents, dirt smudges, and holes in them. Staff tried to mess with our reservation, but finally left us alone.
Small cute room with own private ensuite. Nice French doors that open to a micro balcony w/plants. Good breakfast, but I’d probably opt for a local Boulanger. Comfortable bed and great location. Only down was my room faced the street so it could get noisy from the pedestrian…
Stopped overnight en-route South, the hotel is well located with the cathedral a short walk away. Parking is in a garage 2 streets away. The room was basic, clean, quiet and comfortable but no tea/coffee making facilities, weak WiFi, rather eccentric decor and no lift. This stay…
"Try to get a room with air conditioning (if going in summer)."
"First floor has fewest steps."
"Probably better accommodations elsewhere in Reims"
"There're all good except No12."
"I think they are all quite nice. The street is quiet so not necessary to ask for a garden facing room if you're looking for quiet."