The 10 Best Hotels in Reims, France

Enjoy Reims rich history and the regions iconic bubbly with a stay at one of the citys best hotels
Enjoy Reims rich history and the region's iconic bubbly with a stay at one of the city's best hotels | Courtesy of Château Les Crayères /
Madeleine Bazil

Fancy a weekend away in the capital of fizz? The historic city of Reims is home to a number of world-famous champagne houses, including Tattinger and Veuve Clicquot. Take a tour after marvelling at the city’s historic buildings, including three Unesco World Heritage Sites: the Notre-Dame Cathedral, Saint-Rémi Basilica and Palace of Tau. The city also plays a key part in France‘s royal history – 25 kings were crowned here between 1223 and 1825. Stay at these top hotels in Reims on your next visit.

1. Château Les Crayères


Regal double room at Château Les Crayères Hotel in Reims, furnished with an elegant four poster bed, marble fireplace and vintage decor.
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For an opulent experience, book a room at this luxurious five-star hotel situated in an old château – just several minutes’ walk from the champagne house of Vranken Pommery as well as from the historic Basilique Saint-Rémi. Rooms are decorated with antique furniture, fireplaces and canopy beds. The hotel has a high-end restaurant, a more casual brasserie, as well as a bar located in a sunroom.

2. Hôtel Azur


Stylish and contemporary queen room with a desk at Hôtel Azur in Reims.
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This modern, boutique hotel is just a stone’s throw from the famed covered market, Les Halles du Boulingrin, and the city’s train station, making it more than convenient for travellers. Inside, you’ll find chic rooms with quirky – from palm-print wallpaper and comfortable beds. Families will appreciate the four-person room. Outside, there’s a leafy terrace where breakfast is served each morning – plus a spot for to sip champagne after a day of sightseeing.

3. Best Western Plus Hôtel de la Paix


Contemporary twin room with a lounge area, desk and wall-mounted television at Best Western Plus Hôtel de la Paix in Reims.
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Despite being a Best Western, the Hôtel de la Paix is a trendy, upscale establishment, just a short walk from Reims Cathedral and the Palace of Tau. Rooms range from stylish doubles up to a spacious suite with its own private terrace overlooking the city. Lap the indoor heated pool before relaxing in the sauna – or relax with a book in the Japanese-inspired courtyard garden.

5. Residhome Reims Centre


Bright and modern double room with a desk and wall-mounted television at Residhome Reims Centre.
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For apartment-style accommodation, look no further than the Residhome Reims Centre, located on the Promenades de Reims, close to the train station and city centre. Inside, there are 76 self-contained studios, each with a kitchen, free wifi and flat-screen TVs. Budget travellers will appreciate a simple place to cook, eat and rest for an extended stay in Reims. Pets are welcome, and there are laundry facilities on site for an extra fee.

6. Hotel Campanile Reims Centre – Cathédrale


Modern queen room at Hotel Campanile Reims Centre – Cathédrale.
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Recently renovated, this hotel in the heart of Reims is just five minutes on foot from the Cathedral as well as from the shops and restaurants of Place d’Erlon. Rooms are comfortably furnished, if a little on the snug side, with free high-speed wifi and flat-screen TVs. Grab a quick breakfast at the restaurant – which also serves dinner until 10pm at night, ideal if you’re in town on business and need a bite before bed. You can bring your four-legged friend with you, plus there is secure parking provided if you’re driving.

7. Le Caserne Chanzy Hôtel and Spa

Spa Hotel

Stylish and light-filled lounge at Le Caserne Chanzy Hôtel & Spa in Reims.
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Located in the city’s former fire station, this unusual hotel certainly sets our world alight. All exposed concrete, metal and glass, at its heart is the old drying tower for the hoses. Rooms are ultra-modern, with mustard accents, and some have a view of the Cathedral just opposite. A traditional brasserie is found in the old fire hall, directly facing the Cathedral’s façade, and there’s also a stylish spa with a swimming pool, sauna and steam room.

8. La Demeure des Sacres

Boutique Hotel

Spacious and modern doulble room with a desk and large windows at La Demeure des Sacres Hotel in Reims.
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At this 19th-century mansion house, the emphasis is very much on French savoir-vivre. Decorated in an Art Deco style, the hotel’s four guest rooms include period features such as high ceilings, parquet flooring and in some cases a fireplace. There is also an elegant dining room where you can enjoy the daily breakfast featuring fresh products from the region, as well as a large garden. The bijou spa in a converted bathroom completes the experience.

9. Demeure Belle Époque

Bed and Breakfast, Inn

Chic double room decorated with vintage furnishings at Demeure Belle Epoque Hotel in Reims.
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This historic townhouse feels more like a family home than a hotel. Beautifully decorated throughout, there are plenty of homely touches, such as old books, gilt-framed oil paintings and pieces of antique furniture. The small lounge exudes cosiness, and there is a roaring log fire in the winter. In better weather, the garden terrace is a perfect spot for a coffee or the continental breakfast. The guesthouse also benefits from a central location.

10. L’Assiette Champenoise


Spacious and modern lounge space at L’Assiette Champenoise Hotel in Reims.
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When Jean-Pierre and Colette Lallement opened their hotel-restaurant in 1986, little did they guess that their son Arnaud would go on to win them three Michelin stars – but that’s exactly what happened. Today, this bourgeois mansion house is also classified as a five-star hotel with 33 luxurious rooms and suites refurbished in a contemporary style. Among the other highlights are the stylish bar and lounge, a heated indoor swimming pool and the flora-and-fauna filled gardens.

Additional reporting by Caroline Harrap.

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