Hotel Gambetta

13, rue Gambetta, Reims, 51100, France

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    This place I booked via Le BUREAU DU TOURISME in Reims, immediately at arrival, which is always easy to do because I always visit that Bureau first!

    The newest info and a hotel......

    There was also an underground garage where I could park my car!

    I can recommend this ** hotel to you for a one night stay.....the rooms was nice and clean, nice bathroom, verything perfectly OK but it was quite noisy, i.e. the sounds and noises from bathrooms and other rooms were too loud.......

    and the breakfast?? a bit meagre, really french: just a piece of baguette and 1 croissant.....3 little tubs of confiture and that was it.......lots of tea, which made it OK for me......but I love a good start of the day with an egg and cerials etc..

    But for my nights in Reims it was OK..........and not expensive....

    There are 14 rooms........completely modernized!

    Its location, in the very city centre, also made me choose this place........could go on foot......

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Travel Tips for Reims

Reims Tip

by nicoleken

Any visitor expects the alchemical encounter with a royal wine, the most bubbling of all odes to life.The great champagne houses keep open-cellar and may arrange sumptuous gala dinners. One remembers a friend or a loved-one and, imperceptibly, vows to come back.
To marvel again and rejoin, by raising one’s glass, the circle of the happy people.


by eden_teuling about FOSSIER....

This MAISON was founded in.....1756, imagine that!

They are specialised in regional products such as : BISCUITS ROSES, CROQUIGNOLES, BOUCHON au MARC......and much more.

I mention these mysterious names here just to make you curious and wanting to go there!!

They are also prepared to compose special gifts to order.

Visitors / clients can visit the manufactory i.e. when you are in a group and have made reservations beforehand.

In the SHOP (address down below) you can taste their products for free........always fun!

I am sure that this picture and my words here will make it impossible for you NOT to go there and purchase some nice gifts.......

Notre Dame Cathedral

by dinhyen

Taking pictures inside cathedrals require a tripod. I had some consternation at first about being able to use a tripod inside the cathedral, but learned from Fred (MEdelmann) that using a tripod is fine! In fact, in my experience shooting churches in 4 countries, unless specifically forbidden, you can use a tripod to your heart's content. Of course, one should take care not to get in the way of other visitors, and not to take pictures of the altar during service. PS: You can't use a tripod in Sainte-Chapelle, though there's no sign saying so.

Musée Saint-Rémi - Maison des Musiciens

by MM212

Built in the 13th century at rue de Tambour, adjacent to Hôtel des Comtes de Champagne, Maison des Musiciens was a beautiful Gothic mansion. It was celebrated for the five façade sculptures of musicians, each placed in a separate Gothic niche. Unfortunately, the mansion was completely destroyed in WWI bombings, but the statues miraculously survived. They were salvaged and moved to a museum (Musée Saint-Rémi, see separate tip) where the façade was reconstructed, as seen in the attached photo. The second photo shows how the palace looked before it was destroyed.

Maison de Pommery

by aliante1981

This was another really great excursion. I went under the Gothic-style buildings and gardens of the Pommery champagne house, following magnificent 116-step stairway (sounds simple, but how about actually climbing it some time later after trying out some champagne and carrying a bottle more?) leads to a maze of galleries dug into the chalk that are more than 18km long and about 30m below ground. Again, 18 kilometers of champagne. The great thing about these tunnels is that they’re really pleasant to visit on a hot summer day. Various stages of champagne making are shown, and it is available for sale in the gift shop. 7.5 Euros for adults and free for children under 11. However, if you buy champagne (and our party got a bottle from each of the houses we visited) you’ll find that its cost + the cost of ticket is still less than you’d pay for identical bottle in shops.


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