Grand Hotel du Nord Reims

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

75 place Drouet-d'Erlon, Reims, Champagne-Ardenne, 51100, France
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  • Couples33
  • Solo50
  • Business33

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la Salle Capitulaire (c. 12th-13th centuries)la Salle Capitulaire (c. 12th-13th centuries)

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Market in Reims

by Kampo

Hi All,

I'm staying in Reims next weekend en I was wondering if there is a market on Saturday. Can anyone help me out?

Can anyone recommend a nice place for lunch?

Thanks!

RE: Market in Reims

by garridogal

I was in Reims at around the same time that you're travelling, last year. There was a Village de Noel outdoor market. Is that the kind of market you're thinking of? If so, I would imagine it'll be back up and running by the time you're there. Enjoy and have some champagne!

Travel Tips for Reims

Visit Epernay
In Epernay, only...

by LysDor

Visit Epernay

In Epernay, only 1 h 30 from Paris, you are at the heart of one of the world's most prestigious vineyards. All around you, 20.000 hectares of vines. Beneath your feet, 200 million bottles stocked in 100 kilometres of cellars. There is nowhere else where you can better get to know, understand and fall in love with the magic of Champagne.

Click on the champagne label to find out more about these marvellous 'golden bubbles'!



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by mariev

Champagne ! The best known local product even if Reims fights with Epernay for the title of wine capital.
The area has always been a wine producer but those wines were difficult to preserve because they had a tendency to become foaming (like many wines produced relatively north).
This used to be considered a problem - until Dom Perignon, abbey of Hautvillers got some genial ideas:
The first was to assemble only black grapes to produce the white wine (no white grape is ever used in a real Champagne).
Then, he delt with the foaming matter and transformed this defect into a quality : he introduced a new process: After a quick grapes' pressurization, the juice was preserved in barrels; a first fermentation occured when the sugar transformed itself into alcohol. The harsh cold of Champagne's winter stopped this phenomenon (wich would resume in the spring).
Dom Pérignon introduced the idea of bottling the wine at this point (before the second fermentation), thus allowing the second fermentation to occur in the bottle.
Another improvement was to close the bottles with a cork maintained with a link withstooding the pressure.
The Champagne wine as we know it was born.

The Champagne houses you can visit in Reims are :
- Pommery
- Taittinger
- Veuve Cliquot-Ponsardin
- Mumm
- Ruinart (on apointment only)
- Piper-heidsieck
- Martel
the other big ones are in Epernay or in the surroundings.

Cathedrale Notre Dame

by MEdelmann

Visit the cathedral "Notre Dame". It is listened in the World Cultural Heritage list of the UNESCO and ABSOLUTELY worth to see!

For more infos and pics about the cathedral please have a look into the "General Tips" on this page ...

But before you do that, read the "must-sees" ready, please.

You must make some time to...

by brucegt

You must make some time to visit one of the caves. Go to the tourist information center, right next to the Cathedral, and get a list of available caves and time. The one i went was the G.H Mum cave, which is walking distance to the hotel i was staying, Continental.
A tour down to the cave and see the production line of making good champange. At the end, there are several of different champange flavors available for tasting.

Champagne Tasting No 1

by dimilag

For the serious business of Reims, head to place des Droits-de-l'Homme and place St-Niçaise, near the Abbaye St-Remi. These are both within striking distance of the majority of the Reims maisons , most of which charge an entrance fee for their tours but include a dégustation and have English guides. Only three can be visited without an appointment: the houses of Mumm, Taittinger and Piper-Heidsieck.

The best of the regular guided tours is Mumm at 34 rue du Champ-de-Mars (March-Oct daily 9-11am & 2-5pm; Nov-Feb Mon-Fri same hours, Sat & Sun afternoons only; tour takes 45min; €3.81). Established in 1827, Mumm is familiar for its red-slashed Cordon Rouge label - its un-French-sounding name is the legacy of its founders, affluent German wine-makers from the Rhine Valley. The tour is fairly informal - you can wander freely about its cellar museum and throw questions at the approachable guides - though you pick up the basics from a pre-tour video. There's not a lot of walking despite 25km of cellars and a reported 35 million bottles of wine; some of the vintage bottles date from 1911. It all ends with a generous glass of either Cordon Rouge, the populist choice; the sweeter Cordon Vert; or their Extra Dry. At Taittinger , 9 place St-Niçaise (Mon-Fri 9.30am-noon & 2-4.30pm, Sat & Sun 9-11am & 2-5pm; Dec-Feb Mon-Fri only; tour takes 1hr; €5.34), there are still more ancient caves , with doodles and carvings added by more recent workers, and statues of St Vincent and St Jean, patron saints respectively of vignerons and cellar hands.

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